“…It’s a quiet village” are the unforgettable first few lines of Beauty and the Beast and a song that I can’t stop singing as I walk through the pastel German houses … Continue Reading Little Town
The thing about France is that it throws you into the deep end. In Amsterdam they speak perfect English, in Berlin all university students are close to fluent English speakers, … Continue Reading Exchange in Reims, France
Ryerson University, a technical focused institution in the heart of downtown Toronto, just down the road from the prestigious University of Toronto. It has a whole bunch of brutalist style … Continue Reading Started from the bottom (of the world) now we’re here
UWhen I first visited Barcelona during 2 months Euro-trip in the summer of 2014, I told myself: I shall be back to this amazing city one day. Little did I … Continue Reading Everyday in Spain is a fiesta!
Spring is here! The birds are chirping, the sun is out and an array of flowers fills the cityscape. It has been 27 days since I arrived in Germany, and … Continue Reading Guten Tag!
I have been happily calling Stockholm home for the last 2 months and what a magical home it has turned out to be. The city itself is arranged neatly on … Continue Reading The land of ice and snow-Sweden Exchange.
On January 2nd I said an emotional farewell to my family and friends in Sydney as I prepared for my departure to Copenhagen. Although thinking back, the hardest goodbye was … Continue Reading Hej from København!
Venice, my unique treasure… Written by Elyse Popplewell. For a visitor of Venice, sauntering in the historic calli is like taking a limoncello shot. It’s overwhelming, gloriously intoxicating and very, very … Continue Reading Venezia, mio tesoro unico
Before I acquaint you with La Universidad de Montevideo, perhaps it’s wiser to get our bearings of where the university is located. Montevideo is the capital city of Uruguay- a … Continue Reading A Gringo Abroad
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 … Continue Reading Hej København!
While I have only been in Copenhagen for two weeks, it doesn’t take long for this city to feel like home. I arrived here after travelling through Spain and Portugal, … Continue Reading Exploring Copenhagen
Going on exchange to Spain has always been a fairytale dream of mine and it’s very surreal to finally be able to call Segovia my home. I have been preparing … Continue Reading Santi Takes Segovia
Any new city is daunting to an outsider. No matter how well organized, its layout will elude any confused and tired traveler. It takes focus, time and a smidgen of … Continue Reading Tips for CityU students living off-campus in Hong Kong
Two weeks ago I arrived at Stockholm University to pick up the keys to my new home for the next 6 months. While making my way to my accommodation from … Continue Reading The land of IKEA doesn’t disappoint!
After a 32-hour transit from Sydney including a missed connection at Heathrow airport, I was looking forward to a little R&R when I first landed in Zurich 3 days ago. … Continue Reading Zürich – First Impressions
Leaving my family at the airport seems almost a distant memory after just two weeks in Toronto. Traveling to a foreign city can be daunting, and I left feeling completely … Continue Reading Hello Toronto!