Tag Archives: Travel

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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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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Malmö: Month 2

Hej! Apologies for the delay between entries, the delay was caused by a combination of my business and a crash in the blog server! But I’m back on board and ready to update! So much has happened since my last … Continue reading

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Settled in and loving it :)

Here’s some info about what’s been going on in the last couple of weeks… 🙂 As to be expected, Orientation week was crazy! At Jagiellonian Uni we have a network called ‘ESN’ who are a social team that provide and … 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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Last week I got shocked. And I’m not a very impressionable person. Poisonous snakes, tornadoes and an unexpected overdraft on my bank account don’t trouble me excessively. But last week I got shocked. During our lecture the professor informed students … Continue reading

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The Invisible Dolphins

19 February , International Student Trip , Port Adelaide . Goal : see the Bottlenose dolphins , the most “urbanized” dolphins in the world .             Against their natural maritime calling they swim in the near-town , murky , fresh waters … Continue reading

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The Hong Kong Connection

07:00 local time , Hong Kong International Airport . Sitting on a bench in the international flights transfer area with a bottle of  Chinese or should I say Hongkongese * fresh green tea and a noisy family of  nondescript nationality … Continue reading

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Transitions

I cant believe that in less than two weeks I will set foot in Australia for the first time. Furthermore I will be doing it as a student at a university Ive heard so many good things about. That is … Continue reading

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Spain, no thank you.

Hi guys, This is just a quick update on what I have been doing the last little while. For Christmas I had the most wonderful time in Austria learning how to ski, visiting a friend and seeing all the beautiful … Continue reading

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