I’m Marián Pavel (43), and I have worked for 23 years for the most
influential media in local and multinational publishing houses.
I started as a journalist, and gradually reached board of directors in
the position of managing director of digital media. I understand print
and digital publishing, online marketing, building a number of
significant digital projects from scratch. I am among the pioneers of
applications for mobile phones and tablets in Slovakia.
Currently, I’m fully involved in the Route 66 Navigation project,
managing its development, marketing and communication activities.
I’m a passionate biker, reader and traveler. I’m also a lover of good
Taking up where his beloved A Year in Provence leaves off, Peter Mayle offers us another funny, beautifully (and deliciously) evocative book about life in Provence. With tales only one who lives there could know—of finding gold coins while digging in the garden, of indulging in sumptuous feasts at truck stops—and with characters introduced with great affection and wit—the gendarme fallen from grace, the summer visitors ever trying the patience of even the most genial Provençaux, the straightforward dog "Boy"—Toujours Provence is a heart-warming portrait of a place where, if you can't quite "get away from it all," you can surely have a very good time trying.
Vietnamese enjoy meat dishes as well. In these pages you’ll find many great recipes for chicken, beef, pork, seafood, frog and even silk worm pupae! Vietnam has no shortage of desserts however, and if you have a sweet tooth, you will enjoy one of my favourites: black glutinous rice and yogurt sweet soup.