Translations blog of Jasmin in English

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  • Visit these 10 free museums in Lima the first Sunday of each month

    For a while now, in Peru and Lima, there are free museums being managed, thanks the museums that find themselves in charge of the state at a national level, so that the first Sundays of each month, the Peruvian visitor can have free entry to the museums. It has the...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Lima 3 years ago
  • Paris: a whole city to discover

    Paris In the following article I would like to talk about the city where I've been living for about six years. Thanks to my mother's willpower and courage, today I have the opportunity to live in the city of my dreams. This is the city where everyone dreams of visiting...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Paris 3 years ago
  • A walk to Saint Nectaire

    Saint Nectaire During my Erasmus in Clermont Ferrand I made an effort to visit some neighbouring countries. In this article I want to talk of my visit to the small and quiet village of Saint Nectaire. This village is located on the Sancy ranges or the Dore mountains,...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Clermont-Ferrand 3 years ago
  • If you're a smoker...

    If you’re a smoker you’ll be wondering how much cigarettes cost in Portugal, or if you can smoke in the bars, or also more simply where to buy cigarettes! In this post I’ll attempt to provide answers for these simple questions, because some things weren’t even...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Portugal 3 years ago
  • Where to live in Athens: The crusade of the five neighbourhoods (3)

    Now we have arrived at the last of the neighbourhoods that I've personally gotten to know, despite leaving many out due to lack of experience (Glyfada, Faliro y Pireos on the coast; Patissia, Nea Smirni, Xalandri further inland... they all have pros and cons. ) To know...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • Where to live in Athens: The crusade of the five neighbourhoods (2)

    Hi everyone! Continuing on from the previous entry about the different neighbourhoods of the city where you can live, the next two arrive. I've described Kallithea and Victoria in this post, which are relatively close to the centre. I still have to mention, if I didn't...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • Where to live in Athens: The crusade of the five neighbourhoods (1)

    It's July, and with the arrival of the first days of unbearable heat, the moment has also arrived of my fifth and last move. Well, this is for the readers, who have yet to find their little corner or who really want to make a home when they go abroad. I was one of those...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • Everyday Tourism in Athens

    I can't believe that it took me a month after arriving until I dedicated myself to seeing the tourist sites and places of the city. Later I discovered that I wasn't the only one waiting for someone to keep me company and to do the whole tour. Athens, as you know, is a...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • Unwritten Rules of Athens

    Although I agree that, when it comes to rules, the Greek capital is quite relaxed, and that it's easy to dodge a bullet if needs be, you should still know which are the details regarding the "do's and don'ts" so you don't embarrass yourself in this foreign culture. I...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • The beaches of Athens

    Precisely yesterday I decided to take another walk through the beaches of the city, and it reminded me of how far I was from home. Athens has a whole boardwalk on the coast, starting from the Peiraias harbour to the beginning of Glyfada, a very nice neighbourhood sat in...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Athens 3 years ago
  • Day 6 and 7: Granada

    The meeting place with the guy who was taking us to the next and last destination was the bus terminal in Cádiz. We were travelling with a nice guy who was more or less the same age as us and got to the meeting point about 20 minutes late. He said he spent the weekend...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Granada 3 years ago
  • Day 5: Cádiz

    We took a train to Cádiz, then from there a taxi to get directly to the centre, where we'd booked our Airbnb. The city itself extends over a kind of island, connected to the mainland by some roads. I suddenly realised that at night, Cádiz had something that made it...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Cadiz 3 years ago
  • Day 3 and 4: Seville

    We arrived in Seville and it was now 9pm on Tuesday evening (day 2). The hotel was definitely better than the one we stayed in the previous night, if anything, a little far from the centre. After checking in and washing up it was almost 10pm, so we postponed all tours...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Sevilla 3 years ago
  • Day 1 and 2: Córdoba

    It was mid-February 2016 and my Erasmus in Madrid was almost over. I'd just finished with my exams and I spent two good weeks simply doing nothing, given that I'd paid rent for my room for up til the 1st of March. I knew that in the last few days my friend from Italy...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Córdoba 3 years ago
  • Zaragoza, my city

    What's it like living in Zaragoza? Do you recommend it? How is it? I've lived there my whole life. I live in Actur and I'm lucky because I can walk almost everywhere. Zaragoza is quite big but if you're lucky and you have a well-situated accomodation, you'll be close to...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Zaragoza 3 years ago
  • Bilbao, a historic city

    We decided to make the most of our last day in Bilbao. Our bus would leave around 7pm and we had to collect everything from the hostel. We wanted to visit as much as possible during the morning. We focused in particular on seeing the Old Town that was very connected to...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 3 years ago
  • Bilbao, sport buildings

    The third day we spent in Bilbao, we woke up a bit later because we'd gone out the night before. That was mainly spent visiting sports buildings. I'm not very interested in sports, I'm more of the couch potato type, but I have to confess that the dimensions of the...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 3 years ago
  • Bilbao, magical places

    The second day that we were in Bilbao, we discovered fantastic things that we never expected to find. Thanks to one of the teachers who was from there, and knew the city, we visited some places that a normal tourist wouldn't have known. Our hostel was next to the Azkuna...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 3 years ago
  • Bilbao, first impressions

    Hi everyone! I'm going to tell you about one of the last trips I've done in Spain with university. Last year we went to visit the city of Bilbao. I had only been there once before, when I was younger, so I didn't remember anything about it at the time. Arrival and...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Bilbao 3 years ago
  • Lavender Fields in Brihuega

    Last summer I had the opportunity to attend the Lavender Festival in Guadalajara. My family and I spent some time in the city because we have relatives there. This festival takes place in a small village called Brihuega, celebrating the beginning of the harvest. As in,...

    0 by Jasmin, in Erasmus blog Guadalajara 3 years ago

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