Holiday time!

If summer, then holidays! Once you know that your time at a specific place is getting to the end, you try to discover just one more, one more, and one more place. All those cities you planned to visit, all those things you wanted to do but in the end, of course you didn’t have time … More Holiday time!

Irene – Interview

Irene, 25 years old, comes from the beautiful city of Modena, Italy. Her name derived from a Greek word meaning ‘peace’. And this is the perfect word to describe this girl. She was always curious about the world, languages and cultures, and travelled around Europe quite often with her family with their caravan. In result, she also … More Irene – Interview

Travelling in France: 12 ways to get around cheap or comfortable

In each country, there are many different ways to get from point A to point B. Two years ago in France, I checked only the carpooling but now I know how many different possibilities we have here and, well, how much it can be hard to find all these different possibilities. Even for the French sometimes… First, let … More Travelling in France: 12 ways to get around cheap or comfortable

Christmas Nîmois

Christmas – the most magical time of the year, when the whole family is together, everybody is superhappy and loves everyone – was approaching. But since I don’t think of it in this way, I was awaiting for Christmas in Nîmes. Plus, the tickets are superexpensive, it takes way too long to get back to my … More Christmas Nîmois

Light Up Christmas

Around a month before the famous December 25, the Christmas spirit arrives everywhere in the form of Christmas markets, different decorations and lights in the streets and on buildings. It’s like this for example in Hungary, in Germany and also in France. The shops are decorated: The statues are lit up: The most important buildings … More Light Up Christmas

Evaluation of the Challenge of the Year

Sleeping three hours, running to the railway station when the happy sober people are returning from their Thursday night cultural activities, and taking that famous French train called TGV that helped me cover 1000 km within 5 hours. And why? To attend an evaluation seminar of Erasmus+ youth exchanges. Over forty youth workers and 6 trainers gathered … More Evaluation of the Challenge of the Year