Fear stops us from experiencing moments that make us feel alive. The night before my climb to Mt. Pilatus, I woke up fearing that the cog wheel train–the steepest in the world at 48 degrees–would fall over the edge. Of course I was over reacting. Of course my mind just had to zero in on...
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Thee third and final instalment of Reasons to Visit Oxford has come. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading Part 1 and Part 2, and that it has persuaded you to add the beautiful city of Oxford to your travel bucket list. Here we go! Here is Reasons to Visit Oxford Part 3. THE RESTAURANTS & PUBS 1....
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Shakespeare open air play Oxford
Welcome back to the second instalment of this 3-part travel series. This week’s Reasons to Visit Oxford Part 2 feature is a  compilation of experiences and places/excursions! THE EXCURSIONS The University of Oxford summer courses If you’ve ever wanted to study in the UK, The University of Oxford offers short summer courses for international students. It...
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view from St. Mary's Oxford
  Oxford, located in Oxfordshire, UK, is a city of beauty and brains. It is famous for its prestigious institution—The University of Oxford. At first glance, you will notice the archaic quality imminent in this city. Look again. You’ll see its charm, and timeless, rustic beauty. I spent a summer term abroad there for a...
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solo travel guide what to expect
Last July, I left the sultry shores of Manila to experience the British culture for a short study program abroad–all while traveling solo. The whole thing really pushed me out of my comfort zone, and has been the most fulfilling experience of my life. Here are a few things that you can expect when you embark on...
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