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Gap Years for Grown Ups: Because Gap Years are Wasted on the Young
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on 12 January 2014
This book is ideal for anyone 30+ who fancies a short or long term travelling trip. It gives advice about different types of travel: independent, group, volunteer etc, as well as how to finance your trip, career issues, renting out your home etc.
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on 10 November 2012
This book does offer advice and insight into travel for us grown-ups. It covers all the relevant aspects that one would need to think of and gives plenty of food for thought.
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on 18 March 2013
This is the best book about travelling! It covers every subject, from what to do with your pets, renting the house, changing the mortgage rate, training courses, with lots of helpful websites. It is a life saver! Thank you
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on 19 August 2014
Prompt delivery. Worth a read.
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on 10 September 2014
Brilliant book for those wanting inspiration.
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on 12 October 2012
I bought this on the basis that it would give me some ideas for my round-the-world trip. But it doesn't really. It's mainly about secular volunteering agencies. If that is what you want, this will give you a load of bibliography. It's also big on how to negotiate time off work, and things like that.
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on 30 March 2016
Ok
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on 2 September 2016
My friend is currently travelling and she loved this book when I gave it to her,
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on 15 February 2018
Good detail & support for first trips
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on 30 July 2010
When you're a 'grown up', taking a gap year is not a decision to take lightly. "Gap Years for Grown ups" seems to be a very interesting book for all ages of people who want to deviate radically from their daily routine! The book provides a lot of advice, ideas and contacts to quickly get to grips with taking a gap year, and all the continents are considered.

Reading this guide makes me feel like doing a gap year: it looks like it would be throroughly rewarding.
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