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Chester itinerary

One day in Chester

Revisiting Chester had been high on my to-do list for quite a few months. I visited it once with my former roommate back during my first time in the UK, but we hid from the rain in a cafe for pretty much the entire day. A day trip to Chester has so much more to […] Read more…

Manchester Christmas Market

Manchester Christmas Market Guide 2019

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Manchester Christmas Markets! And that needs to be celebrated, right? This year, the Markets will open on Friday November 8th and close on Sunday December 22nd. The markets will be open daily from 10 AM till 8 PM. Definitely enough time to visit one of the best […] Read more…

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Best Independent Coffee Shops in Manchester, UK

She’s talking about coffee AND Manchester again, lads. Hold your horses! If you’ve been following me for a while, you know my obsession with coffee. And for those who are new: Hi! I’m an ex-barista coffee snob that writes travel articles fueled by caffeine! Coffee is one thing, but then there’s Manchester. The other love […] Read more…

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Best things to do in Sheffield in one day

Last month I finally spent a day in Sheffield! Even though I have been living in Manchester for almost five years, I’ve never taken the short train journey to explore this city. Luckily, my lovely friend Laura lived in Sheffield for 3 years and took the day to show me her favourite spots. Who would […] Read more…

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How To Improve Your English

Surprise; English is my second language! Okay, maybe not a surprise because I’m quite open about it. But still – not too bad, right? In this blog post, I wanted to explain how I’ve learned English, how I constantly work on improving my foreign language skills and some tips on how to improve your English. […] Read more…

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How To Get Into University In England?

Studying abroad for a semester or one academic year is quite a common thing nowadays. Doing a full-time degree abroad is a different story. And yet here I am, having finished a full-time degree in English and Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. It has been tough, but it’s been by far the best things […] Read more…