The Hundred Wells of Salaga by Ayesha Harruna Attah

Pre-warning: this review has spoilers.  This summer I wanted read more stories written by West African authors about the culture and everyday lives of individuals before and during the trans-atlantic slave-trade. I have in the past read the household authors, Chimanda Ngozi Adichie, and Chinua Achebe who deal with themes very much in line with … More The Hundred Wells of Salaga by Ayesha Harruna Attah


Cyprus is a place where you can experience various different types of holidays. If you’re a lounging by the pool side kind of person, then a luxury holiday villa in Paphos might be for you, if you’re a beach holiday kind of person well Cyprus has them in abundance. Adventurous? Take to the Troodos mountains for … More Cyprus

Zungoli, Italy

Situated in the province of Avellino, Campania in Southern Italy, Zungoli has been named one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. It holds the orange flag (la Bandiera arancione), a prestigious recognition awarded by the Touring Club Italiano to small towns for excellency in tourism, hospitality and the environment. Indeed, if you want to … More Zungoli, Italy

Warsaw, Poland

Having previously travelled to Bulgaria and Hungary, I feel that it’s only in recent years have the beauties of Eastern European countries really become more known to international tourists. Since it was my first time in Poland, we decided to stick to Warsaw and Kraków. As with travelling anywhere it’s always nice to get a … More Warsaw, Poland

Fragile student mental health will leave us broken

This is something I’ve wanted to write about for a while now but I’ve struggled on how to approach the topic. The intensity and direction of my thoughts about student mental health changes daily, along with my good days and bad days. One thing that does however remain constant for me is the demoralising feeling … More Fragile student mental health will leave us broken