Why America Needs to Be on Your List of Countries for a Gap Year

Life can be hard and we’re rarely ever given a break. We are born, spend the young half of our lives in education and the latter part is purely just work. The grown-up part of life is a horrible paradox; we go through a cycle of stress and enjoyment. This is why it’s very important…

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The Alchemist Quotes – Inspiring Quotes From The Alchemist

If you haven’t read The Alchemist, one of the best-selling books of all time, then you’ll be in a minority. Written in 1988 in Portuguese, it has since been translated into 67 languages and will forever be on the reading list for those with a wanderlust heart. Below are a collection of my favourite quotes…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Interrailing Europe – Backpack Europe by Rail

Backpacking Europe is a dream for many and one of the most spontaneous, affordable and unique ways in which to see the continent is to use its extensive train network. Thankfully there are country and global passes that exist which allow you unlimited travel within and between countries. For Europeans this is know as an…

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Snowboarding in Saint Gervais, France

When you think of snowboarding in France, Meribel, Chamonix or Courchevel might come to mind. Saint Gervais was pretty unknown to me before I went but I managed to sneak in a spring snowboarding trip before the snow disappeared. Naturally I jumped at the chance to try somewhere different and I was not disappointed by…

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5 Things You Should Have in Your Travel Size Emergency Kit

Over the years, we have exactly four weeks of vacation, and we surely want them to be perfect. Extreme sports enthusiasts travel to Asia, other who love dangerous hiking go to the mountains while people longing for culinary tours choose Europe for their next vacation destination. However, it pays to know how to prepare for…

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Ancient Rome: What You Should See

Archaeology buffs are spoiled for choice when it comes to exploring ancient ruins in Rome and below is some information about two of Rome’s most famous highlights that are not to be missed on a visit to the Eternal City. The Colosseum Much of the success of the ancient Romans was due to their ingenious…

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Five Fab Beaches for Gap Year Travellers

Let’s face it, no matter how unique your gap year adventure is going to be, you won’t be able to resist a trip to the beach. While filling an itinerary with various exciting and rewarding activities is great, sometimes you just need to relax with some sun and sea. So if you’re looking for a…

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10 Reasons to Spend Your Summer Holiday in Cape Verde

An increasingly popular destination for holiday makers, Cape Verde has everything you need for a break away. Here’s a list of ten reasons why you should consider the country for your summer holiday. All to Yourself If you’re looking to venture away from well-trodden tourist beaches, then look no further. About 500km off the West…

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