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The Best Books to Make You Feel British

For those who found themselves at the British Library last weekend, standing in close proximity to a girl with watering eyes who had been brought to tears by the original manuscripts of Jane Austen, I do apologise. What can I say, I was pretty impressed. I’ve loved books and reading for as long as I can remember – to the point where my older brother (who didn’t share this same love) would pay me to read his school books and report back to him. This…

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Describing Edinburgh in three words

Melburnian Aside of the generally friendly vibe of the city, it was the coffee, the cafes (in particular,┬áThe Pantry & Maxi’s) , the food (my favourites: Pickles and Red Squirrel), the markets plus the somewhat urbanised seaside which made me feel quite at home. Hilly The climb to Arthur’s Seat was described to me as a ‘manageable hike’ – emphasis on the word HIKE. Despite the sore quads which followed, the view was definitely worth the climb. Magical The birthplace of Harry Potter, the castles,…

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