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Indonesia Spends £22,000 On Paint To Transform ‘Slum’ Village! The Result Is Glorious

Posted 6 days ago in Asia

1 min readHave you ever heard of the small Indonesian village of Kampung Pelangi? Of course you haven’t. Until now you’d be entirely justified in your ignorance as the entirely unremarkable and pretty grim looking ‘slum village’ is hardly a listed travel hotspot that can compare with Bali.

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Grad Visa Spotlight: Retro Flame On The Perks Of Being An Irish Gal In NYC

Posted 8 days ago in Career

1 min read  “New Yorkers love the Irish, they really do. I’m not sure if it’s our accents, our personalities or a little bit of our charm but being Irish over here is a really, really good thing”   We can’t blame them really, especially when the calibre of graduates arriving from Ireland to the … Continue reading Grad Visa Spotlight: Retro Flame On The Perks Of Being An Irish Gal In NYC

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CHOSEN: J1 Thailand Travel Ambassador For A Dream Assignment!

Posted a month ago in Asia

3 min readAPPLICATION UPDATE: Thank you all so much to the hundreds of brilliant applications to become our J1 Thailand Travel Ambassador. Your talent, creativity and personalities really shone through and we were genuinely amazed by the standard of entries. Unfortunately, due to volume we are not able to reply to all applicants but we … Continue reading CHOSEN: J1 Thailand Travel Ambassador For A Dream Assignment!

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Discovering Bali: Just Kassi’s Week Long Visit To Paradise

Posted 2 months ago in Asia

11 min readNow that’s Paddy’s Day has been safely negotiated it’s time to really start thinking about what you want out of your next holiday. You’ve battled through a good four months or more of the dark nights, howling wind and lashing rain that is an Irish winter so let’s rule out something cold shall … Continue reading Discovering Bali: Just Kassi’s Week Long Visit To Paradise

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Myanmar At A Glance: Top Tips For Visiting Southeast Asia’s Secret Haven

Posted 4 months ago in Asia

6 min readIt’s been seven years or so since Myanmar dropped it’s sanctions and started openly welcoming travellers to it’s stunning scenery, temples and way of life. In that time, the nation formerly (and properly more commonly) known as Burma, has blossomed as a tourist destination. A welcome escape from 21st century stresses and a country … Continue reading Myanmar At A Glance: Top Tips For Visiting Southeast Asia’s Secret Haven

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J1 Spotlight: Scholarship Winner Louise On Her Dream J1 In Chicago

4 min readWhen we start thinking of our favourite US cities, Chicago is almost always well up the rankings and for good reason! A sports mad city, complete with a beach and brimming with good vibes including Lollapalooza, it’s no wonder our Gordon Colleary J1 Scholarship winner in 2016, Louise Kelly decided it was the … Continue reading J1 Spotlight: Scholarship Winner Louise On Her Dream J1 In Chicago

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Our Ultimate Guide To Iceland: The Most Unforgettable Short Break You’ll Ever Have

12 min readI have a confession to make. I’ve plodded through 26 years on this planet, largely living less than 3 hours away from a mystical and wild island called Iceland. I only went to visit it for the first time last week. I’m genuinely ashamed of that. Good things come to those who wait I … Continue reading Our Ultimate Guide To Iceland: The Most Unforgettable Short Break You’ll Ever Have

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[IN PICS]: This Perfectly Pink Lagoon in Mexico Is Actually Real!

1 min readYou can use as many filters as you want on your Instagram or Snapchat, but there’s nothing quite like some of the vivid colours that nature can produce. This is Las Coloradas in Mexico’s Yutucan Penninsula, a completely naturally occurring lagoon that is guaranteed to amaze you! The Pink Lagoon is the result of … Continue reading [IN PICS]: This Perfectly Pink Lagoon in Mexico Is Actually Real!

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[IN PICS]: Snow Falls In The Sahara Desert For The Second Time In Recorded History,First in 37 Years!

0 min readJust when you thought 2016 couldn’t get any stranger… The last time snow of any kind was reported anywhere in the Sahara Desert (all 9.2m sq. km of it) was in Feb, 1979. Incidentally, that date is the only time in recorded history that snow was reported as falling in the Sahara. That … Continue reading [IN PICS]: Snow Falls In The Sahara Desert For The Second Time In Recorded History,First in 37 Years!

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Pro Surfer Hits The Waves Under The Northern Lights And The Pics Are Breathtaking

1 min readTo personally witness the impossible beauty of the Northern Lights, you have to be pretty lucky! Lots of factors need to line up from the cost of visiting Iceland or Norway, to the time of year, the solar cycle and just plain old luck.

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