I am finally back to my favourite country! It took me so long to get here again, a lot or paper work, stress, and planning, but it is worth every second spent! This time I didn’t come as a tourist, I organized the PhD exchange for 2 months. As my home university does not have… Continue reading Back to Portugal! ❤
These are still the pictures from Wednesday. I always feel even more welcomed when the weather is so good, like this time. I was walking around the city for about an hour. Some of the streets were tiny and toy-alike, they were resembling those from fairytales.
С Пасхой! Hyvää pääsiäistä! Feliz Páscoa! Glad Påsk! 🐣 This year, the Easter fell on the same day for Christianity (usually Orthodox Easter is on a different day). I was always amazed that religious holidays are treated with such respect in Finland, no matter if people are believers or not. In Russia, such kind of… Continue reading Happy Easter!
I have been writing a lot about places I have traveled to. However, I hardly wrote anything about the country which was home for me for the last 8 years. This post will be very private, I gonna open up how I feel about the country I live in. These 8 years were full of… Continue reading What Finland Means To Me
I finished writing about Portugal, and I was considering what the next topic could be. As my blog is about travelling and cultural experience, I decided to describe several things from Russia, which can be odd to you. 1. Mug. This is a typical print on the mug, which is used, for example: for boiling… Continue reading 8 Things From Russia Which May Surprise You
There are individualistic societies, and there are societies referring to collectivism. They both function well and have their advantages. The only thing which matters is what suits personally you best. Coming from the southern Russia, I feel more comfortable in collectivist society, like Portuguese. What is so special about it? This is probably the most… Continue reading Why Do I Love Portuguese People?
My today’s post differs from the previous ones. I decided to write about… how people eat a kiwi in two neighbour countries: Finland and Russia. I know the whole idea sounds ridiculous because how different it actually can be? But with Finnish friends we discussed this a lot, and it turned out that we do… Continue reading How Do You Eat Kiwi?