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Read blog posts written by young people who share their experiences of living abroad.
Coffee is an integral part of Italian culture and since arriving here over six months ago, I have definitely drunk a lot of it!
The Caribbean is a festive place, and Martinique is no exception.
As the city of Valencia has finally calmed down after a crazy week of festivities, I have finally had the time to reflect on my experience at the incredible festival of Les Falles (in Vale
Recently I took a solo trip to Chicago during spring break and it got me thinking about the many positives of travelling alone. I will share three with you today!
Learning a foreign language is a demanding process and it can be easy to feel stuck at any stage.
Baking has become increasingly popular in the UK in recent years.
We are all aware that practical exercises using textbooks and classroom materials are valuable when it comes to language learning.
The plane touched down in Rio de Janeiro. Until then I had been enjoying the in-flight movies, the free ice cream and the fact that no one sat next to me for the entirety of the flight.
This will sound strange to some and perhaps quite familiar to others: in my family, we only took down the Christmas tree almost halfway through the month of January.
Before my year as a language assistant, I never imagined I could enjoy teaching as much as I do.
On what was just a regular, cold Friday morning in an icy train station, I witnessed something that brought a tear to my eye.
Avocado’s recent popularity growth is hard to ignore.
In a world surrounded by bad news, it may feel like an unhappy place sometimes. However, you can make a difference.
Recently I was watching a stand-up comedy sketch by a comedian called Trevor Noah, a mixed-race comedian from South Africa who often discusses important topics such as discrimination and racism.
Idioms are one of the hardest parts of learning a language. For those of you who don’t know, an idiom is a phrase which has a meaning, but the meaning is not clear from the words themselves.
Germans have a word wanderlust which translated into English would be ‘the desire to wander’. Nowadays the opportunity to travel is endless.
Basel is often referred to as the cultural capital of Switzerland, but what exactly can you do in this Swiss city?
1. The Rhein
Everyone loves travelling, right? Unfortunately, depending on where you want to go, money can sometimes be a problem … but not if you’re prepared.
Spending Christmas in a foreign country can be a truly eye-opening experience, especially since it’s easy to assume that as a worldwide festivity, most countries probably celebrate in a fairly simi
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