Travel

  • Schengen visa

    Living abroad has its perks of travelling around especially in different parts of Europe. Being an international student could mean that you might need a visa to get into some of the European countries. You might have come across ‘Schengen visa’ that basically allows access to about 26 countries that comprise within the Schengen-area. I […]

  • Places to visit in Dundee

    Dundee has a lot of spots for exploring landscape photography. I am sure as soon as you come to Dundee, you will hear a lot about Dundee Law – the highest point in the city. It is a special place for people who enjoy a steep run with a magnificent view that evolves with each […]

  • 5 Best Places to Eat/Drink in Dundee, According to a Law Student and her Friends

    Want to expand your food horizons? Want to visit a cute coffee shop or order-in some amazing food? I have the answer to your prayers! Here are the top 5 places to eat/drink in Dundee, according to yours truly and her friends. Victoria Sponge, Broughty Ferry If you’re wondering how good the cakes here are, […]

  • Arbroath cliffs

    I love travelling around Scotland and one the nearby places to visit are Arbroath Cliffs. It is located near Arbroath, Angus and has breath-taking views. There is a trail to follow up towards the cliffs, which is about 12.2 kilometres, so wear comfortable shoes. It is about 40-to-50-minute drive from Dundee whereas it might take […]

  • A Walk up Dundee Law

    This time last year, after being in lockdown and barely going outside for months, I decided I wanted to do something active for a change. One of the places that I’d never been, even though I’d been in Dundee for 3 years, was the Law, which seemed crazy as it’s such a noticeable and important […]

  • Reflection: Civil Engineering through the years and my favourite parts!

    As my time at University comes to an end, I have been reflecting back on the long but short 5 years. I came to University hopeful, excited and a little nervous. Like the majority of students, my biggest fear was that I wouldn’t make friends. That quickly changed of course once I realized all the […]

  • How to: Move out, the guide

    I am sure everyone, including me, is currently stressing over exams, assignment and potentially, moving out. That’s why I decided to make this short and easy guide on how to move out, hassle-free. Here’s what you will need: Boxes and/or bags for packing Tape, lots and lots of it Permanent marker(s) Padlock, if your storage […]

  • I will adventure again

    With the weather getting warmer, days getting longer and eased restrictions moving closer (hopefully), I am starting to get back to planning bigger adventures a little further from Dundee, in hopes that they will be possible in some form this summer. In the spirit of adventure inspiration, I have dug out some past adventure video […]

  • 5 countries you can visit on a budget

    With the COVID-19 vaccine out and ready for to be distributed, the world is giving us some hope for a Summer 2021 or at least Easter/Summer 2022 vacation with your friends or family. If you are anything like me and you like to be the one making the bookings for your friends, here are some […]

  • Covid Can’t Stop Me – Tier 3 Adventuring

    I may have gotten stuck in Dundee for all. of 2020 thanks to Covid, but there is no way I could let that mess up my year. And while proper multi-day adventure trips may not really be a possibility right now, my adventurer heart decided it was time for some Covid defiance and I spent […]