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Saba Jalali

Current city:
Kuala Lumpur
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Tehran
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    Adjusting to life in budapest (pt.2)

    I Initially wrote the both parts of this entry together, only after it was over did I see that the text would be too long on it's own and so I split it in to two. In this second part I'm going to talk about Wifi services, banking systems and the immigration office...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 8 days ago
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    Adjusting to life in Budapest: tips (pt.1)

    Moving to a new country can be terrifying but extremely exciting! You feel a whole new surge of emotions and the newness of the place gives you constant adrenaline rushes. Everything is thrilling and exhilarating but it can also be confusing. Your brain is more aware of...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 12 days ago
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    A Complete guide on the Medical Universities of Hungary

    Like I mentioned before I study in a medical university. I'm not training to be a physician but I'm actually training to be a doctor of pharmacy. It is both overwhelming and rewarding, every day is a challenge on it's own but it leaves you feeling fulfilled and...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Hungary, 15 days ago
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    Where to grocery shop in Budapest?

    Where to grocery shop in Budapest Hey guys, so is rather a really short post in which I'm going to describe where you should do your grocery shop and which places offer better deals and high quality products. Grocery shopping is the most essential type of shopping there...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 17 days ago
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    Budapest bridges

    Probably one of the most eye catching sceneries of Budapest includes overlooking the Danube River and the bridges that connect the two sides of the city together. Budapest’s bridges are considered one of the most touristic sites of the whole city, offering a...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 23 days ago
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    Ruin bars: Szimpla Kert

    I usually plan my Friday nights from a week ahead! What about you guys? I’m sure in all of our lives Friday nights hold a special place, they are by far the most looked forward to night of the week. So it was natural that I would plan this Friday night from a week...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 26 days ago
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    Converting your money to the local currency

    Hey guys so you all know that I’m all about writing actually helpful pieces that you all could use it in your future trips right? So today after finishing up that travelling to budapest piece which by the way you can check out here: https://tinyurl.com/yajvup6e I was...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 26 days ago
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    Travelling to Budapest

    Well I’m sure by now you all know that I’m a big fan of Qatar airways, i think they have exquisite flights and traveling couldn’t go any smoother with them. So it was a definite choice that I would choose Qatar airways to fly to Budapest . I was traveling to...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, 26 days ago
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    Halloween here in Budapest

    I wasn’t planning for my first budapest entry to be about Halloween. Afterall halloween isn’t even a Hungarian tradition and it’s definitely not widely celebrated here in Hungary. But it is. Halloween after all and I am feeling all those Halloween feels so here I...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, one month ago
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    Where in the world Am I now?

    Okay I'm aware that the blog title kinda gave it away but let's just roll with it and pretend like it's a surprise.  6 months. Can you believe it? I’ve been gone for 6 months. I know you all have been patiently waiting for me to come back and I decided to do so...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Budapest, one month ago
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    Discovering Iran: Kerman city (Pt.1)

    Another day and another city to explore in Iran. I don't think I'm ever going to be done with exploring the different cities here. I've got my priorities straight though, I'm talking about my favorite cities first. Ok I know what you guys are thinking, Saba you have way...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Iran, 7 months ago
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    Kuala Lumpur's night life: Oregi restaurant

    SS15 is a pretty chilled area that a lot of college students hang out. It is located in Subang Jaya and it's really nearby international colleges and universities such as Taylor’s, Sunway College and INTI College. So the area is pretty popular with the students coming...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 7 months ago
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    Malaysia's beach towns: Cherating (Full guide)

    The thing about Malaysia is that you really never run out of islands or beaches to visit. There's always more options, even when you think you've been to everywhere, there's probably gonna be an island somewhere along Malaysia, that you never have been to and it has...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuantan, 8 months ago
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    Iran's major touristic cities: Hamadan (Pt.1)

    Alright so I'm keeping my promise of paying tributes to as many Persian cities as possible and so today I'm going to explore the city that gave us the one and only Avicenna. I mean he was born somewhere else but his resting place is in Hamadan. I feel like this city is...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Iran, 8 months ago
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    Where to get the best Shawarma in Kuala Lumpur?

    I swear you guys I was so thrilled tell you guys about this place. I was like I'm going there to get some amazing food and I can introduce it to you guys. This place makes and sells the best shawarma I've ever had in Malaysia, it's so good, I repeat it's so good that,...

    1 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 8 months ago
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    Unique fruits that you should try in Iran

    So a few nights back I mentioned a bunch of my favorite Malaysian fruits, and then as usual since I try to give both of my favorite countries love and affection; I will write about a few really really odd and unique Persian fruits that we regularly have in Iran. I'm...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Iran, 8 months ago
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    Shiraz (Pt.2): My two favorite restaurants

    Food is the main reason so many of us travel, I mean food traveling is something beyond pleasing. And if you are traveling to Iran you definitely should be traveling for food. Iran has some of the world's best cuisines, and the thing that makes me most proud is that...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Shiraz, 8 months ago
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    My experience in a shared apartment

    My experience sharing at apartment: To put it frankly sharing an apartment is something that all of us will come across at some point in our life. The truth is we're all students or recent graduates, still in the prime of life and that means we need to save money, what...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus tips, 8 months ago
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    Iran's major touristic cities: Shiraz (Pt.1)

    Somehow I feel like I didn't do Iran justice, Iran is so vast and extraordinarily beautiful that I could never possibly capture it's full beauty. But hey one can try. I was thinking about my favorite cities in Iran and then I remembered that I didn't write any entry one...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Shiraz, 8 months ago
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    Subway: Malaysia branches

    This is going to be a really short post, I'm just going to express my love and gratitude towards Subway in Malaysia. Subway the fast food chain, I don't have a crazy obsession with metros or anything. I honestly love Subway in Malaysia, I consider myself a hardcore fan....

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 8 months ago
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    Sushi king Kuala Lumpur branches

    Sushi king is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most famous sushi franchises; there is probably a Sushi King in every mall or area you go to. It is known as the rather affordable sushi brand, some also call it not actually sushi, since they do provide a lot cooked sushi, and...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 8 months ago
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    Best of Malaysia's tropical fruits

    Writing about the coconut stalls reminded me that I have totally forgotten about Malaysian fruits. Malaysian fruits are all basically tropical fruits and they are so unique and tasty aka you should not, under no conditions miss out on it. For me, I was here for 6 years,...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 8 months ago
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    KL style coconut stalls

    Okay this is going to be a super short entry because I'm still out and I just see this cute little shop so I had to stop, get something and more importantly take some pictures so I can tell you guys about it. I honestly love stalls like this, they are so authentic and...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Kuala Lumpur, 8 months ago
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    Best spanish TV shows to learn the language

    Alright I'm so hyped to write this piece, in my last article I explained my whole learning method of Spanish and how I got where I am today. I also talked about some of my favorite resources and how they can be of use to you guys. In case you didn’t catch the previous...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus tips, 8 months ago
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    My experience learning the Spanish language

    I have been learning Spanish for the better part of three years now; although my Spanish level or “Nivel” is far from advanced or perfect, I think I may have a thing or two when it comes to learning this language efficiently and quickly. Well the truth is, I first...

    1 by Saba in Erasmus tips, 8 months ago

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