Today we’ll be travelling from mountain top to sea side celebrating Thursday Doors and stories of 2021. I found it difficult to choose a handful of doors, but here are the ones that stuck to my heart…Continue reading “Travelling from Mountain top to Sea side, Doors and Stories of 2021”
This tall house, a near lookalike of the one depicted on the 10 Lei Romanian Banknote, comes with a legend about a fire, and about how three villages came to be.Continue reading “A Tall House, a Banknote, and a Legend on Fire for Thursday Doors”
South Africans were gifted with surprising snow near Karoo recently, so I invite you to a Christmas in July with fresh images of snow, a Christmas tree from Bucharest and some magical doors for Thursday Doors.Continue reading “Surprising Snow North of Karoo, a Christmas in July”
Window shutters painted in dreamy blues adorn an authentic house from 1885 Tulcea, that dips its shores in both the Danube and the Black Sea. You can visit it now, on my blog, or at the Village Museum in Bucharest, Romania.
We have a Romanian saying, Omul sfinţeşte locul, in English it carries the same meaning as “a good farmer makes a good farm.”Continue reading “Dreamy Blues, Authentic 1885 Tulcea House by the Black Sea”
Be it classical or innovative, the futuristic glass architecture shakes hands with classical, elegant brick structures more often than some would want in Bucharest, Romania.Continue reading “Classical or Innovative, Glass and Brick in Bucharest”