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As you might know I moved to Zürich for 3 months AT LEAST, that’s why I included on my Instagram profile ‘New in Zurich’.

         Long story short WHY

  • The power of love dragged me here
  • I am seeking job opportunities or planning to apply for a Master, so we can get rid of this LDR (~3 years was enough). If the one who is reading this is looking for an employee, I am THE ONE!
  • When you graduate in Denmark, the government is providing the graduates with unemployment benefits for maximum 2 years, when looking for a job in Denmark or maximum 3 months in other European country, so I took this chance.
  • I wanted to experience life in a bigger city, including higher fees along with a more exciting lifestyle

I don’t see what there is not to love about this city, especially when you are ‘ New in Zürich’ so I will specify few reasons to love this Zurich:
1. One of the most international city. The largest group of foreigners is from Germany ( 82 5467) , followed by Italy, Portugal, Serbia, Turkey, Kosovo, Austria and Spain (11 457).

2. It is the biggest city in Switzerland, though not too big but the right walking-distance city.

3. Many events. There is always something happening. Rare is the weekend without a festival, event or local holiday.

4. Public transportation is well organised.  It’s mind blowing in a good way to get around the city as the busses and trams have their own line.

5. The cars are WOW.  If you are a fan, just follow them on Instagram.

7. Cultural Highlights. Whether the National Museum, Kunsthaus Zürich, Cabaret Voltaire or the famous Zurich Opera House, or many exhibitions the city on the Limmat offers first-class cultural events.

8. You are surrounded by water. During the nicest season of visiting Zurich, the lake transfers to a melting pot of all social and sportive activities.

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The capital of Palma de Mallorca is the largest city of the Balearic Island and it attracts millions of tourists, mainly from UK (Magaluf) and Germany (S’Arenal). The south part is more commercial with lively nightlife, while the north one brings picturesque landscapes. Even if you prefer the north part, it is a must to discover Palma capital, as the island is relatively small.

From Can Pastilla to Palma you can either go by bus for 1,50 euro, 50 minutes or take a cab like we firstly did,  but paying 20 times more and yeah, lasting 15 minutes. The capital has everything from many old narrow streets winding towards Bellver Castle (14th century) and Royal Palace of La Almudaina to the fancy street Passeig des Born (very similar to Las Ramblas in Barcelona) which is now known as the Golden Mile hosting shops such as: Louis Vuitton, Mulbery, Hugo Boss, etc. The most famous landmark of the city today is  one of one of Europe’s tallest Gothic structure the Cathedral La Seu,  located to one side of the harbour and overlooks the seaside promenade.

Palma has the benefits of both a cosmopolitan city and an amazing seafront location, with a wide choice of fine property types and prices.

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Every time I spell the word ‘ Copenhagen’ I think about a famous Danish song -Copenhagen girls by Christopher. Listen it here because it’s really catchy. However, I know you expected to see photos of beautiful Danish girls, but no it will be only with me and my cousin. We finally met after 2 years of not seeing each other in beautiful vibrant Copenhagen.

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I fall in love more and more every time I go to Copenhagen. There’s something that attracts me like a magnet. Mostly the beautiful people, events, good weather-sometimes, shops, pubs, men are part of this spell.  Otherwise, just think about specific places such as: colourful Nyhavn, crowded Strøget, Christiania, Amalienborg Palace with the park, Royal Library Garden, Islands Brygge, etc. Another place which I recently discovered and fell in love with  is Papirøen , the city’s first and only genuine street food market.  You must go there and elso enjoy having brunch somewhere. Outdoor life is everything in Copenhagen, especially on sunny days.

The easiest way to get around is by bike,  as there are over 390 kilometres of designated bike lanes.  In this way you will experience the city as a local. The capital is world famous for its biking culture and for two years running, Copenhagen has been voted the best cycle city in the World by US sustainability experts Treehugger.

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TO BE CONTINUED…

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Let’s take a break and talk about suede, because the main piece from my outfit is made of this fabric. I know you are all about Easter or worse, about parties. I hope you noticed that one of 2016 trends is suede: suede shoes, jacket, dress, button-down skirts and accessories continue to be all the rage. There’s something about the texture of suede that makes me feel like in the 70s. You can combine the suede pieces with boho style or create a clean look by pairing your suede pieces with classic silhouettes. It feel like a second skin and you will look look effortlessly chic. Do you like suede or just the thought about keeping it clean terrifies you?

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The term Suede /ˈswd/comes from the French “gants de Suède”, which literally means “gloves from Sweden”

Now, I will reveal you the secret place from where I bought this yellow treasure: Read more

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Eager to know more about my trip in Berlin? Unfortunately, the day was shorter, but warmer than we thought and we chose to go by car to some specific tourist attractions such as: Checkpoint Charlie, The Jewish Museum and Postdamer Platz. The parking fee is Read more

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After 3 years of long hair, I finally decided that it is time for a change: a new haircut! People around me were making plans or the famous resolutions for the rest of the year, but I didn’t have something precise than few things about my perception and character. Then, I saw how my hair was spreading all over the places, so I scheduled an appointment at the salon.

 

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As I was explaining to many curious people, the cause of donating my natural hair to the children with cancer pushed me much more to do it than the need for

an adjustment. So, here I am whipping my hair back and forth as Willow Smith’s song says. I mean this haircut gives me freedom and Read more

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 There are plenty day trips  when choosing Crete. For example, we decided to go to an island off the coast of Crete, called Spinalonga. Today Spinalonga is mainly known as the Leper Island, because  it was a leper colony from 1903 until 1957.  The boats depart regularly from Agios Nikolaos, Elounda and Plaka and the ticket costs 10 euros.

Unfortunately, our expectations were higher than what we found there, but it might have been interesting for those who were passionate about history. Anyway, we enjoyed the long ride Read more

I’ve been busy as a bee, but that didn’t discourage me to continue my travel diary to Rome. What is Rome without visiting Vatican? Well…almost nothing because you will be highly fascinated by this city.  I must emphasize that the effort to get there is huge, but worthy and you need at least half of the day for that. We queued for 2 hours to see ‘Basilica de San Pedro‘ , but I swear that the first impression was overwhelming.

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When in Rome…

Have you seen that romantic movie ‘ When in Rome’? Unfortunately, I didn’t go there to live such a story, considering the absence of my boyfriend, but to discover this beautiful capital being accompanied by my Polish friend.

When I travel abroad, I usually try to get to know the overall and then I start digging into specific areas. Therefore, the same I did with Rome.  Even though we arrived late,that didn’t  stop us to explore the antique capital.

1st stop: Colosseum. We took the metro to Colosseum, where we were overwhelmed of its immensity once we got there. Obviously, the Morrocans couldn’t from there by selling different cheap souvenirs, including selfie sticks.

2nd stop Then, we went by foot beyond the Tiber to Trastevere, a charming Read more

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I am finally done with exams and I can do what I like the most: TRAVELLING. I opted for Rome this time,  due to the late summer in Denmark.  So, in less than 1 week I am going to taste the Italian flavour, but before that I want you to be aware of some essentials, when travelling.

I prefer to travel light and take strictly the necessary things with me, instead of carrying heavy luggages and being worried that I have to pay fees for extra kilos. I have a 16 years experience in travelling and along with that, I learnt few lessons:

  1. PLAN the trip. I know that being spontaneous might be the cherry on top of a trip, but sometimes it can turn into frustration, especially when you don’t know how to take advantage of it. Before getting there, establish some clear tourist attractions and research about surroundings.
  2. PACK light. You have to learn how to pack light. Decide several outfits for each day and take items that can be easily mix’n’ matched. Ah, and comfortable shoes are more than vital! I am sure you will have a consistent shopping experience, but that depends on the destination.
  3. EAT. Imagine that feeling of hunger, desperation Read more
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As many of you have probably noticed, I became a gym freak. I never thought that I could transform into that kind of person, who keeps talking about gym or health over and over again, but here I am. I was more or less surrounded by this kind of people, so I had to start from somewhere and moreover, I don’t like to see a pretty girl without any muscles.

Firstly, I went to zumba classes because a friend of mine is the instructor. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Martina-Mitseva-Zumba/1540221812892948?fref=ts

Everything began in February, because I fell in love with the people and place, especially that was 7 minutes away from home. So, I made an unlimited membership to Fit & Sund (http://www.fitogsund.dk/ ) and that’s how the fun started. I joined Body combat, which is program inspired by martial arts and draws from a wide array of disciplines such as karate, boxing, taekwondo, tai chi and muay thai. Besides these, I went to Core Attack, which is mainly for abs and trying to exercise on my own with dumbbells. Then, I mustered the courage to try Body Pump, the program for the toughest ones and I’ve Read more

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Color Run Aarhus wasn’t my first experience with this non-toxic colored powder.  In fact, I had been through this before, but this time was twice crazier. Why crazier? In general, because of the people and the weather conditions. Yeah, living in Denmark always comes down to weather, when finding excuses or describing situations.

Since the first race in 2012, The Color Run exploded across the globe. From more than 50 events and 600,000 participants in 2012 to over 100 events and more than 1 million participants in 2014. However, I wanted to join this event, as soon as I’ve heard about it. I’ve tried to convince more people from Horsens, in order to go as a team and obtain a good discount as well. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen because of different priorities and mainly the discouraging weather. When I started to have second thoughts of selling my ticked, I finally convinced a friend to join me and to run for 5 km.  Besides, worrying about parking place and arriving late, everything went great. As soon as we got there, Read more