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Erasmus blogs

  • Ibiza

    Happy Saturday afternoon everyone! In this third post of this blog, I want to tell you about the experience I had on my trip to Ibiza, a city I had the fortune and pleasure of visiting only once, exactly on Wednesday 9th August 2017, thanks to a cruise of the Western...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Ibiza 3 hours ago
  • Palma de Mallorca

    Happy Saturday afternoon everyone! In this third post of this blog, I want to tell you about the experience I had on my trip to Palma de Mallorca, a city I had the pleasure of visiting twice, during a cruise of West Mediterranean sea: the first time was Monday 1st...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Palma de Mallorca 3 hours ago
  • Cádiz

    Happy Saturday afternoon everyone! In the second post of this blog dedicated to Spain I want to describe my experience on my trip to Cádiz, which I had the fortune and pleasure of visiting only once during a 12 day cruise on the Mediterranean and Atlantic sea during...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Cadiz 4 hours ago
  • Valencia

    Happy Saturday everyone! In this first post of this new blog, I want to tell you about the experience I had on my trip to Valencia, a city I had the pleasure of visiting twice, during a cruise of West Mediterranean sea: the first time was Wednesday 31st July 2008,...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Valencia 5 hours ago
  • What to visit in the environs of Hungary by car?

    Hungary is a beautiful country to visit. It is advised that you should travel on a car to enjoy the beauty of the natural environs in Hungary. First of all, you should visit Budapest that is also the capital city of Hungary. Then, you should visit other cities,...

    0 by Anton, in Erasmus blog Hungary 6 hours ago
  • Studying for Your Teacher's License

    Studying for Your Teacher's LicenseStudying to take the exam your state requires to get your teaching license doesn't have to be as stressful as you'd expect. Get insider tips to how to sail through your Praxis II or other state required tests. First of All RelaxThe...

    0 by Justin, in Erasmus blog Liberia 1 day ago
  • Italian gestures: 13 Italian Gestures taught by an Italian

    Hello everyone! I hope you're well. Today I'd like to share with you some italian gestures which I've come to know during my time living here in Rimini and what could better than an Italian to show you. I asked my flatmate Simone to help me out with the photos so that...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus blog Italy 1 day ago
  • Tips For Interviews And Resumes

    A good resume is the tool that can get you an invitation to the interview for your dream job. If writing a good resume is part of your preparation for the job hunt, performing at the interview is an even greater part. Here are a few tips on how to write a good resume...

    0 by Jennie, in General 1 day ago
  • Mons? No thanks! Portsmouth? Yeeess!

    I am a student at the University of Portsmouth in England and I am doing my year abroad. I have already done the first half at the University of Mons in Belgium. Before I went abroad to do my erasmus year, I had great expectations of how this experience would have gone....

    0 by Sabrina, in Erasmus blog Portsmouth 2 days ago
  • From Bologna to Salerno - Last Stop: Salerno (9/9)

    Salerno To get to the beautiful coastal city of Salerno we caught a train in the Central Station of Naples; the return ticket price was €10 with Trenitalia. The journey can last between 40 minutes to 1½ hours, so don't forget to check the timetables. View from the...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Salerno 2 days ago
  • Creating an Effective Resume

    Your resume looks good; but is it an effective resume? If you have had few or no interviews, your good looking resume is a failure. Get some advice from resumebros.com. An effective resume gets you interviews! With a little work and research, your good looking resume...

    0 by peter, in Erasmus blog Los Angeles 2 days ago
  • From Bologna to Salerno - Sorrento and the Sirens (8/9)

    One of the most beautiful areas in the Bay of Naples is Sorrento, the mythical place where Sirens come from, according to legend. It seems that the Sirens, the creatures that caused shipwrecks with their songs, have a temple dedicated to them in this area. In fact, it's...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Sorrento 2 days ago
  • Hidden place in Tbilisi _ art stuff

    The introduction In this article I want to tell you about this hidden place in Tbilisi, which I just found out about. I can’t really name the place, because there’s no name for that in general, because there are lots of things there. Well, I was just going there...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Tbilisi 2 days ago
  • Pannetone Italian recipe

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine. In this article I want to tell you about the preparation of Pannetone or Pascha, as we call it in Georgia. This is Italian recipe and it’s pretty good and delicious, I must say. Well, to be...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • Batumi boat trip

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about our boat trip in Batumi, which was a great thing, however, it was not as interesting and exciting as it was in Copenhagen or Cambridge, I guess, because...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Batumi 2 days ago
  • The Kronborg Castle of Hamlet

    The introduction Hello everyone, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about this place, where visiting is a must and it’s called the Kronborg castle and it’s located outside the city of Copenhagen, however, it’s not that...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Helsingør 2 days ago
  • Tourist destinations in Tbilisi

    The introduction In this article I want to tell you about the places, which tourists mostly visit in Tbilisiand which you should definitely see while visiting the city. Though there are many places, that I would suggest, there are some of them, which are the first...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Tbilisi 2 days ago
  • Interesting unnoticeable places in Copenhagen

    The introduction Hello everyone , I hope, that you are all doing just fine.  In this article I want to tell you about some small, but beautiful places in Copenhagen, which you might walk by every day and not notice them at all. Dronning Louises Bro Well, this place...

    0 by Salome, in Erasmus blog Copenhagen 2 days ago
  • Idrijski zlikrofi

    In my past recipe posts, I have described quite a few dishes that are typical for my home country, and are sometimes a pain to prepare. Well, I have added another one to the list. My country’s traditional food seems to follow the rule: the more complicated to prepare,...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago
  • Bujta repa

    Yesterday, I realized that I have not told you about any traditional recipes from the very eastern part of my country, and I decided to change that. The dish I will tell you about today, is called ‘bujta repa’. Bujta repa is, similar to jota, a dish made out of...

    0 by Katja, in Erasmus recipes 2 days ago

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