by Alana Downer on Dec 5, 2017
Traveling has a tendency to become a lot more expensive than travelers anticipate it to be. As much as you think you know what you’re getting yourself into, it’s hard to be certain of all of the small variables. Did you assume a restaurant meal would be closer to $8, only to find out it’s closer to $12? It’s happened to all of us, and it upsets our plans. Managing money while you travel makes emergency situations less likely to happen, and removes a lot of stress from your trip. 1. Start By Being Too Prepared Think about how much money you’ll need to have for your trip, and add 25% to that number. That padding will cover any variables, or things you didn’t expect would come up. It’s best to have a safety net to protect you, and budgeting down to the dime rarely works when you’re having fun. Give yourself a little wiggle room, but try not to use it. You’ll get a better outcome when you’re a little over prepared. ... Continue reading →
by MarthaKeywood on Jan 12, 2018
Thrill lovers will know that there is nothing like exploring a new dive site. The rush of heading down into the unknown, finding something new and exhilarating, and unlocking the secrets of the ocean cannot be matched. If you are visiting any region in Oceania you will most certainly be spoilt for choice. These are the top options in that area. 1. Cod Hole – Great Barrier Reef, Australia Cod Hole is one of the most famous dive sites in the world, so if you’re going to dive in Oceania, you really do have to put it on your list. The huge and friendly cod that live here are the main attraction, and at up to two metres long, they might be the biggest fish you’ve met. The coral itself is a beautiful environment and worth exploring. If what the scientists are saying is true, it’s also worth exploring now – before we lose it. 2. Carl's Ultimate - Eastern Fields, Papua New Guinea When Carl Roessler, a pioneer in tourist dives, ... Continue reading →
by KatarinaNovak on Jan 30, 2018
If you’re like most people that dream of travelling the world, you’ve found yourself in the position of having dreams that seemingly have no possible way to come true. You spend hours on the internet staring at picturesque landscapes of exotic places, trying to figure out how to both afford the vacations you’re dreaming of, and take the needed time off work. Why not find a job that allows you to see the world and make money at the same time? Here is a short list of careers that allow you to travel while working. Travel Nurse While this job requires you to become a nurse, it really is a very lucrative and safe way to make decent money while travelling the world. Most companies that employ travel nurses offer fantastic benefits packages, and you get more than just a few hours or days exploring a destination. With contracts that last several months or longer, you can get a chance ... Continue reading →
by Emma Lewis on Feb 28, 2018
Traveling the world is something many of dream about. For the entirety of human existence, we have explored the globe, learning and experiencing different cultures, meeting new people and seeing the natural wonders that dot the planet. Unfortunately for many, travelling at all, let alone the world is a complicated undertaking. We set up lives in our home cities with family and a steady job. Stepping away from this is a considerable risk. Continue reading →
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