Summer makes this city extraordinarily beautiful especially when it is embraced by sunshine. Edinburgh is the city where I fell in love with coffee. Last month, one of my friends was leaving Edinburgh and as coffer lovers, my friends decided to go for a coffee crawl before he left.
The 20-hour fasting (vs. ~14 hours back home) experience is priceless. Having iftaar at the mosque then teraweeh, exchanging food for iftaar with the sisters - these are the things that made us closer. From strangers we became friends, and the bond just gets stronger.
After finishing exams it is difficult to immediately start your dissertation although it is necessary and something that you know you need to do. This is really different from the rest of the year since you are on your own when it comes to writing your dissertation.
Being broke at one point or another (or constantly) is an integral part of a student’s lifestyle. That’s why today’s post will be about where to go for lunch and not spend a fortune when you’re at the main library or somewhere else at the central campus.
After having started my dissertation, I took a week-end off with some friends to visit the Isle of Skye, one of the furthest parts of Scotland from Edinburgh. The experience started immediately after leaving Edinburgh.