Where To Stay While Traveling Australia

On our travels over the years we have stayed in many different places, and many different styles of accommodations over the years. From Free Camping destinations – found with our Camp 7 Book, to sleeping near the beach in our Campervan, to pulling up in rest stops in our Motorhome, to sleeping in tents, to traveling with our Camper van and Camper trailer, to finding a hotel because David and Kyle were not well, to even staying at beautiful hotels/motels.

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What Would You Do If Money Was Endless

A question I have come across, and one I have answered when I attended a mindset conference many years ago, and something I day dream about a lot!

What Would You Do If Money Was Endless. The other day we drove past a sign in Brisbane that advertised the new lotto system that gives you $20,000 per month for the next 20 years – or was it $25,000 per month for the next 25 years?? I can’t remember the exact amount, but I do remember looking at David and reading it to him – asking him what would you do if you won that money knowing that it will come in every month for the next 25 years??

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Are You Lucky Do You Place Bets On Horse Racing

Are you a lucky person? Or do you not Bet? Would you believe that I normally can look at a Horse {before the races} and have a good hunch which horse will win! And yet I don’t place bets – crazy hey!

And I am also very lucky with winning competitions online – I have won a few trips to Melbourne {it keeps on taking me back there!} through our blog. And I do put on a Lotto ticket every now and then, and while I win its only a small win – but its the feeling that I love when I do win – its really addictive. The rush, the feeling, the excitement – I so can imagine its like that when you place bets on Horse Racing?

I won’t play the Pokies Machines – only cause of my personality. I get fixated on something and I can’t stop {yeah we don’t have chocolate in our Motorhome anymore!!!} So I know that it would be extremely dangerous if I was to play the pokies – I would get hooked in no time, and I would blow way too much money.

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Go On A Luxury Australian Adventure

You may have experienced a slight jolt at the word ‘luxury.’ You automatically assume that it’s well-beyond what you can afford and this article is for someone else. Wrong. You can afford to go on dozens of luxury vacations. Why? Because you’ve just scooped millions of dollars in a fun and simple way.

If you play lottery online, it can open up a whole world of possibilities, just like some of these unforgettable Australian experiences. Are you ready? Let’s go! Lets Go On A Luxury Australian Adventure

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6 Things You Need for a Weekend Camping Trip

If you’re off on a camping adventure, the equipment you require will depend on where you are going, the type of activities you want to do, the season of the year and the length of your camping stay. For a weekend camping trip, here are six of the most useful and important things to take with you.

First Aid Kit

Naturally you are hopeful that no injuries will be sustained and no illness experienced, but a well-equipped first aid kit is a must on any camping trip. Make sure your kit contains bandages, band aids, antihistamine medication, paracetamol or other pain-relieving medication, a thermometer (housed in a hard case) and anti-nausea and diarrhoea relieving medication.

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5 Things to Pack for a Trip to Morocco

Morocco, located in northern Africa, is a diverse destination known for its sweeping landscapes, winding alleyways and colourful souqs. Despite its beauty, many foreign travellers steer clear of the region because of their fear of the unknown. However travelling in Morocco is no more dangerous than other destinations in the world, but if you are still concerned, perhaps consider cultural Moroccan tours and travel with a company such as Gypsian Boutique Tours. Once you’ve decided to go, there are five important things that you cannot forget to pack.

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6 Things To Consider Packing For A Long-Term Trip

Are you planning a long-term trip in the future, but you can’t decide what you will need? Whether you are taking a two-year sightseeing tour around Europe, a six-month road trip across America or a four-week backpacking stint in Southeast Asia,  or even travelling Australia in a Motorhome/Campervan consider these six pointers when packing for an extended holiday.

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5 Careers for People Who Love to Travel

It can be hard to stem wanderlust when you know you should be settling into a career and saving for your future. Don’t write off your travelling dreams as something that will never happen. There are plenty of career options for people that have a case of the travel bug. Here are just a few examples of jobs where you can get paid and travel.

Telecommunications Entrepreneur

As a business owner, the amount of travel you do is reliant on the flexibility your business offers. Working in the telecommunications industry allows you to travel anywhere that has a phone. So long as you have the ability to speak to your clients, you can travel far and wide. For example, partnering with a provider such as Telcoinabox allows you to run your own business, wherever you are in the world. If you are hoping to see the world while building a business, this might be the career for you.

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How to Prepare for a Life on the Road

Are you itching to leave the humdrum of everyday life? Are you ready to experience things in new and exciting ways? Have you been longing to pack up all your belongings and just drive? You are certainly not alone. Many people – even entire families – have left behind common jobs and taken to the road to experience life in new ways. Are you ready to take this step? Here are a few ways to help you prepare for your departure.

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Top 5 Family Holidays for Easter

Easter is a perfect time for a holiday; autumn is beginning to take the edge off the summer heat but it’s still beach weather. For some, it’s a four day break. But for those with school children, the Easter holiday often stretches to two weeks. Here are five destinations to consider for your family’s Easter vacation.

1. The Gold Coast and Theme Parks

The Gold Coast is home to numerous theme parks including Dreamworld, Wet ’n Wild, Movieworld and Seaworld. Travel agents and specialty ticket outlets offer package deals to the theme parks so you can get entry to several at discounted prices. Other attractions are the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Skypoint Observation Deck. There is plenty of accommodation on the Gold Coast, however, because of its popularity, it’s best to book well in advance.

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