Alessia Naskova - participant in the passed YE "Make social inclussion happen" which took place in Costinesti, Romania and Borislav Milanov who participated in YE “Design your future” in Galapagar, Spain share a mutual passion for traveling. They are sharing with us all of the amazing places they visited, the stories of their travels and how Erasmus+ helps them do what they love the most.
"I don’t really have a hobby, but I really love to travel. I haven’t travelled that much, but still I can say that this is one of my favorite things to do in my free time. Traveling broadens our horizon. It enrichens our general knowledge. We meet a lot of new people and see different places. This is what I appreciate the most about traveling.
I live in a small town in Bulgaria. Its name is Vidin and there isn’t so much to see here. It might be a good tourist destination, but it is very different when you live here. You go to the same places and meet the same people daily. When it is around after 6 p.m. Vidin becomes a ghost town. All the people go home, and you can’t see almost anyone walking down the streets. So now I think that all the young people will understand me. We are young, we seek new friends, new adventures, new places to visit. And that’s why I am very exited for when I get older, because I will have the chance to travel more.
I’m 17 years old and until now I have travelled only to 2 countries - Spain and Romania. When I was in Spain, I spent a month and a half in Palma de Mallorca, an island right next to Spain. I went there in the summer so me and my family spent most of the time chilling on the beach. It was amazing.
When I travelled to Romania, I spent the best 10 days in my life. I went in Costinesti, a resort in Romania. I didn’t go there on a holiday, but on an Erasmus+ Project. The project’s name was “Make Social Inclusion Happen”. I had a wonderful time, I met adorable people, I will never forget them, and I really hope to see th