Student Flight's top stories of 2016
Taking a moment to reflect on our most popular travel stories of 2016 and boy was it a year for travel. There was Croatia gaining speed on its neighbouring Greek Islands looking to claim the title of best summer sailing spot.
Then there was your infatuation with different undiscovered bodies of water resulting in two of the highest rated stories on this top 10 list.
We covered bucket list adventures and round-the-world packing tips, how NOT to be the group tour douche bag and how to get around Asia for under a thousand bucks. It’s all in there, the top 10 stories of Student Flights for 2016.
Celebrating the year that was means it's time for an end of year blow out sale of the best travel from 2016! And we're kicking it off with our Black Market $499* return flights to Asia, uh huh honey.
Get in quick cause those end of year travel bargains aren't going to last long....
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How many avo toasts does it take to travel through Rome
Since we all know the real reason Millennials and ‘young people’ aren’t able to afford a home in the current economic climate is because we’re eating too much, "smashed avocado with crumbled feta on five-grain toasted bread at $22 a pop."
How does travel affect perception and identity - as told by professional travellers
When I started doing research for this story, I began by looking through different online journal articles and psychology studies, of which there are many, because I wanted to get to the core of what exactly it is about travel that affects our perceptions.
This will make you book that cheap Thailand airfare asap...
There’s a reason Thailand is the most visited country in Southeast Asia and it all begins with how much you SAVE in holidaying there! The booze is cheap, the food is cheap and each part of Thailand has its own personality.