Hi guys! I haven’t been really good this month with writing blog updates, and I really wanted to write something about my language progress before this trip to Montreal, but I had little time, and then travel day had arrived, but nonetheless, I’m going to go ahead and tell this great story.
Hey everybody! I haven’t been always able to keep up with writing about my recent journey in a timely fashion, but now I will, because this is the last segment of the trip.
My last Slavic country on this mainly Slavic trip that took a little more than 3 weeks and spanned 5 countries is Bulgaria. I was originally also supposed to visit a friend here, but, like in Bosnia-Herzegovina, we couldn’t make it work and it didn’t happen. That didn’t stop me from enjoying the country and all it had to offer. Also, Bulgarian was the weakest Slavic language that I speak of the countries that I visited, so I ran into problems trying to practice and communicate with others.
Hi guys! I’m continuing on this crazy trip of mine that I took going around various Slavic countries as a language traveler and practicing the local languages to meet people. I left Central Europe and made an overnight into day trip to the Balkans. I had only been to Slovenia (2018 Polyglot Conference) before, and there were more countries that I wanted to visit, and I finally got the chance, starting off in Bosnia.
Hi guys! Welcome to the second part of the Slavic trip that I took. This is the part where I started off traveling by myself around different parts of the countries of Slavia, and running in to friends along the way. It all started immediately after the Polyglot Gathering.
Hi everyone! It’s the last day of the 2019 Polyglot Gathering, that I’ve gotten to now in this series of blog posts about the event. As mentioned in the last post, I had a big day ahead of me. I was going to give a workshop. It was my 3rd time speaking in public (NYC, Jan 2018, and Bydgoszcz, Poland, Oct 2018) and this one was going to be on a grand stage in an international language conference.