1. A cat was visiting our hotel rooms every now and then
  1. We had a ‘How many sunflower seeds you can eat’ contest during the Bulgarian Intercultural evening

3. We still don’t know how Mohamed brought his darbuka on the plane from Tunisia

4. Apparently Simona loves pink flip-flops


  1. Participants wanted to be adopted by Ibtissem’s mother after eating the Algerian sweets
  1. Making a circle was the hardest task of the project

7. Dancing with the eyes closed is now easier

8. Vasilena decided to become a chemist after the French workshop of making perfumes

  1. Some participants decided it was time for a meditation in the middle of the workshop

10. Lesson learned: you always need to be fancy when you cook Italian food

  1. This is what you got if you were a vegetarian
  1. Japan was also included in PTC – origami for one of the activities
  1. Sunrise Project’s new headquarters. Visit us there
  1. This is how we were saying ‘Hi’
  1. It seems that jeans business is profitable no matter the country
  1. We had to guess the food before eating it in the intercultural evenings
  1. Photo credits to our amazing photographer. Any volunteer for the future projects?
  1. Somebody cooked couscous for us

19. Someone said pyromaniac? Disclaimer: all safety rules were respect 😊

20. Sam was soooo proud of his perfume

The project Passport to Culture is coordinated by Sunrise Project France in collaboration with Youth Dream Algeria, Armenian Progressive Youth, The Change is in You Bulgaria, AISI Youth Alliance Georgia, Cilento Youth Union Italy, People of Delta Romania and We Youth Tunisia. The project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.