Going back to the motherland

Going back to the motherland

  • 4 Steps to Make Your Parents More Likely to Let You Go on a Clubbing Holiday

    If you and your friends are considering going on a clubbing holiday but haven't yet left home, it's more than likely that you'll need to run the idea past your parents in order to receive permission, money, or both. Unfortunately, it can often be a tough sell. Parents will naturally worry about letting you go off by yourself, and they do have a right to be concerned. That's why you need to take the four steps listed below in order to make the proposition sound as reasonable, safe, and thought-out as possible.

  • No Worries Mate! How to Avoid Dishonesty While Enjoying Your Australian Working Holiday Visa

    Ready for your big year in Australia? If you're under 30 years old, and are from one of the 27 eligible countries, then what's stopping you from coming down under for a working holiday? The requirements for spending a year working and travelling in Australia are in fact, quite minimal. It's called a Working Holiday (417) visa, and so long as you can show that you meet the minimum health requirements, have enough money to support yourself until you find work, and have a plane ticket home, then you really don't need much else.

  • About Me

    Going back to the motherland

    My parents moved to this country when I was just a baby. When they left they thought they were saying goodbye to friends and family forever, but now we can travel back home easily. My travel agent organises trips for my parents all the time, for their nieces and nephews weddings and family birthdays. I love being able to treat my parents to these trips after all they they did for me. Our travel agent is so great at working out th cheapest times to fly and finding them great deals. I feel much less stressed knowing she is looking after all their travel plans.