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Nadine Schlehofer

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Nadine Schlehofer

Current city:
Augsburg
City of birth:
Munich
Host university:
UCP
Home university:
UNI-AUGSBURG

Nadine activity

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    Welcome week in Lisbon

    As the Portuguese are so friendly and open towards foreigners, the city hall organised a complete welcome week for the international students. The whole week events were offered for free for the international students. Of course, you had to register beforehand for the...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Portugal, 4 days ago
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    Welcome session in Porto

    On Friday, we had an official greeting event for all the international students of the Universidade Católica in the whole country. The Universidade Católica has several universities in Lisbon, Braga, Viseu and Porto. The welcoming was done in O Portoand was for all...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Portugal, 6 days ago
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    First impressions about Lisbon

    Olá da boa Lisboa! Hello from Lisbon! I am already in Lisbon for two weeks, but never find the time to write, I am just too busy. Of course, that’s Erasmus Life! Arrival: I just wanted to tell you about my first impression about this new part of my life. At least, it...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Portugal, 6 days ago
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    How it came to my second Erasmus

    And my next time abroad. Actually, this was not planned, I just came back from Pars. So, how did this come? I will explain this spontaneous decision. I came back from my semester abroad in Paris on the 31stof January last year and was so happy to see all my friends,...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Portugal, 7 days ago
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    Canterbury and Marlborough - Amazing landscapes and horse trek

    In Christchurch, we had the best weather! The sun was shining the whole day and it was almost too warm. The first day there, we went to discover the city centre. It was all still a little improvised even though the big earthquake was at that time already three years...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 7 days ago
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    Dunedin and Mackenzie District

    Before continuing to Canterbury, we stayed several days in Dunedin because I wanted to get rid of my fever that I had gotten. It started out slowly, probably after the many rainy days that we stayed in the cold car, and grew worse and worse, until I lay in bed shivering...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 11 days ago
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    Fiordland and Southland

    Starting in Te Anau and leading up to the village of Milford, winds the Milford Highway. On this road, you will find many camp site and several small and also longer hiking tracks to special places. As we arrived in the evening, we just stayed at the first camping place...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 12 days ago
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    West Otago and near-death experiences

    We still stayed some time in Wanaka, which we had selected as the most beautiful part of New Zealand until now, and it kept to be as beautiful. The sunshine stayed during all the time and brightened our mood even more. We went a lot hiking to some small lakes as the...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 12 days ago
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    West Coast - glacier and helicopter flight

    On our way to Greymouth, we stopped at New Zealands longest suspension bridge, the Buller Gorge Swingbridge. Of course, we had to cross it and already on the other side, went for a walk there. It was nice, the bridge was funny – just on a side note, flip flops are not...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 13 days ago
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    Heading South - the Nelson Region

    As I already mentioned in the last post, we came almost late for our ferry as we had been stuck in a traffic jam of a herd of cows. We already had that several times, but normally they have their own paths and just cross the roads some times. Often, they already have...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 13 days ago
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    Country of Middle Earth

    My German friend at whose place we had been staying in the beginning and around Christmas time, had a very beautiful present for me. Actually, she said it was because I had been taking care of her horse for 2 and a half years and she would owe me something. But for me...

    0 by Nadine in General, 14 days ago
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    Samoa part III Savaii

    On the ferry, it was so freezing cold that after that one hour drive, we were all so happy to be on land again. But it had been nice to see the island from the sea and to observe some flying fishes, it was the first time that I saw them in reality. The first problem,...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Samoa, 14 days ago
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    Samoa part II Upolu

    Now, time for some general information! Somoa consists of nine islands in total, the two biggest and well known ones are the main islands and are called Upolu, the bigger one with the Airport and capital, and Savaii, where you can get by ferry. We were still on Upolu...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Samoa, 16 days ago
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    Samoa part 1: Camp Samoa

    Holiday time! Now, you will say we are already on holiday. But, honestly, you cannot call half a year holiday, that’s already life and being a tourist can get exhausting, so you need some holidays from the holidays. We decided to go to the islands of Samoa. We left...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Samoa, 17 days ago
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    Work, Christmas and New Years Eve

    Finally, the luck seems to have found back to us. We found work as dishwashers in the beach restaurant Frontroom in Waikanae. Each of us has four days of 5-8 hours, but it is enough to earn money. Apart from that, we always get the days of colleagues that are not...

    0 by Nadine in General, 17 days ago
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    Not everything is fun

    Not everything is fun. We noticed that around November. We started to look for work in Rotorua as we wanted to meet with a friend in that region for Christmas and therefore wanted to stay longer. That didn’t work out as we thought. One thing was that I fell ill –...

    0 by Nadine in General, 18 days ago
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    Rotorua: thermal activity and Maori culture

    I was looking forward to going to Rotorua for a long time, because this ist he Maori centre and they were one of the reasons, why I came to New Zealand. I was always interested in the native tribes of Australia, America and mainly New Zealand. When we arrived, the...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 18 days ago
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    More wwoofing in the Bay of Plenty

    Not even an hours drive from our old wwoofin place, we came to our new one. The first impression was sadly not so good. We had to cook our own meals and had few ingredients to choose from. The kitchen and bathroom was not very clean. Another wwoofer was there at the...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 19 days ago
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    Hobbiton film locations and Mount Manganui

    As I already told you, we could plan our working hours on ourselves to get some time off. We took one day to go to Matamata to a huge former sheep farm. What did we want there, you will ask. Everyone, who is a big Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit fan, will know: in...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 19 days ago
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    Wwoofing in Bay of Plenty

    We got our first own wwoofing acceptance! Now, that we have our first wwoofing experience behind us and a really good recommendation letter from our last host, it is a lot easier to get accepted. Within one week, we already had two suggestions, which we liked and were...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 20 days ago
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    Coromandel Peninsula - Filmlocations and paradise

    Our destination was Thames on the Coromandel Peninsula. A bit outside of the city, we found a nice hostel. The first day in this region, we spent in a gold mining museum, where you could see the big machines and read about the gold mining history of the region. The rest...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 21 days ago
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    The far north of New Zeland

    After having said goodbye to our very nice wwoofing hosts, we headed to the far north of the northern island. For that, we had to go back the windy roads to get to the main road and then take the road to the north. There are two roads: a normal highway: which means a...

    0 by Nadine in General, 22 days ago
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    Auckland and the surroundings

    During the time, that we spent in the region of Hamilton, the weather was constantly bad and so we couldn’t do a lot. Which means, you can always do something indoors, which we did for example in Hamilton, when going to the museum, but I am more the outdoor and...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog Auckland, 22 days ago
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    Bay of Islands

    One station on our list, was the wonderful Bay of Islands. We drove to the nice city of Pahia, where we stayed in the cute backpacker called mousetrap. It was very cosy, with friendly staff and also pretty cheap. We had clean rooms with sea view and the hostel kept up...

    0 by Nadine in Erasmus blog New Zealand, 23 days ago
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    Wwoofing in Hokianga Bay

    I am going to tell you about my first wwoofing experience. I had registered on the Wwoofing Site a long time ago and had sent many applications. I was open to everything and I also had many references regarding work with animals and kids, so I thought it would be easy...

    0 by Nadine in General, 23 days ago

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