Late Post

AirAsia Travel Advisory: Credit Account validity is now extended to 2 years for all AirAsia guests departing before 30 June 2020

Manila, Philippines – AirAsia guests can now take advantage of an extended Credit Account validity period of up to 730 days (2 years), on top of an unlimited flight change option.

Guests with existing flight bookings made on or before 17 April 2020 with a departure date between 23 March and 30 June 2020 can now choose from the following flexibility options:

Unlimited flight change:

Change to any new travel date before 31 October 2020 on the same route for an unlimited number of times without any additional cost subject to seat availability; OR

Credit account:

Retain the value

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6 reasons to pair a tour with your Australia semester abroad

So you’re planning your study abroad in Australia… your visa’s been granted. Your saving is going… okay. You’ve put your deposit down on your Air New Zealand flights. You’ve already selected the classes your taking.

What now?

Do you sit and apply for internships or jobs in your chosen city of residence? Look for your university’s (also called ‘uni’ in Oz) dorm options or hit Google on the apartment hunt? Find people to share a house with? Research how to buy textbooks once you arrive? Sensible answer? Yes. All of these things.

…But on any year in Australia, remember

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6 Must See Taipei Neighborhoods and Small Towns

While Taiwan’s capital is home to plenty of attractions in its own right (and certainly worth the trip!), visitors to Taipei often miss the incredible gems located in the surrounding area. Taipei’s unique neighborhoods and nearby small towns are the perfect addition to any Taiwanese adventure.

1. Jiufen

Looking to visit the town that looks like the film Spirited Away? Look no further than Juifen. Whether you are looking to wander down charming alleyways like Jiufen Old Street, visit whimsical tea houses, or learn about the town’s heritage you are only a short 40-minute train trip away.

Who’s it for:

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Episode 3: The Ultimate Guide to Travelling in San Sebastian

Hey fellow travellers! Alexx here from Finding Alexx, I’m visiting a new country every week for a year with my route based off the cheapest flight each Tuesday. Crazy? Yes. Epic? Also yes. Here’s what I got up to in week 2.

Surfies, foodies and culture vultures are going to LOVE the second stop of my trip… San Sebastian, in North Spain’s Basque Country. This coastal beauty is famous for its culinary scene, and it’s said to have the most Michelin stars per square metre than any other city in the world. Make sure you pack stretchy trousers. Here’s

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6 reasons to pair a tour with your Australia semester abroad

So you’re planning your study abroad in Australia… your visa’s been granted. Your saving is going… okay. You’ve put your deposit down on your Air New Zealand flights. You’ve already selected the classes your taking.

What now?

Do you sit and apply for internships or jobs in your chosen city of residence? Look for your university’s (also called ‘uni’ in Oz) dorm options or hit Google on the apartment hunt? Find people to share a house with? Research how to buy textbooks once you arrive? Sensible answer? Yes. All of these things.

…But on any year in Australia, remember

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Your guide to Oz Experience