Japan is always the first in my bucket list among all the countries that I want to travel. Exchange to Sophia University for one semester is definitely a great opportunity to explore this amazing country. Continue reading “#GaijinLife”
What to expect when arrive?
Once you arrive in Tokyo airport, you will be issued a residence card, which looks like the one below. Please remember to provide these documents below upon arrival: Continue reading “Arriving in Tokyo”
Copenhagen, a city known for many things, spectacular architecture, wonderful history, cheap(er) beer and the famous biking Vikings. And I can tell you it’s all true and much much more. Copenhagen is a city overflowing with culture. The city itself feels close-nit and dense with especially during nice summer days where everyone congregates by their nearest body of water. The canals, rivers and beaches that have influenced the history and architecture of the city. Continue reading “Copenhagen, Not just the happiest place in the world.”
I’ve only been in Japan for a few days, but I’m ecstatic from what I’ve experienced so far. I’ve met so many great people and the cultural shock and differences from Australia have been life changing. Continue reading “Konnichiwa from Nippon!”
Settling into Lund was a breeze, people of all ages speak fluent English and are quite friendly and eager to help you out. The town itself was founded in 1020 and is adorable with colourful architecture and cobbled streets being in the centre and student housing surrounding it. Virtually no one has a car so the entire town is littered with bicycles, there aren’t many hills so it is no sweat to bicycle everywhere. Just make sure you purchase a good bicycle, this is imperative. It is summer right now so everything is lush and every 100 metres is a blooming apple tree, making for great snacks.
Continue reading “Hej Lund!”
Copenhagen is bloody great. I’ve been here living here for close to a month now and he Nordic city lives up to the hype of “happiest people on earth”, “most liveable city” etc. Continue reading “Hej København!”
I have just spent my first full day at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (aka WU- which is a lot easier to pronounce!). It’s only been a day, so here’s what I think of it all so far! Continue reading “First Day in Vienna at WU!”