Desert Island Reads

We asked our students for their recommended reads to take with you on study abroad. These were some of their responses: “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie A funny, sad and sweet book that gives a small window into life as a black, female ‘immigrant’ in America. Beautifully written and challenges a lot of preconceptions people … More Desert Island Reads

Life in Oslo

Adapting to life and culture in Oslo was not as difficult as I thought it might have been. The weather has definitely been different to what I’m used to. Summer was warmer than home, winter was colder (and much longer). The seasons are stark contrasts to each other, so you can sunbathe on the islands … More Life in Oslo

Argentine Weekend Escapes: San Antonio de Areco

Originally posted on green-beenz:
Buenos Aires. The birthplace of tango. Home to 48 districts; the city that never sleeps. From newly built skyscrapers and brightly coloured street art to historically significant architecture, from romanticised restaurants to bustling nightlife, this Latin American metropolis continues to impress each and every one of it’s visitors. There is so much to…