Amidst all the essays and long days at university, let me share with you day 3 of our Agadir trip: https://youtu.be/oI81E8Zjyzk Until Next Time A Worried Student
Dear Hackney, I would like to thank you for not letting me down. You see, everytime I tell people that I am from Hackney, there is a slight gasp and shudder as they contemplate how on earth I have managed to survive living in such an infamous area. They wonder if I have been…Read more Thanks Hackney
It has been a fun filled four days in Agadir but as we woke up this morning, the sound of the ocean was accompanied by the sound of rain. Which is to be expected, it is their winter after all. However, it seems one thing Moroccan's don't expect is the cold of winter. The mornings…Read more Central Heating
I recently bought a bike and although I previously had one, that was six years ago when the money came out of my dad's pocket instead of mine. This time round, it is all different so its safe to say that I have learnt a few things. Deciding which bike to buy can be a difficult…Read more My Experience With Biking
I guess I can get away with mentioning the World Cup right? Well seeing as it is starting today (Go Brasil!) and it is the only competition that I become truly excited for, even if Brasil do not win. It's a good thing that you can get caught up in the drama of the World…Read more Awaiting Freedom
I'm not really sure why but when I first bought a bike about six years ago, it seemed like a big deal to my family and relatives. Perhaps it was because living in London, bikes were not so common back then or maybe it was that my family had this built-in fear for bikes with…Read more Oh No, This Again..
Occasionally on the news, we read stories about how in some countries like China where the economy has suddenly boomed, there are areas called ghost towns. These are vast areas where buildings have been planned, built and erected but not a single person lives in them. They are utterly deserted, as if they are contaminated…Read more Ghost Towns
Currently the smell of the BBQ glowing in the garden fills the air. That moment after everything has been eaten in a wild rush of hunger and all quiet descends, until it is broken by the shrill cry to tidy up. The killer of joy: cleaning. Robots still haven't been invented yet, which is why…Read more Trying To Enjoy Life Without Its Politics