A wolf was right in front of our car... We now expected to be its dinner, served in a forest and teared to pieces, raw. I kept my eyes shut, not wanting to see its claws scratching our windows and waving 'hello' and 'adieu' to us, all in a flash.
Travelling is extremely popular with students and graduates but we don't always have the time (or money!) to go gallivanting around the world for months. I have just got back from 8 glorious days in bella Italia- no, not the restaurant- beautiful Italy!
A request from the United States calling on a selection of overseas airports to implement even stricter security measures
Not much tends to exceed expectations, especially when you're talking about the most well-loved festival on the planet, Glastonbury. But come Monday, I walked away from Worthy Farm with my mind blown at just how peaceful and well organised this festival was... yet Glastonbury seemed to break all the rules that most festivals push so hard. So what is it that Glastonbury does so well?
What's sitting at the root of so much that we do wrong in this world? Prejudice, ignorance and bigotry. How does this state of mind manifest in us? By being insular, lacking empathy, allowing ourselves to be only familiar with our little corner of the world. An antidote? Travel.
An American student is touring the wonders of Europe this summer. So far, so normal. Except this guy calls himself the “Bathrobe
6. Naxos, Greece 4. Marco Island, Florida 3. Bora Bora, French Polynesia 10. Koh Tao, Thailand 2. Providenciales, Turks and
Hundreds of thousands of students come to the UK every year to study, but what about students travelling the other way - those
It's tempting to be lazy on your gap year and do what everyone else does; travel to Thailand and go to a full moon party
A gap year doesn't always have to be about backpacking in Australia or "finding yourself" in Thailand. Even your summer holidays