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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Cultural Cock-Ups

All this sunshine is making me so confused. I mean, I am in Scotland, it is April; I am still supposed to be walking...

Travelling to Tuscany on a budget

“P.S…are you going on Ryanair? If so, good luck…” These were the words of comfort I received from the Features Editor before I set off...

Conquering the world

In 1982, around 3 per cent of the University’s student body was international. The number now sits closer to 30 per cent. Editor Jonathan Bucks reports on how St Andrews became a melting pot and leading international recruiter

Rickshaw India

There’s nothing like that certain euphoria a traveller receives as they journey to a new place and are bombarded with dreams of upcoming adventures...

My adventure in Nepal

Olivia Acland experiences cow sheds, land mines and omelets

36 Hours in Istanbul

Resting on the cusp of the Middle East, Istanbul has a vastly contrasting culture to much of Europe and is too accessible to resist...

A Croatian State of Mind

Fiona Raleigh journeys through Eastern Europe on Albanian buses and rickety taxis, as she discovers more about the new Europe

36 hours in London

As it turns out quite a lot can be seen in a thirty-six hour period, and although London is expensive, with a bit of...

City guide to Edinburgh, “Athens of the north”

Edinburgh is only an hour’s train ride away and is by far one of the best day trips from St Andrews

Arabian Days

Jan Hagedorn on the incidents of complete cultural immersion