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Asia, Studying

No thinking, no boundaries, all heart.

Posted on February 29, 2016 by Sara Rahman

In the the last year I travelled to 11 countries, and 8 of those were in Asia. I visited Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. Asia, it’s a crazy place I tell you. Each country I visited in Asia brought something new to the table, every culture was so different and Read moreabout No thinking, no boundaries, all heart.

Asia, Studying

Some advice.

Posted on February 21, 2016 by Sara Rahman

After 4 months of studying abroad, 5 and a half weeks of backpacking, and 4 weeks of settling back into Welsh living, I’m back in Cardiff to tell you about my experience away. I still remember it like it was yesterday, walking through the different coloured zones in City University Academic 1 building, everything seemed Read moreabout Some advice.


THAT Tab article, and the point of a year abroad

Posted on October 25, 2015 by Joe Healy

What is the point of a year abroad? Well, Durham’s editor of The Tab, despite presumably never having been on one himself, has his own ideas, as some of you will probably be aware by now. I have long-standing problems with The Tab as a publication, as I feel that it serves, for the most Read moreabout THAT Tab article, and the point of a year abroad

Europe, Studying

A few words on paperwork

Posted on October 12, 2015 by Joe Healy

Testing, testing… one, two… Actually, that quite accurately describes my first few weeks in Barcelona: testing. That said, I brought it on myself. I’m not gonna make excuses for not having written a blog post thus far. Since arriving basically all I’ve done is drink, sleep and panic, on a repeat cycle. That’s not the Read moreabout A few words on paperwork

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