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Hi! My name is Sasha Nugara and I am currently studying English literature at Cardiff University. My passions include food and travel and I love injecting this into my writing, so stay tuned for many posts to come! I recently acquired the role of food and drink editor at my university magazine and I’m looking forward to sharing all my articles on here in hope to reach a wider audience! My blog is very new and I’m only just getting to grips with how to use it and maximize your enjoyment as a reader, so bear with me!
Written for Quench magazine “The university climate can be brutal and intense, but nothing I couldn’t rise above” On the 1st of October my co-editor, Indigo, pitched the idea of ‘Sober for October’ and for one of us to take up the challenge. This immediately piqued my interest as, due to my status as a … Continue reading A sobering October
Everyone was off for an Indian and the BYOB policy meant we were in for a heavy night. A trip to Tesco left everyone with crates of beer and wine whilst I straggled behind with my single bottle of Tesco’s finest nosecco. I was particularly grateful for my antibiotics as this was the first night … Continue reading Sober for October; the Nosecco experience
Port Andratx offered everything I could want and more. Stunning views were supplied everywhere you looked, and the endless restaurants did not stop providing gorgeous food and drink. The location proved to be perfect. At the top of the hill, I was treated to 180 degrees of uninterrupted views of the sea and beautiful mountainous … Continue reading The Mallorcan covid holiday experience – part 2
10 days in and it’s fair to say that my sober October has already come with its ups and downs. The support I’ve received from my friends and family is undeniably the thing that has kept me going and my motivation up. None of my friends have attempted to peer pressure me into drinking (not … Continue reading Sober for October; the story so far
Adapted from my article for Quench magazine As we welcome the Autumn months and say goodbye to the hot sun, home growers and farmlands find themselves inundated with all those wintery fruits and vegetables that we all know and love. My family absolutely love growing their own produce and each year our garden is swamped … Continue reading Tips on how to use your Autumn produce
After endless months of being trapped inside and tied to my hometown, I was eager to get back to travelling the world. Like many others, my plans to travel far had been shot down. I had set my sights on South East Asia and Sri Lanka, but this trip would have to be postponed. However, … Continue reading The Mallorcan Covid holiday experience – Part 1
A 20 year old English lit student based in Cardiff and Bath
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