Tag Archives: Krakow

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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Recent ramblings…

Hey everyone, Over the past 2-3 months my attitudes have changed several times in regards to this exchange. I originally came over here with the intention to stay abroad for much longer than the 6 months exchange. If I really … Continue reading

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Traveling with a little bit of study ;)

It feels like I only just sat down and wrote my last blog, but I think that was nearly 3 weeks ago. So again I have heaps of little stories to tell you about 🙂 In the last couple of … Continue reading

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Life Abroad…

Where has the time gone?! It has been weeks since I last wrote a blog but the time has gone soooo quickly and I have done so much. Not only that, I have been in Krakow over 2 months now, … Continue reading

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Familiar Territory

During my one month in Krakow, I have met people from so many different nationalities and backgrounds. This has been one of the most amazing and daunting parts of the whole experience. Often meeting and getting to know these people … Continue reading

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A Love Affair…. of sorts

My name is Ainslie Mulholland and I am 22 years old. I am studying Journalism at Griffith University in Brisbane. This would have been my final semester but I was offered the opportunity of a lifetime to study in Krakow … Continue reading

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