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It's the second Tuesday of March which means that it's time for the second part of my Travel Misadventure series. This week we are bound for more epic travel fails as shared by travel bloggers all over the world. Be sure to check out this site for more epic travel fails stories every Tuesday of March. Don't worry if you missed the first part of this series, I have prepared the link right here. I hope this post has brought good vibes in your day and I hope to see you all in the next part of this travel misadventure series!
Hello there! March is here and I am happy to announce that my domain, msmeetingadventures.com is celebrating its 1st year in the cyberspace. Yey! In line with this celebration, I decided to start a month-long series of epic and funny travel misadventures to give tribute to my first blog post and the birth of Ms. Meeting Adventures. Without further adieu, here's the first part of this "Travel Misadventure series" featuring travel bloggers all over the world and their epic travel fails.
I only had a few hours in Sofia and the best thing that I did was to feel the city vibes by taking an impromptu walking tour. So if you're running out of things to do in Sofia, why don't you go for an impromptu walking tour? Definitely one of the cheapest yet the most valuable things to do as a first timer in the city, I am going to share with you how we did our FREE impromptu walking tour in Sofia.
There's so much history revolving around the building where the National Archaeological museum currently stands. Long story short, the museum replaces the oldest and the largest Grand Ottoman Mosque in Sofia. Now, it holds over 450,000 treasures excavated from the Balkan Peninsula and from all around the world.
Bulgaria is not only a country rich with archaeological finds but its local cuisines also speak much about its culture and history. Experiencing these Bulgarian foods is one of the highlights of my trip. To give you an idea, here are the top 5 foods to eat in Bulgaria.
Banapple is just one of those shops which started with a humble beginning. Serving only friends, family and referred food establishments, Banapple came into the spotlight by baking pies and cheesecakes simply in their own kitchen in Quezon city. Later on, they became popular among different food establishments and expanded their reach within Manila. Now, as they are in their 10 years of Banapple love, they are all ecstatic to serve their Cebuano followers with wonderful treats straight from their hearts.
A low-cost weekend is one of the greatest things on Earth. Fortunately, you won't have a hard time fitting a small budget for a great weekend when you're on the Land of Roses. How? Read this guide to know how, where and why you should be partying in Bulgaria.
I finally came to a realization that I have to pack light when traveling. My recent trip to Bulgaria made me carry a 21kg luggage filled with winter clothes to layer and some pieces of clothes for partying and fancy occasions. This also includes 2 pairs of footwear-- heels for fancy dates, parties and social gatherings and black winter boots for the thick snow. Well, of course, I had to do everything that I can to keep warm, right? But guess what? Half of the clothes that I brought with me were untouched! I dragged a freaking 21kg luggage to the other side of the world only to find out that I was packing unimportant things in there! WOW! shookt!
Alas! I can finally tick-off skiing from my bucket list. Not that my skiing skills are something to be proud of but this winter activity has been on my list for a long time already. This tropical girl, born under the sun, finally got her hands on these skiing gears and that, my friend, is something that I can rejoice-- for now. For the skills? Well, I guess I can improve that later on.
Traveling from the Philippines all the way to Bulgaria sounds like a crazy decision to some but for me, it's an adventure that will last a lifetime. Two weeks was not enough to entirely discover Bulgaria but it's enough to make me fall in love with its people and culture. I can't believe Filipinos are skipping this in their travel plans.