Hungarian Dances

In Hungary you can find open dance evenings everyone can take part in, where classic Hungarian dances are the center of the evening.

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Training the horses

One of my tasks which I hadn't been able to take up for a long time was training our horses - but now the time has finally come.

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Celebrate what makes us one

On Friday there was a festival in Pécs, from volunteers for volunteers, on the topic of (cultural) diversity.

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Bear leek, egg and goat milk

One of the Teahouse-people has a small goat herd and invited me to help with the milking.

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Meeting after Midterm

To celebrate the beginning of spring and the end of the training together, a few of the volunteers meet again in Budapest, after the training.

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Midterm-Training

Stories and impressions from my Midterm-Training in Visegrád.

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Spring is here!

On time for the beginning of spring Hungary not only greets with the blossoming of the fruit trees but also with beautiful spring-like weather.

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A new volunteer

Since of late we have an expansion of our team - Linda, EVS-Volunteer from Romania.

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Newcastle Upon Tyne

At the weekend of or around Valentine's Day the yearly Festival of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) partakes in Newcastle Upon Tyne - and visitors, too, are welcome there.

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Önkéntes Teaház - The Volunteer Teahouse

With the beginning of the New Year my own little project here in Hungary has finally started - a weekly meeting point for people of the surrounding area who want to speak English.

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