Summertime each year is always a nostalgic, and often bittersweet, time for me as I reminisce over past holidays and the adventures I embarked on in previous years. This summer is no different. Every day my timehop presents a photo or post that reminds me of the amazing things I’ve experienced in my 19 years.
This is a rarity for all of us, as student life is busy, dramatic and sometimes overwhelming… but every cloud or investment debt has its silver lining.
The summer is finally here (although the weather tells us differently) and the uni is over which means that your long-awaited holiday is approaching.
We all need a break once in a while, especially when studying at University consumes so much of our life, but with not much money to spare, finding a holiday for the right price can be problematic.
It’s summer which means it’s time for some travelling! The sunny weather is asking for it itself but since we all are students (usually on a budget haha #studentlife) we can only afford going to certain places.
One of the highlights of the Geography course here at Worcester, is when students are invited to travel on residential field trips.