Luka Gomareli is a Georgian volunteer who joined Non-gormental organization “Way of Thracians” in Kavarna, Bulgaria and carries out his short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what he says about his upcoming experience:
“I enrolled at university last year, but due to pandemics it was unimaginable to enjoy real student life, so I thought it was right moment to change something in order to cope with this dissapoitmenet and stress. I was fed up with harping on the covid related issues everyday, so decided to search for the adventures and dive into the new experiences.
And thanks to Erasmus + and European Solidarity Corps I joined ESC project in Bulgaria. I am focused on growing in the field of politics and history and presume this project will help me to reach my goals. Taking part in archeological excavations is marvelous, especially when you imagine that this certain part of Bulgaria was one of the most important political and trading parts of Byzantine Empire and Thracia. I also work for a local national museum and learning loads of about ancienct history and culture.
I strongly hold that it will be amazing opportunity to get to know with other cultures and build cultural bridges between different countries. I percieve this project as an important advencement in my life, it will be a life-changing experience!” – Luka Gomareli.