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9 reasons to become an au pair

9 reasons to become an au pair

So my previous post, where I talked about why it sucks to be an au pair was quite controversial. While many of you agreed with my points, there were a few who took it very seriously and claimed I either ...

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What au pairs don’t talk about

What au pairs don’t talk about

Do you have any au pair friends? You constantly see them having fun with other girls at parties, exploring new places, going through countless adventures like diving or swimming with dolphins, getting tattoos or making cupcakes with adorable kids! Of ...

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The best travel buddy ever

The best travel buddy ever

I started travelling solo after I graduated high school at the age of 19. However being a solo female traveller can be overwhelming, so on my first trip to Russia I decided to get a travel buddy. So since 2013 ...

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Last week in Barnaul

Last week in Barnaul

After we came home from Novosibirsk Dana didn’t go to school, because it wouldn’t have made much sense to go only one day. So we spent Saturday just playing and making the homework that she’s missed. (Yes, there is school ...

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Week off in Novosibirsk

Week off in Novosibirsk

On Sunday my host dad dropped me off at the flat of Tanya. It was already past midnight so I went straight to bed. The next morning we discussed everything. She gave me key to her flat. We went together ...

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Big decision

Big decision

After grandpa’s 60th birthday I faced with a big decision. It took me many hours to make up my mind, and I ended up taking my parents’s advice. In the party some relatives invited me to Novosibirsk. Of course I ...

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As the bell rings

As the bell rings

School in Russia starts the same time as in Hungary: September 1st. I was looking forward to it, as it meant a whole new beginning for me. Not just because Dana spent time in school during the day. Also, because ...

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Week in review 5

Week in review 5

On Monday we had visitors. Natasa came early in the morning and left Mis there. So we spent the day together playing in the garden. Later Natasa came and brough her mum too. It was the first time I met ...

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Russian stereotypes come alive

Russian stereotypes come alive

If I had to describe my weekend with on word I’d say: Russian. I can’t possible imagine having a more Russian time than this was. All the stereotypes about Russia, you name it, I’ve experienced it during these 2 days. ...

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