Australia is a great tourist destination as it has a very unique way of life and the things that can be seen in Australia cannot be found elsewhere, millions of tourists travel to this amazing place every year and with there being so much on offer in terms of tourist attractions and things to do I’m sure that a visit to Australia will not be a disappointing experience. If you are planning on going on holiday to Australia in the near future then there are some tourist spots that you simply cannot miss out on.

 

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of Australia’s most recognizable tourist spots with its iconic architectural design and prestige within the entertainment community. The Sydney Opera house is a must-visit attraction in Australia with over forty shows a week there is bound to be something for you and your loved ones to enjoy. There is an onsite restaurant and bar so you can enjoy a few refreshments before the big show, this location has a lot of history and for any fans of opera or live performances, you should prepare to see one of the best shows of your life.  If you are looking for romantic date ideas in Sydney then opera house would be an excellent choice, with live entertainment and fine dining experience packages being offered for a more reasonable price point.

 

Great Barrier Reef

For those of you that are a little more adventurous or if you are someone who is interested in watersports and aquatic wildlife then the great Barrier Reef should be very high on your itinerary. The clear blue waters and the exotic marine animals and plants that can be seen here is truly mesmerizing, the reef is pretty well known for their abundance …

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If you are a keen traveler then you will understand the difficulty of trying to make sure that you stay in the zone and enjoy yourself whilst taking plenty of pictures and making notes to document your amazing trip. For someone who travels often it would be a good idea to look at ways that you can document your journey whilst ensuring you are not distracted, there are many ways to do this and as you travel more you will find that you become very used to it and that your methods of documentation are implemented into your travel routine smoothly.

 

Camera

The best thing about traveling is the fact that you are able to see so many amazing things and tourist attractions, a camera would be a great item to bring with you so that you can capture the special moments on your trip as well as being able to post your photo on your blog for all of your followers to see and envy over. There are many great cameras out there but don’t forget that if you find yourself without a camera in a moment you wish to capture then you can always use your phone. The important thing is that you have the means to capture any special moments on your trip as you don’t know when or if you will ever get the chance to return. For any travel blogger, it is always the pictures that people want to see from your trips, so if you want blogging success then I would highly recommend that you make sure to take high-quality photographs to be used on your blogging platform.

 

Journal

Writing a journal is great especially for those trips that are over a few weeks long, as it can be hard to put …

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Yellowstone

Yellowstone is located in the states in northwest Wyoming and is also a part of the neighboring states of Montana and Idaho. This beautiful location would have to be one of the most visited national parks on this list. It is very well known for its wildlife-rich scenery and of course the famous tourist attraction of the Old Faithful geyser. The Yellowstone area is one that is very rich with history, the area was in fact a traditionally Native American part of the states so it is actually a very cultural location with a very interesting story.

 

Yosemite

It seems that the states are very proud of their national parks and the next to feature on this list would have to be the Californian location of Yosemite National Park. Yosemite is best known for its iconic valley and a truly serene atmosphere that comes with the vast mountains of granite that can be seen from all over this park. Thanks to the large mountain there is a significant amount of shade at this location however this has brought a unique attraction to the park with a special type of grass that grows well in the shade, as well as an array of other wildlife.

 

The Grand Canyon

There should be no question as to why this iconic location made it onto this list, the Grand Canyon is a protected national park and an American landmark. The vast valleys of bright red-orange clay that make up the Grand Canyon would have to go down as one of the most recognized American attractions to ever exist.

 

Serengeti National Park

The next national park which is one of the most beautiful on the globe would have to be the Serengeti National Park located in Tanzania; if you have the …

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Brighton – Fear Festival

When it comes to celebrating Halloween there are many different ways to go about it and it is totally dependent on how you want to spend the amazing holiday. For those of you who are thrill chasers and love something really scary to get you into the Halloween spirit then I would totally recommend that you take a trip to Brighton. This seaside city always looks great during the autumn and Halloween season with extravagant street lights and street parties to celebrate. If you do decide to visit then there is a particular event for those of you who are thrill seekers on Halloween, the fear festival is set in a spooky farm location, with a walkthrough of many different areas all packed with truly terrifying actors and many horrific scene setups to celebrate the spooky season with a good scare.

 

Paris – Disneyland

If you are lucky enough to have the budget available for a more extravagant trip for Halloween then Disneyland would have to be the one for you. Their Halloween event is a celebration of the several famous Disney villains that are in the franchise, with a huge street party and Halloween parade, the Disney Halloween event is great fun for all the family. If you are able to spend a few days there then there is usually a seasonal promotion to make you’re booking a little cheaper including access to all the different areas within Disney and all of the rides and attractions in the park. A visit to Disneyland at any time is a real treat but when it comes to Halloween there really is no expense spared making this destination one of the best to visit if you are looking for a Halloween holiday suitable for your whole family.…

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Traveling on the cheap often means staying in hostels. This can be great if you’re a social bug, love getting to know strangers, are bursting to share your travel experiences, and adore making international friends. Staying in hostels comes with its own rule book, though. From navigating the social lounge, getting on with other lodgers, and feeling comfortable in staying in different places; staying in hostels isn’t always easy-peasy. So, below, I’ll give you some of the best tips for ice breaker questions, making friends, navigating shared facilities, and making your stays in hostels as comfy as can be. Let’s get stuck in!

 

Ice Breaker Questions

If you’re the social type, which is a given if you’re a hostel-style traveler, you’ll need some good conversation starters and ice breaker questions to open those doors to friendship.

Of course, there are always the basic questions travelers get asked: where have you just been? Where are you going next? Where are you from? Those questions, as a traveler, are the ones you’ll constantly be asked. But, the best questions to ask when you’re staying in a hostel, are fewer questions and are more like statements.

After initial introductions and basic questions are done, if they seem to be happy to talk, try this to get the conversation going. To really get someone drawn into a conversation, first, share a small story about your recent experiences while traveling – did something funny happen to you while you were trekking? Do you have an embarrassing story from the last hostel you stayed in? Maybe there’s something you’re a little confused about, could you ask for their advice on the topic?

There’s nothing like opening up to someone else to get them engaged in a conversation. Seriously, try it!

 

Making friends

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This year we have spent a lot of our free time indoors and by now I’m sure we are all quite sick of the sight of our own walls. Though a lot of places aren’t open right now, we can still take the time to dream of all of the places we can go when the madness of the world has calmed down a little. Instead of big holidays and trips to resorts, a lot of us want to cozy down in welcoming BnBs all around the world. Searching for a location to get a BnB in can often be confusing as you don’t really know what the place will be like until you get there, so to make it a little easier for you, here are the 6 best places to go for a BnB holiday.

 

Ruthin

Ruthin is one of the smaller places on the list, however, it is one of the best locations to have a BnB holiday. In Ruthin, there are hundreds of small cottages available to visit for more than reasonable prices. Ruthin is a very small village and has a lot of beautiful and rustic homes you can stay in. Many of which have their own original features and even thatched roofs. All of the small cottages have beautiful interiors and have become famous for their range of contemporary internal doors. So if you are looking for a small getaway, why not try Ruthin.

 

London

No explanation is really needed as to why London is one of the best places to book an Air BnB. In London, you have access to plenty of tourist sites, as well as famous markets and well-known shops. BnBs here can be a little pricey, but you will save a lot of money if you book well …

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