Time to look back

Yes, this was it. My adventure in Italy. My study abroad in Florence. I dreamed about this for years. And now, is the time to look back at everything. Was it what I expected together with the study? Was I shocked by the cultural differences? How was this period compared to England and Chile? YouContinue reading “Time to look back”

November, a delighted month

November, a month where amazing and beautiful things have happened. However, yes, the real deal has also started. We need to study but yeah, it became time after doing nothing for school the last three months. I also had my last visitors, we celebrated Halloween and went to an Opera. Welcome back, lovely readers! ThisContinue reading “November, a delighted month”

Family came over for six days

The planning was full and, although they thought they were coming to Florence to rest and relax, they were wrong about that. Welcome to the story of my way of transporting myself in Florence, which basically mean: walking, walking, walking. To make it a little easier I will list the things we did by day and thenContinue reading “Family came over for six days”

My first visitor in Florence

Our first little holiday together without parents. Marie-claire (short cut; Claire) and I have known each other since we were born/very little because our parents are close friends. However, we never went on holiday together, because when we did, we went with both families, which was amazing but now it is our time! Claire and IesContinue reading “My first visitor in Florence”

My Italian life besides university

A question that people have asked me several times already. What do you do when you are not at the university? Well… So, where to start. Okay. Eating and partying are probably the things I do the most besides university ha-ha. My days at the university are short and either start 10:15 or 18:00 inContinue reading “My Italian life besides university”

How is studying at the Università degli Studi di Firenze?

“We find studying very important here in Italy” is what the vice president of the University said on our introduction day, which is already almost three weeks ago. I must say, a lot of things have happened. For us, unusual things… First of all, unfortunately, we don’t have so many classes with Italian students. Most ofContinue reading “How is studying at the Università degli Studi di Firenze?”