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you can spend next summer camping in Europe, working as a campsite rep. The season runs from March to September at various sites in France, Italy and Spain. Full on-site training is given and there is a weekly remuneration. Travelling expenses from Dover to the campsite are reimbursed and tent accommodation provided. The minimum age is 19 years (no maximum age limit). Interviews in December and January, in Manchester. Canvas (tel: 01383 644018).

pounds 199

per person, you can spend two nights in Vienna. Departing 24 November, this deal includes two nights B&B accommodation in a four-star hotel, return flights and taxes. DER Travel Service (tel: 0171-290 1111).

pounds 299

per person, you can learn how to cook the Cypriot way and combine Cypriot dancing and language lessons. As well as the courses, this one-week holiday includes return flights, half-board three-star accommodation, and is scheduled for either 1-8 December or 8-15 December (no single supplement on the latter date). Argo Holidays (tel: 0171-331 7070).

pounds 339

for bookings made in November, you can travel to one of 15 destinations in South America, including Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Chile and Peru, with optional stopovers in New York, Boston or Washington. This per-person price is valid for students or those under 26 years of age for travel up to 25 March 1999. STA (tel: 0171-361 6262).

pounds 565

per person, you can go on a nine-day camping tour of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Explore the Chinhoyi Caves, take a three-day canoe safari on the Zambezi and, at Victoria Falls, try white-water rafting, canoeing, boogie-boarding and a 360ft bungee jump. This deal includes a tour leader, cook, driver and full-board camping accommodation, but does not include flights. Kumuka (tel: 0171-937 8855).

pounds 775

per person, you can celebrate New Year on the Hungarian Imperial Express. Three nights aboard the steam-hauled train visiting the Hungarian lakes, a swim in volcanic springs and then two nights in a three-star hotel in Budapest to celebrate New Year with a gala dinner and Hungarian horse and folklore show. This deal includes return flights, B&B accommodation in three-star hotels and full-board accommodation while you are on the train. Gadabout Travel (tel: 01582 483444).

pounds 999

per person, you can welcome in the New Year with a transatlantic cruise. Departing 27 December from Genoa, this 17-night cruise stops at Malaga, Funchal, Barbados, St Lucia, Guadeloupe and Port Everglades. New Year's Eve will be celebrated in style in Funchal. This price includes return flights, transfers, taxes, and full-board accommodation. Mediterranean Shipping Cruises (tel: 0171-637 2525).

pounds 1,166

per person, you can take a walk on the wild side of Borneo. This 17-day trip offers wildlife-lovers the chance to encounter native orang-utan, turtles, proboscis monkeys and giant flying squirrels. The tour begins and ends with beachside pampering on the north coast of Sabah. The deal includes return flights, local transport, transfers, accommodation, English- speaking guides and some of your meals. Valid from the beginning of next year. Magic of the Orient (tel: 01293 537700).

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