23 October 2019

Triene (Belgium)


To many in Western Europe, Bulgaria mostly doesn't sound like a go to location, or at least stirs up mixed feelings. Clichés aside, there’s a feistiness to the cities, an interesting sense of humour, a real readiness to laugh and willingness to pour another Rakia in the face of misfortune. Countries like Bulgaria free your mind and allow you to experience joy in a way that obvious destinations simply don’t. You'll come without preconceptions and meet some of the least dreary people on the planet.
Bulgaria is one of the most beautiful countries I've been to. The rivers, lakes, caves, mountains, waterfalls...are once in a lifetime. The nature is gorgeous and unspoiled.
The villages kind of take you back in time with a very authentic atmosphere and look.
Bulgaria is a country rich in traditions, rich in history and rich in culture. You can never get bored, because whatever time you spend here, it will not nearly be enough to explore it all.
Very important for me is food and I wasn't not sure exactly what I should've been expecting, but in my mind a hell of a lot of barbecued meat and some good Bulgarian wine is all I need.
Next to all of that I love working at Euroccor because I’m encouraged to try new things out and be innovative… and if it doesn’t work out I’m supported to learn lessons, dust myself off and try again. I feel I am appreciated and allowed to take initiative to get things accomplished. Every day is different challenging and exciting. No two days are the same, bus most of all, I enjoy the people and the diversity of it all.