December 2017

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Men in hard hats and orange vests surveying an earthquake affected area; a yellow excavator is behind.

Mexico Earthquake: People Power

Earlier this year, in a very short space of time we witnessed two shattering earthquakes hit Mexico; the first a magnitude 8.2 with its epicentre in the Gulf of Tehuantepec,

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Gardens in London: My Top Picks

England’s capital is home to wonderful green spaces – Royal gardens, small garden squares and gardens ceremoniously donated to London, like The Kyoto Garden. Basically, we have a lot of

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Cultural Ambiguity and Travel

Traversing borders on long, arduous journeys tends to leave agitated minds with nothing more to do than reflective self-encounter. Often, the restless come to face with haunting conflicts that cling

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Long Haul Flights: How to Afford Them

Everyone should have the opportunity to experience and learn new things outside of their ‘comfort-zones’, beyond their spheres of custom. However, when it comes to physical travel, flights aren’t cheap,

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Why Travel: No Earthly Reason (why not)

Why travel? Travel is as a wholly advantageous endeavour. Connecting with other cultures promotes empathy. Stepping outside of the familiar forces intentionality. It can be uncomfortable, but most worthwhile experiences

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