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About 2% of U.S. students study abroad. But in this day and age of globalisation you would think it would be more! When I decided I wanted to study abroad I felt like i needed to hunt down information. I didn't really feel that the school pushed the importance of taking ... Read More
August 8, 2017Lauren McGill

About 2% of U.S. students study abroad. But in this day and age of globalisation you would think it would be more!

When I decided I wanted to study abroad I felt like i needed to hunt down information. I didn’t really feel that the school pushed the importance of taking … Read More

A big part of Summer in New York City actually means leaving it behind at every possible chance.

It’s common practice for New Yorkers to leave the glorious city on the weekends in summer. Many of them flock to Long Island, better yet the (in)famous “Hamptons” to lounge on beaches, eat … Read More

Hey you it’s been awhile, 5 years actually. I’ve never been one desperate for a revisit, there’s too many new places on my list, but when my cousin, Becca asked if I wanted to accompany her to Barcelona I was more than willing! Spain was the first country abroad that … Read More

Do you ever want something different for a night out? Well Sky Bar is the answer.

Sky Bar has made its way to Croyde, Devon for the third year running. Two out of the 3 nights have already sold out, but there’s still a chance to get tickets for Sunday … Read More

Until recently, airport lounges seemed like a bit of a unknown world, only reserved for the exclusives travellers and high rollers. But in hearing of friends and family using them, I realised normal folk can gain access to the lounges. Some get it included with certain flights or as an … Read More

I have now been living in Croyde for over 3 years and I must admit that when I first moved here I was a little worried about the fact that it was so small! In these few years I’ve learned to appreciate the quiet times and look forward to the … Read More

2 Festival Giants, 2 Very Different Events
Most people in the U.K. will know Glastonbury. It’s the biggest festival there. Most Americans will know Coachella, ongoing since 1999.
I’ve had the luck of getting Glastonbury tickets 3 out of the 3 years I’ve attempted. It was my first music festival … Read More

According to the U.S. Department of State, less than half of Americans have valid passports.

Over years of traveling I’ve taken a fair share of sh*t over why many fewer Americans have passports when compared to their European counterparts. But that number is lower than ever before.

Let me ask you this, … Read More