On your gap year you're going to come across some of the most amazing cities around the world. We thought we'd give you our top 5 cities so you know what you're in for.
There are some parties that you just have to go to. That's why we've put together the top 5 celebrations around the world. The question is, how many will you do?
Where do you want to go on your gap year? Struggling for ideas? That's why we’ve come up with 10 gap year destinations that you just have to see on your travels.
San Francisco is a blur of exciting experiences. Katie Finn guides us through the city that gave the world hippies, gay pride and Otis Redding's best tune.
So during Feb/March and April of this year I travelled across America from Seattle to New York via numerous US cities. I do not, by any means know everything there is to know about backpacking across the USA but I thought I would write down what I had learnt in case it helps any fellow gap years down the line
First things first, the USA is a massive place. Which means that there is a massive amount to do there. Home to some of the World's most exciting and diverse cities, trying to sum everything up in a few pages is darn near impossible...
Imagine living in a world where you could call a log cabin home, ride horses or hike through mountains and forests to lakes and hidden meadows every day, and dance with cowboys and cowgirls at night. This was my reality for two summer seasons as I went to work at a ranch-style lodge in remote north-western Wyoming, USA.