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  • Life in a shared flat

    If we don’t take my family into account, I have never lived in a shared flat before. I mean, of course I have been on holidays with friends and spent half a year in New Zealand in youth hostels, which is kind of similar. The difference is just, that I always changed...

    0 by Nadine, in Erasmus blog Portugal 5 hours ago
  • Basic soup recipe

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope that you are all doing just fine. In this article I want to tell you about this soup recipe, which I decided to prepare the other day and which was just a simple soup, that kind of soup, that I used to eat in my childhood and...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus recipes 11 hours ago
  • Kuala Lumpur's night markets (Pasar Malam)

    I usually plan ahead for all the pieces I'm about to write or at least make a list of all the places I need to write about. But today’s entry is as spontaneous as it gets, I never thought I’d be running into a Pasar Malam on my way back home. Well for the past few...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur 12 hours ago
  • Souled Out, Ampang

    It honestly pains me that I can’t dedicate all of my time to writing this blog because I have so much more to share and it feels like time is slipping by so fast. It's both time and my workload so I do apologize in advance for my lack of complete focus on this...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur 16 hours ago
  • Pascha recipe

    Ingredients:Milk, 250 mlWhite granulated sugar 250 gramsCream 35% 2 tablespoonsCognac 1 tablespoonEggs, 4 mediumButter unsalted 250 gramsSalt 1 teaspoonRaisins (zucatti) 400 gramsBaking soda 1.5 tablespoonAll-purpose flour 1 kilogrammeMuscat 1 teaspoonOrange zest 1...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus recipes 1 day ago
  • Art in Norway... Erotic in Spain?

    You may ask of what bullshit I'm talking about with this title. True? (otherwise, my attempt to shock failed). Well, I will tell you about Vigelandsparket or the Vigeland park, which is no more and no less than Oslo City's biggest park (patapeeeesh - or the sound of...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Oslo 1 day ago
  • KLCC park

    I think I have pretty much covered everything there is on Twin Towers or as we call it KLCC. There only remain a few finishing touches, and then the ultimate guide to Kuala Lumpur’s hottest spot is ready and complete. From those finishing touches remains a little bit...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur 1 day ago
  • Neapolitan Delicacies

    Born as Parthenope and later on renamed Neapolis in Ancient Greek times, Naples is among the oldest and most actively, continuously inhabited cities in Europe and the world. Founded in the eighth century BC, Napoli has lived through the Greek, Roman Empires, the...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Napoli 1 day ago
  • Baroque Art

    Baroque style is probably my favourite form out of all. This is because I am someone who really pays attention to detail so when it comes to art and architecture the buildings that attract me the most are the complicated ones full of little details. It is said that the...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 1 day ago
  • Top 10 things to do in Oporto

    In this post I want to share with you ten things I think you must do when in Oporto. A couple of them might include indulging in simple pleasures such as a gigantic ice cream, whilst others aim to take a break from the usual sightseeing.   Have breakfast in café...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 1 day ago
  • Top 10 things to see in Oporto

    Oporto is a beautiful little city filled with art, history and culture and of course all of it is worth discovering; however I put down the ten things that really stood out for me when I was in Oporto and that I think are worth giving priority to. Rua das flores Take a...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 1 day ago
  • Pasta with Artichokes and Courgettes

    The good thing about being an Italian is that pasta runs though our blood. Therefore cooking pasta is something completely normal in our everyday life, but as you can imagine always making the same pasta can turn out boring. Therefore I am always trying out new recipes...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • KL transport: Uber or Grab?

    As I have mentioned a ton of times in my previous blog posts, “Grab” and “Uber” are both applications that provide online transportation for users. To put it simply they are the applications we use to book rides with to get to our desired destinations. Both Uber...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus tips 2 days ago
  • The History of Oporto

    The history of Porto dates back thousands of years to the eighth century B.C. when the first inhabitants chose to remain in this area due to vicinity of the Douro River. The river itself was an important source of food both directly through fishing and because the...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 2 days ago
  • Where to Eat in Porto

    Breakfast Café Majestic Café Majestic is a classic, historic and artistic café located on Rua de Santa Clara. It has been listed down as Europe’s best destination in 2017. The thing I love the most about this café is it’s complicated design and architecture;...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 2 days ago
  • A short guide to Ampang Point shopping center

    I guess I'm just trying to finish up all the places there is in Ampang, before moving to a whole new area of Kuala Lumpur. I should have started a whole new blog on that “Ampang life”. I mean I lived in this area of Kuala Lumpur my whole time in Malaysia, so I...

    0 by Saba, in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur 3 days ago
  • Things you should know before living in England

    Well, after living here for a few months, I have decided to write a list of what you should know before you come, setting the example of Nottingham. Accommodation: You can choose from a residence or rented house. This is clear. Before choosing a residence, you should...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Nottingham 3 days ago
  • Chicken Chakhokhbili

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope that you are all doing just fine. Now I want to tell you about this recipe, that was originally called “Chakhokhbili” of chicken, however, then I changed it a little and tried this new thing, and, well, you know, I’m pretty...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago
  • 3 Day Tourguide of Oporto

    Some people say that Oporto is easily done in one day, however if you want to see Porto inside out, then follow this 3 day tour guide to the city and rest assured you will have experienced culture, museums, good food and relax all in three days. Day 1  Breakfast: Start...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Erasmus blog Porto 4 days ago
  • Chocolate Cherry Truffle

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope that you are all doing just fine. In this article I want to tell you about this Cherry Truffle cake and the recipe of it prepared by me. Cherry Truffle is one of those cakes, which I have bought in this bakery called Dolce Vita...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus recipes 4 days ago

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