(Some belated thoughts on my last exchange mixed with life here and now) I am currently sitting alone in my room, after several intense but unforgettable days with some of my best friends from my Erasmus exchange in France visiting my city. My 20 square meters room and student corridor became the
It is the 14th of August; soon 9 o’clock and I have been in Doha since 4 in the morning. By our arrival it was already over 30 degrees even though the sun had not yet came out. Right now I am sitting in the lobby of my hotel (yes, hotel, because there is only 1 hostel in Doha and it’s far far
By the time I start writing this, it is 8 pm the 16th of July. This was a very long way and quite frustrating. I jumped on a train from Chengdu to Xian yesterday and finally arrived 17 hours later, at 1 p.m. today. I saw a city that in many ways seemed cooler than Chengdu, at least judging from the
I had forgotten how it was to think about every extra gram you carry in your backpack. All of a sudden, that extra t-shirt you brought with you seems completely unnecessary and you just want to through it away to avoid that pain in the back that lasts for a little while every time you move from one
Day 1 in China I am currently sitting on the hardest bed I have ever been close to in my life. Besides a +- 2 cm “mattress”, there is nothing between you and the wood of the bunk bed. In the background I hear the air conditioning which is pretty needable as the temperature drops to no less
(Written while waiting in Aucklands Airport the 4th of July) I am on my way to China, starting with Shanghai, and I just left Australia behind. Feels like I have been crying constantly the last week here because friends were leaving all the time, but now that I am here I don’t really think I get
I have now finished 3 of my 4 courses in UNSW and tomorrow I have my absolutely last assignment, exam or whatsoever here in Australia. This means that in 24 hours my winter vacation, that will soon turn into summer vacation, starts. Last week I have been planning quite a bit and now I know at
Last time I wrote in my diary I had a list of things to do before leaving Australia and I'm working on it. This are the results so far: (X= Check) - Buy a boomerang - Canberra (Booked: 28 may) - Royal National Park - (Port Stephens) - x Try vegemite - x Coogee-Bondi walk - Paddington - x Imax
The last trip was to Melbourne, the second biggest metropolis in Australia and the "rival" of Sydney, as they always compete over the title of the best city. I should defend Sydney, but I am weak for Melbourne and wish I had stayed there more! During my stay I saw the Great Ocean Road (including
Life in Australia is still a bit complicated at times but I feel good anyways. Still a part of my life to remember so to hell with the obstacles :) getting over them. So, we had a needable midbreak because as I wrote before, I have to study more than back in Lund. We have assignments and things to
Updates of stops here and there.
Soon to come and I can't wait :) For knowledge and leisure, here i goooo
Meeting up with lovely friends from Nantes, Sydney and Sweden here and there. Nice to see your homes and cities !
Time for some Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand & Singapore. Sunlight and crazyness, here I come.
Studies abroad & trips here and there. These are in short the cities I plan to visit. But who knows what happens! In several countries my plan is to travel around, so the marked points are where I am supposed to take an airplane or a boat to the next stop. The traveling around is mostly gonna happen in New Zealand and in Asia, as I will be studying a semester abroad both in Sydney and Nantes. The trips starts with Christmas celebration with my Mexican family. can't wait!
Thought it might be a good idea to update some old trips made the last years.