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How I found EVS Vacancies – A Year in Europe All Expenses Paid? Here’s How!

* OK, for this to work this free year in Europe to work you’ll need to be living in certain countries, and under 30. All good? Keep reading! Love the idea of getting involved and seeing Europe, but can’t manage a year’s commitment? Scroll down for details of short term funded trips for weekend youth seminars and other events. A few summers ago I rocked up in a tiny town on the border between the Czech Republic (in central Europe) and Poland. Myself and a band of EU  ...

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Australian Partner Visa Online Tips for Success- Free Printables for Nailing It

Getting started with the Australian Partner Visa: Having been there, done that and got the t-shirt in lovely Victoria, I thought I’d help any other unmarried partner visa applicants with my experience of the Australian partner visa online application. Also, can you tell I was excited to get to Uluru? Here’s something very important to think about. Are you a couple with 1 half in Australia and 1 half in another country? If you apply for the visa from abroad, you will not be able  ...

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How to book a bargain cheap Antarctica cruise- and save 1000s

Here are my very best budget Antarctica tips, in hopes of saving as much as you possibly can on the experience of a lifetime! Those Antarctica tours are not cheap! Many dream about it, few have done it. I recently booked for the coming season and saved over $7000 off the listed price of travel to Antarctica and $3000 off even the best group trips I could find. Let’s save some money on an Antarctica cruise! The average listed price for a cruise to Antarctica is now up to $12,000 with  ...

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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.┬áIt’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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