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Best independent restaurants and cafes in Bristol

WOKYKO Located in Bristol's new harbourside development, Wapping Warf, Wokyko is a small Asian diner set up in one of the shipping containers that make up Cargo. The restaurant was set up by MasterChef finalist Larkin Cen. You can enjoy fresh meals that embody the flavours and spirit of Asian cuisine,

The Underrated Joys of Travelling Alone & How To Do It

To travel alone is to truly know yourself. You can indulge in exactly what it is you want to do. No itinerary, no guidelines, no haste. Whether it be a couple of days or a year, pack up your bags and hit the road solo-style. Why do it? You have absolute freedom

Naples: The Dos and Don’ts

The past weekend for me was an absolute whirlwind of travel, sightseeing and confused map reading. On Friday a few friends and I set off on the fast train from Rome to Naples, already with a jam packed itinerary ahead of us to see Pompeii and Sorrento all before sunrise

Top Tips For Picking Up A New Language

If you have just moved to a new country and want to pick up on the local lingo or if you just fancy impressing your friends and boss with a new skill set, here are some tips on how to pick up and stick with a new language: Have a goal

Year Abroad: Day 4&5

After a very long morning of waiting over 50 minutes for a bus to work in the blazing Italian sun I arrived at Piazza del Popolo very sweaty and not at all ready for work. The work itself went very well and my boss gave me a ticket to the

Year Abroad: Day 2&3

On Wednesday I woke up early and ate breakfast on my balcony in the already scorching heat before I left for work. Okay, a bowl of cereal and water is not the most Italian of breakfasts - but hey, I only got here on Tuesday so the cupboards are bare

Year Abroad: Day 1

The big day has arrived - the day I start my year abroad.. I was overwhelmed with excitement until I realised that my morning began at 5 am. The excitement dwindled from there. But, after a few (dozen) coffees, airport breakfast and an extremely turbulent Easyjet flight I arrived at

Lost in Translation

Marketing Mix-Ups (Written for: When a company gains momentum and they find themselves snowballing towards global recognition it is important that they adapt their brand respectively. One of the first steps towards this is asking yourself the make-or-break question: “to translate or not to translate?” Slogans. They’re often catchy, unique and