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Transportation in Australia

Transportation in Australia

ON THE GO Traveling by plane According to youremailverifier, Aircraft are as common in Australia as traveling by bus and train in smaller countries. With the domestic airlines Qantas / QantasLink (QF) (Internet: www.qantas.com), Jetstar (JQ) (Internet: www.jetstar.com), Virgin Australia Airlines (VA) (Internet: www.virginaustralia.com/ au / en /), Tigerair (TR) (Internet: tigerair.com.au) and Rex (ZL) (Internet: rex.com.au) as well as the subsidiaries you can reach all large cities and important regional centers. Scheduled flights: Qantas / QantasLink (QF) (Internet: www.qantas.com.au…

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Travel to Tahiti

Travel to Tahiti

Tahiti: entry and exit regulations Formalities, visas For the entry of tourists from the EU and many other countries, a passport is sufficient for a visit of up to three months. So no visa is required. Upon entry, a passport valid for 6 months from the intended departure date and a return flight or onward travel ticket must be presented. Currency There is no limit for the import of foreign currency. However, only foreign currencies up to the imported amount…

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Perth Hills in Western Australia

Perth Hills in Western Australia

The area of ​​the Perth Hills is next to the Swan Valley also a well-known wine region in the area of ​​Perth , in Western Australia . The rolling countryside and Mediterranean climate make viticulture a profitable business in the eastern areas of Perth . Where there is wine, there are usually restaurants and art galleries not far away. But also various nature reserves with hiking trails, rivers and waterfalls can be found in the Perth Hills. The Lesmurdie Falls…

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Eating in Palau

Eating in Palau

What do you eat in Palau? Fish comes first in Palau, plus seafood of all kinds. The fish is also eaten as sashimi, i.e. raw, because the dishes should also match the Asian taste. There are also many people who come from Asia living here. Sea cucumbers are also valued, but have nothing to do with our cucumbers. They are animals that live in the sea. They are also less on the tourist menus, but rather end up in the…

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