1. Introduce yourself.
I’m Marci from Hungary and I attend the Masters.
2. Why did you take part of an Erasmus program and why Estonia?
I wanted to have some actual fun during a semester without having any jobs. Just chill and have a blast for one last time before leaving school. I chose Estonia, because it’s in an amazing location, I heard it’s a really advanced country and I can learn some Russian here. Also it’s not mainstream!
3. You are at the end of your Erasmus experience. What Will be your best memory?
It’s really hard to say because we did so many awesome things, but the trip to St Petersburg, or seeing the Polar Lights in Finland was pretty special. Skinny dipping in the sea after a crazy night in Mynt was wicked as well.
4. What did you like the most in this country?
It’s very liveable, clean, well-organized and a great place to start a business. It generally has a nice atmosphere to me.
5. Which cities did you visit? Which was the best One?
We travelled all around Estonia and the neighbouring countries. Tartu and Riga were quite awesome!
6 What are your main interests?
I’m generally interested in sports, politics, economy, but my main joy comes from travelling or just hanging out with friends.
7. Do you have any projects for the future?
Well one would definitely be the Balkan-backpacking, learning one or two new foreign languages. A work-holiday visa in Australia in the coming years would also be cool.
8. What is your secret wish?
If I told, it wouldn’t be a secret anymore, right?
9. What is your favourite film?
That’s a super hard one because it totally depends on the mood. If I don’t want to think, just relax, then “Pulp Fiction” is amazing. If I want to motivate myself to do sports then I remember “The Titans or Warrior”. If I want something to make me think then maybe “Cloud Atlas”. But I guess I have plenty of better answers that I just can’t recall now.
10. Tomorrow you will wake up as Jim Carrey in “Bruce Almighty”. What are you going to do?
Get proof of an afterlife.
11. Do you have any words to say us goodbye?
Thanks to everyone who contributed to my amazing semester, it kind of turned out to be just as I wanted it. Szevasztok!
Photo: Marci Tóth
Editor: Kärt Mättikas