Tag Archives: Wanderlust

The 4 Best Youtube Channels to Help You Learn Italian

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Looking for some simple ways to practise your Italian? Why not consider Youtube? Let’s face it, many of us look at the app several times a day already; why not put it to work? With thousands of Youtubers and Youtube channels dedicated to helping us learn languages, Youtube has become an incredible tool for those(…)


The 4 Best Youtube channel to help you learn Portuguese

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Youtube is something most of us tend to scroll through at least once or twice a day. So why not use Youtube to help you with your language studies? There are thousands of Youtubers with dedicated channels waiting to help you with your language skills; why not give some a look? Here are some of(…)


The Five Best Youtube Channels to help you learn German

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Learning German and want to add a little something different to your studies? Why not use Youtube channels? There are thousands of amazing resources available for German learners on Youtube; to help you get started, here are some of our favorites.     Easy German   You will find Easy German on a lot of(…)


Four amazing Youtube channels to help you learn French

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Are you learning French and looking for some variety in your study material? Then look no further than Youtube! With thousands of channels intended for both native speakers and French learners, you are guaranteed to find something that you enjoy and will help. Not sure where to start? Here are some of the best Youtube(…)


8 Signs You’re a Travel Junkie

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A travel addiction can start out simply enough: you take that one trip that changes everything. Before you know it, you find yourself addicted to getting out there and seeing the world. And travel can be a bit like a drug. The more you do it, the more you want to do it (and the(…)


Hungarian and Polish: An Unlikely Language Alliance

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We know what you’re thinking. We’ve taken two of the, arguably, more difficult languages to master, and attempted to force them together like Mrs Bennett did with Elizabeth and the awful Mr Collins (Pride and Prejudice, folks), but we promise, there is a little more in common between these two languages than those two unfortunate(…)


5 Tips to Help You Self-Study as a Tourist

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When you study a language, you look for any opportunity to use it. Travel is one of the best as you have a chance to interact with a culture where your target language is spoken and you can also learn how people use it out in the real world. Not all of us have the(…)


Top 8 Thai Dishes You Won’t Want to Try

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Having lived in Thailand for a decade and a half, I’ve gotten used to some of the odder aspects of the culture, so it takes fresh eyes to remind me that there are feral dogs roaming around everywhere on three legs or that people routinely drive into oncoming traffic. Food can be included in the(…)


From Water Fights to Flying Candles: A Year of Festivals in Thailand

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Thailand is known world-wide as a party destination which is, in some ways, due to the fact that the Thai love to party. There are 20 official national holidays on the calendar in Thailand and about ten religious ones as well that add up to around 50 weekdays off a year. Thais celebrate New Year(…)


Carnival Celebrations Around the World

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Leading up to lent, in many Christian-influenced cultures there is a festival called Carnival. The word Carnival comes from carnevelare or “farewell to meat”, which explains the custom of abstaining from meat and poultry for 40 days during Lent and before Lent celebrations filled with debauchery. Whether it takes place in Rio or Venice it is(…)