Entries in travel (330)

Wednesday
Mar132013

Bucket List: Italo Marzotto

A little bit of everything this bucket list will take you from Norway to Cuba so get ready to be inspired!

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Friday
Feb222013

Wanderlust Winners & How to Take Great Photos

Travel photography if done well can bring back memories of a past trip or inspire a visit to a new destination. The unknown and unusual can be brought to the attention of the world and allow us to empathise with someone we’ve never met.

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Tuesday
Feb122013

Get flipping - it's Pancake Day!

Food is a huge part of a country’s culture, and is always a key element in what you will take away from a place. One familiar dish that is found in many countries worldwide, but in very different formats unique to the tastes and history of each country, is the humble pancake.

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Friday
Feb012013

Five things first time backpackers should mentally prepare for

Getting ready to plan your first backpacking trip can be overwhelming. Booking flights, finding the right hostel, what to pack, and creating a budget are all necessary steps to planning your adventure.

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Friday
Jan252013

Why you should take a gap year

Leaving the books behind, those who find themselves travelling, be it before or after University or a job, relish the experiences they encounter, but is it just an excuse to find the cheapest bars?

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Tuesday
Jan152013

How to Write a Good Travel Blog

Everyone from time to time gets the urge to keep a diary but the idea often comes to nothing when the really exciting thing you did last week comes across as bland and uneventful when you try and convey it through words on a page. But don’t dismay, there are some tips to follow.

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Tuesday
Jan082013

Road trips and volunteering

Concluding the road trip as the definitive way of travel, Frontier has recently established three new road trip projects that involve learning about the culture of a country whilst on the road with volunteering.

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Monday
Jan072013

Wanderlust and the man - the longest way home interview

Always wondered what life would be like somewhere else? Got that un-scratchable itch or just longing for something better? Dave keeps a record of his journey online at thelongestwayhome.com.

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Thursday
Dec202012

Best Places to Visit at Christmas

As you’re more than likely aware, it’s almost Christmas and some people like to spend it anywhere but at home. From the traditional to the unusual there are plenty of options for those who want a bit of festive spirit. 

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Friday
Dec142012

HOX POPS: CHRISTMAS DREAM TRAVELS 

Christmas is approaching. The atmosphere is getting magic, and the temperature freezing, but Santa Claus is ready to fulfil everyone’s wish and bring warm to everyone’s heart, even in Shoreditch, around Frontier’s LHQ. Today Into the Wild took the streets to find out where people would travel to this Christmas. Here are some of the wishes Santa Claus will have to fulfil... Someone would love to travel to Santa’s land, the Lapland, for a quick visit and a hot chocolate!

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Wednesday
Dec122012

Embracing the Past

Fed up with too many gadgets to shake a stick at? Has the endless amount of technology started to drive you insane? Maybe you yearn for some good old fashioned entertainment? Whatever your reasons for escaping the modern world there are various opportunities to step back in time.

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Wednesday
Nov282012

Tourism - A Necessary Evil? 

Tourism will always be seen by some as a necessary evil. If it’s given too much thought, it becomes clear that there will always be negative aspects to the travel industry. People have always wanted to visit new countries but as it becomes easier and cheaper to do so, more people are flocking to the smaller, once unknown or unreachable areas.

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Tuesday
Nov062012

Job Jealousy: Elizabeth White - Filmmaker BBC Natural History Unit

Here on Into The Wild we love to speak to people with inspiring and envy-inducing jobs linked to wildlife or travel. As a filmmaker for the BBC Natural History Unit, Elizabeth White certainly fits the bill. Having worked on the incredible Frozen Planet, we thought it would be nice to speak to her and ask her all about it...

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Monday
Oct292012

Find your Perfect Trip with the Frontier Project Selector

Frontier offers over 300 projects and placements, so deciding on your trip of a lifetime can be a tricky task. If you're struggling, why not let our project selector give you a few ideas by answering a few questions about what kind of person you are and what kind of project you're looking for. It won't give you all the answers, but hopefully it will help you narrow down your options!!

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Monday
Oct222012

Volunteer Photo of the Week

The penultimate Volunteer Photo of the Week for October comes courtesy of Jasmine Nash who volunteered with Frontier on our Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation project. Why not check out more of Jasmine's great photos on the Frontier Costa Rica Facebook page.

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