Iranian stand-up comic Nasi touched base with her family when she was 15. In this digital broadcast talk with she discusses how Slovakia turned into her home and furthermore why she likes.My the present visitor is Nasi (Nastaran Alaghmandan Motlagh) who came to Slovakia from Iran with her family. She was 15 years of age when they arrived.
"Slovakia raised me a smidgen, I turned into my own particular human here," she says.
You may have seen Nasi either on the Slovak TV or in front of an audience as stand-up humorist. I believe she's extremely cool at what she does, both in English and in Slovak. I discovered her lucidity of thinking and regard for incorporation noteworthy.
In this scene of the digital broadcast we secured Nasi's trip from Iran to Slovakia as a settler, yet in addition her affection forborovička and feeling for her new home, Slovakia.
"It's justified, despite all the trouble!" she says in regards to her Slovak encounter.
My Slovak Experience is a digital broadcast by Emanuele Terenzani. In every scene, he talks with one of his kindred non natives living in Slovakia. You can take after the webcast on YouTube, on iTunes, on Stitcher or Tunein.
Leave your auto at home - European Mobility Week has begun.
With regards to the current year's 'blend and move' trademark, marked down and free open transport is accessible in an assortment of spots. European Mobility Week is the biggest European battle that approaches urban areas, towns and towns to utilize elective transport. It is an endeavor to rouse individuals to utilize economical techniques for transport, for example, open transport, a bicycle or strolling. This year they are concentrating on 'multimodality' - the blending of transport modes inside a similar excursion or for various outings, with the trademark 'blend and move'.
In excess of 50 Slovak towns and urban areas are taking an interest this year and in the soul of the subject, marked down movement is accessible in an assortment of spots all through Slovakia. The Inhabitants of Košice can utilize open transport at deep discounted all through the entire week, and can go for nothing on Saturday. Additionally, the rebate likewise applies to passenger transports and both classification Os (individual) and Rex (territorial) trains.
The Bratislava area is putting forth open transport for nothing except for night lines and the lines 801 and 901 that proceed abroad. Suburbanite transport on Slovak Lines transports and the ZSSK (Slovak Railway Company) are reduced by 50 percent. Regiojet will transport individuals for nothing on Saturday, September 22, on the Bratislava – Komárno line.
Residents of Nitra may can appreciate a 40 percent markdown for open transport. Individuals in Prešov and Trnava can utilize open transport for nothing. Transport on Arriva passenger transports in the Nitra, Košice, Žilina and Trnava areas will be discounted. Bear in mind to take a legitimate driving permit with you as it will go about as an ID record rather than a substantial ticket. The week will proceed until Saturday, September 22.