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Some new faces have already started appearing within the halls of Erasmus University. I still remember time when I first arrived in Rotterdam – an exciting and challenging time. So, I thought about sharing a few tips that might be useful for those moving here and even maybe for those who has already been here […]

Hey there! I hope you all are doing great: either already enjoying the first days of Christmas vacation (jealous sigh), studying hard for the upcoming exams or partying hard anyway 😉 – here are a few ideas how you can spend your free time in the rest of December and a bit of January. IF YOU […]

If you have been wondering lately why you constantly continue seeing this Santa-like looking dude everywhere – this blog will hopefully enlighten you about this mysterious man. So basically who/what is Sinterklaas? When one says «Sinterklaas», then what is meant is either: a much-loved celebration on the 5th of December or Saint Nicholas – a […]

After living in the Netherlands for 2 months I would say that Dutch cuisine is rather underrated and oversimplified to fries (or patat), sausages and various sandwiches with all  possible fillings. But  actually it has more things to offer. And here I would like to list some of my personal favourite dishes that I have […]

Hey! My name is Anastacia and I am an International Psychology student, currently in my first year of a bachelor program. When packing my suitcase to NL, I, frankly speaking, was already making plans about where to travel to and what places to see in the Netherlands and abroad. The top five places on my […]

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