Whether you want a guide to cool things to do in Australia, how to make money on your gap year or celebrations around the world, we like to cover whatever we feel like on a particular day. There’s no sense to our scrawlings, except for the fact they’re all written with care, love and with the sole aim to get you travelling.
We like to ask ourselves questions, doesn’t everyone? Such quandaries as what can a gap year really do for you? What is a round the world ticket? And what exactlyis a gap year?
Remember people, knowledge is power.
There's so many things to do in Japan that Vicky decided to crowd source what she did while she was there using advice from message board users on our humble site.
The Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur is a must-see on any Asian adventure, and this complete guide to the city will make sure you get the absolute most out of your visit.
Ella's compiled the best advice from our message boards on how to get some sex when you're on your gap year. Go for it, enjoy yourself, but stay safe and say no, if you want.
As a third year Glasgow university student Rebecca knows a thing or two about food, drink and having fun in Glasgow. Here's where she shares her years of research...
As the season of camp sing-songs and lake swims approaches, Rebecca Root provides some top tips on how to survive the summer as a camp counsellor.
Saunders and Ollie are showing us what it's really like to go backpacking for the first time. Here they are planning their route through Indochina - any suggestions for them?
We visited the Gold Coast in search of fun and adventure on the water, in the rainforest and up in the sky. Here's the proof we found it, and some koalas and kangaroos too.
Secret Diary of a Camp Counselor author Lucy Harper gives us the lowdown. She reckons it's one of the best things you can do with your long university summers...
Choosing a volunteering placement is a job in itself - not all volunteering companies have the scruples and integrity you'd expect. Check out this list for what to look out for...
If you've just signed up to the site, you're probably quite keen to dive into the deep end start posting. However, be careful, you might get shot down.
The easy part is deciding you want to go travelling. The hard part is planning your round the world trip. There's so much information - that's why we're here.
So you know what a short gap year is and you've decided that it's for you. Awesome! But what do you do now? How do you go about planning your short gap year?
It's really easy to write an awesome travel article. Here are 10 top tips to get the best out of your content, including some classic pitfalls to avoid.
Using the gapyear.com social network is brilliant, but when does content cross a line? When does debate get deleted? And when will swearing get censored?
Finding a graduate job after you return from a gap year can be tough. You’ve been off the grid and now there’s a big gaping hole in your CV. In fact, getting back into employment can be the most difficult and frustrating part of adjusting to life back home. But there’s no need to despair; even if you didn’t set off backpacking with the intention of beefing up your CV, you will have done and you can use that to help you get a job.
Volunteering on your gap year is exciting, but picking the right placement for you can be tricky. Here's a guide to help you make the most of your efforts.
Malaria prevention is extremely important and it's vital to protect yourself against malaria when travelling to certain parts of the world on your gap year.
A packing list will help you remember the forgettable. Print off this packing list and make sure you've got everything you need for you gap year.
It's 3am. You're sleeping off the beers and hostel party. Suddenly you're woken by terrifying screams, panic, flames. Would you know what to do in a fire?
Drop all preconceptions (not to mention hang-ups) you may have when getting ready for a trip to the sprawling, steaming asylum that is South East Asia. Simply be ready for a good time, a muggy time and a weird time. Oh, and when an entire village starts pointing and yelling 'Farang!' ('Foreigner!') at you, don't take it personally. Not everybody gets out as much as you do.