There is a definite perception, probably fuelled by the rose tinted lenses of social media, that when we are travelling everything is perfect, every moment is an Instagram moment and we are all perfectly happy all of the time. Well that isn’t true, life isn’t like that at all, but the important thing to remember is that no one should really expect it to be.
Christmas is a major holiday for many people around the world, and spending it abroad during your gap year or backpacking adventure can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how you can deal with backpacking or taking a gap year over Christmas.
What happens when you get homesick on your gap year? When your amazing adventures are interrupted by feelings of loneliness? Feeling homesick is very common and happens to many travellers abroad no matter how long they are travelling for. The good news is there are many ways that you can deal with it and combat homesickness on your travels.
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