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USIT’s Essential Packing List

Posted 2 months ago in Asia

Everything You Need To Know Is Right Here

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12 Year Old Ballin’ in Bali

Posted 3 months ago in Asia

We’ve all gotten into arguments with our parents, right? BUT have you ever been so angry after that you steal your parents’ credit card to book a 4-day solo trip to Bali?! We didn’t think so! http:// Well one unidentified ballsy Australian 12 year old boy did, and he did it in true Home Alone … Continue reading 12 Year Old Ballin’ in Bali

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Aitutaki Lagoon – Uncovering The Most Beautiful Place You’ve Never Heard Of

Posted 5 months ago in Asia

Just when you think you’ve mapped out everywhere you need to visit before you kick the bucket. Our newest addition is one we can’t stop staring at…

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OZCAST: Our #OzAmbassador James Fox on his Travel Addiction, Exploring South America, Two Years in Canada and The Move Down Under

Hundreds applied to become our #OzAmbassador for 2018, for which we’re so grateful. Unfortunately, there could only be one and @dunta90 went to Dublin’s Aussie bar the Woolshed to meet him. Listen below to @jamesdeanfox on his adventures so far and his next one next May… James will be celebrating Australia Day with us this … Continue reading OZCAST: Our #OzAmbassador James Fox on his Travel Addiction, Exploring South America, Two Years in Canada and The Move Down Under

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GRAD VISA STORIES: @BruthaNiall’s Love Letter to Los Angeles

Anyone who’s been to the US for an entire year will know that it’s genuinely life changing. For our latest Grad Visa Story we caught up with @bruthaniall, fresh from an entire year living and working in LA. What follows will give you severe FOMO… “I normally live in Los Angeles, if you can call … Continue reading GRAD VISA STORIES: @BruthaNiall’s Love Letter to Los Angeles

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James in China: Xian, Shanghai And 8,000 Uniquely Mind-Blowing Terracotta Warriors

Posted 7 months ago in Asia

“We all really felt as though Xian was what we expected from a Chinese city and initial thoughts were that we were going to enjoy it here…”. After the dense smog, the ludicrous scale of Beijing and the stunning scenery surrounding the Great Wall, it was time for @JamesOD09’s China adventure, hurtling south to Xian, … Continue reading James in China: Xian, Shanghai And 8,000 Uniquely Mind-Blowing Terracotta Warriors

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New Zealand Further Relaxes Teaching Requirements As Labour Crisis Deepens

It seems that New Zealand’s well-documented teaching shortage is showing no signs of abating with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority further relaxing the minimum requirements for overseas teachers.

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Discovering Doha: A Viable City Break Alternative To It’s More Illustrious Neighbours?

Posted 7 months ago in Asia

10 years ago, Doha and Qatar as a whole would have been one of the more obscure parts of the world if you were Irish. Qatar Airways had yet to become a truly global carrier, the controversial World Cup 2022 announcement had yet to drop and Doha was difficult to place either on a map, … Continue reading Discovering Doha: A Viable City Break Alternative To It’s More Illustrious Neighbours?

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