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  • Adiamo : Road trip to Ombrie!

    Saturday October 14, 2017, 9:00am. Grogy this morning, a consequence of the eventful night before. But that's par for Erasmus, the Erasmus Storm? I knew it was coming, but couldn't predict it's ferocity, from the classroom, to bars, and night clubs, and the rush of...

    0 by James, in Erasmus blog Rome 3 hours ago
  • The Lambayeque region, part 1

    Hello everybody! I hope that you are all well. In this post I am going to continue telling you a little about one of my trips to the north of Peru to the Lambayeque region where the capital city is Chiclayo, known as the friendship capital and where you can explore some...

    0 by Chloe, in Erasmus blog Peru 4 hours ago
  • Speaking 5 languages. How do they do it?

    Can you speak five languages? source When I got to Milan, my goal was clear. LEARN LANGUAGES. I arrived speaking the basics of the two languages I wanted to learn (English and Italian). This didn't prevent me from making my objective clear. You've got to give...

    0 by Lauren, in Erasmus tips 5 hours ago
  • Learning a language in 6 months.

    Is it possible to learn a language in 6 months? The quick, simple answer is yes, but there's a lot more to it. People often think going abroad will solve their language problems in a matter of seconds. They think, without needing to struggle or attend classes, they'll...

    0 by Lauren, in Erasmus tips 6 hours ago
  • Accommodation in J. Opletal Halls of Residence (Koleje Hladnov)

    University of Ostrava has few faculties in different parts of city. Most of them are located in centre. I studied in Faculty of Sciences (in Silesian Ostrava) and lived in J. Opletal Halls of Residence (Koleje Hladnov). This place is really good in all aspects. I spent...

    0 by Andriuxa, in Erasmus blog OSU 6 hours ago
  • Spending 3 days in Rome

    I visited Rome in early spring for a couple of days, as part of my birthday present. Honestly, I wanted to visit Rome since I was a little kid and my interest in this city grew more when we were studying ancient history at school. Thus, I created a map and a detailed...

    0 by Alexandrina, in Erasmus blog Rome 8 hours ago
  • Recipe for Lithuanian ''kibinai''

    Lithuanian Meat Pies ‘’KIBINAI’’  Ingredients 500 g flour 250 g butter 2 eggs 100 ml sour cream ½ tsp salt  Filling It can be either meat, spinach with ricotta cheese or even chocolate! However, the most traditional coming from the Karaims living in...

    0 by Adriannaerys, in Erasmus recipes 1 day ago
  • Francini Columbiana – where the soul starts to dance in a rhythm of salsa

    One of my favourite places for coffee and a piece of cake. If you are not vegan and don’t have Celiac disease – Carrot Cake is the best choice! If you are looking for a brunch or a bigger meal, I would recommend trying Arepa with cheese (looks like a pancake and...

    0 by Adriannaerys, in Erasmus blog Worcester 1 day ago
  • 10 Things to do In Worcester

    Everything happens for a reason. Each day brings us a new story to ‘’play’’ on the life stage. Different challenges and lessons become part of us, encouraging each of us to take a new step. Who knows, maybe this time I will have more courage? More wisdom? More...

    0 by Adriannaerys, in Erasmus blog Worcester 1 day ago
  • A Weekend in Nancy

    Back in 2013, I had the pleasure of attending Jazykove Gymnazium Pavla Tigrida for a semester in Ostrava, Czech Republic, where I made some life-long friends. The school focused on social sciences and languages, which helped pave the way for my pals to study in various...

    0 by Gabrielle, in Erasmus blog Nancy 2 days ago
  • 4 reasons to study at the oldest university in America

    Hello everybody! I hope that you are all well. In this new post, I want to tell you some of the reasons that you should study in the National University of San Marcos, which was the university in my city that I studied at for five long years. A token of love for...

    0 by Chloe, in Erasmus blog UNMSM 2 days ago
  • What to visit in Pula and the surrounding areas

    Incomplete text friday upload Hi, everyone! In my last post I talked to you in detail about my experience in Pula, life in the city, etc. Today I want to tell you about the places that you can't miss out on visiting in the city. As I said in my last post, the Italian...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Pula 2 days ago
  • 4 recommended restaurants in Bilbao

    Not A checked Hi, everyone! Bilbao is a city which surprises you since, even though sometimes it seems like it is overshadowed by its neighbour San Sebastian and its beauty, the truth is that over time Bilbao has become a city which is worth visiting. I hope that soon I...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 2 days ago
  • 2 days in Cinque Terre

    Friday upload not A checkedParadisical weekend in Italy: Cinque Terre I had seen photos of it on Instagram and it was my dream to go there. The place truly deserved its reputation. They are five villages on the coast with coloured houses, small ports, coves and...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog La Spezia 2 days ago
  • Good restaurants in Salzburg and Innsbruck

    Good restaurants in the Salzburg and Innsbruck area Hello again everyone! Today I am bringing you the last post about this trip that we took through Austria. In the previous entries, I spoke to you about very pretty cities such as Innsbruck and Salzburg; and also about...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Salzburg 2 days ago
  • Adrspach, Natural Park in the Czech Republic

    Adrspach, Natural Park in the Czech Republic Hello again! Today I am back to finish off our last trip to the Czech Republic. Previously I spoke to you about the Punkva caves and Olomouc here, the first step of our tour through Czech Republic. Today I am bringing you the...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Czech Republic 2 days ago
  • Solo trip to Seville

    Not A checked fri upload When I travelled to Seville for the first time I did it quite a lot younger than what I am now. Yes, of course it's true that I am now 21 years old and thus the fact that I was 18 could seem like the age difference isn't that big. But, to be...

    0 by Olivia, in Erasmus blog Sevilla 2 days ago
  • A Hidden Gem Called Howth

    A day-trip to Howth only 45-minutes by train ride from Dublin! Enjoy a Howl’s Moving Castle-esk feel. Howth was by far my favourite place to visit in Ireland. When we arrived, we walked along the East Pier where we saw many multi-coloured boats by the docks and an...

    0 by Gabrielle, in Erasmus blog Ireland 3 days ago
  • El Camino del Cid: all the information you need to make this historic route

    If I tell you that there is a path similar to the way of St. James, in which you can feel the nature, as well as the gastronomy, the history and the culture of Spain at the same time would you believe me? Well yes, it exists! This is the Camino del Cid Campeador, a path...

    0 by Berta, in Erasmus blog Spain 3 days ago
  • The Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede

    In August 2019, I joined the Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede tour from Dublin operated by Darby O’Gill Day Tours. It was another full-day excursion. Even though the driver, who was also our tour guide, left people behind, it was great to learn more about the...

    0 by Gabrielle, in Erasmus blog Ireland 3 days ago

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