• Sundara Karma @ Rock City

    After having the privilege of interviewing Whenyoung before the gig and after listening to their music on the bus journey I was excited to see them in action on the stage, so I purchased a cold dark fruit and watched as people slowly started to fill the notorious Rock...
  • Tips for Interrailling 

    I went interrailing with two of my friends for six weeks in March last year. I had the most amazing time and would strongly recommend it. Here are some top tips to get the best out of your experience. Research before choosing your destination – how much is there...
  • Temporary Home: Camp America

    Summer 2017 was without a doubt the best summer of my life, and it was spent working as a camp counsellor in Greeley, Pennsylvania. This trip really starts back in October 2016 with the application process, which was a lot of paperwork and form filling. From this came the...
  • Home Run: the Isle of Wight

    Nestled away in the English channel, the Isle of Wight is often reputed as an OAP’s paradise, or as a permanent re-enactment of the 50s and 60. The Isle of Wight is in fact really a hub of history, music, and eccentricity. Let me convince you that the place...
  • Home Run: Cambridge

    “Where are you from?” “Cambridge” I lie, when anyone from outside of East Anglia asks me. Technically, I grew up in a tiny village north of the city, but Cambridge is still ‘home’. Cambridge is a little urban hotspot for creativity, science, culture and history in the East Anglian countryside...
  • Hawaii: Its Magnetic Resonance and I

    From 21st to the 28th April 2017, I attended the annual conference/exhibition held by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. ISMRM is a globally recognised society and its annual meetings draw in thousands of experts and students whom attend in order to...
  • Adventure Thrifts: Riga

    A historical city centre with Baltic culture: 700,000 inhabitants live in Riga thus making it the largest city in the Baltic Sea. Although the official language is Latvian, English is understood and spoken – especially amongst the younger crowd. Widely known are the Old Town (Vecriga), a UNESCO World...