Tag: travelblogger

A BREAK IN SWITZERLAND

I’ve always been a fan of the city life. The lights, the people, the constant buzz that surrounds you wherever you are make me feel alive like nothing else. It’s a blessing sometimes, to be enveloped in the warm embrace of humanity, feeling as… Continue Reading “A BREAK IN SWITZERLAND”

2016 RECAP + MISSION

As some of you may have noticed, another year has gone past and we now find ourselves in 2017 land. If you hadn’t realised yet, you’re welcome. Unfortunately, we’re already deep inside the new year’s grounds as I write this post: deadlines and an… Continue Reading “2016 RECAP + MISSION”

CHRISTMAS IN ITALY: A FAMILY BUSINESS

Christmas is a family business. We all know it, we all claim to hate it, we all love it deep inside. The food, the warmth, the fact that your family is trying to get together at least this one time of the year –… Continue Reading “CHRISTMAS IN ITALY: A FAMILY BUSINESS”

CONSTANTLY MOVING

They say home is where the heart is, that nothing feels as good as being at home. It’s natural, essential, a fundamental need that each one of us has and strives to fulfil. But what happens when your heart doesn’t actually reside in a… Continue Reading “CONSTANTLY MOVING”

THOSE LONELY MORNINGS

We all have those days when our first intake of breath feels like gas and your room like a prison cell, where you look outside your window and the day looks grey. When you feel alone in your bed but at the same time… Continue Reading “THOSE LONELY MORNINGS”

THE THREE REASONS WHY GENT IS BETTER THAN ANTWERP

As some of you may know, I went to Belgium for a couple days last week. My class got cancelled on Thursday and, although most people’s normal reaction would be to roll to the other side and keep sleeping, I opted to leave the… Continue Reading “THE THREE REASONS WHY GENT IS BETTER THAN ANTWERP”

CHILLIN WITH THE SQUAD

So I am late to the party and am now writing a blog post about Halloween, because I’m lazy like that. Apologies. Last month we went to an event called the Twilight Zone, which was basically a halloween themed sort of party the Friday before… Continue Reading “CHILLIN WITH THE SQUAD”

HOW TO SURVIVE EXAM SEASON: a guide

Each University student – sooner or later – gets acquainted with the traumatising, overwhelming and at times tragic experience called exam season. You start off your year with the intention of going to all the lectures, taking notes and going over them after class to… Continue Reading “HOW TO SURVIVE EXAM SEASON: a guide”