<p>My name is Anastasiya Kolesnichenko, and I am from Siberia, Russia. I moved to New York two years ago with my heart and mind open to exploring and with my horse by my side, who is always there for me, during my ups and downs. I've<br>been to 45 countries and am planning on visiting every single country in the world.</p><p>My fun fact is that, considering the fact, that my USB flash drive is shaped as a chocolate bar, my 18th birthday present was a ticket to Peru, and that no matter what time of the day it is I am drinking hot chocolate, I can consider myself a person absolutely obsessed with chocolate.</p>
Blogs by Anastasiya Kolesnichenko
Bye Bye Barcelona
Why Don’t We Stop at Arenys de Mar?
A Spanish Laundromat
Spanish People Are Very Emotional
Jamaican Music to Feel at Home in Barcelona
Jogging by a Different Body of Water
Experiencing Spanish Laid-backness
Everyone has a unique story to tell. I’m sharing a series of those from people who chose to leave their home universities and explore Barcelona for a semester...
That's a funny story about my rough start in Barcelona. I haven't written it earlier because I wanted to capture how much my life has changed since my arrival.
Learning About the Catalonian Tradition of Human Towers
Building castells – a Catalonian word that means castles – is a cultural Catalonian tradition which we got to experience during our study trip to Tarragona.
Studying Abroad in Barcelona? Don’t Get a Gym Membership
A guide to the best workout opportunities in the city.