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Julio Moreno
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Accommodation in Korea is somewhat different from other countries. A lot of unique options are available for all kinds of budgets, so it would be wise to consider them in addition to the usual suspects of hotels, motels, hostels, guesthouses and more…
Accommodation in Korea is somewhat different from other countries. A lot of unique options are available for all kinds of budgets, so it would be wise to co
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Location: Mulu, Sarawak, Malaysia Visited: July 28-31 Site Type: Natural Inscribed: 2000 Background and Opinion: Gunung Mulu is one of two National Parks in Malaysia that are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with the other being the far more…
Location: Mulu, Sarawak, Malaysia Visited: July 28-31 Site Type: Natural Inscribed: 2000 Background and Opinion: Gunung Mulu is one of two National Parks in Malaysia that are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with the other being the far more traveled Kinabalu National Park. It contains dozens of caves comprising one of the top ten …
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I guess this comes as no surprise to people who have visited lately, but I am in the middle of a massive hiatus. Before now, the longest I went without posting was…maybe 2 weeks? Now, it has been a solid five months. I guess I felt like I owed some long…
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The United States is hands down one of the most amazing places to travel. As the third largest country in the world by size and population, adrenaline junkies, road trip lovers, popular culture aficionados, and even those who are looking for places off…
America is a fantastic country with loads of hidden gems. Here are five of my favorites, so don't go around telling everyone.
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Episode #4 – Reflection Time Where ever you live, at home or abroad, there will always be things you like and dislike about a place. What it comes down to is whether the good out weights the bad or visa versa.  I’d like to share five questions that I ask…
Reflecting back on the last year, these are the questions I ask myself. Is it worth it to do a working holiday in New Zealand? and a few others...
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Episode #2 – Amazing New Zealand Hopefully, you read my two cents on things I wish I knew before coming and are ready to know all the great stuff about this country. Let’s not waste any time!   The Landscapes are as Promised Just like everyone told you,…
Are you prepared and all set to go to New Zealand on a Working Holiday? Here are some of the most amazing thing this country has to offer.
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To my knowledge, there are no known maps (that sounds so cool) of the town directly outside of Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak… until NOW! While Google Maps does have a presence in Malaysia, their map is grossly outdated. When I stayed there (August,…
Mulu is one of the best places I've ever been but it was surprisingly cumbersome to find information on it. Here is a map of restaurants and accommodation.
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[The following is a guest post from a fellow UNESCO fanatic named Jordan Adkins (his bio and blog link is at the bottom). I found his entries very fascinating (especially #3) so I hope you enjoy them as well. If you would also like to contribute your top…
[The following is a guest post from a fellow UNESCO fanatic named Jordan Adkins (his bio and blog link is at the bottom). I found his entries very fascinating (especially #3) so I hope you enjoy them as well. If you would also like to contribute your top 5 UNESCO sites and are a fellow …
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On the last post, I shared some of my favorite off the beaten path spots in the USA. It is easy to find those kinds of spots in one’s own back yard as it is more comfortable to take risks and explore. Abroad though, it takes some research, a lot…
These ten hidden gems in ten countries are all bucket list worthy and hopefully will encourage you to get off the beaten path.
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International Driving Permit or International Driving License? What are they, do I need one, and why the hell is this so confusing?
What is an International Driving Permit (IDP) and is this the same as an international license? Should I get one? That and more, DEMYSTIFIED!!!
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+Julio Moreno uh... just a ordinary dumb middle school. It's boring. Really.
I got first place in the english speaking contest at school. And all the english teachers think I'm from Canada....LOL !! I miss you so much.
I even remember all the rude words and my rude things to do in an academy. haha.
I'll visit, of course. Mabey at the morning? To see you ..haha
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Episode #3 – New Zealand’s Dark Side You came here looking for the dirt on New Zealand and you will definitely find it. Contrary to what you may have heard, New Zealand is NOT a paradise. 1/4 of all Kiwis are abroad at any given time, and that is not…
Having a working holiday abroad is not all fun and games. These are the terrible things you NEVER hear about New Zealand. The gloves are off...
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Episode #1 – Preparing for the Adventure of a Lifetime I have been in New Zealand for roughly 10.5 months now (at time of posting, I am flying out today), and while my close friends have heard of my thoughts on the country and experience as a whole, I…
Don't make the same mistakes I did. These are some of the things I wish I knew before heading to New Zealand on a working holiday visa.
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I read some reviews, and are you kidding me? Sure there is a wait, because the food is AMAZING! The service is great, and the portions enormous. I have no complaints at all. I dreamed of eating at this place while I was abroad!
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