For anyone who may not be familiar with the term Au Pair, its providing live-in childcare to a family abroad!
This special edition features one Global Traveller in particular - Jemma P! As she talks us through what her Teach Trip in Peru has been like so far.
Ever thought of travelling to Uruguay? Neither did we! But, we are so incredibly glad that we did! If you like chill vibes, sun and beaches, then Uruguay is the place to be.
Welcome to where the world ends, and Patagonia begins. Bariloche is known for it’s Swiss style architecture and delicious chocolate. It's a great base for hiking and skiing the nearby mountains and exploring the surrounding Lake District.
Patagonia… to put it simply - If it’s not on your bucket list, then you need a new bucket list. We thought for weeks about how we would describe the natural beauty of Patagonia and after weeks of thinking and discussing, we ended up with less than we started. What we can tell you is that it's by far, the single most beautiful part of the world that we have ever been able to experience. Many times in our stay, we found ourselves gazing at something, in some direction, trying to put thoughts to words, but coming up with absolutely nothing!
Chile is chock-full of beautiful little towns, big cities and plenty of things to do! But, the first town to chuck on your must-see list is Pucón. The small eight by eight block adventure town has a lot to offer travellers of all budgets.
This special edition features one Global Traveller in particular - Andrew! You may well have seen his stunning snaps featured all over our #globalworkandtravel tag on Insta. Now he’s taking us through the first few days on the sunny shores of Australia on his Working Holiday trip with The Global Work & Travel Co.
Nestled high up in the Himalayas, beautiful Nepal is completely landlocked. With India surrounding the east, south and west and Tibet to the north, this place is a trekker’s paradise offering an epic combination of Himalayan views, golden temples, charming hill villages and jungle wildlife. Nepal is one of a kind. But sadly, even with an estimated population of 26 million people, it lacks some of even the most basic of necessities - including education and healthcare.