I stood in the line to get into Versailles for hours, I spent the whole day in Natural History Museum in London, I was trying to understand the Islamic history in David collection museum in Copenhagen, I was enchanted and outraged at the same time because of all that gold in Vatican museums. And then, there is that one little museum that I’ve visited three or four times already. And to where I take every single foreign friend that comes to visit me.
"ERASMUS IS JUST PARTYING" "Erasmus is just partying," was the most common sentence people said when I announced I'm going to study abroad. Mostly these words came from people who didn't leave Slovenia for more than two weeks. From people who mostly spent those two weeks in camp in Poreč, at Croatian sea side. As … Continue reading WHAT HAVE I LEARNED ABOUT ERASMUS
"UNTIL THE NEXT TIME IN BRATISLAVA!" After listening to a very friendly Spanish receptionist about her latest trip to my country's capital city, Bratislava, and after me telling her she should come back to my country's capital city Bratislava again soon, I hit the streets of Copenhagen. It was just us, me and Copenhagen. Noone else to travel with me, argue where to go, what to visit, or where to eat.
“DENMARK IS FLAT” Copenhagen was never on my bucket list. I was never interested in Denmark, all I knew about it was that is flat. I was never so into Denmark to wake up at 4 in the morning just to go on three hours long train ride to Cologne airport. Honestly, Denmark never interested me at all, why would I go there alone?
"ICH SPRECHE DEUTSCH SEHR SCHLECHT!!!" After five months in Germany, filled with excursions to the nearby and distant surroundings between weekends, and sometimes even instead of lectures, the last trip arrived. The last trip before my friends move back home and I go on my first ever solo trip to Denmark, for which I didn't even know if I would it survive.
"MUSTAFA HAS THE BEST DÖNNERS IN GERMANY" I'll always remeber Berlin as a city from a movie We children from the Bahnhof ZOO.