If you read my blog from time to time, you would know that I had a chance to study abroad for 2 years. The first year was in Bolzano, northern Italy and the second year was in Karlskrona, Southern Sweden. Each year gave me different experiences and those 2 years changed me from a person
I love traveling solo. Some said you can meet great friends while traveling alone. A stranger could become a good friend. But, I rarely talk with people I meet during the trips. Why? Because I am bored with the same questions We usually start the conversation with questions like “Where are you from?” “Where have
With Erasmus Mundus scholarship, I had a chance to study in 2 countries in Europe: Italy and Sweden. Before I flew abroad, one of my intentions was to learn new languages. I intended to learn Italian while living in Italy, and learn Swedish while living in Sweden. And, I did. I registered to language courses.
Travel solo was always one of the things that I wanted to do once in my life. And I did it several times while studying abroad. While studying in Europe, besides traveling as much as I can, I also tried travelling solo. At first, I feared. I feared that I would get lost. I feared
If you read my blog from time to time, you would know that I got an Erasmus Mundus scholarship which allowed me to study master degree in 2 countries in Europe for 2 year. The first year was in Italy and the second year was in Sweden. Those 2 years were my perfect time to
While living and traveling in Europe for 2 years, I found that many budget travels choose to stay overnight in the airport when they have an early flight. It helps save on hotel costs. I myself did it once, but not to save the costs. I spent a night at Düsseldorf International airport waiting for
Living abroad is different from traveling abroad. This is a thing that I learned from living in Australia for 3 months, in Italy for a year, and in Sweden for 1 year. When I want to travel to a country, what I usually do before a trip is planning. Choose a place first. Then, choose
When I first arrived Europe, I told my friends that I would fly back home during summer break. Then, after finishing my first year in Italy, I travelled around and flew directly to Sweden to study my second year. One of my friends told me when we met that he would not fly back home,
Many people travel in order to find themselves. I was in doubt. Why do we have to go somewhere in order to find ourselves? Have you ever in doubt about this? I had ever wanted to know that how the “themselves” that people were finding was. 722 days that l lived in Europe. 722 days
After presentation in the morning, I had a meeting with my advisor in the afternoon to summarize what I had to do later for my thesis. My advisor congratulated me on the result. She told me that I was lucky because the teacher who usually was an examiner disappeared, and my opponent did not prepare himself.