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    Visiting 12 Countries: Fitting Europe Into My LSE Timetable Part 2

Visiting 12 Countries: Fitting Europe Into My LSE Timetable Part 2

As I mentioned in Part 1 of this post, I love travelling, if travelling was free, you’d never see me again. Part 2 is a continuation, so I’d suggest reading my previous post to see the first six countries I visited in the first half of the year. Hopefully, these posts will give you some travelling inspiration!

 

Denmark, Copenhagen / April […]

August 29th, 2019|Featured, Travel|0 Comments|

LSE Masters in Management Berlin Trip 2019

The MiM (Masters’ in Management) program at LSE has a unique element- an international field trip! The trip is included as part of the MG4F4 Strategy in a Global Environment module and it’s a wonderful opportunity offered to the MiM students. This year, the trip took place during the second week of July and this article outlines the details […]

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    Visiting 12 Countries: Fitting Europe Into My LSE Timetable Part 1

Visiting 12 Countries: Fitting Europe Into My LSE Timetable Part 1

I love travelling. I knew from the very beginning that travelling would be an essential part of my uni life and studying in London has given me way more opportunities to travel around Europe than I had expected. If there is something I have not regretted throughout my year at LSE, it is travelling – staying in someone else’s […]

August 23rd, 2019|Featured, Travel|0 Comments|

FIVE places to see in Manchester

Previously, I had listed out my 5 must-do’s in Cambridge, and now I’m back with a similar post, but this time, I’m taking you on a journey to Manchester. Without further ado, here are 5 must-do’s in Manchester.

 

Old Trafford

Nowadays, when you hear “Manchester”, you immediately think of the football team. Therefore, the number one thing to do in this […]

August 21st, 2019|Travel|0 Comments|

A trip to the Mayfield Lavender Farm

My love for curating fun day trips is endless (Cambridge and Cadbury World) and this time, I’m taking you on a floral adventure to the outskirts of London.

In London, gardens and parks are a-plenty! But, where do you go when you want to frolic around in acres and acres of floral beauty? Fields! In Banstead, nestled among trees and quaint houses, […]

My Visit to Cadbury World: A Chocolate Dream

In the outskirts of Birmingham, nestled among pretty buildings and scenic greenery, is a small town called Bournville where the Cadbury family set up operations many years ago. The town now houses ‘Cadbury World’, a chocolatey attraction run by the Cadbury company themselves.

Being somewhat of a chocolate connoisseur and an expert on day trips (haha!), I decided to schedule […]

Lavender fields in full bloom

Did you know just outside of London, in Surrey, you can find a beautiful lavender field? From June until September, the Mayfield Lavender Farms open their gates to the public when the lavenders are in full bloom.

Over the past few years, the Farms have become a popular visitor attraction, especially because of the picturesque natural beauty. It makes for the […]

5 must-do’s in Cambridge

Have you ever had those days where you’re tired of the city and want to explore a new place? I went through such a phase on the 4th of June. The place I chose to go? Cambridge!

I went online to check ticket prices. It was £28. However, if I were to control the urge to embark on an adventure […]

A Homage to Greek Food in Athens

I hopped on a plane to Greece not long after my Summer exams ended and Greek food might just be my favourite European cuisine. This is my list of favourite Greek dishes and the best places to get them when in the capital.

1) O Kostas – Best Souvlaki 

Top of the list: O Kostas. If I recall correctly, this glorious […]

June 25th, 2019|Featured, Travel|0 Comments|

Insta-worthy: Covent Garden in Bloom Event.

Been to Covent Garden, lately? Well, get ready to plan a trip soon because you’re not going to want to miss their new event – Covent Garden in Bloom, celebrating spring. This includes elaborate floral displays being put up in front of stores, window displays as well as at many spots all around Covent Garden, like The Piazza and […]

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