Travel

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

Christmas In Norway

Christmas In Norway

Features, Opinion, Travel December 13, 2012 at 5:00 pm Comments

CHRISTMAS is a different experience for all of us, International Students especially. Most of us are away from our homes and parents properly for the first time in our lives, which is something that is particularlyRead More

Ecuador: A little bit of everything South America has to offer

Ecuador: A little bit of everything South America has to offer

Travel December 3, 2012 at 5:00 pm Comments

IN 2011 I SPENT six months living and working in what I believe to be one of South America’s most beautiful, exciting and diverse countries. It has often been said that Ecuador reflects all of SouthRead More

Aberystwyth students climb Kilimanjaro for charity

Aberystwyth students climb Kilimanjaro for charity

Lifestyle, Travel October 17, 2012 at 3:48 pm Comments

THIS summer, a group of fifteen students from Aberystwyth participated in a challenge event for a charity called Childreach International. This challenge required each student to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in an attempt to raise £2,450. By the end of theRead More

The Hipster Guide to European Travel

The Hipster Guide to European Travel

Travel September 18, 2012 at 1:00 pm Comments

SUMMER 2013 might not be at the forefront of your mind during Fresher’s week, but for those who take originality seriously, it should be. If you’re fresh off the ferry from your first Inter-Rail trip toRead More

If you need a getaway this summer, try Mallaig. Where? Exactly.

If you need a getaway this summer, try Mallaig. Where? Exactly.

Travel September 4, 2012 at 8:15 pm Comments

If you ever find yourself with a few days to spare and without the money to jet off to exotic climes, give Mallaig a try. Where, you say? Exactly. The Highlands of Scotland might sound likeRead More

Empowering not patronising

Travel December 12, 2011 at 11:56 am Comments

In true ‘gap yar’ fashion I spent my summer in Mombasa, Kenya working with a not for profit organisation called the Joy Rescue Project. The project aims to protect and rehabilitate children living on the streetsRead More

Christmas markets: festive and affordable!

Travel December 5, 2011 at 9:00 am Comments

DO you enjoy sipping mulled wine outside on a cold Christmas night? Or do you prefer a crepe and a pretzel to warm you up? Fancy a shifty look around a traditional craft fair stall? OrRead More

New York City Review

New York City Review

Travel September 23, 2011 at 9:00 am Comments

Think of all the typical tourists’ traps in New York and you’ve got a perfect list of where to visit on a short trip. This may sound obvious, but on a short trip, you really needRead More

To go or not to go? The dilemma of whether to travel with your parents

To go or not to go? The dilemma of whether to travel with your parents

Travel September 23, 2011 at 9:00 am Comments

I love my parents. They give me respect, advice and support, but most fun of all, free holidays. What’s the catch? I have to go with them. Being 20 and holidaying with your parents is notRead More