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Which countries need your tourism the most post-corona

Unfortunately 2020 hasn’t been the greatest year for most of us, but unlike myself and most people in the UK who are getting furlough payment from the government whilst not working and will come out of this just fine, some countries won’t have that same support.

As borders start to slowly open again and talk of travel for the second half of 2020 is on everyone’s lips, I thought I would do some research into which countries really need tourism more than most and how you could spend your money wisely to make sure you’re helping the locals as best you can.

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Top 10 South American Experiences

In 2018 I travelled South and Central America for almost six months and I often tell people that it was the best trip of my life! Whilst Europe has always been fun, colourful, beautiful and exciting, South America just offered something so different and unique. The culture is still strong and unbroken, the natural wonders are abundant and the backpacking lifestyle was a lot more chilled and at a much slower pace.

There are countless incredible sights to see, mostly natural and awe-inspiring but I thought I would share my favourite experiences!

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Traveling to Turkey during COVID-19

If you follow me on Instagram you would have seen that I recently took a trip to Turkey, something I did not think would even be possible just a few weeks prior. The UK government allowed travel corridors between some (mostly-European) countries meaning that they had bilateral agreements between them that travellers wouldn’t need to quarantine on either side. You can view the list of countries here.

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A Beginners Guide to Hiking Torres del Paine (W Trek)

With it’s jagged, unique mountain passes, giant glaciers, lakes of various blue hues and forever changing weather, TdP is no walk in the park (I mean technically it is a walk in a park… but you get my point). And whilst the trek was definitely challenging for this first time hiker, booking accommodation and trying to organise my time there was a feat in itself.

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The 10 Best Christmas Holiday Destinations

Another Christmas has come and gone and I’m stuck here wondering where the last year went.

Christmas for me is seen as ‘untraditional’ in most parts of the world, as Aussies spend their special day outside in the sweltering heat, playing cricket and having barbecues. Personally, I think it’s a pretty awesome way to spend the silly season but there are many unique ways to celebrate across the world.

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Getting public transport to the Great Wall of China

I think it would be safe to say that 99.9% of tourists visiting China’s capital city of Beijing will be there to visit the Great Wall of China. In fact, I’m yet to meet a traveler who says the wall isn’t on their bucketlist.

From Beijing, there are many options for getting to the great wall to fit within anyone’s budget and a popular way for those on a tight budget, will be to get there by public transport.

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