By: DaisyB
So anyone who knows me knows that I don’t particularly follow fashion trends. I’m perfectly content in jeans and an old hoodie, paired with a pair of classic Converse. I like simple clothes that all...
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At the end of September this year I moved to Calabria (a region in southern Italy which forms the toe of the Italian Peninsula) to start working as an English language assistant in a local secondary...
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By: CleaG
As I write this I’m sat on a bumpy bus back to Santiago in Chile where I am currently working as a language assistant for the year. I’ve just spent the weekend in a city 5 hours north of Santiago...
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By: VickyC
If you’re lucky enough to travel or live abroad – perhaps as part of an exchange or work experience – in order to get the most out of your stay it’s essential to mix with the locals. This allows you...
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By: AmyA
Moving abroad can be a challenging experience. You leave your family, friends and everything you know behind. You enter a new culture where the customs and sometimes the language are different. But...
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By: KateK
When the first flakes of snow fly past my window, I know it has begun: another Montreal winter will soon arrive, and it could stay for six months. How to describe the winter here? It is long,...
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