This is not a normal post. You can assume that, by writing this post, either the food in the school cafeteria is horrible or it's amazing... Let's see the review in this post! Luckily, during your Erasmus you have the opportunity to try some of our normal food in the school cafeteria. Each school has... Continue Reading →
Studying or living abroad as a vegan shouldn't be a challenge. That's why you have an app and website that specializes in finding vegan restaurants nearby! Covering more than 190 countries, this is the perfect place to search for a local café or restaurant near you or anywhere in the globe. From 1999 that HappyCow... Continue Reading →
It's your first time out of the house and you have meat in the fridge for a week. You are on a budget and you are not sure if the meat is spoiled or not, but you don't want to call anyone. Luckily, now there's a weeksite you can use to be sure! Eat By... Continue Reading →
This will be my last post about Portugal till September. I will write new posts In September for new Erasmus students that will arrive in Portugal. Till then, remember to check our last posts to get new ideas and discover new things about this wonderful country. Ok, let's continue with this post. I don't know... Continue Reading →
When I was in the Netherlands, a citizen there asked me if Portugal has its own language. IT HAS! Portuguese is in the top 10 most spoken languages in the world. We don't only speak Portuguese in Portugal, but also in Brazil and several African nations including Mozambique and Angola. After teaching you how to order... Continue Reading →
On this Christmas day, I hope you already made plans for the New Year's Eve! We take New Year's Eve very seriously, as you will see it here. Some of them are traditions, and some of them are just things we started doing randomly. Eat 12 Raisins It's really a tradition to eat 12 raisins... Continue Reading →
Every country has amazing traditions and, of course, we do too. Check here what do we have to offer.
After traveling throughout Europe there was a map who I loved the most. Most first-time visitors of Oporto rarely go beyond the most famous tourist sites from downtown. It’s not surprising: the city is so amazing that the best places are hidden by locals. For those who have seen the main sites, have more time, or... Continue Reading →