Exclusive Offers From Our Partners

View Deals

roxoli

Forum Replies Created

  • Author
    Posts
  • #2675864 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Does anyone know how longboard and cruiser skateboard friendly is Europe? I’ve hears there are a lot of rocky old roads, and I wanna bring my cruiser skateboard along. It’s from Penny and it’s pretty special to me. I don’t want to ruin it but I don’t know if I can part with it either 😀

    #2675863 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Hi Joe. That’s a wide topic and a lot of ground to cover. M]You can explore my articles online for advice on Australia 🙂

    #2675566 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Believe it or not, for me, nothing beats Sudoku . It’s such a zen game. Simplicity at it’s best 🙂

    #2673965 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Also, if you are into luxury travel, you can always hire a company like Encore Cars to take you on tours around Sydney, and you can probably make a deal for them to take you wherever you want in Oz. 🙂 Just saying 😀

    #2673964 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    East Cast tends to look a lot like some cheaper European destinations, full of drunken Brits.
    I also tend to avoid these types of vacations. Sure, a drink here and there isn’t all that bad, but there has to be a measure, right?

    #2673963 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Hi guys I am looking for a traveling buddy. Me and my Friend Mia Taylor are going on a year long trip around Europe and South America. Anyone interested? Hit me up!

    #2673109 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    If you are visiting Australia, i say grab your camping gear, and go camping all around the central coast. Patonga, Little Beach, Putty Beach you name it it’s all wonderful!

    #2670540 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Hi Debs. Fiji is amazing. A true tropical paradise with a note of ruggedness 🙂 I absolutely love it. My little sister is going on her schoolies 2019 trip cause I pushed her to go. I think she will thank me loads.
    If you are into surfing, check out this Fiji surfing guide I wrote.
    Have a great time!

    #2667470 Reply

    roxoli
    Participant

    Hi Swain!
    I would say a mix of plane rides and buses is a good choice. Some places are too far away from each other and you’ll spend too much time if you are on the road for all of it. Qantas is the only airline who direct from Sydney and your best bet. Two full days should be enough to see the main sites. All I can suggest is to check the Qantas website with the exact dates to see the pricing for flights. Qantas also have some package deals on their site.
    Depends really on what else you want to see..
    Hope this helps a bit…

Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)

Whether you’re a newbie traveller looking for help or a backpacking veteran with words of wisdom to share, our community is waiting for you.

Join the Community
[contact-form-7 id="4" title="Contact form 1"]