Ljubljana | Slovenia

With its advantageous geographical location, Slovenia is the gateway to the Mediterranean to the west, Central Europe to its north and the Balkan States to its south. Artisan shops line the streets and there is no shortage of markets, cafés and restaurants. The Quick 5 How long should I stay in Ljubljana? The capital of […]

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Belfast | Northern Ireland

Since moving to the Emerald Isle, naturally my interest in Irish history has sky-rocketed. It prompts me to see all that I can when the weather is decent and on those dreary days I love curling up with a good documentary as I listen to the sound of the rain dancing outside. Irish history is […]

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Slovakia | Bratislava Day Trip From Vienna

If you’re staying in Austria for a few nights it would be a crime not to venture an additional 60 kilometres to Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava. As a born and raised Sydney girl, when I travel roughly the same geographical distance from my CBD, I still find myself in suburban Sydney. I am sure you can […]

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Bali | Indonesia

If I am honest I have never had a burning desire to visit Indonesia, perhaps due to its proximity to Australia it just always seemed accessible and therefore one of those countries I planned on visiting later in life. However, to celebrate my acceptance to university and the start of a new chapter in my […]

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Singapore

Singapore is one of those places where I stumble upon and find myself thinking hmmm wouldn’t mind relocating here…if it wasn’t for the humidity which is incompatible with my frizzy mop. Bordered by the waters of the Pacific and Indian Ocean, this little island is extraordinarily both culturally rich and diverse which contradicts its size. […]

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12 Hours | Hong Kong

When faced with 33 hours of flying, it’s enough to send anyone running to the wine. However, as my thirst for travel increases I now gravitate towards longer flights to take advantage of a hefty layover. Not only is this cheaper in some cases but provides a chance to stretch my legs and see another […]

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Irish WHA Application

The Irish Working Holiday Authorization is open to nationals aged between 18-30 years from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan and USA. Obtaining my Irish Working Holiday Authorization was incredibly easy. Upon ensuring I had all the correct paperwork, my visa was approved in under a week. I took this […]

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Garda National Immigration Bureau Card

Any foreign national entering Ireland long term whether it is to study, work or relocate is required by law to register with the Garda National Immigration Bureau as soon as possible. Please note that foreign national refers to anyone who does not belong to a member state of the Europe Union or Switzerland. Those outside […]

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Finding work in Dublin

Prior to making the move to ascertain a working holiday authorisation you need to truly investigate the economic climate of the country in question. There is nothing worse than saving furiously, uprooting you life to move half way across the world in the hope of adventure only to discover you cannot secure a job placement […]

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Working Holiday Visa – Ireland

My decision to move to Ireland has been six years in the making. My attraction to the Emerald Isle has long been present, fueled by my lineage and years spent pursuing Irish dancing in Sydney. I first expressed interest in moving to Dublin in 2009. However, the impact of the GFC quickly made me recognize […]

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