Where To Go After College? Whether You Travel Or Work Abroad After College, It's Up To You! :: CollegeAftermath.com There is no time like now if you’re an explorer at heart! Where to go after college is one of the many difficult decisions you may face after graduation. The one thing you may take for granted is that now, for the first time in your life, you are completely free! For some reason, people have the tendency to settle for a career, get married, have kids, and then that’s it. When I decided I was going to live abroad after college, every single adult that I spoke with told me the same thing – “Now is the time! Luckily, there are a host of opportunities for college grads looking to explore the world. If you only want to travel, to explore, to see the world… Begin by deciding where you want to go and how long you want to go. Your travel date of choice should also be carefully determined. Book your transportation. Depending on where you want to go, most western countries allow visitors to stay for up to three months without a visa. Find a place to crash. Eat cheap. Have the time of your life.
World Hum Go Backpacking - The Best Around the World Travel Blog Sidecar Traveller Travel Cheap And Travel Young: 10 Countries You Can Visit On A College Budget With the travel season upon us, it’s time to begin exploring again and creating memories that last. Like everyone else, I’m pretty much broke and can’t afford to go on a luxury trip across Europe, but just because the university takes all my cash doesn’t mean I can’t still travel. Here is a list of 10 countries that rank on the low-end for cost right now: Bolivia Home to many activities and sites, this cheap country will have you living like a king for less than you would think. Thailand Thailand has been trying to revamp its tourism as of late and many tourism companies have been offering excellent deals. If you are open to bunks, you can easily get by for an entire day on that price. Greece With the state of the economic condition in Greece, prices are low and the tourism will help bring in some more much-needed money. This is one of the best locations in all of Europe for cheap travel. Spain Spain is having similar issues to Greece and could use the extra money from tourism. Costa Rica Vietnam
BootsnAll News and travel tips for independent budget travellers July 2nd, 2010 by Tim Uden City Circle tram Trams are to Melbourne what red double-decker buses are to London and yellow taxis are to New York City. Most routes require a ticket, but the City Circle route (route 35) is free. State Library of Victoria The free Wi-Fi connection attracts at lot of travellers to the State Library but few venture beyond the first couple of rooms. CC-by-SA David Iliff Federation Square For years Melbourne never really had a central square. NGV Ian Potter Centre While you’re at Federation Square pay a visit to the National Gallery of Victoria’s Ian Potter Centre (not to be confused with NGV International across the Yarra River at 180 St Kilda Road, which displays the NGV’s international collection). The view from the 35th floor Tim Uden reporting from Melbourne, Australia In fact I now rely on Skype so much that I’ve disconnected the three landlines that used to go into my home and office and I now find a combination of Skype and mobile phone are all I need.
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