Travelling

Visiting Castles: Hradec nad Moravicí & Raduň

Holidays in the Czech Republic are not boring! There are so many things to do. You can enjoy the beautiful nature, walk in the mountains, chill somewhere at a water, visit many beautiful cities, visit castles and so on … // Prázdniny v České republice nejsou nudné! Je tolik věcí, které v Česku můžete dělat. Například si můžete užívat krásnou přírodu, procházet se v horách, odpočívat někde u vody, navštívit mnoho krásných měst, hradů a…

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Daily Lifestyle

Dutch Summer 2020

Hi everybody, how are you?? Right now, when I’m sitting on the balcony and writing this blog post, the weather is perfect! It finally feels like a real summer day. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t like that the whole July. Have you also had the feelings that it doesn’t feel like summer holidays? I have been very disappointed of this weather, because I was so busy during the academic year so I was just looking forward…

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Motivation Studying Abroad

Graduated from the University of Groningen

Hey guys! How are you all doing?? I have very exciting news that I would like to share here on my blog! After this rather unconventional second semester, I can finally say that I have officially completed my bachelor’s degree in European Languages and Cultures at the University of Groningen! It’s such great feelings. I would never believe that one day I would complete a study at a university abroad, even though I always had…

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Motivation Studying Abroad

My Experience: Erasmus at the University of Tartu

I had always known that once I start studying at a university, I would surely like to go on Erasmus to study and live abroad for a while. That is also the reason why I didn’t want to follow a distance learning university in the Czech Republic because then you are not recognised as a full-time student, which means that you can’t go on Erasmus ☹. Right now I’m a full-time student at the University…

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Travelling

Narva: Russian city in Estonia

Are you in Estonia, but you would like to experience a bit of the Russian atmosphere as well? Then you should definitely travel to Narva! Narva is a city situated on the eastern part of Estonia (when I mentioned eastern part, I really meant the most eastern part of Estonia, because it’s at the Russian border). It’s actually really interesting, because Narva is the third biggest Estonian city, however the population consists of more than…

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Travelling

Saaremaa: Estonia’s Largest Island

In the middle of September I visited the largest Estonia’s island Saaremaa. I’m really happy that I decided to travel there in late summer, because the weather was still quite good. It only rained sometimes but the temperature was good. I organised this trip with a group of people who are also here on Erasmus. We found enough people to fill two cars, arranged accommodation and planned the whole weekend. // V polovině září jsem navštívila…

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Travelling

Travelling in Estonia and Town Otepää

Estonia is a small country, but it offers many places that are worth visiting while you are here. You don’t have to be worried that travelling in Estonia is difficult, because it’s actually quite simple. It’s only up to you if you are going to travel by a car, bus or train. I honestly haven’t travelled by train yet, because I’m very satisfied with the bus transport. As I understood, there are two types of…

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Studying Abroad

Minor Abroad: Erasmus in Tartu

It’s incredible but I’m already a-third-year student of the university of Groningen!! 😊 It’s unbelievable, because I remember when I started the university and now it’s my last year! The third year of my bachelor programme at the university of Groningen is a bit different than all the others, because I have to follow a minor in the first semester of my third year. You can chose from three options what you want to do…

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