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Only by passing a few days in the Argentine capital, you can’t help but notice the extraordinary amount of dogs, and their poops, everywhere on the streets. Once, during a dinner at a restaurant in the dog friendly Recoleta neighborhood, I counted 68 dogs passing by in dog peak hours between 8PM and 10 PM.

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Xin Cao!   Once you have settled in Hoi An, although it is still a wonderful city, it might become a bit quiet in contrast to the busier and more populated cities in Vietnam. Furthermore, Vietnam is much more than simply the tranquil city Hoi An. Due to this, many students traveled during our stay,

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For this blogpost, I interviewed 5 people from our course and asked them about different aspects of their experiences in Vietnam. Let’s read and find out what these interesting humans have to say! Lasse, 20, Norway Every time I go to the market here in Vietnam and I go up and down on the market’s

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Buenos Aires has a thriving art scene and it is full of museums. The city is a «culture powerhouse», as described by CNtraveler. If you are planning to visit a good few during your time in this special city, start touring the sooner the better. To mention some, you have the Museo Evita in Palermo,

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An Amateur Guide on Where to eat, study and relax in Hoi An. Hoi An is a beautiful city to live in. It offers vibrant colors, busy street markets, floating lights, friendly locals and a beautiful culture. From the beginning of my stay in Hoi An, I couldn’t help but marvel at the beauty of

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Whether you like adrenaline, beautiful scenery or to just chill out, Pokhara has it all. These are some of the activities we did in the weekends.   Rafting Water activities is a speciality of Nepal and particularly Pokhara. Canoeing, canyoning, swimming in the river and rafting are amongst the possibilities. Seven of us decided to

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Celebrated for its dazzling beaches, ecstatic people and flavorful fruits, Brazil is the joyful sister of the more nostalgic Argentina. Though the languages spoken are different, it is not too hard to get by and talk to locals if you know some Spanish. From Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro is a 41 hours bus trip

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Seven proofs of why argentines are mad about football 1.Boca Juniors is to play River Plate in the historic final in Copa Libertadores, the South American Football Confederation version of the Championes League in Europe. The tension between the two Buenos Aires- based clubs is so high that whenever the teams meet, supporters from the

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Xin Cao!   It has been a while since I wrote something here and since last time much has happened. The course in Hoi An sadly has ended and we have all gone to different places around the world. Still, we are not quite done yet, as we do have to finish our Home Exam

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This is written in the car on the way to a beach in Sri Lanka where I’ll write my exam. That’s one of the great things about Kulturstudier; you can travel and study at the same time. What’s even better is that you learn so much about Nepal and the surrounding countries in South Asia

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