George Hancock reminisces on his journey down the Camino de Santiago over the summer, and vividly describes the various pitstops along the way.
When asking these boomerang gap yah students if they regretted taking a gap year, not one of them said yes. Although it was stressful coming back, being repatriated and not having anything to do during lockdown, even the concept of just taking time to themselves taught them in some ways a lot more than a tour guide in Italy ever could.
In the third instalment of the travelling in a pandemic series, Lizzie Harvey discusses her experiences travelling abroad last summer, and whether it was worth it.
Ben Owen reminisces on his summer travels during the pandemic and the lessons he takes away from them.
Lynnrae Majani talks about her experiences travelling when the Coronavirus pandemic hit, and her top tips for travelling safe in the current climate.
Megan Lee reminisces on the kindness of strangers and hitchhiking, whilst discussing a person she met interrailing in Ljubljana.
“We then sat quietly watching the sunset over the Ganges, until Raj turned to me and asked, “Do you want a skull?”.
Irene Yang reflects on her experiences travelling around Ireland through photographs from her trip.
With nothing except our clothes, hats, glasses and mobile phones (which got as much signal as you would expect in the middle of nowhere), we continued, by foot,
Sophie Benbelaid recounts getting lost in the middle of Marseille on a year 8 school trip, right before the coach is due to leave…