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Farewell Fujisan

The day has finally come, today I leave Japan. Despite, looking forward to this day for the last 2 months I am now realising what this truly means. 191 more words


Bloukrans: The World's Highest Bridge Bungee

It’s safe to say that I am a pretty adventurous type of girl. I have cage dived with Great White Sharks, jumped out of a plane… 976 more words

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Buenos Aires experiences

Buenos Aires! When I got the chance to go there because my friends moved there, I was excited! Then I looked up their address on google maps and while zooming out more and more to find out where exactly they were, the big circular park nearby got smaller and smaller… It was only a little flag by the time I saw the whole of Buenos Aires on my screen. 1,060 more words


Southwest Airlines: The Only Airline You Need In The United States

There is so much choice when flying in the United States. Too much at times.

Whilst Southwest don’t fly to every city, you can manage to get to most places (if not direct), with only one stopover-and it will still be cheaper than flying with other airlines on a direct or non-direct route. 565 more words


Travel & Work: The Working Holiday Visa

Working overseas seems so hard to get started, doesn’t it!?  What if I told you that it is easier than you think!?

Depending on what country you are from or where you want to be traveling/working it only requires some research. 924 more words


Quotes that make you want to see the world

“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley

It is never too late to travel solo. I started doing it just recently.

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Learning the Ropes of Personal Travel Blogging

A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine who I met in the islands of Bocas del Toro, Panama and who was there the moment the immigration’s office kicked me out of Costa Rica wrote to me with wonderful suggestions and thinking points for my blog. 654 more words