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  • Getting to know Andalucia

    I arrived in Madrid one month before my classes started. Basically, I had two reasons to do so: to get to know Madrid better and to have time to travel a bit around Spain. In one of the trips I had in mind the plan was to see Málaga, Granada, Sevilla and Córdoba. I...

    0 by Ana, 17 hours ago
  • Georgian Invitation letter

    For Georgian notarized invitation letter services, please contact Mr. Raj at idealservicesindia@yahoo.com.  They provide special services for Indian holding Georgian E-Visa, providing notarized invitation letters / hotel bookings / and tour guides for tourists and...

    0 by Vishal, 20 hours ago
  • Bureau International des Expositions

    In the first post, I published that I am going to Paris to complete my master's internship at the Bureau International des Expositions, better known as BIE.  In this post, I will give you some more information about the institution in which I will be working in a few...

    0 by Irati, 3 days ago
  • Pushing on

    Im still a newby but not so much as I was the last time I wrote. After having drunk chufa and eaten fartons, I can say I'm well on my way to finding my feet in Valencia, three weeks in. My internship is still going great. Only...last week I did arrive late one day. I...

    0 by Rébecca, 3 days ago
  • Let's start this... introduction!

    Everybody say that each end is supposed to be a new beginning, so I will take this for granted while I begin this blog with the end of my life the way I know it. I am literally packing up my life and all the memories I have accumulated over twenty-five years in my home...

    0 by Francisco, 4 days ago
  • The Mallorca trip

    Mallorca is the largest island in a group of Balearic islands, where you can among others also find Menorca and Ibiza. Return flights there from Madrid were really cheap, so I decided to go for it. I also wanted to visit Morocco, but unfortunately I did not manage so...

    0 by Ana, 7 days ago
  • Beginnings are always hard

    Beginnings are always hard, they say. Well, I'm experiencing it, and, for all its difficulties, I am enjoying the experience. Here I am, two weeks into this adventure. I translate, day in and day out in a small ftranslation firm in town, feeling so excited, doing the...

    0 by Rébecca, 9 days ago
  • Trip to Brussels I

    I am studying the Master's degree in International and European Relations. What is the first thing you associate with this masters? I may not be right but normally, when we talk about International Relations we tend to think about Institutions. For example, we all...

    0 by Irati, 9 days ago
  • A certain idea of the world

    My name is Sara and I am... I have been lots of different people in my life up until now. Basically right now I am a medical student in Trieste, Italy; I have been an Erasmus student in Graz, Austria, last year for a semester. By the age of eighteen I had been...

    0 by SARA, 10 days ago
  • Goshavank Monastery, Dilijan, Armenia

    Goshavank Monastery was built in the 12th-or 13th century. Goshavank Monastery located in the village of Gosh in the Tavush Province of Armenia. There you can see beautiful and old Armenian Khatchkars. Khatchkar is a carved, memorial stele bearing a cross, and often...

    0 by Shavarsh, 12 days ago
  • Content

    So, i will try to hightlight the most important experiences, places and thoughts because they are a lot and i could write and talk about it for ages. To sum it up, here are some titles (of course with a bit of mistery that maybe will keep you interested to continue on...

    0 by ioana, 12 days ago
  • Reghurajpur, or Artist's Village. Odisha. ( former Orissa)

    Reghurajpur, or Artist's Village.  A traveler to Odisha, normally first goes to Bhubaneswar, and from there travels on to Puri or the Sun temple, and ends their journey there.  Generally, mention Orissa.. and it is the sun temple that comes to a malayali's mind.. In...

    0 by Hussain, 13 days ago
  • The trip to Kolukkumalai. A short memoir.

    The trip to Kolukkumalai. A short memoir.(This is also as a temporary relief from the complaints that come my way.. That I no longer write about my travels as I used to.)Not a theoretical account. I am just narrating what comes to my mind. I am speaking from my heart....

    0 by Hussain, 13 days ago
  • "Don't worry!" arriving in Castellon de la plana

    Mar is the type of woman who only ever takes fruit out of the fridge in order to put it in the bin, and each time that fridge is opened the hot stench of rotten meat hits you, a natural weight loss remedy, should you ever think about venturing into the kitchen. It was...

    0 by Roisin, 13 days ago
  • How did all these things start ?

    Hello everyone, in this blog I am going to share with you the best experience of my life... It all started in 12th of September, 2012. It was my first day city called Eskisehir and also  at university, I was so excited and didnt know what to do in this first day. I was...

    0 by Muhammet Nur, 13 days ago
  • 10 things to know about Spanish people

    When I arrived to Madrid, I found that their culture is distint to mine in several ways. Some of their habits I found a bit difficult to get used to and I found others interesting and new. Being there for five months and meeting all those people living in Madrid or...

    0 by Ana, 16 days ago
  • All green

        Giardino Scotto For me is a place for relaxation, walking and taking pictures... if you're more creative, you can try something else, but it is too green to do many activities.  I found this place in March, (that's why these are not so "summer photos" of it)...

    0 by Brandy, 16 days ago
  • Here's four reasons why travelling with parents means more than a free trip

    Half way through the exchange period (around Easter/spring break), parents begin to make their descent upon the cities you have been studying in for the last few months. While you may not want to admit it, you get excited, having been away from home long enough to...

    4 by Sierra, 16 days ago
  • Where to watch the sunset

    I always felt like there was something magical in watching the sunset. This transformation of day into night when the cities really come to life with all the city life and lights enlightening the dark streets. All the spectacular colors you can see on a day without...

    0 by Ana, 19 days ago
  • 10 best parks

    Madrid is a place with countless nice parks so there is many many places you can go to in order to find some greenery and peace in the city. In general, the parks are well taken care of. Many times I have visited them, there have been gardeners around cutting too long...

    0 by Ana, 19 days ago
  • Why Pisa?

    No, first… why Erasmus? – Well because it was a challenge for me during my first year at the University and I couldn’t imagine myself traveling for one major purpose of studying abroad. I must admit that I need one year to get used to the idea of doing...

    0 by Brandy, 23 days ago

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