How music takes me back through my travelling history

Music is a huge part of my everyday life. Whether it’s on my lengthy commute to and from work, getting to sleep after a stressful day, or just generally existing, you’ll usually find me with my massive over ear headphones…

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How I (sort of) cope with a (sort of) fear of flying

Despite having flown about 8,763 times last year, I still have a bit of a fear of flying. It’s not so bad that I’m terrified for the whole flight, and it weirdly only happens on shorter journeys, but it does…

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What to do with a short break in Dublin

There’s no denying that travelling is a bloody expensive hobby. As much as I’d love to hop from place to place all year round, it’s just not feasible for someone who hasn’t won the lottery 81 times. One way to…

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5 reasons to work at an American summer camp and how to make …

Way back in 2013, during my second year of university, I applied to work at an American summer camp (after spending about a million years staring at the application form wondering if it would be a good idea or not).…

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5 reasons why group tours are great for solo travellers

After graduating from university in 2015, I moved back home and spent a few months working a boring hotel job as I figured out what the hell to do with my life. Eventually I decided the best thing to do…

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How to spend a week in Munich during Oktoberfest (including things that …

Last week, me and my friend Elliott ticked something off our bucket lists that we’d been looking forward to for so long – a trip to Munich for Oktoberfest, the beer drinking festival of our dreams. Neither of us had…

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