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9 reasons to help you decide… Have you recently considered booking a group tour overseas, either as an introduction to a new life abroad or as a way to experience a different culture? We have done you the favour of doing all the thinking for you, after all, that’s what internet searches are for. Below...
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1. Party Hard No party girl/boy’s gap year will be complete without a visit to the famous full moon party on Thailand’s Haad Rin beach in Koh Phangan. Find your best 90’s fluro gear, wack on some face paint, drink your body weight in alcohol & red bull from buckets & party the night away...
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The Australian government has just announced significant changes regarding the Working Holiday visa program. One of the changes is the opportunity to work for more than 6 months for the same agricultural employer. This also includes the opportunity to get a third-year working holiday visa, under certain conditions. Third-year visa for subclass 417 and 462...
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Vietnam Extended Visa Exemption for 5 European Countries. Vietnam is one of the new favourite hot spots amongst backpackers travelling to, or through, Southeast Asia … and with good reason! Now, there’s one more reason to add travelling to Vietnam to your bucket list … depending on where you’re from, you may not need a...
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The Golden Bridge in Vietnam or “Cầu Vàng” is one of the most unique bridges ever. The bridge features two giant concrete hands, known as the “hands of gods,” holding a golden span above the trees. The structure, which opened in early June, sits among the Ba Na Hills 1,400 meters above sea level behind...
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Thailand’s Maya Bay made famous by the 2000 Leonardo DiCaprio movie The Beach will stay closed indefinitely to give its ecosystem time to recover, authorities said on Tuesday. Maya Bay, on Phi Phi Leh island in the Andaman Sea, was closed for four months on June 1 in a bid to salvage the area’s coral...
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Australia Adventure, Gap Year Travel What To Prepare.. Australia adventure has something for everyone, whether you want to relax on its idyllic sandy beaches,quad bike through the Outback or dive with Great White sharks…the options are endless. So before you embark on your trip down under, you should ensure that you’ve packed all the essentials...
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EXPLORING SYDNEY While you’re exploring Sydney, the guidebook will give you a great map and show you the way to the icons of the city but it will not share the secrets. For that, you need to get a local to whisper in your ear. We know, we know, easier said than done. How do...
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The Best Waterfalls In Thailand That Showcase The Magic Of Nature If tropical waterfalls are your thing, you’re in for a treat in Thailand… Thailand is home to some of the most spectacular waterfalls in South East Asia. If you think you might fancy ignoring TLC and chasing those waterfalls after all, here’s our list...
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Insider Tips for Teaching English in Thailand 1. About National Requirements for TEFL Teachers In Thailand, you are qualified to teach English if you are a native English speaker and have a degree from a four-year university, plus a TEFL or TESOL certificate. Many schools prefer previous experience, but it’s not essential. A master’s degree,...
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