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  • Lisbon part 1

    Day 1 Two summers ago, we spent a week in Lisbon which was enough time for us to enjoy this beautiful city at our own pace. We rented nice duplex apartment with 3 bedrooms in the heart of bairro de Alfama. Two of the bedrooms were downstairs, with a slanted ceiling...

    0 by Ross, in Erasmus blog Lisbon 6 hours ago
  • Farsi Class

    Farsi, originating from the old empires of the Middle East, is the language of poets and dreamers. It is the main language of Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan (where it has a different name: Dari), and its roots lay in Old Persian, a language that was spoken in the...

    0 by Masha, in Erasmus blog Vancouver 22 hours ago
  • Zermatt

    They say theres always light at the end of the tunnel; This is how I would describe my journey. My getaway to Zermatt started with a few complications, but at the end of the day it was one of the most unforgettable experiences I have ever had. The train journey from...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Switzerland 1 day ago
  • Waitomo Glow worm Caves

    It was heavily raining and really demotivating weather, when we arrived in Waitomo. First thing to do, was to find an accommodation. And we found something surprisingly genius! It was a cheap house with four rooms, with heating blankets -that was like 1000 plus points-...

    0 by Nadine, in Erasmus blog New Zealand 1 day ago
  • A lot of water at Lake Taupo

    We continued our trip to Lake Taupo. On the way, we stopped on the thermal baths of Takaanu. The water was naturally hot, but the surrounding was artificially made, which destroyed the atmosphere a little. Anyway, it was amazing to see the vapour of the hot water...

    0 by Nadine, in Erasmus blog New Zealand 1 day ago
  • Pirosmani paintings in TBC Gallery

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine. In this article I want to tell you about this great Georgian painter Pirosmani. He’s also mentioned by the name Nikala or Niko Firosmanashvili and it’s his surname that is shortened for...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus blog Tbilisi 1 day ago
  • Living Costs - Shopping in Markets

    To continue with the subject of "living costs", I would like to speak about the option of doing your shopping further from the city centre, but which is no less interesting. This one time I was coming home at about midday. When I was approaching my road I noticed a...

    0 by Hannah , in Erasmus blog Milano 1 day ago
  • Visiting my hometown: Madrid

    Have you ever been away for so long that once you return to your city you feel you are just a tourist? You can recognize it, but since you've discovered different places, you cannot see it as only your home. There are so many other details, so many people you never...

    0 by Julia, in Erasmus blog Madrid 1 day ago
  • And here we go again

    And it starts again. The nostagia and the broken hearts show their faces again, precisely in these last weeks, when you want everything to be perfect. But this time is different. We are survivals. Survivals from the last semester. Our friends were gone, they resumed...

    0 by Damarys, in Erasmus blog Krakow 1 day ago
  • From Milan to Vilnius by car

    Travel of hope We have start from Milano Bergamo and two day after we were in Vilnius!  One day to visit Wien, thank to our couchsurfer friend that hosted us and show us the city.  We left again by car, straight on to Vilnius  During the travel the car borke down, we...

    0 by Virginia, in Erasmus blog Vilnius 2 days ago
  • Tips for Travellers to Paris - the Letdowns (1)

    If you have never been to Paris and are planning your first trip to that city, you may have high expectations of there. You may guess that it's very beautiful, that its people are romantic, and that you'll have a great time there. However, with such expectations, your...

    0 by L, in Erasmus blog Paris 2 days ago
  • Isfahan diaries (I): Naghshe Jahan square

    Alright the truth is I've been contemplating whether I should start this series or no, well honestly recently I am so busy with all the moving and my classes that I don’t even have the time for short blogs on cafes, let alone a series this important and this major....

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Isfahan 3 days ago
  • How much does technology cost in Poland?

    Without a doubt the fundamental aspect is that I cannot sit here without writing about prices in Poland. And it's just that sooner or later, you may go to buy a technological product no matter how small, and so of course it is better to know this kind of information...

    0 by Grace, in Erasmus blog Poland 3 days ago
  • ERASMUS SCHOLARSHIPS

    Doing an Erasmus placement costs a lot of money, that is why we all hope for scholarships and other possible financial aids. In this entry, I will talk a little about the financial help that I have received in order to give you an idea of how much money you will receive...

    0 by Grace, in Erasmus news 3 days ago
  • A few words about me...

    Hello everybody. I am Efi Tsigani, I am teacher of Greek language I have been working with people from all cultures wanting to learn Greek as a foreign language. I believe in a cosmopolitan way of living which gives us many opportunities to expand our experiences and...

    0 by Efi, in General 5 days ago
  • Weekend in Budapest

    Hi! This weekend (18th - 20th October) I went to spend 3 days in Budapest with some classmates. We travelled by train and a return ticket cost us 59€. The journey lasted about 6 hours which wasn't too bad, at least it wasn't for me because I brought a book with me and...

    0 by Ross, in Erasmus blog Budapest 5 days ago
  • lets know where to go

    Hey guys new updates it has come to my attention that mostly when pple vivist they have no idea which places to go and where the interesting places they would have to go so me and my friend Vic tor Chalubii we working on developing some kind of website by which pple...

    0 by kinsley, in Erasmus blog Mwanza 5 days ago
  • Tehran's good burger places: Rock burger

    Alright so there is this little burger place that I always passed by, almost everyday and I never got the chance to go and try it out. But a couple of days ago, right after my French class, oh yea I'm trying to learn French now, it's difficult by the way, some of you...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Tehran 7 days ago
  • Trips

    I have been super busy this last month because it's my last month in Nice and I wanted to enjoy it as much as I could (and I didn't have much time to dedicate to this blog... ) but here I am to tell you all some new stories :) As you already know, the university's exam...

    0 by Ross, in Erasmus blog Nice 7 days ago
  • An email that changed my life

    An email that changed my life Hi guys, it’s been a while indeed that I haven’t posted anything, but as you may assume this is not live (even though I would like it to be and kind of heading towards it to become). I had my exams time here so that’s why I didn’t...

    0 by Maja, in Erasmus tips 7 days ago

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