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Regaining composure

Hey fellow travellers, Do you ever have to stop what you’re doing and contemplate the absurdity of what it is you are doing? If you’re taking a thermal bath in Sweden with a local, climbing the tower of Pisa or … Continue reading

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Bad at Budapest

My stay in Krakow has been an amazing experience so far; I’m meeting fascinating people from bizarre lands, experiencing foreign cultures and trying to make the most of this opportunity. But you’ve probably read enough blogs about these things, so … Continue reading

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My trip to the other side of the world.

Hey all you travellers and troublemakers, I haven’t been able to log in to wordpress until now. So here is my first blog; I’ve come from Townsville, Australia (200,000 people) to Krakow, Poland (2million people) for 6 months; this is … Continue reading

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Dealing with setbacks

I’ve been stressing too much lately. About getting full access to my Dutch bank account (a three week process), about buying a discount card for public transport (which first required a Dutch bank account), class assessment, getting a cold, having … Continue reading

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Is it just me?

Hey everyone I just wanted to write a quick post about what I am feeling at the moment and see if I was the only one. I have been doing a lot of travel of late (Switzerland, The Netherlands, Austria … Continue reading

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Do you think your better off alone?

It has been a lot longer between blogs than I had anticipated. During this time, life in Krakow has steadily increased in pace and intensity. As I have got to know more and more people, there has been a continual … Continue reading

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