2014

Basel – A Photographic Impression

Basel is a city of many virtues and sights. It is a rich one not only history wise, but also in modern happenings. There is always something happening in the city.

For us, it was interesting to browse through the streets, churches and museums and learn about the Protestant Reformation and how the city came to be the way it is now. There were also many surprises along the way from day one. We saw a cafeteria for the first time being established in a… church. In that very protestant church, we saw an exhibition of the different types of veils Muslim women use to cover their heads. Here goes the prejudice of firm limits to the Christian faith. It seems that there is a way to cross those borders people impose on themselves. Well, the Church just as much.
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Beautiful Venice

Ah, Venice – the jewel of the Mediterranean! I am not sure there was anyone who counted the number of photos taken and published online after a trip to one of Italy’s most renowned cities. Or the number of romantic poems recited and proposal made on beautiful bridges, for that matter.

It doesn’t matter how many times I visit Venice. It always feels as if it is the first time. And believe me, this time it took us an unusually long time to get there – almost eight hours by bus. The highways were simply packed with traffic and it was impossible to count the number of traffic jams we’ve got ourselves stuck into.

Nevertheless, it was more than worthy. I’ve got so taste again that think piece of pizza pie from a joint right next to the Rialto Bridge. I’ve walked to hours in small alleys and next to tiny channels. I took the vaporetto around and within Venice. It was simply magical. Again.
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Geneva And Around

Switzerland is definitely among Europe’s most desired tourist destinations. And Lake Geneva (Lac Léman in French) is one of the jewels in the Swiss crown. If it wasn’t for the high prices of pretty much everything, I am sure that Lake Geneva will be even more popular among travel enthusiasts. It certainly has a lot to offer.

Geneva is a beautiful city that feels a lot like France. Naturally, people speak more French there than any other language. The cuisine is exquisite and the services are as punctual as one can expect in Switzerland. And the lake…Oh, the lake! It is magnificent. It actually feels like as if you are at the seaside.
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2014 On Borislav’s POV In A Nutshell

The year is about to run away and pass the baton to 2015. Naturally, around this time every year people start reflecting on the days passed and what they have achieved. Some do that openly on their blogs or social network profiles. I decided to make no exception and write a little about what you have found most interesting in my blogging about digital marketing and the Internet.

Although I started off 2014 with the plan to blog more about my beloved industry, soon I found myself lacking the time to do so on regular basis. When I look now at Google Analytics and the numbers it provides, clearly there seems to be no particular time pattern in creating content on borislavkiprin.com. A few posts have received quite an attention provided by search engine references and the proactive thirst for knowledge. The others, as blogging goes, are almost immediately forgotten and no more interest shown to them after the day they were published.
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Какво четохте най-много през 2014 на borislavkiprin.com

Някак мимолетно почти измина втората година на блогването ми тук на български. 2014-а беше всичко друго, но не и това, което очаквах от писането ми на роден език. Много неща, които планирах не се случиха. Исках да пиша повече за това, което ми харесва в България и нейното общество. Така и не остана време и настроение да го направя. Изгубих се в дебрите на отделянето на внимание на политиката и една от най-грозните черти, която българското общество показва в последните години – разделението на расов и сексуален принцип.
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