Canterbury is a city recognised in history as a site of pilgrimage. In Medieval England, people would travel to visit the shrine of the murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket, which was immortalised in Chaucer's epic poem, The Canterbury Tales. We only had a spring afternoon to make our pilgrimage, but we tried to pack in as… Continue reading Travel Diary: Visiting Canterbury
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Need cheering up? Fancy a funny read? Here's the first of my #travelfails series.
On a slightly frosty Tuesday morning, I rolled out of bed to prepare for my commute to a course in London. Travelling by train during rush hour is nothing new to me - I went to university in Regent Street - so I knew what I was in for: hours of waiting, then being squished… Continue reading My Commuter Adventure