Christopher Noble

Christopher Noble

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    What is the biggest sandwich in Sydney?

    Little Vienna - 9 Barrack St, Sydney - The Sandwiches are pretty big and the Disco Pork is the ducks guts ! over 9 years ago

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    How can an Australian arrange a visa for the Maldives?

    Hi Robert, From what I've heard and seen on other travel sites, Australians can grab a visa on arrival in the Maldives which is valid up for 30 days, which you can then apply for an extension if you need it. over 8 years ago

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    If you have an Australian passport, do you need a visa to go to USA?

    There is a 90 day visa waiver program for Australia passport holders - find out more about how to apply here - http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/zw-cgi/view/travelbulletins/United_States-New_Entry_Requirements almost 8 years ago

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    I'm looking for Cheap accomodation in sao miguel do gostoso. any suggestions or ideas?

    Check out - http://www.ilhadovento.com.br/ - I stumbled (literally using stumble upon) on this a few days ago so quite odd your question popped up. I haven't personally stayed there, but I think it's one of the only, if the only 'Hostel' there. Hope this helps. over 8 years ago

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    Why and how did everyone start traveling?

    My father did his PHD in Wales when I was 4, so he basically carried me on his shoulders around Europe and I still have vivid recollections about the places I visited. It was pretty much from there that I always knew I wanted to see more of the world. The hardest part for me now is juggling a family, work and that continual burning desire to get out on the road. Whenever I travel for work, I always, always make time, no matter how short the stay might be to connect as locally as I can, get a sense of what it is to be part of the culture, not just stand on the outside looking in. I hope to continue to be blessed by being part of a world community, and continue my passion for travel and being a nomad. It's in the blood now mate ! about 8 years ago

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    How can you travel the world and be paid for a service, in each country you visit?

    In my understanding there are no great short cuts outside ensuring that you contact tourism boards, adventure travel companies before you land and pitch ideas for short format stuff. One distribution channel to pitch to them is branded content on airlines. You could go out and shoot 'city trips' ( things to do when you've only got a day etc) and brand it with the company you're shooting for. You then look to push this to airlines as license free 'filler /destination content'. You can use a company like http://www.audienceintheair.com to help push it to airlines. They'll generally charge the company you shot the video for to distribute, you get paid by the company for shooting it, they get massive exposure on airlines, as well as being able to leverage the content online (web. social media etc) over 9 years ago

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    What are some good things to do/see in Ho Chi Minh City?

    It might seem like a tourist thing to do, but the Ho Chi Minh War Museum is still quite amazing - It's located at 28 Vo Van Tan, in District 3. Also agree with Simon, the market in Cantho is stunning. I went there first in 2002 and then last year, the changes are amazing, such a vibrant city, warm and friendly locals, can't wait to go back. almost 9 years ago

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    What should I do on Christmas in Sydney without any family?

    It's hard to miss chilling down at Bronte beach for a morning swim / coffee / breakfast, walk across to Bondi, have a lunch at Bondi icebergs or blow a stack of cash and go to the Sofitel for their Christmas brunch - http://ow.ly/MVrI. i used to do this in Singapore at the Hyatt....very good, long lazy, decadent. After that ferry across to Watsons Bay for a few sun soaked beers, roll back onto the ferry and head back into Surry Hills / Paddington where you'll find any number of pubs to cheer on......oh, unless you don't like food or drinking, which in that case, ignore this post :) over 9 years ago