Thursday, 31 July 2014

My First YouTube Video!


So guess what? Today I uploaded my first ever YouTube video! And let me tell you, it was a pain in the a*caugh*.
Any of you out there who are planning on making YouTube videos you are in for some serious stressful times!
Or maybe this just happened to me and I'm sure that after a while it will be a breeze,  but today I got an actual headache trying to upload a freakin' video and i still wasn't able to make everything right. The thumbnail didn't upload, there were errors popping up, links wouldn't work... Now I finally understand the hard work youtubers put into making their videos and I'm definitely starting to appreciate them more for all their efforts for providing us with great content.

Anyways, I just thought I'd share my opinion (and frustration) with you guys. I'll see you next time!

P.S. If after all of these being said, you want by any chance to see my video, here it is: First YouTube Video

My trip to Brașov, Romania! (Part 2)

I'm baaack!

So because I had so many amazing photos I wanted to share with you, I couldn't fit all of them in just one blog post.
I had such a great time there, it's such a beautiful city. I'm definitely even more in love with it then I was before.

This is the central park.
It's not even close as big as the one in New York, but it sure is beautiful.

Found another incredible house.
The architecture of it is so beautiful and detailed.

This is what a classroom looked like in the first Romanian school.

And to end this on a funny note (that has nothing to do with this blog post)...
"Shit happens"!

That's it, everyone! I honestly hope you enjoyed getting to know a tiny part of my country :)
Have a nice day!

Sunday, 27 July 2014

My trip to Brașov, Romania! (Part 1)

Hello, sunshines!

Last week I was lucky enough to go to a wonderful city of Romania. My mom and I decided that we haven't seen my aunt in such a long time and it was about time we paid her a visit. And there we were, a few days later, hopping on a train to Brașov.
I was so excited about this little trip because I love that city so much (I'd live there if I could) and from the following photos I'm pretty sure you'll be able to tell why.
          After a SIX HOURS ride it is understandable (that my bum was soo numb) that when we got there all we wanted to do is relax and do some catching up with eachother.
Though the first few days were rainy, we didn't let the weather change our mood or our plans. 

This is a very famous street.
In english it means the rope street, because it is reaaally narrow.

Such a pretty little house!

We foud this amazing restaurant!
I've only seen this kind of places in movies and pictures.