Writer and photographer Graihagh Jackson was born and bred in Surrey and graduated from the University of Manchester in 2011. She self published a book, aged 18, about her personal reflections during her gap year travels in the Far East, titled The Hues of My Life. Since then, she has been avidly blogging about her travels to Eastern Europe and later Indonesia as well as creating another blog called Productive Thing of the Week.
After interning at Wanderlust for several months, Graihagh is now studying an MSc in Science Media Production at the Imperial College London. Whilst her chosen occupation is in science broadcasting, her passion resides in travel. Next on her travel bucket list is Honduras.
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Sure, we've all got a list of things we want to see before we die – but what about things to hear? Treat your ears to some of the world's most incredible sounds...Read more
Forget the well-worn touristy highways - we think these are the best road trips in the world!Read more
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Every spring, we're treated to blankets of bluebells. Graihagh Jackson goes in search of the best places to admire them around the UKRead more
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