Roop Gill

Roop Gill

After finishing her undergrad in Toronto, Roop Gill worked as journalist for a year. Giving into her wanderlust, she packed up her life in Canada and is currently doing a cross-continental MA through the Erasmus Programme that will take her from Denmark to Australia to England. She can’t understand how this happened, but she has managed to pick three of the most expensive places in the world to live as a student, but she is determined not to let that stand in her way of travelling.
A veteran expat's best advice—and some words of caution—for aspiring nomads.
In her final blog post, Roop reminisces about the last two years of blogging from the field.
When studying abroad, it's tempting to ditch the actual studying and head outdoors to explore. Roop shares tips on how to stay locked in during exam season.
It took three left-hand traffic countries for Roop to get used to the "wrong side of the road."
How to pass for a Londoner, even if you're a tourist.
December 25, 2013

Can You Travel Too Much?

After living and studying in four cities in 15 months, Roop is surprised to find herself experiencing travel burnout.
Roop lists out the features of a student-friendly big city.
Is travelling solo a dying art?
After Roop loses her checked bag, she makes a list of the contents she’ll miss the most.
Roop outlines all you need to know about the Australian Working Holiday Visa.
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