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Congratulations to Swazi GAP divers

Congratulations go to Danya Bush, Josh Connon and David Benson – members of the Swaziland GAP team out in Mozambique at the moment who have just completed and passed their PADI Open Water Dive courses and are now qualified divers! The team are currently making their way back down from Tofo beach to Maputo before […]

Congratulations to Swazi GAP divers

Congratulations go to Danya Bush, Josh Connon and David Benson – members of the Swaziland GAP team out in Mozambique at the moment who have just completed and passed their PADI Open Water Dive courses and are now qualified divers! The team are currently making their way back down from Tofo beach to Maputo before […]

Name your own species….

Looking to live on in ecological immortality? Then why not take up the challenge to name one of Britains many un-named species. The competition is being run in conjunction with Natural England, The Oxford University Museum of Natural History and The Guardian. Plants and animals are dying out across the UK without ever being known […]

My World cup hero Luis Suarez.

In a world cup that let’s face it provided very little in the way of entertainment there is one character that will for me be a lasting memory South Africa 2010.  It’s not an physic octopus, Spain’s tika taka, the at times breathtaking speed of German attack, the Argentinean teams adoration for their tactic less […]

Welcome Home Swazi Team!

  As the Swaziland Gap team bid good-bye to Africa at the end of their three months of hard work and adventure, a fitting farewell photo was crafted by the ingenious team – Toby Stafford-Deitsch, Danya Bush, Josh Connon, Richard Whalley, and David Benson.    Nice work guys, it’s awesome!     

Rose’s World Cup hero – perhaps – Mesut Özil

Why?  He may have scored only one goal for Germany, a stormer against Ghana, but set up two other corkers and did some sterling midfield work.  And all in his first year at international level, at the tender age of 21…  With so many fumbling passes and dodgy team-work throughout the tournament, it was just refreshing […]

Fancy yourself as a travel writer?

Let’s face it, anyone who has ever travelled and kept a journal has thought at some point ‘I want to get paid to do this’…     Well, I can’t offer you that, but here’s a competition from the Telegraph where you could win a rather handy £200. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travel-writing-competition/ To enter, you have to write […]

Quest4Change Charity Internship

Are you interested in forging a career in the charity sector? Quest4Change is offering one internship giving you the opportunity to get hands on experience within our grassroots international development charity. This will be a varied role, focused on fundraising, you will develop a range of experience and we will support you to attend training […]

A Travel Playlist?

<!–[endif]–>One of the best bits about packing for a trip – if I’m honest, maybe the only good bit – is sorting out what music to take with.  Gone are the awkward days of a bulky pile of CDs, or even cassette tapes, depending on your age….I still love my tapes.  But anyway, now the […]