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Since we’ve already written about so many places we’ve seen, we thought it would be a good idea to put them all on a Google Map.
Roșia Montană is, starting 2021, as it well deserves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some more than excellent piece of news that we considered was very much worth celebrating so we took a whole week of vacation (actually 10 days) this summer to spend it in and around the village (not to mention, of course, that we have been regular visitors for years now, regardless of the season).Continue reading
Beginning of spring we took some days off to visit some friends in North of Germany and took the opportunity to also have a road trip in The Netherlands, as the weather was sunny and warm and staying outside seemed like the best thing to do. Needless to say how well adapted is The Netherlands […]
Analog Africa’s 32nd compilation, “Cameroon Garage Funk”, is highlighting Yaounde’s 1970’s vivacious and enthusiastic underground music scene.Continue reading
For this year’s 1st of June (International Children’s Day) we were looking for a new opportunity to spend some quality family time outdoors with our daughter and a camping trip seemed about right. We combined it with exploring some caves in the Apuseni Mountains and with having some friends with us and it turned out to be quite a nice experience.Continue reading
Our small Saxon Trek project got to its third year of existence in 2021. With some changes this time, it was way shorter (a weekend instead of a week) and we managed to convince friends to join us. Beginning of October, with pleasant temperatures, with trees playing with their autumn colors and with the usual Saxon villages and their stories, we walked for about 40 kilometers in two days, avoiding concrete roads but instead following small roads and forest paths.Continue reading
Summer is definitely for high altitudes. And the Făgăraș Mountains are so close by, that for us, a few days off from work, a good weather forecast and a couple of friends easily turn into a nice hike up on the ridge.Continue reading
Nahawa Doumbia’s new album Kanawa concisely captures this current moment in Malian history. The singer, whose storied career spans more than four decades, reflects on the immigration crisis from the Malian perspective in the title of her new album Kanawa.Continue reading
The last two years have been a bit hectic around the world, with lots of panic, anxieties and uncertain realities. In order to keep myself physically and mentally sane and to concentrate on things I really have a control on, I switched my attention in a direction that has been giving me lots of satisfaction and the chance to spend quality time with my family and has been keeping my brain busy with learning new things.Continue reading
Saxon Trek is about discovering the Saxon villages step by step, walking from village to village in search of their personality, discovering their history, culture, traditions and gastronomy. In 2019 we started this journey with a one week of walking in a loop, from one village to another, a 150 kilometers walk, with forests, hills, small villages and quiet all around us. Last year we decided to change a bit the format and instead of a loop, we decided to walk from Sibiu to Sighișoara.Continue reading
Modern sounds for the 21st century featuring modal, progressive and esoteric contemporary jazz. The 13th volume of the Spiritual Jazz series turns our attention to what’s happening NOW.Continue reading