In April I got the chance to spend seven days travelling to three different countries. First I visited Berlin with my class. Then from there myself and my housemate/ friend … Continue reading Travelling to three countries in one week
I can’t say that Köln (Cologne in English) was on my top places to visit in Germany, but when the Erasmus program in the college over here advertised a trip … Continue reading My weekend in Köln, Germany
Another travel post today! They seem never ending at the moment (not that I’m complaining.) Since we have Tuesday’s off from college, myself and a few friends from class decided … Continue reading A Day in Leiden
St Patrick’s Day is a big deal back home, be it seeing a parade or just going out with your friends, you have to do something to mark the occasion. … Continue reading St Patrick’s Day in the The Netherlands
Four weeks ago I moved to the Netherlands. At some stage I’m going to do a post that will be part of the little series I’m doing ,called the Erasmus … Continue reading Weekends in Amsterdam and a visit to Eindhoven
I plan on doing a fair bit of travelling this year. In T-minus 8 days I will be moving to the Netherlands for five months. Since there will be so many amazing countries surrounding me and it’s easy to travel with an Interail Pass, I plan on seizing the opportunity and exploring as many countries as I can
I want to be realistic and not include too many on the list, but if I manage to do all the places I’ve mentioned then I’d be more than happy!
Countries I want to visit:
Germany: I got an e-mail from my college in the Netherlands, saying that part of my course will involve going on a field trip to… BERLIN. A big step up from the school trips I took as kid! I’ve heard great things about the city, so I’m excited to see what this field trip has in store.
Since I will be going on Erasmus in Spring, I thought I would tell you about the first time I lived abroad by myself. When I was sixteen my parents … Continue reading Living in France for a month (at 16)