Paris

I tried to think of some sort of trendy and eye-catching title for this blog post, but, to be honest, I think ‘Paris’ in itself is pretty exciting, so that’s how I’m leaving… Continue reading

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10 reasons to visit Hanover

Though it’s biased of me to say so, Hanover is an absolutely fantastic city. From what I’ve heard, it’s actually got a bad reputation for whatever reasons, but with it being the 13th… Continue reading

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Plans for the Summer

(The English translation is below the German part!) Ich habe bemerkt, dass etwas in meinem Blog fehlt, und zwar die deutsche Sprache. Ich bin ja hier, mein Deutsch zu verbessern, und deswegen macht… Continue reading

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March Highlights

Here are lots of fun highlights of my 8th month out on the continent. (Wow. 8th). —- 2nd March: Bonn and Haus der Geschichte Though it took a few attempts to do so,… Continue reading

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When Finlay came to Deutschland

As I mentioned would happen in my February Highlights blog, Finlay, along with Katie and Steve, came to visit me this past week. Not only was I really excited for it just to… Continue reading

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¡Hola Barcelona!

At last it was time to leave Germany for somewhere new, and not just England. And, with the advantage of knowing some fellow students who are doing their year abroad in Spain, Phoebe… Continue reading

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Funny things German pupils say

The kids at my school can say the most hilarious things, be it in English or even in German, so I thought I’d make a fitting blog post with some of my favourite… Continue reading

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February Highlights

February has been a hectic month, from gaining millions of sweets, to losing a really good friend (in the sense of her moving, nothing too serious). Here are the highlights of my 7th month… Continue reading

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Big Cam & Dan’s Berlin Trip

Last weekend, Millie and I headed to the wonderful capital of Germany: Berlin. After setting off at 6:30am from Hannover on Saturday with a journey of just under 2 hours, we’d already checked into… Continue reading

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Kölle Alaaf!

‘Kölle Alaaf!’ was something I said a lot of times this weekend, especially on Monday. The phrase is actually in the Kölsch dialect (the dialect in Cologne) and roughly translates in English to… Continue reading

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