Struggling with a half-term activity? Looking for your UK holiday destination? Exeter has some great things to see, perfect for a long weekend!
Category: Travel Tips
Struggling with your UK holiday destination? Look no further than the South Devonian Coast.
In light of the upcoming holidays, here are my tips on how to make efficient use of your time to ensure a smooth last-minute-packing-session. Keep Calm and Read On:
Holiday season is fast approaching, and with Brexit on the horizon, now might be the best time to pack your bags and book an impromptu long weekend. And what better place to visit than a small city with good beer, good chocolate and a good belfry? That’s right I’m talking about Bruges, Belgium.
I recently went to an Indian wedding abroad in the state of California, and having spent a week at the wedding itself, we wanted to make the most out of the Bay, so I’ve composed a Three-Day Itinerary for San Francisco!
Summer is approaching and, for a lot of students, that means it’s time to start thinking about what to do on your year abroad. Last year, I was an Erasmus student in Spain and I’m going to share with you five reasons why I chose the Erasmus program.
You know how travelling costs money? And students don’t have much of it? Well…
Hello readers! I’m back in the UK, have been for a while, and I’m currently studying and working part-time. In my spare time I’m either sleeping, eating or working on assignments. So, I ask you this: how on earth can I find the time to travel?
Well readers, it’s over! I’ve moved back to the UK and left Madrid behind to finish off my degree at Southampton. While I know I’ll miss Spain and its climate and opportunity for adventure, like Dorothy said, “there’s no place like home”.
Buenas días readers! I’ve been in Madrid, Spain for five months now, and since going back home for the holidays, I think I’ve definitely garnered a new-found appreciation for the country and their way of life. Here are 5 things I wish I’d known during my Erasmus in Spain: