As exams have ended, a few of us thought it would be a good idea to do something for a day. We spontaneously decided at 1pm that Dartmoor would be a good idea. Dartmoor isn’t easily accessible by foot, unless you live close by or are a walking enthusiast. The beauty of driving to Dartmoor is that it actually allows you to get all the way up to the moors. We decided to take the bus halfway and walk the rest of the way.Read More
BSc (Hons) Marine Biology
We were headed to Blakeney Point, which is a National Nature Reserve in the coastal city of Blakeney and is well known for common and grey seal sightings. We finally made our way up to the boat yard and met up with the people who owned it. This was in a salt marsh and when we arrived the tide was low so you could see how deep the creaks were. To access the seal colonies you either need to get on a boat or walk, with walking allowing you to get closer to the seals.Read More
Every year the University run at least one (very reasonably priced) trip to the Bath Christmas markets for international students, such as myself, to give us a taste (quite literally) of Christmas in the UK.Read More
Plymouth’s very own light festival - how exciting!
The event honours the anniversary of The Mayflower which set sail from Plymouth in 1620 and arrived in America 66 days later. It is celebrated here in Plymouth as well as in Plymouth Massachusetts, having their 400th anniversary in 2020.Read More