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Gabrielle Andrychukova

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  • Blog

    Once Upon a Time in Kos

    Back in the summer of 2012, after a precarious time at summer camp, I went on a trip to Kos, Greece, with my extended family. On clear days, Turkey is visible in the distance. We stayed at an all-inclusive hotel called Mitsis Ramira Beach Hotel. I have been to Kos four...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Greece, 1 day ago
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    Malaga and Caminito del Rey

    In November 2019, I travelled via an ALSA bus from Granada to Malaga. From the bus station, I booked it to the mall to use a toilet. Then, I walked to The Urban Jungle Hostel. I wouldn’t recommend staying at this hostel for a few reasons. The beds creaked incessantly...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Spain, 2 days ago
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    Lille — The Hidden Treasure of Northern France

    Lille is a dynamic, colourful, welcoming, and upbeat student city in the North of France. While some might think I have fallen for it because of my love for tarts, I would add that there’s a cultural and friendly nature to the city that is alluring too. The bakeries...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Lille, 13 days ago
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    Koko Head Hiking Trail

    Ready to get your steps in? This hike takes you up 1,048 railway stairs. Keep in mind, it is very steep and the railway stairs are damaged due to the impacts of tourism. As such, be mindful of your physical abilities and where you step on this trail. As this is a...

    0 by Gabrielle in General, 14 days ago
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    Ostrava, Another Love

    An Introduction In Junior High, I started to struggle with my identity. An inner dialogue that I understand many, if not everyone has or has had at some point in their life. My experiences have not been racialized, of course. I preface this by saying my words are not a...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Ostrava, 17 days ago
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    Le Grand Palais

    Toulouse Lautrec Exhibition In fall 2019, the Grand Palais opened the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition. My grandfather called me as soon as he heard to tell me if he weren’t old and grounded in the Czech Republic, he would be the first in line to see it. It didn’t take...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Paris, 18 days ago
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    Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail & Lanikai Beach

    When I arrived at the Honolulu International Airport from Edmonton, I was picked up by a cheerful Uber driver. She was one of those happy people who aren't annoying. Her lightness was contagious. The local kindly provided me with some some recommendations for my stay in...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Honolulu, 18 days ago
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    A Weekend in Nancy

    Back in 2013, I had the pleasure of attending Jazykove Gymnazium Pavla Tigrida for a semester in Ostrava, Czech Republic, where I made some life-long friends. The school focused on social sciences and languages, which helped pave the way for my pals to study in various...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Nancy, 25 days ago
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    A Hidden Gem Called Howth

    A day-trip to Howth only 45-minutes by train ride from Dublin! Enjoy a Howl’s Moving Castle-esk feel. Howth was by far my favourite place to visit in Ireland. When we arrived, we walked along the East Pier where we saw many multi-coloured boats by the docks and an...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Ireland, 25 days ago
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    The Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede

    In August 2019, I joined the Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede tour from Dublin operated by Darby O’Gill Day Tours. It was another full-day excursion. Even though the driver, who was also our tour guide, left people behind, it was great to learn more about the...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Ireland, 25 days ago
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    The Cliffs of Moher, Burren & Galway Full-Day Tour

    The Cliffs of Moher, Burren, and Galway are a must when visiting Ireland. Finn McCool Tours ensures that there is just enough time to enjoy all of the above locations and appreciate what they have to offer. However, if you are staying in Ireland for a longer period of...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Ireland, 25 days ago
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    Alcázar of Seville Guided Palace Tour

    In November 2019, I participated in the Alcázar of Seville Guided Palace Tour hosted by OWAY Tours. The tour itself took 60-70 minutes and we were free to roam the grounds alone afterwards. It was a very insightful experience where we learned about the architecture and...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Sevilla, 28 days ago
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    Blue Lagoon

    End your trip in Iceland with a visit to the Blue Lagoon on your way back to the airport! After several back-to-back days of touring and hiking, I felt exhausted. I'm grateful that I checked the Blue Lagoon off of my bucket list and that I left it as the last item on my...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Iceland, 29 days ago
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    Snæfellsnes Peninsula Full-Day Tour

    Looking for an over-priced bird watching tour in Iceland? No? Well, I wasn’t either! But maybe this is the one for you! The Snæfellsnes Peninsula Full-Day Tour with Gray Line Iceland will ensure that you get a thorough education on Icelandic birds and risk getting...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Iceland, 29 days ago
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    Golden Circle Tour with Kerid Crater

    On August 4th 2019 I participated in the 8-hour Golden Circle tour organized by BusTravel. This is a great tour to start a visit in Iceland. The tour didn’t feel rushed or too intense, which is great for folks recovering from jet lag. There was more than enough time...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Iceland, 29 days ago
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    Landmannalauger Hiking Day Tour

    I booked the 14-hour Landmannalauger Hiking Tour with Arctic Adventures through GetYourGuide on August 5th, 2019. Our well-informed and safety oriented guide, Andrea, took us through the Southern Highland of Fjallabak to visit Landmannalaugar and Hekla Volcano areas...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Iceland, 29 days ago
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    I took a day-trip from Granada to Almuñécar via ALSA. The ride took approximately an hour and a half for €12. Almuñécar has a beautiful beach path to jog or walk along. There are also many benches with water creature designs available to sit on for a break or to...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Spain, 29 days ago
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    I had the pleasure of visiting Granada in November 2019. I took a bus from Federico García Lorca Granada Airport into the city for 3 euros. Granada is easily one of the most charming, LGBTQI2 and vegan friendly, and inexpensive places that I have visited. The vast...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus blog Granada, 29 days ago
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    Ka'au Crater Trail

    It was around 5:30 AM when the teddy-bear-like Uber driver started telling me — in detail — about all the murders that happened on hiking trails in O'ahu. "Do you have a knife?” He asked. I wondered if he might try to kill me — or worse, abduct me. “Yes, sir,...

    0 by Gabrielle in General, 2 months ago
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    Experience in Edmonton

    What is it like to live in Edmonton? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Edmonton has a strange mix of people, so you’ll always find like-minded folks or ones with similar interests! Public libraries and recreation centres are accessible. The winters are...

    0 by Gabrielle in Erasmus experiences Edmonton, 3 months ago

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