Let's Start Planning Your Next Adventure Abroad
Planning to move your life abroad can be overwhelming when you feel like there is so much to do, but not enough time. Thankfully, planning a trip abroad is actually a lot easier than you may think. There really are only a few main things you need to organise before you can start living overseas.
Below are some posts that you may find helpful regarding organising your trip, choosing the perfect destination, organising visas and more.
How To Choose The Perfect Location
With so many amazing countries out there, it's sometimes difficult to know where the best place to move to is.
By following these 7 factors, you'll find out which countries are best suited to you and what you hope to achieve overseas.
There is a lot you need to think about to move to your dream location so make sure you read this article.
One of the best decisions I ever made was taking a GAP year to France. In fact, it's the reason that I fell in love with living abroad in different countries.
With so much information out there it can be overwhelming to think that organising a GAP year is possible.
This post will help you organise your own GAP year in no time.
Organising Visa's: What You Need To Know
The easiest way to move abroad is by obtaining a working holiday visa. These visa's essentially allow you to live in a country for a year while being able to work legally and travel as you like.
There are certain conditions allowing people to obtain these visa's and which may be appropriate for you or not.
If you're interested in moving abroad in the next few months, then you should check out this post.
Finding cheap flights online is one of the things that brings me great joy. In fact, I spend way too much time looking for deals.
By following this tutorial you'll learn exactly how to take advantage of Skyscanner and finding amazing flight deals.
The latest deal I found using this method was from Guatemala City to Sydney, Australia for only US$130.
The truth is that 99% of the time, everything is going to be fine.
However, the 1% of time that things don't go according to plan and you loose your luggage, get injured, need to go to hospital etc. you want to be covered.
Find out the best travel insurance options out there and make sure that you never get put in a sticky situation while living abroad.
Banking and Credit Cards
I've opened a few bank accounts while living abroad and the truth is that for a lot of people it may not be worth it.
Depending on how long you plan to stay in a country and whether you'll be working or not, opening a bank account may be beneficial or not.
Read this post to find out if opening a bank account abroad is right for you.
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