Hello lovely people! Last summer I took to the rails and headed out to Europe for my first Interrail trip. Myself and three of my friends had just finished our A-Levels, and fresh with our new-found freedom we smashed 12 cities across 9 countries in 14 days, hearing 6 languages and dealing with 3 currencies … Continue reading A beginners guide to Interrailing, every 18-year-old’s post sixth form dream
Hello lovely people! I've always wanted to become a travel blogger. Mainly for the pretentiousness, feigned image of being cultured and fitting into millennial ideals for once in my life. In reality, I'm just any other skint student wandering around with a backpack, trying to see as much as possible on as little money as … Continue reading Durham is just a budget Edinburgh, so why not visit the better one?
I wish I remembered when I first realised that I'm not straight, but the reality is, I don't. There was no great awakening, fanfare, sudden realisation or cinematics. My sexuality would not have made for a good coming-of-age film plot or inspiring open letter to young questioning youth. It just happened, to the extent that … Continue reading My name is Megan, I’m 19 and not straight. Nice to meet you!
Hello lovely people! By some way of a miracle I’ve finished my first year here in Durham. Currently I’m still at university even though exams are well and truly over, as most students at Durham stay here until the end of June for what is essentially one long extended sesh. I thought I’d take a … Continue reading Pints are always the answer (and other things 1st year taught me)
Hello lovely people! Welcome to my (albeit not first) attempt at blogging! As someone who has written the description of the president of Durham University Orchestral Society on their website (thanks Laura), knows a bit too much about music and is so left-wing it hurts, I've decided to create a space for my musings on … Continue reading Meet the Blogger!