There It was the first time that the five of us had entertained the idea of going scuba diving but it was the one thing we were most looking forward to on our Malta trip. We decided to jump straight in and after booking our trip on the day we landed, we woke up early,…Read more Scuba Diving In Malta
So what do you do? I stared at the young lad who had come to rent my camera and my mind struggled for a few seconds. It was the first time I’d been asked that question by a total stranger since graduating from university. I find myself in a position difficult to describe; on one…Read more What Do You Do?
Have you been contemplating visiting the little island of Malta? If you live in the UK or in Europe then chance are that you've considered Malta as a possibile holiday destination. If you are currently weighing up your options for this summer then I would suggest you lean towards the beautiful island of Malta because…Read more Do you want to visit Malta?
Before flying off to Malta and in the middle of election madness, I had the opportunity to film an event held by Innovation Forum. It is an international organisation which encourages business entrepreneurship. This event was focussed on bridging the gap between academia and enterprise with a panel of experts offering their words of wisdom.…Read more Innovation Forum
For the past week I have been travelling across Malta with a group of university mates. Malta is an amazing place, full of natural beauty with a rich cultural history. Dozens of ancient Roman buildings and a 1000 year old Arab influence on its language and country. Here are a few photos before I start…Read more Malta – A Much Needed Break
After typing over 6000 words today, I have no idea why I have decided to write a post as I sit here eating a well-earned bowl of spaghetti bolognese. Well, it wasn't 6000 words of coursework or anything that required too much thinking, but 6000 words of logging. You should know what logging is from previous…Read more Let’s Type a Bit More
It was done. With a click of the mouse, I'd paid off the final installment of my university tuition fees. I looked around for a crowd of applauding fans but the room was as usual empty, save for the three mugs and two water bottles I'd accumulated on my bookshelves over the past few days…Read more Beating the 9K