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Is Thailand as deadly for millennials to travel in as we have been told?

Thailand attracts millions of visitors every year with its tropical beaches and bright blue seas, most recently it has been one of the main destinations for millennials to visit whilst on gap years and adventures. However, there is a darker side to this beautiful country that causes thousands of deaths to young backpackers each year…or […]

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A Royal Relax

With a very special royal wedding just around the corner, I felt it would be a perfect time to visit the location of this event in Windsor. Now, although I wasn’t there at the time of the wedding itself I had a relaxing and recharging break after a long term. I visited Sir Christopher Wren Hotel […]

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The Frankensteins

Frankenstein is one of the most famous and influential novels of all time, and this year marks the 200thanniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, which she wrote in 1818 when she was 20. At the time Shelley had to publish her novel anonymously, which was not uncommon for female authors at this time as they were […]

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Cyclists Are Traffic Too

By the age of five on average, we can ride a bike, whilst learning there are many times that you fall off and sob uncontrollably to your mother that you’ve “broken your leg”, when in fact it was just a scrape. On average, every year at least 3 people are killed by cyclists. In this […]

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Lemon Drizzle Cake

Ingredients Cake 225g unsalted butter 225g caster sugar 4 eggs finely grated zest from 1 lemon 225g self-raising flour   For the drizzle topping Juice 1½ lemons 85g caster sugar   How to make Heat your oven to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4. Beat together 225g softened unsalted butter 225g caster sugar until pale and creamy Add […]

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Cheating: The Social Norm?

Cheating has become more prevalent throughout recent years, especially through the media and social media. Social Media:  Having social media, myself I have witnessed people mock those who have been cheated on, laughing that the cheater is “so sly” or “savage”. People who write things like this publicly clearly cannot be aware of the hurt […]

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Animal Crossing App Review

There has been plenty of anticipation for Nintendo’s latest app release ‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’. Animal Crossing was originally released on Nintendo’s portable devices in early 2001 and was a craze for practically every child that had a Nintendo DS. By looking at the name of the app I’m sure you might gather that this […]

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Should you be friends with your ex?

After recent studies done by Oakland University, researchers Justin Mogilski and Lisa Welling have finally answered the question that’s been on everyone’s mind at least once in their life. The study itself was looking at whether there was a correlation between ‘dark personality traits’ – such as psychopathic tendencies, narcissism and duplicity – and wanting […]

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‘Annabelle: Creation’ Review

In Annabelle: Creation we see the origin of the famous Annabelle doll that we have seen in two previous Conjuring films. We join Samuel Mullins, the doll maker and his wife Esther and their daughter Annabelle. After an unfortunate accident killing Annabelle, the couple grieve the loss so badly they barely leave their farmhouse. Another […]

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Players Vs. Psychos

This is a collaboration blog with Ell’s Online. Recently, there has been many issues surrounding sexual liberation for both genders. It is a known fact that females are ‘slut-shamed’ but now it is becoming more of a thing for boys to face as well being called players and ‘f*ckboys’. There is a lot of awareness […]

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