I have been in the Netherlands for just over three weeks and I already feel at home here. TU Delft has been extremely welcoming and the last few weeks have … Continue Reading TU Delft
When you hear people reminiscing about their time on exchange you can guarantee that at some point they will refer to it as being the best time of their life. … Continue Reading Hej Jönköping!
Berlin feels like a collective of smaller cities within the city, with endless parks, galleries, neighbourhoods, repurposed buildings and clubs to explore. I have only been here a few weeks, … Continue Reading Berliner Luft
Whilst this is not my first time in Hong Kong, it always surprises me how busy and bustling this compact city can be. It is a crazy mixture of both … Continue Reading It’s Never Boring
As I stepped foot off my flight onto the island that is Hong Kong I took it all in. Looking out I could see a city/ country that wasn’t quite … Continue Reading Hong Kong – The perfect blend of vibes
My experiences getting to Denmark, Aarhus and my first day there. It was far easier to apply and be accepted for exchange than anything else to come. This process, at … Continue Reading Things I Didn’t Expect…
Hello!! It’s my first day in Japan and I think I went from ‘I really like it here’ to ‘I kind of want to go home’ in the span of … Continue Reading Tokyo: Day 1
Just yesterday, I submitted my 3 months notice of leave to my landlord. Wow, time really does fly when you’re having fun! Throughout the past 3-4 month of my exchange … Continue Reading Exchange of …
You might remember being in high school, doing your HSC exams and the small eternities that stretch between the teacher calling “one minute left!” and the timer going off. That’s … Continue Reading Salut, Bonjour et bonne journée!
The first thing that people would say when I told them I was going on exchange was – “Man I totally wish I had done an exchange!” Followed by – … Continue Reading Head in a Fishbowl
A few months ago, Schwäbisch Gmünd was just another frightening German word that made very little sense to my simple Aussie mouth. This would however, turn out to be the German … Continue Reading Try Pronounce: Schwäbisch Gmünd
I am currently sitting at the halfway point here on my semester at Nottingham University in Ningbo, China. From the moment stepping off the plane in Shanghai on the 7th … Continue Reading Halfway mark at The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
Berlin is great. You already knew that. But it is great! Arriving early march was painful, coming from the lovely warm spa town of Baden-Baden in germany’s south. I had … Continue Reading Berlin Beginings
Firstly, whilst Germans are stereotyped for their efficiency, they do not hesitate to schedule their semesters much later than the rest of Europe. This being said, I won’t officially begin … Continue Reading Pre-Semester Travels
I’ve been in Copenhagen for almost three months. Landing in mid January, I weathered the last of the winter, a couple of impressive city snowfalls, and now April lurks on … Continue Reading Hej Copenhagen! It’s been a treat getting to know you
When arriving in Denmark many of my preconceptions of this Scandinavian country where immediately confirmed. It was extremely cold, beautiful and cosy. Best of all the people where great!