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How to do London on a student budget

How to do London on a student budget

Lifestyle, Travel July 1, 2014 at 11:00 am Comments

I RECENTLY went to London for a gig and didn’t want to fall into the trap of spending ungodly amounts of money on things I didn’t really need. I am by no means a local to LondonRead More

Around the world in eighty trains (well, nearly)

Around the world in eighty trains (well, nearly)

Lifestyle, Travel May 31, 2014 at 4:00 pm Comments

THIS article has been 3 years in the making. I guess you could say there has been a bit of trepidation over what to say, how to say it and whether anybody would be interested inRead More

Bolivia: An Adventure Traveller’s Paradise

Bolivia: An Adventure Traveller’s Paradise

Features, Lifestyle, Travel March 22, 2014 at 1:00 pm Comments

ONE MONTH in Bolivia is not enough. This is what I discovered when travelling solo across this curious, land-locked country in 2011. This may come as surprise to those who know little about Bolivia and haveRead More

Alternative travel opportunities for students and graduates

Alternative travel opportunities for students and graduates

Lifestyle, Travel March 14, 2014 at 5:00 pm Comments

WHO DOESN’T love travelling? Going on holiday is fun, but there are plenty of other ways to see the world if you’re bored of your usual package deal. From studying to working and volunteering, here areRead More

Discover the surprisingly romantic possibilities of a Bavarian coach trip

Discover the surprisingly romantic possibilities of a Bavarian coach trip

Lifestyle, Travel March 12, 2014 at 1:00 pm Comments

Countryside surrounding Lermoos WHEN you read the words ‘coach trip’, is a romantic break for a young couple the first thing to come to mind? Probably not, and I don’t blame you. For me, they hadRead More

Comic con: a con-siderable success

Comic con: a con-siderable success

Lifestyle, Travel January 27, 2014 at 5:00 pm Comments

PICTURE the scene: 7.25am, Aberystwyth train station. The air is calm and the noise is dead. Barely ten other people are waiting: a small red-haired girl in a Spryo onesie, a giant in a green cloakRead More

A trip to Machynlleth

A trip to Machynlleth

Editors' Pick, Lifestyle, Travel December 15, 2013 at 3:00 pm Comments

ABERYSTWYTH is a great town, but sometimes we all get a little cabin fever. The problem is the Aberystwyth bubble and where can we go on the student budget? The solution is very simple – Machynlleth.Read More

A bit about Munich

A bit about Munich

Travel November 17, 2013 at 2:00 pm Comments

THE CITY’S earliest origins lie in a settlement of Benedictine beer-brewing monks. The city’s ‘founding fathers’ are forever remembered in its name: München means ‘by the monk’s place’. This medieval city was located on the SaltRead More

Edinburgh, we hardly knew ye

Edinburgh, we hardly knew ye

Lifestyle, Travel October 12, 2013 at 11:00 am Comments

EDINBURGH is often considered to be Europe’s most haunted capital, but after nearly three weeks there with Exploding Fish’s own Knights Of Improvalot I am led to believe that the ghosts are the wails of rejectedRead More

A week in Milan

A week in Milan

Lifestyle, Travel August 19, 2013 at 12:00 pm Comments

MILAN, in the north of Italy, is known across the world as a prosperous capital of fashion. Home to such designers as Giorgio Armani and Miuccia Prada, the city is teeming with fashionable young individuals readyRead More