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Going on Safari in the Serengeti

Gap year travel expert Sarah Wroblewska has just returned from a incredible safari in the Serengeti, and here tells us all about it!

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How to Ditch a Travel Mate

Travelling by yourself can get lonely. But if you're not careful you could end up with a travel mate you hate. Here's how to ditch them.

Recent News

Man creates new country in Utah desert

Man creates country in Utah desert

A New York artist has created his own country in the Utah desert, a tiny piece of barren land that he has dubbed Zaqistan. But is it worth a visit?

Embarrassed man invents selfie-stick arms

Man invents selfie-stick arms

A Japanese comedy genius known as 'Mansooon' has invented the selfie arm, so that you can use a selfie stick without anyone around you knowing.

Latest Features

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Why Culture Shock is a Good Thing

As you lay snivelling and curled into the foetal position under your bed in a hostel room, you could be forgiven for concluding culture shock is something negative. Good news. It's not!

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7 Drinking Games to Play in Europe

While our European cousins don't drink with quite the same ferocity as us here in Blighty, they certainly like a tipple here and there, and are no strangers to a good old drinking game.

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Featured Blogs

  • TOP 5 Tips on How to Avoid Overpacking

    "Overpacking can be a serious trouble for your holidays. For your next journey, we challenge you to use these tips to pack a little bit lighter."

  • Can you have a relationship while travelling?

    "Let me just start by saying romance is dead. I am not one to let whimsy whisk me away with thoughts about what nights in watching 30 Rock with “The One” would be like."

  • Teaching English in China.

    "Working in such a foreign place is so out of our usual comfort zone you inevitably learn new things. This has also been useful to my plans for returning to the UK."

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