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  • I'm looking for a baby sitter job

    My name is bebe. I'm looking for a baby sitting job. I speak English quite well and I would like to have a family that wants me to speak in English with their children. I am free on Monday to Friday and Saturday. Please contact me if interested. Tell::...

    0 by Bebe, in General 1 day ago
  • Crepes, oh la la!

    Good evening my little ones, good Wednesday? Today I thought about taking a little leap and not telling you about anything (for now) and focus on something very important: food :D. And what a meal, my god... Because I have come to tell you about the wonderful and...

    0 by Evie, in Erasmus recipes 1 day ago
  • Sugar cane: juice and unrefined sugar.

    The sugar cane gives us raw sugar, in its natural state. It can be consumed by extracting its juice (either by sucking the cane itself or by crushing it with special machinery) or by making the panela (unrefined sugar). As well as obtaining the white sugar, it is...

    0 by Evie, in Erasmus recipes 1 day ago
  • Reims! Why Not

    Life is an unpredictable thing. I think it is a combination of many events that make it strange un expected and beautiful at the same time we come across to places, people and events that we never could imagine we will be experiencing. A similar one struck me...

    0 by Muhammad, in Erasmus blog Reims 3 days ago
  • Izmir i felt you

    ''So where are we supposed to go now?'' i asked Imran and he was as surprised as was i, ''I think anywhere but cannot stay here longer!'' he gazed around the airport exit and both of us noted that we were being watched by a lot of people mostly taxi drivers to become a...

    0 by Muhammad, in Erasmus blog Izmir 3 days ago
  • Consuegra - the promise of coming back after 45 years

    My journey to Donkihote's Giant Windmills After visiting half of Europe, the popular place of interests became boring to me, instead, I decided to look for unique and new places, Consuegra is one of them. Consuegra - even Spanish people do not know Anyone who loves...

    3 by Hoàng, in Erasmus blog Toledo 3 days ago
  • Cauliflower stew

    Cauliflower stew   Finding a place to eat in Wroclaw is not that difficult. The well-known milk bars and various canteens offer a wide variety of affordable and tasty meals. But after a while you can get bored with the menu and it that case to make your diet more...

    0 by Ani, in Erasmus recipes 3 days ago
  • Choose Slovakia for your Erasmus

    If you enjoyed the previous post about my most favourite restaurant in Košice, I would like to tell you more about this lovely city, and share some tips on what to see and do there. If you are a student planning to do Erasmus somewhere in Europe, I can only...

    0 by Martina, in Erasmus blog Kosice 4 days ago
  • Hitch-hiking: A journey through "the happiest countries in the world"

    What if hitchhiking became an interesting, outstanding, and even low cost way of travelling the world? Hitchhiking is undoubtedly dangerous and risky, but there is also another side to it that makes it educational and unique. There is beauty to it, something exceptional...

    0 by Natasha, in General 4 days ago
  • KultTour Transylvania

    People. Architecture. Stories.  - a project made by my colleagues and I, for a course (especially to promote some of these cultures from Transylvania) Personalities, architecture and different other stories about the Swabians from Transylvania! Richard Wagner (born...

    0 by Brandy, in General 4 days ago
  • An Exchange Student For The Wrong Reasons.

    It is actually hard to believe that I was an exchange student. Why? Because the reasons why I decided to be one are quite weird and maybe irrelevant. But let's be honest, I was fifteen and I was not mature yet. All I wanted to do was walking the halls of American...

    0 by Cristian, in General 4 days ago
  • Booking Inexpensive Weekend Trips from Istanbul

    Living in Istanbul is amazing for many reasons, and one reason is the easy and inexpensive traveling options to other cities!  While I lived in Istanbul, I traveled to over 10 other countries, all while either studying or working full-time (and on a low...

    0 by Kaelin, in Erasmus tips 4 days ago
  • The first few weeks in Bologna

    Ciao a tutti! Welcome to my first blog ever. Exciting isn’t it? I’m a 20 year old girl from the Netherlands who is a little insecure, very socially awkward and most of all very elegant. Oh wait, that is sarcasm. That makes me sarcastic as well, I think. In this...

    0 by Eva, in Erasmus blog Bologna 4 days ago
  • Current account BNP.

    Source A bank account is an important element to be able to move between the intricacies of life and other things when you go to another country where payment with a card is a lot more normal and utilized than in Spain, like in France. Here in France it is unusual to...

    0 by Evie, in Erasmus tips 4 days ago
  • Useful Polish vocabulary in Erasmus part two.

    Hello, now I will finish with this second article, the chapter of the most important expressions and words in our Erasmus adventure with the Polish language. It is not very broad but it will work for something (I mean). 7º- Let's call them "pro-ligoteo" or in short; to...

    0 by Evie, in General 4 days ago
  • Smelling the new life of the first time

    How did I end up in Paris? As a nineteen year old girl keen to explore the world and studying culinary arts in Malta I thought: Why not starting my life as a chef in the country with the longest culinary tradition?  And Paris? Well, who does not want to live in...

    0 by Nina, in Erasmus blog Paris 5 days ago
  • Shopping list - something very important!

    Source When you get to a new place where you are going to live, you should not only know where the nearest supermarket is, but also what you will find when you get to that supermarket. In my case, I still do not know where that supermarket is, but I'll look for it...

    0 by Evie, in Erasmus blog Nice 5 days ago
  • Wine Tour

         This is a story about a little Tuscan town called Montepulciano. I came here with Erasmus Land organization on a trip called Wine Tour. Therefore, you won't be surprised if I told you that here you can find an abundance of wine and this has always been so. In...

    0 by Katarina, in Erasmus blog Italy 5 days ago
  • Venice - Day One

    When I have come to Venice, like almost anyone who has ever come here, I have experienced the magnificent beauty of the island with the old town built on the sea, or floating on the sea, the interstellar canal system, the Gondola driver singing Opera while riding tiny...

    1 by Hoàng, in Erasmus blog Venice 6 days ago
  • Venice - Travel Tips

    Venice travel tips with transportation Venice is a world-famous canal city, where I always dreamed of visiting once time in my life. Maybe I do not need words to say much about the enchanting of the excellent beauty of Venice, but I think you have to see through your...

    0 by Hoàng, in Erasmus blog Venice 6 days ago

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