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Poland
Lodz
Turkey
Antalya
Pakistan
Rawalpindi

Saba Gul

Current city:
Lodz
City of birth:
Rawalpindi
Host university:
UNI LODZ
Home university:
AKDENIZ

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  • Blog

    My EVS Journey That Never Started

    My EVS Journey Around a year ago I was selected for European Voluntary Service in Italy, unfortunately my Visa got rejected twice and I couldn’t make it. But I have a small record of the unpublished events of that journey which never started. A Short Introduction: My...

    0 by Saba in General, 2 years ago
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    The best of Bruges

    If you ask me to make a list of my favourite cities in Europe, Bruges is definitely going to be among the toppers. Bruges is perhaps underrated and to many even the name might not sound familiar, but I felt in love with this city minutes after I arrived there. Ghent to...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Brugge, 2 years ago
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    The Gorgeous Ghent

    Brussels to Ghent It was the evening of 8th February. We were at the Brussels Central Station. We checked the timetable for the trains to Ghent and then went to the counter in order to buy our tickets. We discovered the advantages of being under 25 there. In Belgium, it...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Ghent, 2 years ago
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    Wanderlust takes me to Brussels

    So my Erasmus journey is coming to its end soon, the effects of it, however, I am sure will last forever. Before going back to Turkey, I decided to have one last trip to some of the countries I had not been to yet. So I made a 7-8 days travelling plan for Belgium,...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Brussels, 2 years ago
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    Bojnice- A small fairytale

    From Bratislava to Bojnice: The train from Bratislava to Prievidza took around 3 hours. And a one side ticket would cost you around 8 euros. When I reached there it was already dark. I opened my map and checked that the place I was going to stay was at a distance of...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Bojnice, 2 years ago
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    What do Pakistan and Poland share

    This blog is going to appear more like an article than anything, but this is a topic which holds massive importance for me and is something that I would like people to know. I would especially like to mention the name of one of my teachers, motivators and mentors here,...

    1 by Saba in Erasmus blog Pakistan, 2 years ago
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    Experience in Milan, Italy by Saba

    What is it like to live in Milan? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Even though Milan is a big globally renowned city, I didn't feel the city itself has a lot to offer. In fact outside the main city centre I felt like being in a small town. For students...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Milan, 2 years ago
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    Experience in Barcelona, Spain by Saba

    What is it like to live in Barcelona? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? If I have to describe Barcelona in one word, I would call it "LIVELY". Barcelona is a very lively and very multicultural city. The city has a lot to offer. From sandy beaches to green...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Barcelona, 2 years ago
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    Experience in Prague, Czech Republic by Saba

    What is it like to live in Prague? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Prague is like a small fairy tale city as so many people say. Small cities have their own charm. And Prague is one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe, So I would definitely recommend...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Prague, 2 years ago
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    Remembering Bratislava

    Slovakia is not often included in people’s Euro Tour. But the country has a lot to offer, from castles to churches to green meadows and mountains. And above all a culture which is unique. Especially if you visit Vienna, a trip of a day or two to Bratislava must be...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Bratislava, 2 years ago
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    Experience in Rome, Italy by Saba

    What is it like to live in Rome? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? I didn't actually live there, I'd rather visited Rome just as a tourist. Rome is one of the most visited cities. So if you ever get the opportunity to visit Rome, don't hesitate even for a...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Rome, 2 years ago
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    Experience in Paris, France by Saba

    What is it like to live in Paris? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Paris is indeed one of the most beautiful cities I have ever visited and I would recommend everyone to visit it at least once in their life. The city has a lot to offer. After every other...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Paris, 2 years ago
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    New Year in Vienna

    It was 31st of December. The last day going to mark the ending of the year which was full of: adventures, too many ups and a few downs. In my entire life so far, this was the year which witnessed me travelling the most. I met amazing people and had precious additions in...

    2 by Saba in Erasmus blog Vienna, 2 years ago
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    The Elegance of Vienna

    Pre Departure I just realized that I have become bit superstitious about the New Year. I wanted to make sure that the last sunset of 2017 and the dawn of 2018 be witnessed with great pleasure, peace and happiness. Well there was no way I could assure it actually, anyhow...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Vienna, 2 years ago
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    Christmas Eve with Polish Family

    Christmas Eve with a Polish Family The International Students Office of University of Lodz came up with this amazing idea of “Christmas with a Polish Family”. Not only to give a closer look into Polish traditions but make students far from their homes feel at home...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Poland, 2 years ago
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    A Short Account of Stockholm Trip

    Stockholm We took our bus from Oslo and in 8 hours reached our next and final destination of our Second small Euro Tour- Stockholm. The accommodation we took was quite away from the centre, and when we reached there, the snowfall was waiting for us. It was colder than...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Stockholm, 2 years ago
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    Nostalgic Norway: Another Heaven on Earth

    I must be very small when I first heard of Norway. I had always heard of its name whenever there was a talk about countries with the highest standard of living, high salaries and yes, high cost of living. Even before seeing any pictures of it, I had always imagined a...

    2 by Saba in Erasmus blog Oslo, 2 years ago
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    From Gdansk to Oliwski Park, the Fun at the Railway Station and the Delicious Dumplings

    I have already written a blog on how I ended up in being Gdansk for the weekend and all the places that I visited on my first day in Gdansk. So on my second day which was a Sunday in fact, I decided to go to Oliwa. It is one of the quarters of Gdansk and is bordered by...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Gdansk, 2 years ago
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    A Fairy tale in Prague

    A Fairytale in Prague Czech Republic was the fifth and the last destination in my first Euro Tour. Well the name of my blog might be suggesting that I had a perfect and happy stay there. But the truth is the other way round. When we reached Prague, It was already...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Prague, 2 years ago
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    Erasmus Experience in Lodz, Poland by Saba

    Why did you choose to go to Lodz, Poland? I had chosen Lodz as my top Erasmus preference, mainly because of the University of Lodz which enjoy very good academic reputation not only in Poland but in the World. Also I thought the Poland has a very good location and...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus experiences Lodz, 2 years ago
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    A Sudden Trip to Gdansk

    Travelling is more than a passion for me. It’s my way of expressing my feelings.  It’s my way of learning about my life. Whether I am happy, sad or excited, all I want is to travel. It can be the same place I have been to hundreds of time or a completely new...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Gdansk, 2 years ago
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    The Bride of France

    The bride of France From Barcelona we took our bus to Paris. It was a long journey of about 14 hours but as I said in my earlier blog I was quite used to such long journeys by then. We reached France quite early in the morning. Instead of buying a daily pass, we rather...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Paris, 2 years ago
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    Hola Barcelona! Part II

    I slept very comfortably in the living room last night. Except that their pet cat kept coming and going, but she was cute anyway. My friend was already up. We went to the kitchen and were surprised. The couple- the owners had already left but was surprised was the...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Barcelona, 2 years ago
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    Hola Barcelona!

    Hola Barcelona! Our jouney with Flixbus from Milan to Barcelona Nord lasted around 13 hours. I think this was my 6th journey of above 10 hours in a bus. So I was quite comfortable with the idea of sleeping in the bus at night by then. Everyone makes mistakes and so did...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Barcelona, 2 years ago
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    My First Experience of Ice Skating

    Today my flatmates and I together with some other friends went to Manufaktura for ice skating. Just to mention, I have previously lived in very hot cities where there is no snow even during the winter. So, I hope you can understand how disappointed I was today. But I...

    0 by Saba in General, 2 years ago

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