I have quite a reputation of wearing my embroidered blouses and taking pictures.
Well this year marks the 5th year of wearing it on the 24th of June.
What does the 24th of June represent? Well it is an European holiday known as the Summer Solstice and in eastern Europe, people celebrate the Fairies called Sanziene or Dragaice. It is a pagan celebration with European roots, which makes it very important, and since 2013 it is celebrated as the day of the Romanian blouse, internationally by the Romanians in the diaspora.
As I finished one of the blouses that I started this year, I wore this one today.
There was a huge celebration here in Denmark and the weather was friendly so I took a walk around the city.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed my little post.
Hello there! I’ve been so busy with the projects I am working at the time. We went on a walk with Sansa and we had such a great weather that I had to film and share it with you guys!
How was your first of May?
RO: Inainte de a va arata cum am impodobit anul acesta bradul, va voi arata cateva poze facute in perioada cand lucram pe vasele de croaziera.
Am prins 3 ani la rand Craciunul in Sydney (Australia) si Hawaii.
Desi nu au zapada in Decembrie, fiecare coltisor al oraselor este impodobit.
EN: In the three years that we have been working with the cruising company, we had three Christmases around Australia and Hawaii. We took pictures of the beautiful streets and Malls that were decorated for the holiday!
Because we don’t have snow this year for Christmas I wanted to share how other parts of the world, that don’t have it either, look.
Va las sa savurati pozele!
Am avut ocazia sa cunosc anul acesta oameni minunati si sa invat lucruri noi.
De la primul semn cusut pe etamina si pana la a treia camasa Romaneasca am descoperit frumusetea portului popular si al traditionalului.
Nu am mostenit nimic direct, nici o ie, nici o scoarta, nici o casa la tara. De aceea cos pentru mine si visez sa imi fac o lada de zestre pe care sa o las generatiilor ce vor urma.
Am aflat ca nu sunt singura nascuta la oras care iubeste mostenirea neamului si care vrea sa duca mai departe frumosul autenticului.
Suvenir din Dobrogea m-a invitat pe mine si pe Radu la casa din Visina, Jurilovca, sa invat mai mult despre ce este Dobrogean.
Rusticul Dobrogean, in special in Jurilovca, are case albe ca neaua cu ferestre albastre ca cerul. Casele sunt imprejmuite de flori si un aer sarat si placut te linisteste fara nici un efort.
Sentimentul trait cand am intrat in curte a fost coplesitor. Am simtit ca pasesc intr-un basm!
Gardul albastru m-a trimis inapoi la Hobbiton, Noua Zeelanda, mi-a amintit de casutele acelea frumoase si m-a facut sa apreciez si mai mult ceea ce avem.
Interiorul a fost pastrat foarte bine, piesele de mobilier fiind vechi dar foarte bine intretinute. Te face sa te simti comfortabil caci Suvenir din Dobrogea a avut grija sa includa elemente actuale in fiecare camera.
Casa din Jurilovca este expusa la Muzeul Satului din Bucuresti iar fereastra acesteia este cel mai des fotografiata de catre vizitatori. Am apucat sa o vad de doua ori nestiind ca voi vedea o casa identica in Visina.
Este minunat ca exista case traditionale si ca acestea pot fi vizitate in afara celor de la Muzeul Satului. Este important de stiut ca exista astfel de case ce nu au suferit modificari drastice si ca si-au pastrat nota autentica.
Casa din Visina este extraordinara si merita vizitata! Eu am sa ma intorc in curand!
Suvenir din Dobrogea este o persoana minunata ce iubeste autenticul si vrea sa il faca accesibil celor care vor sa il descopere.
Cautand prin calculator, am gasit un fisier cu poze facute intr-o zi insorita in Moorea.
Nisipul este foarte aspru, neplacut la picioare, plin de corali ce te pot taia.
Imi amintesc cu placere de acele minunate ore petrecute sub soarele din Tahiti.
I don’t believe I knew where Tasmania was on the map when Discovery Channel was showing glimpses of the beautiful country!
Imagining how expensive may be to travel along there, I kept that place in my head like Narnia, never to touch it. But life has its course and with my job, I got to visit Hobart at night and at day.
The feeling of safe was everywhere, we walked along the streets at 12 a.m., reached the only fast food open at that hour, McDonalds, had a beer and walked back.
The next day we admired the beautiful neighborhoods and took pictures.
I loved every minute there, the fresh air, the peaceful people, the green, the cold weather, the feeling of reaching what I was afraid to dream of reaching!
I can’t say I dreamed of reaching these beautiful islands! When I was a child my favorite Tv Chanel was Discovery Chanel, It was my gate away from the life I had back home, my problems and myself.
For me, Tahiti, was a place for me to admire but never to dream of it. Even today I couldn’t afford to visit, the chance I had with my job was spectacular!
One of the long days in Rangiroa was al about the landscape and the beautiful view that the mountain was offering. It took me a lot of courage because, as you can see in the picture above, I’m not a very sports person, even if I want to be. But it was a challenge and I took it.
The road took like an hour, considering the humidity was very high it was a pretty fast climbing. I couldn’t breath properly cause of my lack of exercise and I kept my husband waiting for me all the way. We reached the top the last ones from the group. It was worth it, the view, the colors, the fresh air all around, the green that reminded me of home and the success of reaching the top took the best of me. I had chocolates on me off course to gain back some energy, I slept like a baby that night!