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Participant Reflection: Ambar Van der Wath

“Just do it!" – as Nike would say. For years I had many a conversation with different kinds of people about taking a gap year. By the end, the decision was easy – I had met no one who had regretted taking a gap year.

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CLARE MADE IT TO NEW ZEALAND

 made it – about 30 hours of travelling later. My flights were pretty pleasant, as far as long haul flights go. I was sat next to the toilet for the first flight which led to some interesting niffs, however I didn’t have anyone annoying sat behind me kicking my chair (woop woop!).

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Corner Tree Cafe, Manila

 Remember back in the day when vegetarians would have to pack a few cans of emergency lentils when travelling and vegans just couldn’t travel at all? Well, thankfully those days...

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Travel Writer Liz Zuliani Checks Out Our Volunteer Program

Last week, writer and jewellery maker, Elizabeth Zuliani, took a day trip to our Kindergarten Volunteer Program in Bali to see what all the fuss is about.

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Lessons From My 19 Year-old Self

As my gap year is slowly drawing to a close, I’ve started to really reflect on experiences and how they’ve shaped who I am right now.

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New York Park Pleasure

Coming from the Gold Coast, I’ve never really thought much of parks. They’re great places for a quick game of touch, but sitting on the grass too long made my...

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MAD ABOUT MELBOURNE: A HOT SPOT FOR GAPPIES IN AUS

Planning a Gap Year in Australia? Maybe you’re already here or maybe you just don’t need an excuse at all… regardless, if you’re visiting Australia you best make time for...

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Panama Volunteering: Black Christ Festival

Black Christ Festival, one of the most significant events on the Panamanian calendar, is only a few weeks away.

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The Burning Man Evolution

If there’s a website out there that uses the word ‘radical’ more than burningman.com, we should all eat our hats. But hold the mockery.

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