So … Donald Trump eh?

I wrote my first ever article about Donald Trump yesterday. It’s hard to know what is actually going on with him and his supporters if you a: don’t live in America and b: tend to only hear very anti-Trump opinions. I attempted to be as objective as you can be with someone like that and read his campaign policies to get an idea of what he wants to do with his time in office. I got the policies from politiplatform.com and some don’t appear on his official website, but they are all based on things he has said. Obviously, people are getting quite hysterical about him and it’s hard to tell what’s actually going to happen, but from the looks of it, things are likely to get worse.

Read my full article here. 

It hasn’t even been a month yet and already the immigration ban, ongoing commitment to the Mexican wall and refusal to fund foreign organisations which even /mention/ the word abortion has got a lot of people quite understandably scared, and judging from some of his policies and statements things are going to get scarier. Is anyone from America? What do you think of Trump? Are you scared? Do you support him? What on earth is goin on?



Days 22/24: Sofia

Europe via Bus

Has anyone binge watched Bates Motel recently? I spent about four days finishing all four seasons (40 episodes) of that show and now my life feels slightly wrong. I wrote a thing about it in an attempt to make myself feel productive, and the thing was written on one of the new websites I am now collaborating with!

Some of you may have guessed that I’m back from my Europe trip. To be totally and utterly honest with you I’ve been back for some time. Since the 22nd of November to be exact. The trouble with travel blogging is that it’s all well and good when everything is still there and fresh in your mind, but when you go home and start settling back into ‘real’ life it can be hard to remember what it was like to be travelling. You remember what happened, but you can’t quite…

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