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  • Bring it with you when you travel

    This is the story that I shared in Story Slam in the U.K *** How many of you who don't like travelling visiting other countries; if you don't please remain seated. This is tricky question^^ Real question - How many of you love travelling? How many of you had bad...

    0 by Jen, 4 hours ago
  • Sympathy

    Sympathy, by Paul Laurence Dunbar I know what the caged bird feels, alas!     When the sun is bright on the upland slopes;   When the wind stirs soft through the springing grass,   And the river flows like a stream of glass;     When the first bird sings...

    0 by Lucia, 3 days ago
  • To sum up... Go for it!

    To sum up the blog about my trip, I can only encourage you to experience something similar! This trip has simply been great whether talking about the atmosphere, visits, cultural aspect... I had so much fun (in a different way to how I have fun in Belgium for example),...

    0 by Eilidh, 8 days ago
  • Interview with three friends in Lodz

    Source And it is time to put aside a few articles for the saga of "it's time to know something about Poland", because there comes a time when so much history, economy, politics, etc. tires; and of course you have to give the public everything, so I have not been able...

    0 by Evie, 13 days ago
  • I'm back!

    It's been two years since my Erasmus but it seems like it was yesterday. In 2015 I went to Krakow with the Smile Program (kind of Erasmus for latin people?) and I participated in this very same writing competition; I didn't win anything (well, I got a Erasmusu Premium...

    0 by Damarys, 25 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, one month 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, one month 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, one month 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, one month ago
  • The day of Saint Nicolas

    Let's see, for those that know when this celebration is, it is certain that the day of Saint Nicolas was on the 6th of December and of course, it is not today. But, here in Poland it was a special day and for that reason I see it as an 'obligation' to inform all those...

    0 by Evie, one month ago
  • Ahhh La France!

    Since when I was a kid I have been going to France quite a lot. It has been quite some time since I have been there, but in the past I used to go a lot. I have been in Menton and Monte Carlo twice with my parents, then I went to Strasbourg and Colmar on my second year...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago
  • Polonezköy

    External linkshttp://www.polonezkoy.comhttp://www.adampol-polonezkoy.pl/ Source Wikipediahttp://www.adampol-polonezkoy.pl/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ClsuHBCCqghttps://www.google.pl/…/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x14cacd361…http://www.klonjawor.com/portfolio-items...

    0 by Yücel, one month ago
  • Make the Most out of the UK.

    Alright guys, today I want to talk about deals for students in the United Kingdom because I must admit, there are tons of them. NUS Card. I would like to start with that is called the National Student Union Card, usually simply called NUS Card. With it, you can travel...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago
  • Low budget travelling

    Travelling or moving to a new country is absolutely thrilling and exciting but it can also be quite hectic and stressful. Tickets, insurance, visa, packing, savings, are just a few examples of activities that need to be arranged and planned thoroughly. In this article I...

    0 by Martina, one month ago
  • Istanbul Frames

    "Nature gives everyone. I read somewhere—and the person who wrote this was not a mountaineer but a sailor—that the sea’s only gifts are harsh blows and, occasionally, the chance to feel strong. Now, I don’t know much about the sea, but I do know that that’s...

    0 by Ileana Cristina, one month ago
  • Earn Some Extra Money Easily: How Much Do Translation Services Cost?

    The question of money is always essential for all categories of people. Students are the grouping that needs it the most. Education is not chargeless and it is needed to pay for it. Even if a student has the desired grant, he or she would still have other requirements...

    0 by Cokidoo, one month ago
  • My opinions about EAE

    Source I know many of you won't know this but I have been studying the online master's degree in Sales and Marketing Management at EAE Business School for nearly six months now, so I wanted to write this post in which I am going to tell you about my EAE opinions....

    0 by Evie, one month ago
  • Rotary Youth Exchange Program

    Are you finding yourself in the position of applying for an exchange but having a hard time deciding which program to go for? I have the solution to your problems. To start off, I do not want to compare my program with any other, because I did not try all of them to...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago
  • 5 Reasons To Fly With AirAsia

    There was once an airline an airline with only 2 squeaky old aircrafts and under $11 million in debt. It was sold and for $0.25 cents. That was in 2001, today that airline is known as AirAsia. It is now the world’s largest low-cost airline. On their website, it says...

    0 by joshin, one month ago
  • Hacks For Poor Students Living On Their Own.

    Living on our own can be tough from time to time, especially if it is the first time. Also having to manage your own money is hard, so I am here today to give you tips on how to save money but still make the most out of your experience abroad. 1. Save stuff even when it...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago
  • Hacks On How To Decorate Your Dorm Room.

    Let’s say that your walls are white, or that you will be living for a few years in your dorm room and you desperately want it to feel like home. Or maybe you are an exchange student like me, staying only a few months, but still want to decorate your crib and feel like...

    0 by Cristian, one month ago

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