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  • Posted on : 05 Mar 2017  
    Hobart Having a renaissance in culture and arts led by Mona – Museum of Old and New Art | Hobart, Tasmania. • Lots of European history and architecture • Lots of creative events and opportunities • Great food, wine and beer • From Hobart you can explore the rest of this magical isle ....Read More
  • Posted on : 05 Mar 2017  
    If you are into experiencing a more down to Earth ( anywhere but Sydney) trip to Australia, I highly recommend Darwin, NT. Not only because I am a Darwinian, but we are tropical like Cairns, but a lot less touristy and suffocating. We welcome travellers with open arms! The average temperature during....Read More
  • Posted on : 06 Mar 2017  
    One of the things I didn't realise until my second year of living here is that Australia is relatively far away from many countries. My family lives in the East Coast of the US. When we’re looking for plane tickets, anything around $1500 is okay. If you can find one for less than $1000, grab it! ....Read More
  • Posted on : 13 Mar 2017  
    The weirdness of the German customs and habits depends upon the country from which the ‘foreigner’ comes from. In any case, here are some general points: Relaxed view on nudity: Germans do not express any surprise or shock when they see a completely naked person on TV or in a Garden. They....Read More
  • Posted on : 13 Mar 2017  
    I’m going to come at this from a British perspective, based on my experience of living in Germany and having a long term relationship with a German. (Please remember this is all tongue-in-cheek and I love the Germans a lot :) ) 01: Schultüte (School Cone) The first time I went to meet my girlf....Read More

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