Essentials to remember when travelling

It’s the night before your trip. You’ve packed the majority of your suitcase, and you’re convinced that you’ve not missed anything. But what about those little essentials that are so easy to forget? Here’s a quick checklist to help you keep on top of everything! Electronics chargers: so easy to forget! I mean, you’ll probably be charging your phone overnight before you leave, making it so easy to leave out of your suitcase the next morning. Make sure you have phone chargers, tablet/e-Book chargers, and laptop chargers all safely stowed away.  Medication: remember to pack any essentials like prescribed medication…

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The Hunt Guides – Review

Whether the plan is a gap year, a summer road trip or a multi-country backpacking adventure, The HUNT Guides Boxed Sets will provide local insight and flavor to any trip.   I was lucky enough to get sent these pocked guides to review. I have a personal interest in travelling, and was very excited to receive these and have a good look. As summer has just ended and students are about to get back to university life, it might be exciting to get planning next years summer (so its the best one yet!). The Hunt guides are aimed to give…

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Top 5 Things to do In Huddersfield

Huddersfield is a great place but doesn’t always receive the attention it deserves. If you’re planning on heading down, here are 5 things you should definitely check out.Castle HillThis has been by far one of my favourite places and a very popular place to visit in Huddersfield. Castle Hill is located near Newsome village, approximately 10 minutes drive from the centre. The Hill dates back 4000 years and is known for its Victoria Tower. It’s a beautiful place to walk, have a warm drink and simply enjoy the beautiful view. The Victoria Tower is usually open to explore (small admission fee of £1.85)….

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Travel bucket list

Travelling is a huge part of some student’s lives. Whether it be a gap year that you take, or the chance to go abroad with the degree you have chosen. Travelling is increasing in expense but painfully, other countries are becoming prettier. Hike the Machu Picchu trail, PeruBeing one of the new seven wonders of the world, an expedition like this is bound to be on a bucket list.High up on a mountain ridge above the sacred valley, archaeologists believe that Machu Picchu was an estate built for the Inca emperor, Pachacuit. Built in around 1450, the ancient ruins are also…

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How to master travelling by rail

 Whether you’re a home bug and can’t stay away from your mum’s fry ups for too long, love to party with friends in different cities, or perhaps cart yourself halfway across the UK to see a loved one; many of us have to grit and bare the infuriation of tedious train rides. With these handy tips, you’ll be a pro in no time.Get yourself a rail cardEven though £30 might seem pricey to spend on a card, the 16-25 Railcard gives you 1/3 off ticket prices every time you travel. Depending on how frequently you commute, this can be paid…

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