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How to see Rome in 3 days & with £300

Surely Not? Now you may think that 3 days could not possibly be long enough to explore the beautiful, ancient city of Rome. You may similarly hold the view that £300 is far from enough without having to fly at … Continue reading

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A to B in Zimbabwe

During my time in Zimbabwe, I experienced a range of transport. I thought I would share some of my relatively humorous stories both to hopefully entertain you and to help anyone considering a trip to Sub-Saharan Africa (which I encourage by the way). The … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being a Hyperlinker.

The Pros and Cons of Hyperlinking I would be truly impressed if you could find an online news article posted in the last 6 months that does not contain at least one hyperlink (seriously if you find one, please comment). … Continue reading

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Oxford Road: Officially Restricted. 

So Europe’s busiest bus route, Oxford Road, Manchester is currently littered with roadworks. Like literally, they’re everywhere. As a keen believer in walking as a mode of both transport and fitness, you would think I would be little effected by … Continue reading

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Tell me what you think. (Please).

So sometime in the near future I will be writing about my experience in Rome and sharing my budgeting tips. But before I do that I would really like to know your opinions so I can hopefully break a few … Continue reading

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Shine Bright(on). The little sea-side London?

So, I know I’m sorta cheating here because Brighton is not abroad, but seeing as my bank balance seriously isn’t allowing me to leave the country for a while I thought I’d share about my recent trip to my favourite … Continue reading

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WhatsAppening: How journalists are using social media sites.

I think it can be agreed that social media is of great, perhaps even dangerous power. We know of an event often seconds after its occurrence. We also know what our Dad’s best-friend’s babysitter had for dinner. But the point … Continue reading

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