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What You Could Get In West Australia For $10 – Cape Arid National Park

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Hi everyone!

After last week we talked about what you could spend $10 in London, this time we will go to the down-under to talk about what you could get in the western part of Australia. 🙂

So this time, thanks to Keshia from Solo Travelling Girl, who took some time to write on the piece on what you could get for $10 in West Australia.

So, how does she spend $10 in the down-under, and how can you spend yours? Check it out!

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5 Passengers That I Would Never Forget From The Time When I Worked In The Airline Industry

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If you’re a frequent visitor of my blog, I think most of you know that I used to work in the airline industry for quite some time before I decided to come back home.

In total, I worked in the airline industry for around 2.5 years. One year as a ground staff, with 1.5 years as a flight attendant.

During my time working in the airline industry, I have encountered so many types of people to the point that I hate most people. But then among them, there are at least 5 passengers that I would probably never forget.

So, who are they and why are they so memorable?

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What’s In Between 9-to-5 Job and Traveling?

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During my travel, I’ve met a lot of travelers who left their job to be a digital nomad and earn their money from either their business or their ability to work remotely with the help of internet connection.

As someone who has to work a 9-to-5 job for a living, at times I feel like I want to have that kind of life until I had a random conversation with Christine, my traveling partner in Sa Pa whose life is pretty much similar to mine.

Except better for her, since she works as a teacher who deals with children every day most of the time. Unlike me who has to deal with a boss who gives me a hard time on the daytime with clients who are hesitant to decide this and that.

Then, what’s in between 9-to-5 job and traveling?

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