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How languages change the way I travel

Today, you don't need more than 2 languages to get around in the world. In case you are an English native, you will even do fine with 1. But for me foreign languages and traveling are 2 passions that are inevitably…

10 Reasons why I love Marseille

This summer I spent 3 weeks in Marseille, France. I went there to visit my boyfriend and my friend, but of course also to explore the area better, improve French and enjoy the sea. This was not my first visit…

12 things I learned about Scotland

My first year as a student in the University of Edinburgh just finished (well, a month ago), and I decided to dedicate this post to things that I didn't expect to find in Scotland, sometimes due to stereotypes, sometimes due…

Tiree part 2: surfing

Continuing my story about Tiree... As I said in the previous post, I went to Tiree with my University's surfing club with the purpose of surfing (or, in my case, attempting to surf). This might come as a surprise for…

Tiree part 1: Life on the Island

Frankly speaking, I was not planning to write anything about Tiree, because it was not organised by me and it was a group trip with the purpose of surfing. However, eventually I decided that I wanted to share my impressions…

Copenhagen in 24 hours

I can already picture my mum's eyes filling up with blood as she reads the title of this post... Because, well, I was not supposed to be in Copenhagen, (more…)

Edinburgh

Ah, Edinburgh. The omnipresent sound of bagpipes, that you can never escape, the besotting smell of whisky in the air, the checkered tartan... My feelings for this city (and Scotland generally) are so deep and infinite that expressing them clearly is…

Norway in 8 days

This trip was my and my friend's way to celebrate High School graduation. Unfortunately, we only had about 8 days before her last exam and our prom, so we had to try to squeeze as much as possible into quite…

Hello :)

Hey hey, Every time I attempted to write this very first post I could never succeed, despite that every time I was THINKING about writing it I had so many thoughts and stories i wanted to share. (more…)