Features for July 2012
Charlee's about to take a gap year but she's worried how it will affect her career. Luckily, some people convinced her it really can boost your CV.
Tom Deacon's a pretty cool cat, and despite being 26, he's been around the block. We thought we'd catch up with Tom to talk about the Fringe Festival.
Ed had a once in a lifetime experience on his gap year; he visited Angel Falls, the world's tallest waterfall. Read about why he felt like the kid with the golden ticket.
Jessica decided to do something amazing with her life, so she lived with a family in Guatemala. Read about her volunteer experience in Central America.
What's it like to travel with a disability? Meet Ed, a travel blogger who isn't letting being deaf get in the way of backpacking across South East Asia.
Travel and photography go together like France and culture or Britain and sporting failure. But how can you get the best out of your backpacking snaps?
Alessandro Gallenzi is a fan of InterRailing. In fact, he's such a fan he's written a book about it, so we thought we'd chat to him to see what it's about.
As a backpacker, you're going to be exposed to sex. Whether or not you're interested in sex while travelling, I can assure you that others around you will be.
South Africa is one of the most awesome places in the world to see wildlife. But how can you go deeper than a safari? Well, why not become a game ranger?
Want to take a journey of poisonous snakes, spiritual tribes and mind-altering beer in South America? When check out Warrick Howard's adventures in Peru.
Dave Cornthwaite is a bit of a legend. You’ve probably never heard of him before, but in about 10 minutes you’ll think he’s a bit of a legend too.