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Lonely Planet: The Gap Year Book: The Definitive guide to Planning and Taking a Year Out | Paperback

Released on 01 July 2005

Author: Joe Bindloss | Format: Paperback

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Given the choice between stressful exams or job interviews and the endless white sand of an Australian beach, what would you choose? -Be the first in your family to go around the world -Swim with dolphins off the coast of New Zealand -Teach children English in India -Build pit latrines in Burkina Faso -Raft the Zambezi, the hardest rapid in the world -Tend baby jaguars in Bolivia -Watch the sun set over Uluru (Ayers Rock) -Learn Spanish in Guatemala -Repatriate wild horses in Mongolia -Work a ski season in the Alps -Study film in New York The Gap Year Book is your ticket to all this and more. Also Includes -Free wall map of the world -Essential pre-trip planning: health, safety, kit, costs, tickets, etc. -Advice from Gappers & Industry experts -Gap-Year planners & round-the-world routes -Regional Maps & tried-and-tested itineraries -Hundreds of Gap-year organizations & essential resources

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 Essential for anyone wanting to travel

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I have wanted to travel the world for a while and have already began to save money but had no real idea of how to go about it. This book answered every question I had and opened my eyes to things I hadn't even begun to think of. It gives you advice on everything from the most suitable backpack, making it easier on parents, tips to avoid scams to how to cope when you return home. It is well written and easy to read. It also supplies hundreds of useful internet addresses and courses you can take.
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AuthorJoe Bindloss & Charlotte Hindle
PublisherLonely Planet Publications Ltd (Australia)
FormatPaperback - 470 Pages
Illustrationscolour photos: maps