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[INFOGRAPHIC]: 2017 Cost Of Living in New Zealand

1 min readEach year we help thousands of excitable, wide-eyed Irish travellers embark on a big adventure to all corners of the globe. One area that’s growing in popularity faster than any other is New Zealand, with Working Holiday Visas issued for the Land of the Long Cloud continually closing the gap on those who base … Continue reading [INFOGRAPHIC]: 2017 Cost Of Living in New Zealand

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Best Brunch Spots in Sydney & Melbourne

4 min readWe’ve sent thousands of you to Australia over the past few years and have gotten your feedback on the best brunch spots to hit up in Sydney and Melbourne on a budget. Although the brunch possibilities are almost endless, we’ve come up with our top 3 for each city. Ireland may have finally … Continue reading Best Brunch Spots in Sydney & Melbourne

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Ranking The Best City Stopovers On The Way East

Posted 18 days ago in Asia

11 min readDublin to Tokyo? 9,579km. Dublin to Sydney? 17,204km. Dublin to Auckland? 18,167km. You don’t need us to tell you that’s a monster distance and unsurprisingly, you won’t be able to from A to B without a stopover. Long haul stopovers are either a painful and necessary evil or a massive opportunity to explore … Continue reading Ranking The Best City Stopovers On The Way East

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Step-by-Step Guide: How To Breeze Through Your US Embassy Interview

5 min read“Congratulations! You have been placed at camp and you’re in the final steps of spending the summer of a lifetime working in the US. You’ll travel to America on a J1 Camp Counsellor visa. This will entitle you to work in an American summer camp and then travel across the country for up … Continue reading Step-by-Step Guide: How To Breeze Through Your US Embassy Interview

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Irish Blogger Erika Fox, AKA @RetroFlame1 On Deciding To Move To NYC

1 min readDeciding to apply for the US Graduate Visa is often just the first chapter of an incredible and life-changing story. The fact couldn’t be truer for Erika Fox, AKA @RetroFlame1. Having spent a couple of summers on J1’s with USIT, Erica had fallen ‘gotten addicted’ to the New York lifestyle and being at the … Continue reading Irish Blogger Erika Fox, AKA @RetroFlame1 On Deciding To Move To NYC

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This 33-Year Old From Galway Has Made $1.5m From Visiting Every Country

2 min readThis is #MondayMotivation on steroids right here. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Johnny Ward’s travel blog is that the beginnings of his completely life-changing site OneStep4Ward.com is so relatable… Coming from modest background in the West of Ireland, Johnny quickly realised that life on the road was his passion. A first venture out into the world … Continue reading This 33-Year Old From Galway Has Made $1.5m From Visiting Every Country

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The Art Of Pura Vida – Costa Rica’s Infectious, Joyous Way Of Life

6 min read“Pura Vida amigo!”, beams our local bus driver as we’re dropped off into the scorching heat and gleaming beaches of mid-March in Quepos.

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11 Days in Costa Rica! A Brilliant, Breathless Adventure

11 min readFor as long I can remember visiting Costa Rica has been at the very top of my travel Bucket List. Lush jungles, brilliant beasts, tropical beaches and adrenaline at every turn. It always seemed like a dream destination for a nature lover seeking a thrill. I was about to find out whether I … Continue reading 11 Days in Costa Rica! A Brilliant, Breathless Adventure

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8 Ways How Travelling Is The Key To Long Term Happiness

8 min readToday, 20th March 2017, is International Happiness Day. It does beg the question, why the hell shouldn’t we celebrate every day like it’s IHD but we’re not shy in spreading the joy (especially on a post-Paddy’s Day Monday!). Happiness means different things to different people and can look even more contrasting but, for … Continue reading 8 Ways How Travelling Is The Key To Long Term Happiness

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Oz Visa Spotlight: Judy’s Guide To Perfect Perth

12 min readMaking the decision to leave Ireland behind for a while and relocate abroad is seldom one made on a whim. The impact on your career, family, relationships, finances and much more need to be weighed up but often it’s the change in lifestyle and raging jealousy of others that’ll persuade you to do it. … Continue reading Oz Visa Spotlight: Judy’s Guide To Perfect Perth

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