How to Travel the World on a College Student Budget

Most college students don’t have a lot of money to burn, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still find a way to travel the world. Indeed, there are a lot of ways that you can scrape together more than enough change to go on loads of adventures without needing a hefty trust fund to rely on. It’s all about knowing how to get around and support yourself based on the resources available to you. Read more about How to Travel the World on a College Student Budget

Cook Islands

Cook Islands: Travel to paradise on the other side of the world

Today we tell you about our trip to the Cook Islands, a trip to the other side of the world, in New Zealand Polynesia: fifteen atolls and a cocktail of tradition, hospitality and perfect climate.

The welcome we received as soon as we landed in the Cook Islands was: “Welcome to Paradise” followed closely by a necklace of frangipani flowers and one of the sweetest greetings, in our opinion, that we have ever heard: “Kia Orana” which translated takes on a meaning “like you can live a full life for a long time”. Read more about Cook Islands: Travel to paradise on the other side of the world

820/801 Partner VIsa 6 Things You Need To Know

Migration sponsored by partners is allowed because of a person’s relationship with their Australian citizen sponsor. These applicants for partner sponsorship get assessed individually based upon their relationship and its nature. The rules surrounding a partner visa permit the spouse or partner of the Australian permanent resident or citizen to live in Australia. Eligible New Zealand citizens may also sponsor their partners for this class of visa. It is helpful to consult with qualified migration experts Melbourne when making an application. We look at six things you need to know about this 820/801 Partner Visa here. Read more about 820/801 Partner VIsa 6 Things You Need To Know