Lucy Williamson discusses how to make the most of your time at home in lockdown
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Rupali Naik, explains how the coronavirus outbreak has affected her year abroad and how she is dealing with the disruption.
Shireen Zulparquear explores beloved travel company Thomas Cook’s soaring success and analyses what could have caused such a dramatic downward spiral.
When it comes to booking a trip away, be it alone or with friends, we’re all guilty of occasionally leaving a few things until the last minute. And this can rack up costs if you’re not planning carefully. Firstly, you should be savvy when arranging your travel to and from your destination. By using sites […]
“Don’t become one of those girls from Taken”, Mum tutted as I pawed through endless experiences on the glittering new ‘it’ travel tourism site Airbnb. Recently, the popular bed and breakfast booking option has come under fire for its extortionate effect on micro economies and slammed for its inherent lack of safety. In an article by […]
Okay, I’ll admit it, Watford is hardly going to be your top pick for a holiday destination (or anyone’s for that matter). But hear me out. It might be the edge of civilisation, the last bastion before you venture into the wild, wild north, but it’s actually kind of alright – if you ignore the […]
“Iwill never retweet appeals that treat poor children as opportunities to enhance Westerners CVs”. Those were the words of author J.K. Rowling in a stream of tweets in August 2016 after she was asked to endorse a charity offering volunteer opportunities in orphanages. This condemnation of the growing trend of young volunteers from wealthy countries, […]
The ‘Eternal City’ draws in tourists from across the globe by combining its epic history with the bustle of modern city life. Rome is one of those travel destinations – everyone seems to know someone who’s jetted off to the Italian capital, don’t they? But, Rome is more than a destination to tick off from […]
11 cities. 9 students. 1 ½ days in each city. At first glimpse, this sounds like an amazing, if not intimidating journey; and whilst this is true, the trip was also not without its downsides. Leaving my hometown on the 1st July 2017 for the first leg of my journey to Brussels was one […]
Last June I filled my suitcase with a summer’s worth of denim shorts and sun-cream, bid a heartfelt farewell to my savings and hopped on a plane to Asia. There are hundreds of Exeter students who jet off on their year abroad, yet few seem to have heard of the summer programme opportunities – which […]