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I love Bangkok. I mean I really love Bangkok. I love how no matter where you look, there’s something that will entertain, amaze, inspire or (in some instances) shock you. It could be the solemnness of a Buddha as he meditates at a temple, the aromas of a stall that’s dishing out street food, or the craziness of a street that’s packed with market stalls.
Reading the above, it might not come as a surprise to find out that Bangkok is…
Posted on September 16, 2014 at 4:06pm
It’s back to school time. Or rather for many, it's time to start at a new school, college or university. Finding the right place to live can be challenging at this time of year. Student homestay options are available and often a great way to settle into a new place where everything, including the people, is new and unfamiliar.
Broadly speaking, the biggest change any freshman makes as they start college is the amount of autonomy…
Posted on September 4, 2014 at 10:00am
The good news about hosting is that once you have the basics organised, your experience will be anything but a chore. Here's a quick check list on to create a great experience for your guests and keep things as simple and seamless for you both.
Unless you plan to be at home all day and night, it's a good idea to have a spare key ready for your guest so that they can come and go without relying on you to be there to let them in.…
Posted on August 28, 2014 at 1:30pm
With the Leaving Cert exam results and CAO college places just announced, the annual scramble for student accommodation has well and truly begun. With an increase in rent prices as well as a shortage of housing, students are finding it harder than ever to secure affordable accommodation.
For many, the transition from school to college can mean relocating to a new city and most likely will be their first experience of living without their parents. For others, such…Continue
Posted on August 21, 2014 at 3:04pm