The 2016 IEC Visa Application Process has changed somewhat from previous years, here’s a brief rundown for you: The biggest change to the 2016 application system is it does not work on a first come, first served basis. This year they have introduced a pool system. You need to complete a basic eligibility application form which… Read More Changes to the 2016 IEC Visa Application Process
Anyone who has ever moved away from their home country will be able to relate to this. I was talking to someone from back home yesterday, and somewhere in the conversation we turned to British TV shows and they mentioned my favourite show, Silent Witness, had started again. Having never really been into watching lots… Read More Virtual Private Networks (VPN) – Watch whatever you want anywhere in the World
This weekend I broke out of Vancouver for the second time since arriving here. Desperate to explore more and wanting to keep it cheap, Lynn Canyon Park and Suspension Bridge ticked all the boxes. Travelling from Vancouver City, 2 friends and I set off on our little adventure. We started off by taking the Seabus… Read More Lynn Canyon Park and Suspension Bridge
Here are my tips to help you avoid jet lag: Hydration Hydration is perhaps the single biggest thing to keep on top of when travelling. Airports are usually stuffy and the planes circulate air constantly which can leave your skin dry, and you dehydrated and feeling very grouchy. Personally I drink a lot of water… Read More How to avoid Jet Lag
What’s it like to leave everything you’ve ever known, both people and places, and to embark on the biggest journey of your life? What’s it actually like? Terrifying, exciting, nerveracking and completely alien are good descriptions to start. Let’s explore some of those in more detail: Excitement There is a huge amount of excitement that… Read More Emigration – What’s it like?