01.03





If you're wondering what are these red-white things on the pictures above, you probably haven't heard of martenitza. It's a hand-made bracelet, necklace, ring or anything that can be worn as accessories, made of red and white wool. These things are often combined with beads. 1st of March is called Baba Marta in my country and people give each other martenitzi for health and happiness.

Честита Баба Марта! Да сте живи, здрави, весели и засмени!


After the martenitzi shopping I made yesterday, I went to see my friend Mimi, who works at Oki Sushi. I haven't had sushi for a long time so I ordered avocado maki and nigiri salmon set and was really happy with my choice. I definitely recommend this place!

След шопинга на мартеници вчера отидох да видя Мими, която работи в Оки суши на Витошка. От доста време не бях яла суши, затова си поръчах авокадо маки и нигири сьомга сет (между другото от 14:00ч. до 16:00ч. всеки ден има happy hour) и останах изключително доволна. Горещо препоръчвам мястото! 


01.03 01.03 Reviewed by Stanislava E. on 3/02/2014 Rating: 5

6 comments:

  1. That's such a cute tradition! The sushi looks very good - so nice that you got to spend a lovely day out. I'm pretty tired this weekend and I will stay at home. xo

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  2. We also have the same tradition in Greece! It is called "Martis" which means March! I already made for me and my girls!
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  3. oh, what a great tradition you have to give those handmade lovely stuff combined with pleasant wishes) I love this idea! Those snapshots are also so cute and bright) Thank You for sharing such a nice, positive post!
    Wish you a blessed day ahead!

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  4. Bright sunny pics. The red-white bracelet is super pretty

    Xx

    Alexandra

    www.fashion-bridge.blogspot.com

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  5. Hi thanks for visiting :) you can read my blog in English...there are a ENG button at the top of my blog :)

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  6. great pictures dear!
    very nice blog by the way :)

    kisses from Russia,
    Juliet
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