Four years ago I was living in a boarding house with more than 20 girls, and last year I lived in a uni house with 5 girls. Now I find myself living alone ...
Food, glorious food! Eating local cuisine is an important part of any trip abroad. Sampling a country’s delicacies can help you understand its culture, its customs and its people. However, when
When it comes to the UK, London likes to steal all the attention. Yes, yes, I know: it's a great city with lots of culture and sights to see.
Christmas is generally considered to be a time for tradition – people do the same things every single year, and they love the familiarity of the festive season.
Christmas is a time for relaxing, having fun and spending time with family and friends. However, for many of us, it is also spent revising for January exams.
I love travelling, but it hasn't always been my passion. In my first year of university, I started to travel during the holidays.
Maybe you’ve just started learning a new language. Maybe you've been studying to pass exams or to get the job you want in the future.
New Year's Eve is a different time for everybody all around the world.
A very traditional thing that accompanies a typical English Christmas dinner is the Christmas cracker. So what exactly is a Christmas cracker? Something you crack at Christmas, literally!
Christmas is a popular holiday in both Italy, where I live now, and the United Kingdom, where I am from. However, this doesn’t mean that people celebrate it in exactly the same way.