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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Inter-railing: the ultimate travel freedom

This summer, after finishing our dreaded A Levels, my friends and I decided to go inter-railing around Europe. For me it was the first...

Charity, Chundering and Chile

We have all heard them — “Yah mate, I literally vommed all over the dance floor of The Lizard last night...I just chundered every-whah!”....

The students’ guide to the lights of Bangkok

Bangkok is truly the most amazing city. Filled by the chaos and cluster of 14 million bodies going about their hectic daily routines, the...

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

Beyond the horizon

Alongside the cliché of the ‘Gap Yah’, is the year abroad.  I asked a friend just returned from Germany whether it was worth it. ...

A small, big city

As the clouds open, thousands of green spots in the dark blue become visible. The nearer the plane comes to the ground, it becomes...

Arabian Days

Jan Hagedorn on the incidents of complete cultural immersion

Guide to the best travel books

Hedonist's guide They publish city-guides to European capitals, divided up into different parts of the city and featuring hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and attractions for...

36 hours in: Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe is an area packed with history and culture, and perhaps equally as important for students, a particularly inexpensive set of opportunities for...

36 hours in Rome: “It’s the perfect getaway”

With major weekend cramming for exams behind me, and deadlines happening left, right and centre, it could only mean one thing. It must be...