For a country bumpkin such as myself, deciding to undertake an internship in bustling London seemed, on paper, like a rather colossal shift away from working in an office with a view of the Himalayas. A leap out of my comfort zone. The internship is with human rights organisation, Free Tibet (website here), and I … Continue reading A leap out of my comfort zone
I had this flash of inspiration for a game to fill the long boring hours on train journeys whilst sat on a five-hour brain-numbing excursion at the weekend (I’m not going to call it a flash of genius because it is quite frankly bonkers). There aren’t a lot of things you can do on a … Continue reading A game to pass the time on a train
I write this article as I’m sat on a train, wedged between a window and a man whose arse takes up one and a half seats, who seems to enjoy as his only form of sustenance cheese and onion crisps. It is the only smell spare his potent sweat that I can currently smell, burning … Continue reading Train Etiquette – A grumpy 22 year old’s code of locomotive conduct.