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    One of the most iconic cities in the world, when you visit London it’s hard not to get overwhelmed by the amount of things to see and do there. But fear not, after living in this great city for over 3 years – I certainly know a thing or 2 about the best bits this…

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    Nanny Au Pair   Working as an Au Pair, Nanny or Babysitter is a great way to travel the world and work. Most Au Pair positions include accommodation and food so it’s a great way to save money for your travels or the next destination. You will also get to do a lot of relaxing…

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    Until I visited Australia, I’d never even heard of car relocation deals. Then I started to hear whispers about this great way you could pick up hire vehicles and see the country really cheaply, so that was it, I had to investigate! Now I know car relocation deals are the cheap way to hire a…

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    Oh the Northern Territory, Australia, that wild-west, dusty-dry, blue-sky film set of a location. Stuff of legends, fabled place to disappear and all round story-rich scenery makes this an absolute must during any Australian trip. Here are my top 10 things to do in Darwin and NT. 1. Explore Australia’s Largest National Park The enormous…

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    After my first 3 weeks of living in Melbourne, the novelty of moving to the most liveable city in the world 2015 still hasn’t worn off… 1) You can still just about tolerate the groups of school children who cram onto the trams and have no respsect for their teachers. Some of the little brats…

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    Day one: departure day   Waddling around the airport with wods of cash stored in our bulging fanny packs, we soon realised that getting to the airport 3 hours early was highly unnecessary and our Sunday afternoon stress of searching to print off an immigration form could have been avoided. At check-in, they looked at me…

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    Hugging the border between Argentina and Brazil, the incredible Iguazu Falls are one of the most breathtaking natural wonders in South America and unsurprisingly a favourite destination for many travellers exploring this area. Unlike other great world waterfalls, such as Victoria Falls in Africa, the Iguaza Falls are not one large curtain of water, but…

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    The great salsa capital of Colombia, Cali has all the energy, vibrancy and fever you’d expect from a place with such a title. Down in the southwest of the country, this bustling city is the country’s third largest and varies in both altitude and climate from one side to the other! So too does it…

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