Category : Travel

Festival Fun on Croatia Sands

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Croatia may be rich with with culture and surrounded by sapphire waters, but it is for its festivals that this European gem has become known for, with explosively exciting events taking place each summer. It comes as no surprise, really. What better country than one blessed with sea and sun to … Read More

An Interrailer’s Survival Guide

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Like many students, this summer you’re planning to go interrailing. Your friends and family are all telling you different things; what to bring, where to visit and where to avoid. You’ve all heard the great stories people have had during their travels as well as the horror stories. Here I … Read More

Traveller’s Eye: India

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This collection of images embodies my time spent in India. By completing the Golden Triangle in Northern India, which took me to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and documenting every interesting person that I passed, the images came together to capture perfectly the beautiful, intriguing and fascinating diversity of humans in India. CHILD … Read More

We’re Not Going Back focuses on three sisters during the miner’s strike

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We’re Not Going Back is a Unite-funded, Red Ladder Theatre Company production set during the 1984-5 miner’s strike. The play follows the lives of three very different sisters, who during this time of extreme hardship unite to help support their pit town. As a northerner who grew up in a … Read More

Pub grub and culture on your doorstep in York

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After a month of exams and being trapped in a continuous migratory pattern between Hyde Park and Edward Boyle, there was much talk about ‘getting out’ and escaping Leeds for a day. That’s how last Sunday, eight pounds and a twenty minute train ride later I found myself, along with … Read More

Enjoy a Day of Rambling and Tea Drinking in Harrogate

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Located just 30 minutes from Leeds, Harrogate is a perfect destination for a day trip. The beautiful spa town has preserved all of its old-fashioned charm and the true essence of Yorkshire. The cobbled roads, the intricate arcades and the abundance of impressive architecture makes Harrogate one of the top … Read More

Bathe in Budapest

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Affordability makes it the perfect student city break. Flights start from as little as £25 with budget airlines, and accommodation is much more affordable than in neighbouring European cities.  The Hungarian capital is filled to the brim with things to see, and is just waiting to be explored. The city … Read More

3 Essential Money Saving Travel Tips

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It’s that time of year. It’s cold and you want something to look forward to. You probably aren’t alone in counting down the days to the summer months when you can enjoy sun, sea and hopefully a spot of adventure. After all, summer wouldn’t be complete without a little bit … Read More