Top tips for packing hand luggage for a weekend break

Considering a weekend break is just a short period away, lugging around a large suitcase really wouldn’t be necessary for this kind of travel. Plus, being a student you’d want to save as much money as possible. It means you can avoid paying that little extra for additional suitcases and instead, put this saving towards your spending money! You might not think that taking just hand luggage will be able to carry all the items you require, but when it’s done properly it can be relatively easy to pack for a weekend away with a lot less stuff. Here are…

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Best places to visit while studying abroad in Australia

If you’ve been lucky enough to get a chance to study in Australia as a foreign student, then you must have been thinking about which places to visit to experience Australia in the best way possible. If you’re not sure which locations to put on your list, here are 7 places you shouldn’t miss. Find a way to visit them and you won’t be disappointed. 1. Great Barrier Reef This is the number one on the list because it’s one of the most incredible world’s wonders. The reef is even longer than the Great Wall of China and can be…

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A student’s guide to a safe road trip

There is no better way of spending the summer break than hitting the road with your friends. Settle on a route that will enable you to take fun and adventurous breaks, a bit of sun and surf, some nature hikes, and a cool party or two. But don’t forget that when it comes to the road trip, safety is always first. You need to make sure that you get everything ready for the big trip, and to stay safe while driving. And this article is here to help you do just that. Let’s start! Lock in the route A lot…

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A student’s guide to Amsterdam

With three major universities and a large student population, Amsterdam is definitely one of the best destinations in Western Europe for college students. To help you get settled down and experience the capital of Netherlands in the best way possible, we’ve created the ultimate student’s guide to Amsterdam.   Getting around the city Although there are trams and buses in the city, the easiest way to get around Amsterdam is by biking. You won’t have much trouble finding a second-hand bike here and there is also the option of renting a decent ride. Trams and buses in the city run…

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5 reasons to spend your holidays on a motorcycle

Vacation time is precious. We want to use up every single minute, every single day we have. That’s why getting to our destination as soon and as fast as possible is something to strive for greatly. A direct line bus, or a plane, all of that can grant us as much time as we can get at our holiday spot. But, what if, and forgive us on this cliché, the journey is more important than the destination? The whole point of vacation is just to relax, right? Where you are actually going is just secondary to that. So why not…

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