It’s good to be home

This year I make 10 years since I am not living with my parents and 5 years since I live in the UK.

In 2007 I left my home town and relocated to Oradea, about 130km from home to attend University. I have studied and worked there for more than 4 years after which I moved back home for a short period of time and than relocated to UK.

I  visit my family every year for about 10 days. It’s not much, but having only 23 days holiday a year, I try to go a little bit home and in the rest to travel.

This year I decided to go home twice, for my brothers wedding and for Christmas. I haven’t been home for Christmas for the past 3 years and I promised my parents that this year I will spend the holidays with them.

Yes, so this is my home town, a small village known as Aghires (in romanian) or Egrespatak (hungarian). It is based in Transylvania, in the North Vest of Romania.

Aghires - Home

It’s a small green gem at the base of the Meses Mountains, my beautiful home town.

I lived most of my childhood in this place and I never really appreciated it as much as I should have. I have traveled and lived in quite a few places, but there is no other place like home. It is good to be home again!

I hope during these few day’s I will be able to show you a little bit about our wedding traditions and show you around.

Here is my vlog about my first day home after one and a half years.

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2 thoughts on “It’s good to be home

  1. Pingback: It’s good to be home – Adi Seres – Travel Inspire Connect

  2. Thanks for sharing, Adi. Just discovered your blog. Love your photography! We share a few common interests. I am fascinated, lately, with the Balkan countries! Technically, I am not sure if Romania is considered part of the Balkans, but… any chance you are entertaining guests in your little remote village in Romania? Would love to come visit that part of the world some time… just experience, learn, connect with a culture completely foreign to me. 🙂

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