You can read the full article on Scotcampus.com here. This summer Scotcampus Magazine were kind enough to send me over to T in the Park to do some reviews and feature writing. I spent two days inside the Media Village surrounded by professional journalists and photographers, all of us enjoying the free access to the … Continue reading Knee deep in action: Strathallan Castle welcomes T in the Park!
I wrote 'Sparks' for one of my Creative Writing assignments at university in second year. I don't upload a lot of excerpts of fiction because a great deal of my time is spent article writing - not that that's a bad thing! But I feel like I should include more of my stories in my Rachael … Continue reading Sparks!
Read the full article on Scotcampus.com here. Go on. Please make my day. How we got here: train Where we stayed: Generator Hostel (9/10) Attractions visited: The Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, The Jewish Memorial, Hitler’s Bunker, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cathedral, Berlin Zoo Easiest way to navigate within the city: for local travel, Trams are a … Continue reading Diary of a Backpacker, days 18-21: Berlin
'What makes Glasgow Great - July' was published in The Student Advertiser in July, 2015 Summer is upon us, and consequence to a rare few days of Scottish sunshine, our student loan and bursary payments will now temporarily be placed on hold as we rest from university commitments for some four months. However, this is … Continue reading What Makes Glasgow Great – July: Affordable Culture
"After visiting this place - this shrine to a family's hopes, doomed, by the reign of an oppression outith their control - and appreciate the normality of their situation which is, in ways, not too distant from our own, one cannot help but wonder what is happening right now that people of the future should … Continue reading My comment in the Anne Frank Guestbook at the Secret Annex in Amsterdam
Once again, my 'Diary of a Backpacker' series is currently still being published on Scotcampus.com. You can read this article on their website here. How we got here: train Where we stayed: A+ Hostel (ironically, as far from ‘A plus’ standard as you can get) Attractions visited: the Astronomical Clock, the Town Hall tower, Museum of Medieval … Continue reading Diary of a Backpacker: Days 14-17, Prague
Our third stop of the trip brings us to Budapest, the city of Ezra. Our initial plan was to journey to the white sands and pearly white habitats of Croatia but unfortunately one particularly badly cooked Italian calzone was not my pal... You can read the actual article on Scotcampus.com here. How we got here: … Continue reading Diary of a Backpacker: Days 11-13, Budapest