Dexter Panashe has hit the headlines in the UK after blowing more than £700 on a spontaneous trip to Spain following a night in the pub. He then flew back to the UK just six hours later. Northumbria University student Panashe travelled 1,376 miles from Newcastle to Magaluf, blowing hundreds of pounds from his student grant and savings. He packed just two pairs of short, two tshirts, headphones and an apple and a banana before getting on a flight to Palma at 9am on Monday morning.
But just a few hours after arriving in Spain, the 20yearold remembered he had an important lecture to attend, so headed back to Palma Airport to catch a return flight. When no direct flights to Newcastle were available, Dexter flew to Manchester before paying a taxi driver £260 to drive him back up to Newcastle so he could get to university on time. He arrived home at 3.20am and had just five hours sleep before getting up on Tuesday morning to do his presentation. Speaking about his spontaneous trip, he said:
It was the feeling, the adrenaline, you just take a leap and think “I need to do this”, that is what is was. When you are feeling that good in your life, when you get a thought in your head, a positive thought, you should do it. ‘Don’t think about it, don’t look back. I was there for six hours. We got in the hotel and got showered and went straight to the pool. I remember coming back up from the pool and packing my bag. I didn’t even sleep there.’ daily mail
Source : Online