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  • The Lost Gods in Iceland’s Caves

    I’ve always thought that the Norse Pantheon of Gods had more personality than the ones more prevalent across our world today. Thor, God of Thunder, wrathful and mighty; Odin, the father of them all,…

    May 30, 2016
  • 22 Signs Reykjavik Is Really Run By Students

    Hot dog stands, waffle carts, street art and skateboarding, combine to make Iceland’s capital the most chilled out place on earth. Could Reykjavik be the student Utopia we’ve always dreamed of/dreaded? Read the full…

    May 26, 2016
  • A Very Brief History of Iceland

    When most people think of Iceland they think of Vikings, but the first discovery of the isolated country is thought to have been made by the Greek explorer, Pytheas, in 325 BC. On his…

    April 24, 2016
  • Eight Budget Bars in London

    Image Credit: Thomas Boon London isn’t known for being cheap and it’s also not very well known by me, despite being the top place in the UK for travellers outside of the country to…

    April 20, 2016
  • Dream Travels in Miniature

    There’s a strange belief that’s ubiquitous in most travel blogs, and that’s the sense that if you’re not selling all of your possessions and going travelling for a year or more then you’re not…

    April 20, 2016
  • Female Travel and Feminism

    So, I am a feminist and feminism is not a dirty word. Feminism just means equality. It means undoing thousands of years of oppression that hasn’t, contrary to popular belief, simply ended in the West.…

    March 10, 2016
  • A Very Brief History of Delhi

    India’s capital is a city that began its life shrouded in myth and barrelled its way through history, alternately raised up by wealth, and brought low by invasions and war. The city’s early history…

    March 9, 2016
  • Adventures Close to Home

    They say that most people nowadays have never met their neighbours, and in the same vein, I’m guilty of not really exploring the incredible scenery I have here on my doorstep in Sheffield. Of…

    March 8, 2016
  • A Day in the Park: London Edition

    If you think of London then you think of skyscrapers, expensive drinks, Big Ben, the Tube, the West End, The Queen, and the city’s collective inability to look a stranger in the eye. Well, I do,…

    February 29, 2016
  • A Very Brief History of Rajasthan

    Formerly known as Rajputana, Rajasthan is the largest state in India and is often known as The Land of the Kings, because of its extensive history as one of the earliest seats of Indian…

    February 25, 2016