Alicia Crosariol

Alicia Crosariol

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    Where should I go in Iceland?

    Hi Daniel, If you want to do something super local and off the tourist trail, I recommend checking out the the rock festival Aldrei fór ég suður in Ísafjörður (lots of great outdoor activities to check out in the area as well). Cheers, Alicia almost 2 years ago

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    Top countries to explore on a 3 month trip through South America?

    Hi Milly, Machu Picchu is definitely NOT overrated. If you have the time, I would do the trek there (I wish I did!). Peru is general is a fantastic destination for food, adventure, nature and charm. I especially loved Arequipa, Ollantaytambo and Cusco. I would plan to spend at least two weeks in Peru. As for buses, you get what you pay for. I would suggest you go for the higher end coaches, for comfort, safety and reliability. Alicia about 2 years ago

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    Australia itinerary direction advice

    Hi Danielle, I would make sure that you include Fraser Island in your trip if you can - it's stunning! Also, Kangaroo Island is one of my favorite places in Australia. Having done variations of both trips myself, I would allot a few less days to driving down the coast to Sydney, and a few more days to the Great Ocean Road, South Australia and Kangaroo Island. Have an awesome trip! Alicia about 2 years ago

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    Reputable campervan rental companies in Australia?

    Hi Danielle, Have you checked out Traveller's Autobarn? I've only ever had positive experiences with them. Cheers Alicia about 2 years ago

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    Should I go to university or travel as a nomad?

    Everett - in short...BOTH! However, deciding the order is the tricky part. I finished university after doing a business degree and was terrified of all of the suits going off to jobs in Accounting. So, I planned a gap year - teaching English in Thailand, volunteering in Cambodia and just traveling around Southeast Asia. I then ended up on a one-way ticket to Australia where my degree in marketing enabled me to quickly land a contract working for the marketing team at World Nomads. If I hadn't had the degree that wouldn't have been possible - so I'm really pleased with the order that I chose. But, if you really don't know what you want to do - and if you know that you'll definitely head back to uni after a trip (I never went back to my home country) - I would take the year off first. I believe that fortune rewards the bold, but doing a bit of prep work (degree, training, etc.) first will open up even more opportunities than just landing some fun bar work while abroad. Hope this helps! about 2 years ago

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    what should I not miss while in Beijing.

    A great way to end a day in Beijing is at one of the rooftop bars in Sanlitun - I liked Migas for a cocktail and a (somewhat smoggy) view. about 3 years ago

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    How does one recover from long term travel?

    Hi David, Unfortunately, I don't think you ever fully recover from long term travel. My best piece of advice is to try and treat your hometown as if you were a traveller there. Keep an eye out for interesting events, try out the newest restaurants/bars, take day or weekend trips outside of the city - and bring your friends along. The other option? Start planning your next trip - no matter how far away it may be. Remember though, you're not alone in feeling this way - all nomads do! over 3 years ago

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    What is the best place in South America

    Hi Eric, I would recommend Peru - Machu Picchu is incredible - and Arequipa, Cusco and Lima all have their own charms. If you have 7 days, you can definitely hit the highlights - and travelling solo it is an easy country to meet other travellers in. However, if you want a resort holiday, head to Jamaica. Colombia is at the top of my travel list too - so if you go, let me know how it was! over 3 years ago