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Isabelle Rayner
Edinburgh, University of
I study Sustainable Development and Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh. I was born in England, moved to the Caribbean for a few years and now live in Scotland. I've just come back from a year abroad in Canada. Email: isabelle.rayner@outlook.com
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The ideal place for thrillseekers to unwind.

Stargazing pods have been installed at Alton Towers Resort

The ideal place for thrillseekers to unwind.

Escape the Christmas chaos by joining the Bake Off star on-board the Emerald Destiny.

You can now meet Mary Berry on a festive cruise around Europe this December

Escape the Christmas chaos by joining the Bake Off star on-board the Emerald Destiny.

A taste of Scottish history, culture, and solidarity at this year's Fringe.

Fringe Review: Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard @ theSpace at Jury's Inn

A taste of Scottish history, culture, and solidarity at this year's Fringe.

A hilarious and educational must-see performance at the Fringe.

Fringe Review: Matt Winning: Climate Strange @ Just the Tonic

A hilarious and educational must-see performance at the Fringe.

A musical extravaganza, providing glitter and some fabulous dance moves.

Fringe Review: Prom Kween @ Assembly George Square Gardens

A musical extravaganza, providing glitter and some fabulous dance moves.

A hilarious and creative performance.

Fringe Review: Ian Smith: Craft @ Underbelly

A hilarious and creative performance.

A fresh take on a Shakespeare classic.

Fringe Review: The Comedy of Errors @ Underbelly Ermintrude

A fresh take on a Shakespeare classic.

A heartbreaking but crucial event to see at the Edinburgh Book Festival.

Edinburgh Book Festival review: Amnesty International Imprisoned Writers: Families Forced Apart

A heartbreaking but crucial event to see at the Edinburgh Book Festival.

The 2017 Joke of the Fringe winner returns.

Fringe Review: Ken Cheng: Best Dad Ever @ Bedlam Theatre

The 2017 Joke of the Fringe winner returns.

A politically charged afternoon tea, featuring Queen Mary.

Fringe Review: Revenants @ Pleasance Dome

A politically charged afternoon tea, featuring Queen Mary.

This groundbreaking performance is a must-see at the 2018 Fringe.

Fringe Review: What the... Feminist?! @ theSpace on the Mile

This groundbreaking performance is a must-see at the 2018 Fringe.

Take some time for yourself.
The ultimate Canadian experience.

Travelling Alberta

The ultimate Canadian experience.

Food, the freedom trail, and some fresh sea air... are you ready?
The island is becoming a leader in sustainable and environmentally conscious tourism.

Visit Cyprus for the ultimate eco-friendly holiday

The island is becoming a leader in sustainable and environmentally conscious tourism.

From big-city-lovers to sea-side wanderers, you cannot help but fall in love with this city!

Visit Seattle, from the Space Needle to a wall made of gum

From big-city-lovers to sea-side wanderers, you cannot help but fall in love with this city!

Admire the beautiful façade of a politically tense city.

Washington DC this summer: explore the capital and the capitol

Admire the beautiful façade of a politically tense city.

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