Romania, far from the clichés

If I tell you “Romania”, for most people here, this is not your dream destination. Very often, we associate Romania and poverty, but also Romanians to Roma, who are in fact two separate things, we will come back to that later, or even communism. I actually discovered a country that

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What changed in my life after six months living in the Netherlands

It’s been six months since I left France for the Netherlands, so it’s time to make a little track record of my life here, and of what has changed compared to my life in France. It’s only been six months, and I feel like it’s been much longer. Indeed, in

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International Film Festival Rotterdam

Each year since 1972, Rotterdam home the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), one of the most famous film festival in Europe. It focuses on independent and experimental cinema by young talents, as well as recognized filmmakers. For more than 10 days (from January 23rd to February 3rd this year), you

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Sinterklaas in the Netherlands

In this Christmas season, I have to tell you about a typical Dutch tradition, which is St. Nicholas, Sinterklaas in Dutch (not to be confused with Santa Claus). Indeed, in the Netherlands, St. Nicholas is much more important than Christmas and Dutch people are very attached to it. Explanations, therefore,

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