Bulgaria, part 2: an exhausting journey

 The first part in a nutshell “The surprise trip”: No sleep- Bucharest- Bus- Constanta- Hitchiking- No phone Battery- “Korean taxi” – Varna  After our adventure to reach Varna, we met our French friends in their flat. Excited to see them again, we strated catching up about our different Erasmus lives (Norway-Romania-Bulgaria). It was really good to share our experiences…

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A part of me

Following the #ErasmusLoveStory, I decided to write something closer to me and, obviously, about myself.  Before coming to Erasmus, a lot happened. I wasn’t the perfect sister or friend, it was a phase that affected some people around me, but I was only the lucky girl who had the right people beside her. They helped…

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All we need is someone to lean on…

According to French newspaper Le Figaro, the student exchange programme would have been responsible for the birth of more than a million children in its 27 years of existence. Unfortunately not all erasmus love stories have such fairy-tale endings. But our stories…   By the way we don’t have a child YET 🙂   Before…

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Bulgaria.Part one : The surprise trip

 “Surprise” is the perfect word to resume this trip! The first ,,ingredient” is  Adrien, a friend, who’s nicknamed “Laguitte”, and he’s from France. We are classmates in Orléans and he is also Erasmus, but in Norway.  When he decided to spend one week in Bucharest, I organized a surprise trip in Bulgaria to see 2…

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Independent woman

As a little kid, I was so stubborn, that my parents gave up on me and let me do whatever I thought was right for me at that point in my life. Surprisingly though, most of the decisions I took brought me more benefits than drawbacks. Happily. As you grow up as a girl, you…

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Connections

Chloë left yesterday and the apartment feels emptier than ever, even though we’re still three (four ‘cause my sister is visiting me). Saying goodbye to this special person affected us all. I wasn’t expecting to feel so close to someone in this period of my life, she was my Erasmus sister and everyone knew that…

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Which country do you prefer?

  During my 5 months in Bucharest, I met a lot of Erasmus and their different: cultures, languages, behaviours, rules… I love to discover these things to understand others and also to share mine with them. When someone asks the following question: Which country do you prefer ? The name of this country begins by…

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My (Romanian) addictions

When I was in Portugal, I barely had what I called “addictions”. Well, actually, I just had one – Chocolate! But now, Romania gave me plenty more, some that won’t and can’t be continued once I get back to Portugal. #1 Food: I used to like food, now I find myself loving it. I can…

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