The “Living Abroad Blues”

It’s that time of the year. University essays are piling up, my bank account is worried about the amount of Christmas presents I still need to buy and I am missing home. My parents’ visit to England last week was absolutely amazing! But soon as they left a massive wave of homesickness crashed over me. […]

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The Dangers of the Winter Sun

Today I’m super happy to announce the very first guest blog on The Navigatio. Written by the wonderful Skin Careless. Make sure to check out her blog after reading this post! Page Contents The dangers of the winter sunWhat’s the big deal with UV?Why do you have to worry if it’s not sunny?How can you protect […]

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Getting over your fear of flying

As a Dutchie living in England and a lover of travelling, planes are like buses to me. I fly at least eight times a year; sometimes even more. This includes visiting my hometown in the Netherlands, going back to my home in Manchester and holidays. And even with all these flights every year, I am still scared […]

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Kindle VS Paper Books

As an English and Creative Writing student, I almost feel embarrassed to say that I own – and love owning – a kindle. Don’t get me wrong, books are my all-time favourite. The smell, the feel, everything. I still read paper books, buy the ones with pretty covers and collect my favourite stories in my […]

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Foundation Coffee House | Cafe Review

Today we will continue our little journey through my favourite coffee spots in Manchester: Foundation Coffee House. I only recently discovered this cafe but they do some amazing drinks and the spacious coffee bar has a really nice and productive vibe to it. The vibes Ezra&Gil , the cafe we looked at last week, is definitely […]

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Erza&Gil in Manchester|Review

After moving to Manchester and starting the stressful student life, I slowly slipped into the love for coffee. Not only to get me through the sleepless nights, but I’ve grown to really love the taste of them! Especially since I work as a barista outside of university. The Vibes The first time I went to […]

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