Travel

Nestled away in the English channel, the Isle of Wight is often reputed as an OAP’s paradise, or as a

Spending two weeks in New York City was easily one of the most incredible experiences I have ever had. The

Due to its very rural nature and reputation for being a bit old-school, Norfolk is the East Anglian gem that

“Where are you from?” “Cambridge” I lie, when anyone from outside of East Anglia asks me. Technically, I grew up

Brighton is, hands-down, one of my favourite places in the world. Having lived a 10-minute train journey away from the

Though I was born across the Pennines in the depths of Yorkshire, for most of my life I (like nearly

Ahh, London. The spiritual home of the permanently irritated. It’s a cliché, but you can take the man out of

From 21st to the 28th April 2017, I attended the annual conference/exhibition held by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance

A historical city centre with Baltic culture: 700,000 inhabitants live in Riga thus making it the largest city in the

There’s a sense of calm that comes with not knowing where you’ll be at the end of the day. I’m