PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Greg Young
So far my New-Zealand experience has been great, I have done a lot of traveling and seen many amazing places and met a lot of nice people.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Cavlin Lowe
South African Calvin Lowe reflects on his time in New Zealand with Letz Live.
Throwback Thursday: Nathan Whitmore
Nathan tells us how his gap year positively impacted his life and how he often reflects whilst touring around remote Australia!
Throwback Thursday: Nick Wright
Do some research about different programs and really get a grasp of what you think will suit you as an individual the best. It can be daunting; but don’t feel as if you are alone, many have walked in your shoes
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Sheldon Paro
I’m going to hit you with the big statement straight off the bat - next year will be the best year of your life!! So raise a glass to Letz Live and your parents for giving you this amazing opportunity and go have a blast!
Throwback Thursday: Grace Selkirk
We had a delightful catch up with Grace Selkirk who worked as a gap assistant in the UK 4 years ago. Hear what she has to say!
Q & A WITH PARTICIPANT: BRAEDENE BEVAN
We were recently travelling around New Zealand and caught up with our good friend Braedene from South Africa and asked her a few questions regarding her gap year with Letz Live.
Throwback Thursday: DAN GOODBURN
This week we catch up with Dan Goodburn who spent his gap year in 2014 in Scotland. We asked him 5 quick questions about his gap year experience with Letz Live.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Catherine Woodhead
My journey began in January 2018 when I hopped onto my first international flight headed for Sydney, Australia. Without much knowledge about the country, culture or people – I can easily say that I now consider this beautiful place my second home
Our Team: Carl Palmer
Former boarder, gappie, travelling teacher and now mentor to thousands of Gap Year assistants internationally.
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Harry Scott
Prior to my Gap Year I was unsure of what I was going to do once I finished school. I had no real idea as to what it was I wanted to study at university
Destination in Focus: New Zealand
Get more out of your gap year with a trip to a country that has it all, New Zealand. Never more than a couple of hours away from golden beaches, rolling green farmland and spectacular snow-covered mountains, it’s no surprise New Zealand is a popular destination for gap years and working holidays.