Travelling is the ultimate dream for many students and with the long holidays and abundance of like-minded friends, university is a great time to explore the world!  The only issue is that student loans don’t usually stretch to endless flights, hostels and activities so here are my favourite budget travel tips…

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For most young travellers, the main thing holding us back is money. We can work three jobs and save every penny (not that I can ever resist buying that perfect skirt I definitely don’t need) but we still long for more cash to take us further around the world for…

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It’s May, which means the sun is coming out and, for us students, the books are stacking up fast and thinking about the summer is perfect procrastination. For some, me included *tear*, this is the end of their time in Newcastle, but even between drinking your body weight in trebles…

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It’s September and that can only mean one thing, it’s time to head back to university, or for thousands of people around the country, time to take the plunge for the first time. As students flock back to Newcastle, the university is gearing up for its biggest Fresher’s Week yet…

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Thailand is the perfect place for young people to start their travelling adventures. As a whole, it provides the drastic culture shock that first time travel should but combines this feeling of discovery with an incredibly developed infrastructure for tourism. It allows you to really feel immersed in a new…

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