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  • Every person comes in our lives for a reason.

    Last night I couldn't sleep wondering why my friend of seven years seemed different when I met here yesterday. I wondered if it was something I said, or did, that made her a little distant, or if it was her who had changed. Its funny how we notice our loved ones with...

    0 by Sanaika, 8 hours ago
  • Where to shop in Worcester UK.

    Before choosing the United Kingdom as my study abroad destination, I had to think about finance and whether I could afford it or not. In my mind it was going to be a very expensive semester and so I thought about applying for studying in Spain. Better weather, closer to...

    0 by Cristian, 1 day ago
  • A brief introduction to my experience

    Hi guys!My name is Elena, and I'm an Italian girl living in Rome. In 2013 I went to Berlin for six months (which, eventually, became 12), and I'm here today to share my special tips to all those who want to visit this amazing city out of the common tourists traps! When...

    0 by Elena Sofia, 4 days ago
  • Why I love traveling by Plane.

    It happened many times that people told me that they do not like traveling by plane. Now, what is there not to like? According to them, it is just scary to be so up high in the sky and it could be dangerous. Some of them tell me that it is even boring to stay in an...

    0 by Cristian, 10 days ago
  • MY HOST BROTHER AND I.

    Prior to departure, every exchange student goes through a time of uncertainty. Questions and doubts pop up in their minds. Is it going to be the best year of their lives? Will they have a good relationship with their host families? Will their host siblings even like...

    0 by Cristian, 10 days ago
  • TRAVELING... FROM HOME!

    There are many ways that allow a person to travel, the first one is of course to board a plane and land in a different place. This is the realistic but also the most expensive way of the ones that I will list right now. In fact, the second is to hang out with people...

    0 by Cristian, 11 days ago
  • Mountains: Montserrat and San Cristobal

    I love a good view, and the best places to find them is normally on the top of a large hill or mountain. In this post, I am going to talk about two of my favourite mountainous experiences: Montserrat in Barcelona and San Cristobal in Lima. They are two very different...

    0 by Lucinda, 13 days ago
  • THAT ONE TIME THEY KILLED ME ON EXCHANGE.

    Okay, my intent was not freaking you out, I promise. But I did, kind of, die on exchange. It was for a class and it was actually fun, but it did happen, so I did not lie. Casablanca was the film class, the one for which we had to create stories, bring clips together and...

    0 by Cristian, 16 days ago
  • FIVE THINGS I'VE DONE FOR THE FIRST TIME ON EXCHANGE.

    Everyone tells you to go on exchange and be yourself, but they also tell you to get out of your comfort zone and say yes to (almost) everything people offer you. Right? Well, I think this is a good point. People need to experience new things in order to talk to others...

    0 by Cristian, 16 days ago
  • My grandmother's kitchen.

    Although this blog is supposed to be dedicated to sharing recipes, I need to post something about the source of my passion for learning to cook and the reason for my well-rounded cultural and linguistic upbringing: my grandmother's unforgettable home, kitchen and...

    0 by E, 19 days ago
  • Christmas in Colorado.

    Me being in the USA was a 360° experience, but one segment of it that I particularly enjoyed was Christmas, not just Christmas Day but both the months of November and December and why not even January. I started seeing my host town in a different way. It was magical....

    0 by Cristian, 20 days ago
  • Mile High City, Denver CO

    My very first flight overseas was the British Airways London - Denver flight, which means that the first place I have ever been to in the United States of America is Colorado. From Europe, you can also reach Denver straight from Frankfurt if you fly...

    0 by Cristian, 21 days ago
  • Great Memories Of Mine.

    We know that most of the students go on exchange because they want to party, they want to get wasted or whatever, but sometimes I feel like I need to remind these people that there are more important things in life. During my exchange I learned how to appreciate simple...

    0 by Cristian, 22 days ago
  • A weekend in Casper WY.

    When I was abroad I made a lot of friends, most of those were rotary exchange students just like me. I previously talked about the one time we met at orientation camp, this weekend I am ready to talk about happened five months after that first meeting. Lunch At Five...

    0 by Cristian, 23 days ago
  • Finding Myself On Exchange.

    As everyone says, traveling makes you richer, in many ways. It can change the way you see things, people, and countries. It can teach you things and it can help you find yourself. While I was studying in America, I realized that all these things were true. It is cliché...

    0 by Cristian, 25 days ago
  • About Myself

    Hello Friends, I would like to start my blog by introducing myself. I am Kubra Sahın, I'm 21. I live in Ankra with my parents. I am a student at Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science the Department of Finance. I began my education at Satıkadın Primary...

    0 by Ayse, 29 days ago
  • İtalian&Estonian combination on one dish

    HISTORY Estonian side: Dill the plant comes originally from mediterraen area and was brought to Estonia by munks who worked in the monastries. Nowadays it is the most common herb used to season the food. Potatoe the plant is originally from South America known from...

    0 by İdris, 30 days ago
  • My American family's 25th Anniversary.

    I am pretty sure that all of this will sound like a movie to you, but here it comes. On Sunday my American parents celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and they hosted a party at the house, so they had to get everything ready in advance. "Cake" Over. On the...

    0 by Cristian, 30 days ago
  • My Birthday in the USA.

    As going to the United States of America has always been a dream of mine, I could not be more happy to even have to chance to celebrate my birthday over there. I turned seventeen and my American family suggested to go to the Mountains for the weekend. Of course I told...

    0 by Cristian, 30 days ago
  • A bit of Home Abroad.

    Even though I was excited to be in America and to do things Americans do, while I was abroad I met up with some Italians. It is kind of like feeling at home to be able to speak your native language after weeks of constant English. So one Saturday of September, after I...

    0 by Cristian, 30 days ago
  • My first Quinceanera.

    Believe it or not, I did not have to go to Mexico to attend my first Quinceanera, in fact, I went to one when I was in the United States of America. One of my really good friends is Mexican and she turned fifteen while I was on exchange so she invited me to her birthday...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago

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