Travel

Snaps from South America

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Copenhagen review

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When you think of going on holiday on a student budget, Copenhagen isn’t the first place that springs to mind. Denmark’s quaint capital, nestled on the west shores of the...

Festivals around the world

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Whenever I think of festivals, the first one that springs to mind is Glastonbury. It’s unfortunately in its fallow year though for 2018, so off the cards this year. However,...

Best skiing destinations

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The winter Olympics are here, and so is the itch to get out on the slopes and do some skiing. Admittedly, I’m one of the few that finds cross-country skiing fun- perhaps the...

Students studying abroad and how Brexit may impact this in the future

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Brr… exit? ‘Britain exits’ or ‘breaks it’, as often presented in press coverage over the globe, has undoubtedly become an essential part of every small talk’s agenda....

Paradise Caves

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Vietnam is a typical ‘gap yah’ destination, but with good reason. It’s my favourite country because of the people, the food, the history, and the diversity. I spent 3 ½...

Climbing a mountain- is it worth it?

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Bringing on 2018, it is easy to come up with crazy resolutions or ideas of how to make the most the year- experiencing new things and challenging yourself. I myself have fallen...

Student friendly winter holidays

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Where is the ideal place for a winter holiday? Sunbathing in Spain? A night out in Amsterdam? Following my recent trip, I would personally say the ideal destination is Krakow,...

Travel Resolutions for 2018

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A new year doesn’t only just signify a new beginning for your diet or your exercise plan. For travel enthusiasts, a new year can mean 365 days and chances to explore new...

Destination Unknown- Student societies offer new experiences through travel

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There are more than 200 societies at Newcastle University and throughout their time at uni, most students have thought about joining at least one. Although there isn’t one...