He nearly broke his hand in Magaluf but that didn’t stop him going out on the lash – here’s a little more about Niall Few.
Where from: Halifax, England.
How old were you when you first left the country: My Mum took me to Greece back when I was about 6 or 7.
How many countries/places travelled: I’ve just been to Greece, Spain and Belgium, although I’ve visited a few different parts of each!
Favourite place/country: Magaluf.
Why? It’s hard to say really because it’s such a different holiday to all the others which I went to with my family, but it was just a really fun time with my best mates to celebrate my birthday and the end of uni. One big blowout before becoming a proper adult.
Next trip? We’re thinking Malia, although at some point I want to visit some of the more civilised places in Europe and I’ve got to go to America at some point.
Bucket list? I’ve never noted down any bucket list or anything but I’ve always had ideas in my head of things I want to do. Saying that, visiting the USA is a huge one – the whole idea of a big road trip, Route 66 and everything, has always intrigued me. Maybe skydiving too, although I think I’d have to actually be pushed out when I get up there.
What stops you from travelling? I’ve been okay travelling so far in life because I’ve only been on family holidays and then Maga where I used my student loan. Now I’ve finished uni it’s going to be more challenging to find the time and money to go somewhere!
Best food you’ve eaten in another country? I’m the worst person for trying new things, so most times I’ll just go for a pizza, burger or plate of chips. I did once get a fancy pasta in Corfu which was really good, but it was one of those with a confusing name that escapes me now so I can’t think what it was called.
No. 1 road-trip song? I think it depends on where you are, like in Maga we listened to the same house mix every night just to get in the mood for going out, but on an actual road trip you’ve got to have a classic, I’m saying All Star by Smash Mouth, final answer!