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    Though it is an extremely an old industry, travel trends are changing at quite a fast pace, mainly when it comes to adopting new forms of technology.

    Pls mention travel and tourism trends, 2018 which would be unique and the latest as well.

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    Currently doing but w/o hitchhiking. Loving it but it comes to an end today.
    Tomorrow I'm travelling from Kaikoura to Auckland. Not looking forward to that bus/ferry combo.

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    Anyone been to South America or Mexico


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    Yeah went to Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Was ages ago but all awesome.

    Except Lima, which was a **** hole. The Chennai of Peru.

    Least safe place I went to by far was Rio. Beautiful city but dodgy af. Just walking around there of a night was, on the scale of things, about 1/100th as pressurized as being Tendulkar in India in the 90s. So, basically life-threatening but immensely rewarding at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Yeah went to Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Was ages ago but all awesome.

    Except Lima, which was a **** hole. The Chennai of Peru.

    Least safe place I went to by far was Rio. Beautiful city but dodgy af. Just walking around there of a night was, on the scale of things, about 1/100th as pressurized as being Tendulkar in India in the 90s. So, basically life-threatening but immensely rewarding at the same time.
    I'm weighing up my grad trip options right now.

    It's either Japan, New Zealand, Mexico or Bolivia+Peru, at this point.

    Leaning on a chill caravan road trip in NZ but I want to explore my options. It's unlikely I'll ever get this sort of long break again to go somewhere far and backpack and stay in hostels etc so South America is looking quite appealing. The gf wants to do SA too. Japan is somewhere I really want to go to but I feel that it's relatively near and somewhere I can go in the future when I'm older or something.

    Good problem to have I guess haha

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    NZ is stunning. I havenít been to japan, it I understand itís very expensive.

    Bolivia is crazily under rated as a destination. La paz is a fun town. Tiawinaku ruins are fascinating and Lake Titicaca is beautiful. I transited across to Peru through there then did a train trip up to Cusco from Puerto Perez. It was a **** journey as we had a run in with some Krauts about seating then the conductor came along and we had to sit directly across from them with our ones touching theirs for 13 hours. Beautiful country though.
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    I went to Peru in 2012 and found it far too touristy and not very enjoyable. Some stunning locations yes, but they're packed full of people and the place is trying to be something its not.

    My suggestion would be to look at lesser known places off the beaten-track a bit more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post

    Leaning on a chill caravan road trip in NZ
    We're full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
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    How does it feel knowing I'm coming over and will be taking multiple shits across the country, knowing you can't do a thing about it?

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    Should pop in here on the way back. Come by boat. That way youíll get to see Nauru.
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    I'm going to be in Sydney for a few days from 24th March. Have any of our Australian members got any recommendations other than the most obvious things I could readily find on the likes of tripadvisor?

    Also, has anyone been to the Bradman Museum in Bowral? Is it possible to get to Bowral from Sydney by public transport? Many thanks.
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