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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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Country #8 Australia, Work and Long Term 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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The Wanderlust Tag: How can I afford to travel? How to Live Abroad

Where are you now? I’m Danni from 10 different countries- or that’s the dream! Actually, I’m currently in country number 8 (Australia), but I swear I will get to the finish line. I’ve been travelling for over a decade now, it doesn’t feel like that long! When will you stop travelling? You might think there was a definite end in mind, but 10 is just a number and my heart longs to keep on travelling after that is done. Don’t tell my long-suffering mum  ...

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How the Brexit will affect YOUR travels!

Feeling  a little deflated over here at livein10countries as I take on this Brexit travel experiences blog. The EU has been a cornerstone of my dream to experience life in new countries, and as a Brit, I now have to accept the evolution of that dream. Still it’s not all doom and gloom- here’s the takeaway from the vote results- good and bad! Cheap budget airlines in limbo Leaving the EU has removed the ‘open skies’ policy that allowed these airlines to roam freely  ...

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