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Travel Tips

Wanting to begin a life of travel or simply looking for travel tips to use on your next vacation? Either way, the information below should assist with planning a trip, travelling on a budget and saving money, keeping safe, packing and most importantly improving your overall travel experience.

Travelling is meant to be enjoyable so use the travel tips I’ve learnt to ensure you have the best time.

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An empty brown wallet with no money in it

52 Travel Saving Tips That Will Save You Money – Number 44 Is Genius

Many people simply aren’t content to just stay in their home town these days. Its official, we love to travel and see the world nowadays, but with that often comes an expensive price. Even the cheapest locations seem to have huge price tags, and it may seem impossible to consolidate ...
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One of the entries to Death Valley National Park with a large sign on the side of the road

Death Valley National Park – The complete travel itinerary for your visit

Despite its name, Death Valley National Park in California is far more than just a barren swath of the desert. In fact, it’s one of the most unique national parks in the United States famous for its one-of-a-kind geologic features, otherworldly landscapes, and scorching heat. (The highest temperature recorded at ...
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a golden world globe on top of a wooden table with a finger pointing at a travel location

A Fun Holiday That’s Still Relaxing: Can It Be Done?

Feeling like you need to relax and bring everything back into balance after a recent bout of stress or business? A chance to kick back, relax and totally unwind is always going to be well-received, and we all need a break from the everyday stresses at times. A peaceful holiday ...
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Wattching a sunset finish while travelling via boat make from fishing for tuna in Cape Town

Unforgettable Fishing at Cape Town in 5 Easy Steps – Chase the fish of your dreams

Fishing might be a practice that dates back to prehistoric times and at least 40,000 years. But it was only from the 16th century when we began releasing our vessels into the oceans and seas. This produced more advanced and mass fishing options that gave birth to many different techniques ...
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One of the big blue Busabout buses that travels right around Europe each year

Budget travel with Busabout – Step-by-Step review of how they operate

Today I want to take a look at a company I have personally used on a few occasions over the last couple of years while travelling in Europe. It’s a company that is often overlooked compared to others offering a similar service but one I think more should consider when ...
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An Archaeological site found in the city of Lima, Peru. Traditional mud brick buildings are found here

What to do in Lima, Peru – Popular Sights, hotels and food ideas from a local

Finding yourself in need of a new destination for your next holidays? How about heading over to South America, and going straight to Peru or adding it to your entire journey? Whichever the decision, you need to include a Lima city visit, I recently had the chance to explore this ...
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A private infinity pool at a luxury Bali villa accommodation in Indonesia

Where to stay in Bali – Ultimate Guide to the best accommodation in each region

I have been lucky enough to visit Bali on numerous occasions now and stayed in many of the most popular areas. I just love the Island and the friendly locals you can find there. It is obviously a super affordable holiday for Australians and other countries to do as well ...
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The Indonesian flag flapping in the breeze with green rice terraces of Bali behind it

Things to do in Bali and Jaw-dropping places to visit – Comprehensive travel guide

I’ve been lucky enough to visit and travel around Bali now on multiple occasions. It is a great holiday destination that offers an affordable vacation close to Australia. There are many things to do in Bali to do as well while enjoying your stay on the Indonesian Island, you can ...
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A small town next to the water of the Mediterranean Sea at Cinque Terre, Italy

Comprehensive Insight into the North and South of Italy – Expert review

So you’re booking a trip to Italy, but not sure whether you should visit North and South Italy or just one of the regions? Chances are, no matter where in Italy you choose to visit you’re going to have a good time; see some amazing sites, drink some good wine ...
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Looking down through a canal in Venice with buidlings built right next to the waterway

Discover Venice in 48 hours – What to see, plus ways to save precious time doing it

We see Venice in the news for its Carnival, for its romanticised atmosphere of historical buildings, for its glorious network of canals, for its connection to Marco Polo and less glamorously for the flooding of its central areas on a now frequent basis. Well if you do see any of ...
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