Over 80% of millennials in the US have thought about taking a gap year, yet very few do. Gap years are the norm for lots of millennials around the world. However, the concept of setting time aside for travel after graduation, or even between jobs, is not as popular among Americans. Topdeck Travel decided to dig deeper and conduct a research study to get a better understanding of why so few Americans choose not to take a gap year. Even though nearly a quarter (22%) of Millennials think that a gap year is an experience everyone should have, far less than that will take a gap year during their life. So, where’s the disconnect?
Summer is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate the nice weather than to enjoy a pint with friends at a local bar! We spoke to London resident and bar enthusiast Liam to find out which London rooftop bars are a must visit this summer.
If the last week or two are anything to go by, London is in for a scorcher of a summer! Given that the old-fashioned London pub: thick carpets, oak panelling, roaring fire – are not conducive to summer-time fun, that means that we need to find somewhere more suitable to enjoy a drink or two.
San Diego, California is highly urbanised and people here usually live a fast-paced life. However, there are still many spaces dedicated specifically for people to tone things down and unwind. Filled with parks, San Diego seems to have mastered creating opportunities that benefit a work-life balance. There are many beautiful San Diego parks to explore, check out three of the best below.
It’s important to stay healthy while travelling, especially if you are travelling for long periods of time. Staying healthy can help prevent you from becoming sick and can help ensure you feel great during your trip and don’t feel guilty when you get back home.
Efi, founder of healthy living and travel blog EFI.MK and student of International Relations in Greece shared her tips to staying healthy while travelling.