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Polyglot Conference in Budapest Posted by on May 22, 2013

Greetings from Budapest! This weekend I attended the Polyglot Conference here. There were people in attendance from all over the world, giving lectures on such varied topics as Learning endangered languages through music to How conflict management works in bilingual situations. There were also an introduction to Esperanto by Eva Fitzelová and the non-profit organization…

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How Esperanto Changed My Life Posted by on May 15, 2013

I had no idea where Esperanto would take me when I started learning it in February 2001. At the time, in a small city in Pennsylvania, I thought, “I’ll do the first lesson of this free online course. If it’s lame, I’ll have lost an hour of my life. If it’s interesting, it could open…

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How To Be a Good Pasporta Servo Guest Posted by on Jun 10, 2011

Having travelled for six months through Brazil and Europe as well as frequently hosting Esperanto speakers in our apartment in Berlin, I’ve learned quite a lot about what makes a good guest. Here are some of my tips for keeping your host happy and making your stay more pleasant as you travel with Pasporta Servo…

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Esperanto Hospitality Network – Pasporta Servo Posted by on Nov 29, 2010

Want to travel the world, but don’t have much money? Would you rather get to know the locals instead of staying in a hotel? Enter Pasporta Servo (PS), a hospitality network with 1450 hosts in 91 countries. The only requirement: speak Esperanto. I used PS while I was travelling through 14 countries in Europe for…

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Veturu Ĉirkaŭmonde kun Esperanto // Travel Around the World with Esperanto Posted by on Jul 28, 2010

Marte, 2009, du francaj biciklistoj, Roz kaj Cirilo, forlasis la hejmojn en Narbono, Francio, kaj komencis la aventuron pedelante ĉirkaŭmonde. La itinero enhavas Italion, Turkion, Iranon, Baraton, Tajlandon, Aŭstralion, Kanadon, Usonon, Meksikion, Panamion, Peruon, Argentinon, Brazilon, Senegalion, kaj Hispanion. In March of 2009, two French bicyclists, Rose and Cyrille, left their homes in Narbonne, France…

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