Features // Steve Vickers

14 signs you need to book your next trip
14 signs you need to book your next trip

Travel sickness can be caused by bumpy bus and boat rides, but too much time at home may also lead to uncomfortable symptoms, from excessive daydreaming to green-eyed jealousy. Here are 14 sure-fire signs that you need to make a trip abroad. 1. You’ve become a green-eyed monster You’re normally such a positive soul. But…

14 things everyone learns on their first backpacking trip
14 things everyone learns on their first backpacking trip

Travelling is about education: learning about the world, yourself and life in general. The lessons are endless no matter where you are in the world, so if you’ve ever been backpacking, you’ll know what we’re talking about. Here are fourteen things every backpacker learns on their first jaunt around the world: 1. You need less stuff…

Travel news: how to earn money by travelling
Travel news: how to earn money by travelling

Stats show that the travel industry is booming, despite a turbulent 2014. And new ideas – some admittedly more useful than others – are already shaping the way we’ll explore our planet in years to come. From single-pilot flights to sweet-smelling travel jewellery, we’ve rounded up some of the latest happenings here… Tourism up almost…

7 gifts you’ll get from studying abroad
7 gifts you’ll get from studying abroad

In the final instalment of this series created for Project Travel, Steve Vickers looks at the rewards of studying abroad.  Christmas is nearly here and thoughts are turning to what might be waiting for us under the tree. But instead of unwrapping a new phone or a pair of socks that you’ll never wear, wouldn’t you rather receive a plane ticket,…

Studying abroad: college travel
Studying abroad: college travel

In the fifth instalment of this series created for Project Travel, Steve Vickers discovers the ambitious study abroad initiative that’s trying to give more US students the chance to travel overseas – and the opportunities available elsewhere around the world.   These days, global corporations are actively looking to employ young people who have lots…

Travel news: Iran by train and suitcase scooters
Travel news: Iran by train and suitcase scooters

This webpage wafts its way to you with news of a smelly travel trend, and also looks at the some of the latest developments for globetrotting tourists, including an unusual air ticket that could save you cash on a big trip around Southeast Asia, and a super-pricey train route from Budapest to Tehran. ‘All-in-one’ air…

Why you should study abroad during high school
Why you should study abroad during high school

In the fourth instalment of this series created for Project Travel, we investigate studying abroad during high school. Few students take this opportunity, but study abroad adventures at a younger age can be extremely rewarding. We spoke to teachers from educational travel company ACIS, who have either led high school trips of their own, or…

Travel news: Moscow to Beijing in just two days?
Travel news: Moscow to Beijing in just two days?

Follow us on a whistle-stop tour of the latest travel stories, including news of a super-fast train line between Moscow and Beijing, the suitcase that heats up to kill bed bugs, and the airline that wants passengers to start checking in with their thumbprints.  Two-day Trans-Siberian Riding the Trans-Siberian Railway is one of the world’s…

Studying abroad: the experiences
Studying abroad: the experiences

In our first two articles in this travel series we looked at the growing number of people choosing to study abroad – either on quick one-week trips or exciting year-long adventures. We also delved into some of the opportunities for making a difference through medicine, and gave tips on funding a foreign trip of your own.…

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