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  • Penang Island, Malaysia

    Iacopo had told me on Valentine’s Day when I was in Bangkok that his company was sending him to Malaysia to work. I didn’t have to wait until I got home to see him! It was such a nice surprise but it was still 7 weeks away, and it couldn’t come quick enough. Once...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog Penang 4 days ago
  • Girls Weekend in Singapore

    Singapore was a much needed girls’ holiday to break up January. However, on reflection, Singapore can only really be enjoyed to the full if you have money to spend – which we did not. Going to Singapore from the UK would have been a treat, but coming from Vietnam,...

    0 by Linzi, in Erasmus blog Singapore 4 days ago
  • Critical Essay

    Critical Essay Examples It should be admitted that critical writing constitutes a serious challenge for students because there is always a chance to be mislead by inappropriate criticism used by other authors. It is primarily based on the analysis of...

    0 by Emogene, in Erasmus scholarships 4 days ago
  • Describe the best and popular oils for hair health and growth?

    With regards to utilizing fundamental oils for hair, there are a lot of beneficial choices. If you are looking to thicken your hair, treat dandruff and dry scalp, then you will utilize basic oils that are a lot more secured and similarly as viable as...

    0 by Salena, in General 4 days ago
  • 21 things I don't like about the UK

    Hello again, everyone! We all know that moving to another country is never an easy task, nor is it for the faint-hearted. A different culture, gastronomy, timings, traditions, customs, habits, language... For this reason, in today's blog post I am going to tell you...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog United Kingdom 4 days ago
  • Segesta

    Segesta is an archaic settlement that became important in classical antiquity. Verres was in office here and spoiled the town of many artworks, as Cicero found out. The Temple to Hera (Zeus' wife) remains as one of the most important and massive structures in the area....

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 5 days ago
  • A visit to Mechelen (Malinas)

    In order for you to get to know a little more about the town where I have lived for two months now, I'm going to tell you some more about it, focussing on the places that are worth visiting. I won't begin before I have welcomed Celia; this is dedicated to her and the...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Belgium 5 days ago
  • 5 Places to Visit on Your Package Trips to Greece

    Package trips to Greece with your family and friends is the best escape from the busy life of the city to a relaxed and memorable destination. Greece as a travel destination also offers great historical experiences for the tourists with its many historical and...

    0 by Maria, in Erasmus tips 5 days ago
  • History of the city

    Amiens can be found in the northern part of France; it is the capital of the Somme department in the region of Picardy, or Picardie in French. Despite being a small town, it is very well-known for its famous cathedral: the Notre Dame ´Amiens, or, in English it...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Amiens 5 days ago
  • Using Google to write your essay

    The power of Google Unless you’re writing an essay on a really obscure topic, odds are that someone else has already done some research on the subject. And odds are that some of this information will have found its way into Google. Instead of starting...

    0 by Natasha, in Erasmus tips 5 days ago
  • Erice Castle 2

    The ascension to the castle was difficult as it was very steep and they had used winding paths to hinder enemies in reachign the castle. Meanwhile, the main tower throned over us. Looking down the slopes, you could see some monasteries and watchtowers (?). The view...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 6 days ago
  • Erice Castle

    The history of Erice includes the Phoenician Hamilcar (father of Hannibal), the Trojan hero Aeneas whose heirs should found Rome later on, a temple to the oriental goddess Astarte and a later one to the goddess of love Venus. However, the castle is the main attraction...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 6 days ago
  • Erice

    Our next trip by bus lead us through high and arid mountains. In the valley, white houses were crammed together ... The mall gave us a nice perspective with the clear sky in the background! Having arrived at the sea, two rows of palm trees gave me the opportunity of...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 6 days ago
  • Castellammare del Golfo

    The next day, we travelled by bus to the west of Sicily to see Castellammare del Golfo. During the trip, we saw green pastures and white mountains under a blue sky ... a picturesque scene! Almost arriving, we could oversee the whole lagoon where we would be later on! ...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Italy 6 days ago
  • Kuopio in general

    From the end of August to December 20th, I spent four months in Erasmus in Kuopio, a small town in the middle of the region lakes in Finland. It would be wrong to define it as "small" for the people of the area because it is the largest town in that area and has 97,552...

    0 by Federica, in Erasmus blog Kuopio 6 days ago
  • What to do for a weekend in Barcelona?

    Visiting the Catalan capital in a weekend is a bit of a challenge, it's almost impossible to reduce its innumerable amazing sights to a list of 10 must-see places. There are so many options for things to do with kids in Barcelona, or as a couple, there are so many...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 6 days ago
  • Original things to do with a date in Barcelona

    It's undeniable, Erasmus is the only opportunity in your life to have new experiences and to meet new people. Bearing in mind the ingredients in this cocktail, it's not a rare thing for romantic relationships to flourish non-stop, be they a one night situation or a...

    0 by Beth, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 6 days ago
  • Is it effective pay for app reviews

    Web Applications for Project Management and InvoicingAs the penetration of the internet into the corporate world and residences increase the power of web applications is also going on increasing. Nowadays, one can find a number of web applications for a...

    0 by Pamela, in General 6 days ago
  • Mondello Beach

    In the afternoon, we said goodbye to Monreale and went to Mondello Beach by bus. The club house looked kind of inviting, but we went to the beach first! Look at the colourful houses near the lagoon! In a bit, we would have sunset. After that, we had dinner (mostly...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Palermo 7 days ago
  • Monreale Cathedral

    Around Monreale, we could see the craggy hills while in the city, palm trees were frequent. The mighty bronze gate of the cathedral shows Biblical scenes and is decorated with some round and pointy arches and one roof-like arch ... very differentiated! Inside the...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Palermo 7 days ago

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