Well, the final post come and I can’t believe!!! This is my almost fifth month into blogging and I’ve learned a lot about how things go on the Internet. It was like it was yesterday when we came at the first lecture in the Multimedia class. When I heard about ‘’the blog’’ which we should create I was really scared. We started with creating a page in wordpress, twitter and facebook. Then the use of soundcloud was really helpful, movie maker, youtube editor and audacity.
I prepared so many interviews, videos and pictures. When we started to make five-shot videos, it was the most interesting part for me.
Now, when I returned to the past I understand how many thing I learn. When I first started my blog with the little knowledge I had, I just wrote and published articles. After that come interviews, slideshows, slideshows plus interview and at the end five-shot videos.
They share their personal thoughts during the trips and I am really thankful to them.
Lyubka Kotova shared her thoughts about our vacation in Netherlands:
”Hague was a wonderful surprise. I was not expecting so much beauty and wilderness and felt really speechless especially when we went to the beach to saw the wonderful view of the North Sea. I also loved the people: so welcoming and joyful.”
Then, wrote about my visit to the North Bulgaria this summer. For this post I talked with Yana Aladjova. I decided to interview her because she spent her childhood there.
‘’It has a rich history and beautiful nature,’’ she said.
Ekaterina Mihaylova confessed me about her experience in Batak dam resort:
Severina Mangusheva spoke about her hometown Blagoevgrad. When I asked her to said somethimg about Blagoevgrad , Severina said:
’It is a very nice town since it is a small but still it has too many young people here, many cafés, restaurants and clubs.’’
In addition, Mirela Dineva, a sophomore student at American University in Bulgaria also expressed her thoughts and feelings about Blagoevgrad:
My last post was about a beautiful church in one small town. The church St. John the Baptist built in 1831 is one of the most attractive churches which I have visited. There I met Ivan Kanchev who was very talkative and explained a lot of things about his hometown and the church itself.
”A lot of people all over the country come to see our church and I am very proud of this,” said Ivan Kanchev
Thanks everyone for following me.:) It was a really nice journey. And at the end I want to share with you a quote:
“Adventure is a path. Real adventure – self-determined, self-motivated, often risky – forces you to have firsthand encounters with the world. The world the way it is, not the way you imagine it. Your body will collide with the earth and you will bear witness. In this way you will be compelled to grapple with the limitless kindness and bottomless cruelty of humankind – and perhaps realize that you yourself are capable of both. This will change you. Nothing will ever again be black-and-white.” – Mark Jenkins