this is the second part of my little Scandinavia feature, where I am telling you all about the trip to Denmark and Norway that I took. The tips and photos from Copenhagen are already up. Next up is my post about Aarhus. Since my stay here was a more personal one where I visited a good friend of mine that I hadn’t seen in quite a while, I won’t be sharing as much of what I did, but I will give you tips on what you could do 🙂
Aarhus is the second biggest city in Denmark and really popular amongst students and artists. Here are my favorite things:
as this year is certainly coming to an end, I want to look back for a minute or two and remember all the fun things that I did and discovered this year. Hope you’re joining me on the ride!
4 new and foreign cities, 3 new capitals and 3 new countries. (And so much more.)
I can’t even tell you, which of the trips I found most exciting. They were all awesome and I got to discover new things everywhere. However, my trip through Denmark to Oslo in Norway was special, since I got to meet up with so many of my international friends along the way. Since I have so much to tell you about this trip, I am still working on individual blog posts about each of the cities that I saw. I will, of course, link them here as soon as they’re up. The post about Copenhagen is already up. You can find it here.
since Christmas is near and I remember quite clearly how it was to spend my first Christmas without my family two years ago, I wanted to collect some tips for all the people out there who are currently on exchange or away from their families for other reasons.
while I am super busy this week preparing for my Biochemistry GRE, I found the wonderful Mariah from staywithmeonthis.com, who offered to help me out by writing a guest post on this blog.
Mar is a recent graduate from Arizona State University, a proud supporter of the Devils, and blogs about planners, DIY’s, makeup, fitness and random life adventures. Today she will be telling you about the top 10 things to do in Phoenix, Arizona. Enjoy!
I am finally starting with the recap of my one-week Scandinavia trip that I did at the end of May this year. Within 10 days, I visited Denmark and Norway, stopped in three very different cities (Copenhagen, Århus, and Oslo), took three different kinds of transportation, meet a lot of new people, and got to see a bunch of old friends. Come, join me for the first part of my recap and get some useful tips on the way. Enjoy!
I wrote this blog post about three months ago when I was officially back in Germany for one year already. I originally wanted to start my blog with this post, but then decided to start with the article that I wrote right after I came back. Now I decided to finally post it before it gets too old to actually matter. Enjoy!