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Coming to the end of my assistantship in Barcelona, I start to think about what the future might hold.
Last month marked the ten-year anniversary of the death of Martiniquan politician and poet Aimé Césaire.
Coffee is an integral part of Italian culture and since arriving here over six months ago, I have definitely drunk a lot of it!
The Caribbean is a festive place, and Martinique is no exception.
If you were to ask me what my favourite sport is, my answer would be swimming. I started learning how to swim when I was five years old and I have been swimming ever since.
As the city of Valencia has finally calmed down after a crazy week of festivities, I have finally had the time to reflect on my experience at the incredible festival of Les Falles (in Vale
Her legs are longer, her smile is brighter and even her teeth are whiter.
I’m sure we all know by now that exercise is great for you. But let’s be honest, sometimes finding that motivation to work out can be a little difficult.
Recently I took a solo trip to Chicago during spring break and it got me thinking about the many positives of travelling alone. I will share three with you today!
Whether you’re a comic fan or not, you’re bound to have seen posters or social media posts about Marvel’s newest blockbuster, Black Panther.
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