1. 3. 2011
Lost in Prague
We have all heard the common expat male theory: if you are lost in Prague, find a Czech girl between the ages of 19 and 25 and ask them for help. Chances are they speak English due to having worked abroad and may even go out for a coffee with you.
3. 2. 2011
Arts and Acceptance
Soon I will have been living in Prague for 4 years, but the city hasn’t stopped surprising me yet, comparing how similar but different the people are from what I’m used to.
10. 1. 2011
Job Hunting In Prague
Job hunting can be one of the most stressful, emotional and satisfying rollercoaster rides many people will experience at some point or another in their lives. I have come to live in Prague the capital of the Czech Republic and after three weeks of enjoying new cultural experiences, my wonderful new environment and long lunches I realize my job search must begin soon.
7. 12. 2010
Different Walks of Life
The other day I was walking up Rumunská, when two young boys, about 6 years old, raced past me on their bikes. They both had grins from ear to ear, basking in the simple pleasure of playing in the autumn sun.
1. 11. 2010
Life is great here. Great friends, great fun, great hobbies. Hobbies and sports are something that has entertained societies for centuries. But today I want to mention a hobby that is not so typical in most other parts of the world.
4. 10. 2010
My answer is simple. Almost six years ago, I found a job opportunity through a friend and decided to move to Prague in order to experience life in Europe.
1. 9. 2010
My dear friend
Here I am in Prague for 7 months already... You remember my hesitation last year about choosing the right place to go, and also my discouragement because of the erasmus paperwork. But this is far from now, and I do not regret my choice for one second. I'm starting to feel like home, (it is about time), and I often amuse myself thinking about the clichés we had about this country.
21. 6. 2010
The Spring of Prague
I met my girlfriend in Lima, Peru, when I was attending to a presentation about exchange opportunities abroad in my college. I still remember it as it was yesterday.
26. 5. 2010
When I arrived in Prague for a week’s holiday back in the summer of 1993, it was grey, grey and cheap. From that first week in the Thirsty Dog to following years in the Chapeau Rouge, through a name change to the Chateau Bar and back again, Prague has continued in many ways to feel like a holiday.
27. 4. 2010
Using Czech Opens Doors
“I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.” this quote from Maya Angelou reflects my outlook on home and I am pleased to say that I feel at home in Prague. However, this was not always the case.