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A Christmas in Malaysia

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Waking up and wishing your family ‘Merry Christmas!’ before going for a dip in the infinity pool feels a bit unnatural, especially when you’re used to waking up to freezing cold British weather on the 25th of December. With the jet-lag having just about worn off from the eighteen hour … Read More

Costa Rica: Sun, surf and unspoiled bliss

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Bordering Panama, Costa Rica contains 5% of the world’s biodiversity. What’s more, it has the highest population density of plants and animals species in the world. It is ecologically unspoiled, promoting conservation, protection and sustainable use of ecosystems. Monte Verde Biological Cloud Forest Reserve Visualise walking through the clouds. Above … Read More

Travel | Get lost in Central America

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Central America is a tropical isthmus that connects North and South America.  It lies on the Pacific and the Caribbean Coast, making it rich and diverse in both Latin-American and Afro-Caribbean culture. Sailing between picturesque islands, trekking through dense cloud rainforests, seeing spectacular wildlife, climbing ancient Mayan ruins, dancing in … Read More

Travel | Welcome to Yorkshire

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From the Humber to the dales, Yorkshire has a wealth of spots worth visiting during your time here. They don’t call it God’s Own Country for nothing, and you should make the most of if while you’re here. Harrogate A £5 return train journey away from Leeds is the beautiful … Read More

Travel | 24 Hours in Copenhagen

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Copenhagen is Scandinavia’s most fantastic city, and here’s In the Middle’s guide to exploring it in just 24 hours. 9.00am: Breakfast at Grød (Jægersborggade 50) Porridge of every variety, with Icelandic yogurt, fresh fruit, and crème de leche. Its location in the heart of the edgy district of Nørrebro provides a fresh perspective … Read More

Features | Sea-ing the light: Why the English Seaside is the Best Place on Earth

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For a long time, I’ve trusted in the mantra that if you take a plane somewhere, than that holiday is going to be better than the place you were originally. This is particularly true of England, what with it having unpredictable and uninspiring weather, and not much of a ‘holiday … Read More

Travel | Dublin – A magical escape

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If you’re stuck for something to do this summer without spending loads of money, grab your mates, book in to a hostel and spend a week exploring the magical city of Dublin. Its perfect blend of lively nightlife and impressive historical sites is bound to appeal to all student tastes. … Read More

Travel | Prague – The ideal student getaway

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Prague. The capital of the Czech Republic, historical capital of bohemia, has a bounty of beauty and history fit to rival other more known European hotspots. Split in two by the River Vlatava, you will wonder what side of the bank to begin your holiday. Will it be in the … Read More

Books | Top 5 Exotic Reads

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If you’re one of those faced with a summer of erratic British weather, an endless stream of friends’ holiday snaps on your Facebook newsfeed and only a very slight chance of getting a tan, why not delve in to some of the best exotically located novels? Be transported to a … Read More

Travel | Bath – A perfect British mini break

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Bath is one of the most unique cities in Britain as despite its location it has the charming appeal of a beach town, which is most likely down to its history as a Georgian resort. Why not pop into Bath Abbey? Renowned for its history, stained glass windows and fantastic … Read More