Even though I have so far only written about fun and adventurous things to do in Pokhara, we have, if there was any doubt, also quite a bit of schoolwork that must be done during our stay here in Nepal. The study programme is divided into three parts: self-study, group exam and individual exam. In

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In Ghana food is an important part of the culture, and definitely something worth exploring when living and studying in Ghana. Everywhere you travel huge commercial sign is put along the road. Showing happy people eating home cooked Ghanaian food, and I’m pretty sure 90% of the sign is about tomato paste. Yes, you read

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Hoi An is know for its many tailors. There is probably more tailor stores than anything else in Hoi An, so getting something tailor made when you stay there is almost essential. It is actually around 630 tailor stores in Hoi An, and more popping up every now and then. Even though there is a

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In the vast desert of Patagonia, where the endless Route 40 continues straight through the windy and dry landscape, there is a wonder to visit if you get off the road.  Located in the province of Santa Cruz, “Cueva de las Manos” is famous for the paintings of hands and guanacos (in the llama family)

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The highly anticipated long weekend. Or maybe not too anticipated as we are enjoying our time in Hoi an, but the chance to see more of the beautiful Vietnam is always something to look forward to. All these amazing places to visit and not enough time to do it. We ended up with traveling all

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It started with Greta Thunberg, the 16-years-old Swedish girl with long braids who refused to go to school. Instead, she sat down in front of the Swedish parliament to fight climate crisis. Almost every Friday since August she brought her handwritten placard “Skolstrejk för klimatet” protesting. What is the point of going to school if

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Where to even start. Hoi An has multiple cafes and restaurants, to find your favorites you have to explore a bit. And when you think you have tried them all, you have only scratched the surface. The amazing part about all these restaurants is that the selection of foods are wide. If you’re craving indian,

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They were hundreds of thousands. Women, girls, babies, transgender. They were singing and protesting, drumming and dancing, they flood the streets. All of them pushing for action on gender equality. To stop gender violence, men from killing women, so-called femicidios. “Girls, not mothers” was one of this years most important messages, after a 11-year-old girl

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The runner up to our long weekend we got a heads up to go to Accra. Because during this week there is an international break around the world, which means that the national teams are playing qualifying matches to the Africa Cup of Nations against Kenya. Ghana’s national team or as they are famously known

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