By: AnneS
In the UK, the seeds of horse chestnut trees are called “conkers” and, for me, the first conker of the season signals the start of autumn. I love seeing the leaves change from green to orange and red...
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By: EmilyW
I absolutely love French cuisine, and the food available in the south of France is one of the highlights of living here so far. Ingredients are good quality, fresh and very tasty, and eating in...
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By: MeganH
So far my time in France has been like a rollercoaster, I’ve had my ups and my downs. I have been living in France for almost two months and I’m definitely becoming homesick. There are several things...
By: KittyO
For some, living in the countryside is a dream come true. Escaping the noise and bustle of the city and entering the peace and quiet of the countryside is undeniably beneficial. For a start, there...
Last weekend I visited a zoo with a friend. Whilst there, we debated whether or not zoos were a good thing. When I was little, I loved going to the zoo. Now, aged 20, I still enjoy visiting them....
Everyone’s heard their parents or grandparents chastise the youth of today, reciting stories of the ‘good old days’ of their childhood. The expression to describe this is ‘looking through rose-tinted...

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