Home Sweet Home: Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Wan Chai is more than just dazzling neon signs and quirky bars. It is one of the most cultural and religious areas in Hong Kong.

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Home Sweet Home: Singapore

Singapore. It’s the perfect name for a city. It rolls off the tongue like the beginning of a song. Say it aloud: it undulates like the waves coming in from the Indian Ocean, slips around in the air like it knows it is a beautiful word. And yet, when you say “Singapore”, the things that…

We’ll always have Paris

This post is written by our co-president, Simran Thakral. Check out her original post here.  As soon as it was confirmed that I was going to the UK to pursue higher studies, I had begun planning my travels around Europe. I had always loved travelling but never really got much opportunity to do so apart from…

“My heart’s in Budapest”

This post is written by our co-president, Simran Thakral. Check out her original post here.  Coming to Budapest, I didn’t have many preconceived notions about the place or the culture. In fact, the decision to visit Hungary on our 10 day long Europe trip was not mine. One of my friends insisted to stop by the…

First Letter from your Exec!

Dear Travel Lovers, Welcome to Warwick Travel! We’re so excited to get started and want to thank all of you for being some of the very first members aboard this journey with us. Thank you to everyone that has already come along to our socials and we’re looking forward to seeing loads more of you…

Auschwitz-Birkenau

No matter how emotionally prepared you are, visiting the concentration camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau will be a horryfing and scarring experience. As someone deeply interested in World War II history and having spent a fair amount of time studying Nazi Germany, I went on the tour of the concentration camp with full awareness of the brutality…

Why Poland?

This blog post was written by our co-president, Priyanka Kumar. You can check out the original post here.  “Why Poland?” “Didn’t you want to escape the British weather?! Poland is probably way more colder than it is over here right now!” Choosing to go to Poland was more of a spur of the moment decision…

A Summer in China

In the summer of 2016, I volunteered abroad with AIESEC in the city of Chengdu, China. The volunteering project involved teaching English to primary and middle school students for five weeks. While there were a lot (and I mean a lot) of challenges faced during the trip, I can proudly say it is the most…

Bonjour Paris – The city of romance

This post was written by our co-president, Priyanka Kumar. Check out the original post here.  Firstly, I sincerely apologise for not updating my blog for a while. I did promise that I’d write about my experiences travelling in Europe, so I am going to write my truest experiences about the cities I visited. Let’s start…

A local’s guide to Sydney beaches

The following piece was written by our co-tour organizer, Pip Marshall. Make sure you check out the original piece here! After living in Australia for 10 years… I think it’s time that I finally do a post on Sydney! Out of all the countries I’ve ever been too, I have to say that Sydney is by…

Amsterdam

Originally posted on travelroundabout:
In summer, Mum and I decided that it was time we went on a holiday together, because with me being at uni and her in London, we don’t get to see each other that often. After long debate, we finally decided on Amsterdam. We only had three days in Amsterdam, and…