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  • The Secret Santa game

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about this thing, which was kind of created last year and because of its popularity it goes on this year, too, so that if you are in Georgia and if you are...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Georgia 8 hours ago
  • National Delicacy ND Georgia

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! This article is about eating prepared meals and enjoying them. Well, to be honest, nowadays there are many places, where you can have a healthy snack bought or even eaten in that place...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Georgia 9 hours ago
  • Sri Lankan fish cutlets

    Sri Lankan fish cutlets Ingredients  One canned fish, 250g after removing the bones.  Three large Potatoes (250g) Two finely chopped large onions Four finely chopped garlic cloves and one tablespoon of chopped ginger Two tablespoons of salt Two large chilies and...

    0 by Crazy, in Erasmus recipes 9 hours ago
  • Preparing eggplants

    The introduction This is another one of my articles about some recipes made by me and now I want to tell you about this eggplant recipe, which is pretty healthy and nourishing and easy to prepare and it’s very delicious, at the same time. So, the other day I just had...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus recipes 18 hours ago
  • The Bride of France

    The bride of France From Barcelona we took our bus to Paris. It was a long journey of about 14 hours but as I said in my earlier blog I was quite used to such long journeys by then. We reached France quite early in the morning. Instead of buying a daily pass, we rather...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Paris 2 days ago
  • How to meet new people after moving to a new city?

    In the past seven years, I have only spent about one month and a half in my home country, meaning I travel and move around constantly. And while I love to be on the move, meeting new people can be incredibly hard, and what is even harder is keeping in touch with all of...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus tips 2 days ago
  • Carrefour Georgia

    I’m sure, that every one of you knows about Carrefour supermarket, which is a French brand or whatever and, perhaps many of you have been there for shopping. I must say, that I didn’t really like it at first and when they were announcing about opening Carrefour...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Tbilisi 2 days ago
  • Sri Lankan Devil Pork

    Sri Lankan Devil Pork Ingredients for 4 to 6 potions. One kilo of Pork (according to your preference you can have them without or with bones and fat) Two large anions and chopped into big pieces. Two large tomatoes and cut into big pieces. One large peperoni/ paprika...

    0 by Crazy, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • Desert in Georgia

    In this article I want to tell you about this place in Georgia, where it’s like a desert and, in fact, it’s called a desert, however, if you imagine the desert just as it is in sahara or whatever you have seen on TV, it’s not quite like that, because there’s not...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Georgia 2 days ago
  • Using peanut skin

    The introduction Hello everyone, in this article I want to tell you about my decision about peanuts and their skin, in particular. Well, I had these peanuts bought the other day, which were pretty much great and I had roasted them in my convection oven and I have...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • School start

    The introduction In this article I want to tell you about the school system in Georgia and the new changes in the laws, which made the people not very happy, and they kind of protested it, however, they couldn’t do anything, but to abide the law. Well, usually when...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Georgia 2 days ago
  • In danger we see beauty

    It was dark. It was quite. I could hear the sound of the wind. I couldn't see anyone on the road. I couldn't see anyone inside any building. It was the first time I was in a quiet place like this in the U.K that reminded me about the mystery nights in my countryside...

    0 by Jen, in General 2 days ago
  • Doing an act of kindness today everyday

    Have you ever thought about how to understand more about who are you serving? And how to gain more of their attention?Karen the chairman of a top media company today shared with us the first and foremost idea to their success is to act with kindness and empathy to...

    0 by Jen, in General 2 days ago
  • Build the ship of leadership

    Yesterday thanks to all friends again for joining the game in my worship of building the 'ship' of leadership. The take-away is we don't need to know each other, we don't need to be the same but when we have a same mission - of building the 'ship' (to go to a better...

    0 by Jen, in General 2 days ago
  • Polenta

    Polenta is another one of my country’s famous dishes, also popular in several other European countries. Polenta is made with yellow corn meal, and there are two different versions of it. One of them is with meat (goulash), and one of them is with milk and sugar. Both...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago
  • Ajdovi zganci

    Ajdovi zganci are one of the typical dishes from my home country that I have a love - hate relationship with. I used to hate it when I was a little kid, then I started to like it and I still like to eat it once in a while. But sometimes, I just plain hate it. Ajdovi...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago
  • Sarkelj

    My country has quite a few dishes that are considered typical, and quite a few of them are desserts. Some of them can be made quickly, and some of them take more than a day to prepare. One of the typical desserts from my country that can be prepared in about an hour...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago
  • Akihabara district

    On the second day, we visited Akihabara. This is THE geek neighborhood par excellence! When you leave the metro, you are directly immersed in a world full of lights, Sega buildings, posters and videos of all kinds on the building facades. First impressions are...

    0 by Helen, in Erasmus blog Tokyo 4 days ago
  • Three pizza recipe

    The introduction Now I want to tell you about my three pizza recipe, I mean, I had this one dough prepared, which then I divided into three parts, because the baking pan was pretty small for that dough and so we had three small pizzas instead of one large and it was...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago
  • Another trip less recognized

    This is another view from the Empire State, as you may see, it is less known. One of the things that impressed me the most, was when I arrived at night to see the whole city full of illuminated and tall buildings, it was like being in the future or in another galaxy....

    0 by Jenifer, in Erasmus blog New York 5 days ago

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