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The Best way to see the summer solstice Stonehenge celebrates!

There is one special time of year when you can actually enter the stone circle of Stonehenge, get up close and personal and not be barred by a chain link fence. It’s the summer solstice which this year falls on 21st June 2017 and celebrates the longest day of the year, in gloomy England. It truly is a magnificent spectacle and historic event! Here’s a guide to the best way to see the everything summer solstice Stonehenge offers and get the details on what happens. Read on for  ...

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Country #7 Italy, Work and Travel the Globe

How to see an active volcano- You could see lava and live to tell the tale!

The idea of seeing an active volcano may be a vaguely crazy bucketlist goal, but don’t you find it tempting? I chose to visit Stromboli, as it’s an active volcano close to Sicily, just off the coast of Italy, that tourists regularly enjoy, and return unharmed. You also don’t need much in the way of ninja skills- it’s easily accessed by short cruises and surrounded by gorgeous islands. Your visit to Stromboli might even feature an incredible display of nature.  ...

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Country #8 Australia, Work and Travel the Globe

Undiscovered Jobs Even You Could Snag as a Backpacker- Little Known Backpacker Jobs

I have probably read more posts about finding travel jobs than you’ve devoured hot dinners, because I’ve been Googling ‘how to live and work abroad‘ since the millennium. Many of them are amazing, but many also don’t attempt to give any leads for how to actually grab the jobs, and few have unusual or little-known backpacker jobs, the ones that can help you avoid the hoardes of competition. That’s where I hope this post could help with some tips on finding  ...

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How to visit China for 72 hours without a visa – what is it really like?

This post will help you: – Understand some of the complicated rules around China’s 72 hour visa waiver programme – Get the details of a traveller’s experience of the China 72 hour transit visa – Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions clearing up your questions and doubts. Of course, I’m not an immigration official- this is just the perspective of one traveller’s experience of the Beijing ‘stopover visa’ and my best tips for 72 hours  ...

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