Working Holidays: Finding Work in Australia

Working Holidays: Finding Work in Australia

Finding Work in Australia for a Working Holiday can be difficult.   Imagine quitting your job, packing up your belongings and moving halfway across the world to work and travel for a year. Now imagine yourself embarking on said life-changing journey, without an inkling of how to find work or a place to live – […]

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My Working Holiday in Australia: If I Knew then What I Know Now

My Working Holiday in Australia: If I Knew then What I Know Now

  Three years ago, I returned from my working holiday in Australia, and although I’ve told many tales of my other adventures abroad since then, I’ve never actually opened up about my time in Australia until now.

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Preparing for Machu Picchu: 6 Helpful Tips

Preparing for Machu Picchu: 6 Helpful Tips

Macchu Picchu was at the top of my travel bucket list for years, yet I was always making excuses as to why it was never the right time to go, often blaming factors such as weather, vacation time, or money. It was only nine months ago that I was able to tick Machu Picchu off […]

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How to Travel on a Low Canadian Dollar

Canadian Dollar Getting You Down? Yes, the Canadian Dollar is down in the dumps, but don’t let it put a damper on your 2016 travel plans! Here are some options that won’t break the bank this year: Stay Domestic Kiss the exchange rate worry goodbye and explore Canada by taking advantage of local deals created […]

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Why You Should Travel Solo

Confusion, shock, pity, disbelief and worry are just a few of the reactions that I’ve witnessed in response to an announcement of one of my many solo travel adventures. Most commonly, I get “but won’t you be bored?” or “aren’t you scared?”. Though very valid concerns, I can never find an adequate explanation because I can’t […]

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Heading South this Winter? Tobago is Calling!

Heading South this Winter? Tobago is Calling!

As the temperatures outside drop, our minds naturally wander to warmer climates. Before the jackets and boots have come out of storage, many of us will have already hopped online to book a vacation down south. This year, why not try something different, like Tobago!

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Tight on Time? How to See Machu Picchu in Two Days

Tight on Time? How to See Machu Picchu in Two Days

Machu Picchu has been at the top of my travel bucket list for years, but ironically, a long list of trips have preceded my recent visit to Peru. The idea behind my procrastination was actually a very poor attempt at convincing myself that I was saving Peru for a “better time” when I could be […]

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How to Stay Healthy on Long Flights

How to Stay Healthy on Long Flights

Long flights, coupled with layovers and delays can often be the most taxing part of travelling. There’s nothing worse than having to take a day of recovery upon arrival just because of an exhausting flight itinerary. To figure out how to stay healthy on long flights, I asked Dr. Melanie Lopes to share some of […]

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Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites: A Weekend Getaway

Fall. That time of the year for me, and many others, where summer bliss has faded away, and the winter blues and it’s associated stressors begin to creep in. It’s that time where the weather starts to change before you’re ready, and work inevitably seems to get more stressful. This of course, is a compelling […]

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The Best Way to Experience the Greece

The Best Way to Experience the Greece

If I had to give one piece of advice on travel in Greece, it would be to go in low season, particularly in the month of April. This advice may seem blatantly obvious to many, but the stark contrast between high and low season in Greece is unbelievable, unlike any other European country that I’ve […]

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