Anyone who has ever tried to navigate the shops on Oxford Street on a Saturday knows what it’s like to be engulfed in a sea of people. Yet although London is a densely populated city, there are only...
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By: AnneS
I have recently moved to Chartres, France to improve my French, and what better way to do so than to meet real, live French people. With this in mind, yesterday I joined an association called...
By: MeganH
I’ve lived in large cities my entire life, I’m used to the hustle and bustle of a city atmosphere so when I was placed in a small, rural community in France for my year abroad, I was more than a...
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By: AliceK
Before my year abroad, everyone advised me to say ‘yes’ to everything. I initially thought they just meant trying new food, spontaneous trips or meeting up with new people.    They weren’t wrong....
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By: JulieG
Going abroad for a year is hard. You have to leave all of your friends and family and move to a new, strange place where people might do things differently. Not to mention you will be surrounded by...
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By: EmmaH
A great big grin can be found on any British person's face at the mention of a Sunday lunch. Whether this be due to the possibility of having one in the near future, or whether it simply be at the...

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