News for September 2012
A new study has revealed that parents in the UK are paying around £995 million towards their children's gap years and only 3% expect that money back.
Being the world's largest gap year social network and travel community, we all band together in times of need. Well, we're on the hunt for one the happiest men alive.
A man was saved from a freezing glacial gorge in the Swiss Alps yesterday thanks to a Facebook campaign that raised the funds for his rescue.
On your gap year there's going to be one or two things that are really going to piss you off. The worst is withdrawing your cash from an ATM abroad.
Brits are once again showing their love for Australia as Sydney is voted as their favourite overseas city ahead of New York and Paris, once again proving it as a gap year hot spot.
You're taking a video of sunset to remember your travels by. The last thing you expect is some seagull swooping in to steal your stunning shot.
A group of nudists in Vancouver, Canada, is seeking an anti-ogling ban after being disturbed by people practicing water sports and their ogling occupants.
The term 'gap year' still hasn't really taken off in the USA; that is until recently. According to research, 1.2% of college freshmen will use the next 12 months to travel.
Custom authorities in India have arrested a man who was attempting to board a flight in New Delhi with an endangered loris monkey in his pants.
Every now and then backpackers like to get a little naked. Well,11 backpackers and staff from Asylum Backpackers have bared their bums in a publicity stunt.
Most of us will buy a big bag of sweets or a sandwich to keep hunger at bay on a flight, but 15kgs of dried caterpillars? Even plane food isn't that bad.
You’re on your gap year, you’re slightly hungover, and you want to sweat it out in the sun. What do you see? Every single sun bed taken up by towels.
Figures show an increase in the number of young people aged 18-30 applying for a Working Holiday Visa with a 7% rise compared to this time last year.