Tag: travelling

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Couch surfing in Sevilla

Sevilla. My last Spanish city I should travel to this year. A place that fascinated me and I will always keep in mind – also because of couch surfing which has never failed to provide me with the most amazing travel experiences. To Sevilla with BlaBlaCar As I had been in Madrid before, I travelled from Madrid to Sevilla in the early morning by … Read More Couch surfing in Sevilla

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Dancing through Madrid

On my travels through Spain I went on recently, I of course, also needed to visit the capital. I´ve heard so much about the city before – a lot of my friends didn´t like the city at all, told me it was boring and not much to see. So, I went there with not many expectations and was surprised and surprised again. Madrid was … Read More Dancing through Madrid

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Colors of Valencia

Recently, I spent some time outside of Barcelona again to travel around in Spain for a bit. My destinations were Valencia, Madrid and Sevilla, which are all amazing, beautiful cities. My first stop was Valencia, where I travelled to with my boyfriend. The other cities I visited on my own. But, first things first. First, let´s take a look at Valencia. Streets of Valencia … Read More Colors of Valencia

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Places to escape busy life of Barcelona

Barcelona.  A city most people love – especially for going on holiday. It´s the perfect place if you want to party, drink just have a good time. If you live there, however, it is a bit different. Living in Barcelona For me personally, Barcelona is too big of a city. It has a lot to offer, but it is very busy, touristic and doesn´t … Read More Places to escape busy life of Barcelona

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Sintra – the western pearl of Portugal

Last week I started telling you all about my time in Lisbon (find out more about Lisbon here) – but left out one very important destination! Sintra. I left it out on purpose however, as I wanted to tell you all about this beautiful little city in all detail. Sintra is a little town in the north west of Portugal. Situated right in a … Read More Sintra – the western pearl of Portugal

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Hidden places in Lisbon

To be honest, until recently I fairly neglected Portugal. This country was never part of my travel plans nor did I think it ever would be. I was more in love with Spain and thought Portugal would just be a tinier Spain and not able to surprise me. Nothing could have been further from the truth. It only took me a week to fall … Read More Hidden places in Lisbon

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“We´re all fat and have guns?”

Interview with Britney from the USA Which country would you consider to be your country? My country is definitely the United States of America. I was born and raised there and even though I have travelled to many countries now I still feel unfairly the sense of nationality there, because it was just what I was brought up with and what I find to … Read More “We´re all fat and have guns?”

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“What? You have a computer?”

Interview with a girl from Tunisia Which country do you consider to be your country? Actually, I can´t respond to that directly because I consider both, Tunisia and Turkey, to be my countries. I was born in Tunisia, but I lived in Turkey for two years and I know their culture very well. People would even consider me Turkish. I know all their jokes, … Read More “What? You have a computer?”

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“Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”

Interview with a Brazilian Which country do you consider to be your country? I would still consider Brazil to be my country as I lived pretty much 95% of my life there. I grew up there and the way I act, the things I eat, the way I think is very related to Brazil still. You live in Spain now. Do you think this … Read More “Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”

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Too little diversity in our education system

If only schools could teach us what other cultures can. We would probably live in a much more peaceful world. If schools would teach us the respect you gain once you become friends with people from all over the world, we would live in such a nice community. Where everyone has a different background, where everyone lives together and learns from his/her neighbors. Sounds … Read More Too little diversity in our education system