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Heading Home For The Holidays

Heading Home For The Holidays

As per the government guidelines, students who are heading home for the holidays are being encouraged to travel during the ‘student travel window’ from the 2nd to the 9th of December. This is to reduce the chance that you are…
Travel Tuesdays: Staycation ideas in Bournemouth

Travel Tuesdays: Staycation ideas in Bournemouth

2020 is officially the year of the staycation. Today, we’re keeping it incredibly local and taking a holiday in B-Town itself. Whether you live here, or are just visiting, this article will take you beyond the beachfront and help you…
Travel Tuesdays: To hostel or not to hostel?

Travel Tuesdays: To hostel or not to hostel?

Every year millions of students take trips abroad, staying in either Airbnb’s, hostels or hotels. But which one should you choose, and what should you look for if you take the hostel route? This article will hopefully help you make…
Travel Tuesday: St Ives

Travel Tuesday: St Ives

For this week’s Travel Tuesday, we’re keeping it local and taking a quick detour to Cornwall. Staycations are set to become increasingly popular as the UK’s relationship with the EU (and the rest of the world, really) is pretty much…
Travel Tuesdays: Four days in Las Vegas

Travel Tuesdays: Four days in Las Vegas

Las Vegas definitely isn’t one of the cheaper holidays but it’s one of those that has to go on your bucket list. With its long list of attractions during the day and night, you have to tick it off at…
5 Things No One Ever Admits About Travelling

5 Things No One Ever Admits About Travelling

Lately, it seems as though just about everyone is travelling in one way or another. Whether it’s jet-setting across the world with a backpack, interrailing to see Europe by train or having back-to-back holidays all summer adventure wanderlust is more…
Travel Tuesdays: Trekking Kilimanjaro (Part 2)

Travel Tuesdays: Trekking Kilimanjaro (Part 2)

Now over the half way point the serious climbing was to begin in order to make the last 2000 metres from Barranco Camp to the summit, before we would then start the much quicker route backdown. Barranco Camp, much like…
Why travelling is more educational than you may think

Why travelling is more educational than you may think

While the education system itself is remarkably useful, allowing young people to learn many handy tricks and tips for the real world, being educated doesn’t just stop there. You may think that the only education we can truly achieve is…