Dean Village…

…by Rachael / from Scotland / studying English Literature / 4th year I want to introduce you to Dean Village; a tranquil refuge found just minutes away from Edinburgh’s bustling Princes Street. I have loved Dean Village ever since I discovered it a few years ago, but I held off on writing this post as … More Dean Village…

Dr Neil’s Garden…

…by Rachael / from Scotland / studying English Literature / 4th year You may or may not already know this but, hiding behind Edinburgh’s Duddingston Kirk and overlooked by the looming Arthur’s Seat, lies a secluded garden; one that faces the loch and is bursting with beauty. It is called Dr Neil’s Garden, and it … More Dr Neil’s Garden…

Cramond Village…

…by Rachael / from Scotland / studying English Literature / 4th year I just have to tell you about Cramond Island. I feel that this tidal island is a hidden gem of Edinburgh’s that has almost been forgotten about, which is a true shame as it’s honestly one of the most beautiful places I have … More Cramond Village…

How to make the most of Christmas in Edinburgh…

…by Bethany / studying Philosophy & Psychology / 2nd Year Whilst the Scrooge’s amongst you will scream “it’s only November!”, the Christmas celebrations kick off early in Edinburgh. Here are the events you can’t miss this festive season: The Christmas Market  The Christmas market opens its gates on the 17th November and can be found in … More How to make the most of Christmas in Edinburgh…

Back to School…

…by Jess / from Grimsby, England / studying French and Linguistics / 3rd year Without doubt, working as a Curriculum Ambassador for French was one of the most rewarding and worth-while experiences I have taken up since joining university. Over six months, I taught French to a class of Primary 6 pupils every week at … More Back to School…