Steve Deeks’ ebook series, Baring All Down Under , seeks to debunk the notion that “men don’t read books” through his hysterical no-holds-barred tale of action packed mayhem in Australia.
Depicted as a cross between An Idiot Abroad and The Inbetweeners with its irreverent nature, Deeks’ laugh out loud account in Hilarious Confessions of a Bewildered Backpacker reveals the warts and all reality of this supposed pursuit . . . → Read More: Steve Deeks’ Baring All Down Under a comedic Australian adventure ebook series
Sailing, perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Australia – kangaroos, crocodiles and rugged outback are more commonly mentioned while discussing all things down under – however, the country also features the Great Barrier Reef, the largest reef in the world. As such, there are also plenty of water activities to be had when visiting this continent and what better way . . . → Read More: Australia – Adventure Vacation With Bareboat Yacht Charter
When you’ve had enough of sun, sand and sangria in your life, and the uncertain attractions of the English Riviera have faded, where next for the holiday of a lifetime? For retired local government consultant Vic Quayle and his wife Pam, it had to be a real adventure, so where better to go than into the remote Outback of Australia and do what the ‘Grey Nomads’ . . . → Read More: New book about retirees motor home trip around Australia
Who hasn’t dreamed about bagging a Lotto Jackpot? However, in the pre-Lotto & Euromillions era of the Sixties, it was a Football Pools win that everyone desired… but a group of people who had emigrated to Australia, did more than just dream, they acted upon their wishes and some became Opal millionaires.
The opal miners are dubbed by author, JD Waterhouse, as DREAM HUNTERS and his novel . . . → Read More: Europeans and Brits Who Struck It Rich In Australia’s Outback
Glasgow Sees Boost in Jobs Opportunities Overseas
Scots might be able to start dreaming about starting a new life in Canada, Australia, or New Zealand following a proclamation at the SECC that stated that this dream will soon be a reailty. This is due to the fact that there are now many new jobs available in these countries that will help boost immigration into the countries.
New . . . → Read More: Glasgow Sees Boost in Job Opportunities Overseas
Breathtaking! That’s the first word that comes to mind if we talk about the picturesque beauty of Australia. Nothing would be better than experiencing and living every moment of this divine environment than covering it by road. From the coastal journeys to the adventures, a road trip to experience the real Australia is the ideal way to experience its magnificent beauty.
The trip . . . → Read More: The Magic of an Australian Road Trip
Interdean international removal experts have issued a statement regarding recent news that there are many Australian cities that are affordable for expats.
An Australia Forum report found that many of Australia’s cities are no longer in the list of the 30 most expensive places for expats to move to in the world. In fact, the new biannual cost of living in either Canberra or Sydney placed the . . . → Read More: Interdean examines the expat cost of living in Australia
It has been revealed that Qantas has received a one off payment worth $NZ156m from the New Zealand route and the airline has said that they have made a stern effort to tidy up the way they accounted for this subsidiary.
The annual accounts which were files in NZ for Jetconnect, the airline which operates the trans-Tasman Sea flights for Qantas, have shown that it returned a . . . → Read More: Qantas reap the rewards of their New Zealand connection
Although many people would consider building a Titanic replica as enough distraction, businessman Clive Palmer has found enough time to launch another massive tourism project. Earlier this year, the billionaire commissioned the building of a life-size replica of the titanic in a Chinese shipyard. The billionaire is hoping to offer holiday cruises on the route from Southampton to New York.
The Australian billionaire also opened on Saturday, . . . → Read More: ‘Titanic’ businessman opens dinosaur theme park
An avocado shortage in Australia has proved fruitful for growers across the ditch in New Zealand. Western Australia has had a dismal growing season and this is the main area for the Hass summer avocados, and the shortage has seen the cost of a single avocado shoot up to more than $5 in some outlets. At Melbourne’s fruit and veg market the price has peaked at . . . → Read More: Australia forced to import Avocados after dismal growing season