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East to West Coast By Rail: Austin – New Orleans – New York

26 days – 14 cities – 10,247km. What a journey it’s been! And so our grad visa blogger, Thomas Burke, has finished in Santa Monica and heads onward to Austin and New Orleans. If you missed the last leg of his journey you can read it here. Leaving The Beach Behind For Austin, Texas After beautiful … Continue reading East to West Coast By Rail: Austin – New Orleans – New York

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Discovering Bali: Just Kassi’s Week Long Visit To Paradise

Posted 9 days ago in Asia

Now that’s Paddy’s Day has been safely negotiated it’s time to really start thinking about what you want out of your next holiday. You’ve battled through a good four months or more of the dark nights, howling wind and lashing rain that is an Irish winter so let’s rule out something cold shall we? Bored … Continue reading Discovering Bali: Just Kassi’s Week Long Visit To Paradise

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Oz Visa Spotlight: Judy’s Guide To Perfect Perth

Making the decision to leave Ireland behind for a while and relocate abroad is seldom one made on a whim. The impact on your career, family, relationships, finances and much more need to be weighed up but often it’s the change in lifestyle and raging jealousy of others that’ll persuade you to do it. We caught … Continue reading Oz Visa Spotlight: Judy’s Guide To Perfect Perth

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USA East To West Coast: Chasing The Great Lakes From NY To Chicago [Part Two]

The goodbye’s have been made, the train tickets booked, the last leg of Tom’s unforgettable year on his US Grad Visa is coming to an end…but not until his epic 4,000km US adventure! If you missed Part One, read it here. New York to Chicago – Lake Shore Route: Departure at 3.40pm on 16th Feb. … Continue reading USA East To West Coast: Chasing The Great Lakes From NY To Chicago [Part Two]

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Iceland Insights: James’ Top Tips From His Visit North (Of The Wall)

Iceland, The Land of Fire & Ice, a wildly unique country with endless summers and unforgiving winters. I recently visited beautiful Iceland for a few days to explore the mysterious island and squeeze as much exploring into three full days as possible, here is my top tips if you are planning a visit to the … Continue reading Iceland Insights: James’ Top Tips From His Visit North (Of The Wall)

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Karl’s 18 Months in Canada: Arriving, Adjusting And Adoring A New Home

You’ve more than likely found your way here as you desperately scour the web looking the inspiration to make those travel dreams a reality in 2017. If this is the case, don’t go anywhere. If this isn’t the case, we offer you similar advice. We caught up with prolific Irish travel blogger, Karl Lee on … Continue reading Karl’s 18 Months in Canada: Arriving, Adjusting And Adoring A New Home

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Myanmar At A Glance: Top Tips For Visiting Southeast Asia’s Secret Haven

Posted 2 months ago in Asia

It’s been seven years or so since Myanmar dropped it’s sanctions and started openly welcoming travellers to it’s stunning scenery, temples and way of life. In that time, the nation formerly (and properly more commonly) known as Burma, has blossomed as a tourist destination. A welcome escape from 21st century stresses and a country dripping in … Continue reading Myanmar At A Glance: Top Tips For Visiting Southeast Asia’s Secret Haven

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J1 Spotlight: Scholarship Winner Louise On Her Dream J1 In Chicago

When we start thinking of our favourite US cities, Chicago is almost always well up the rankings and for good reason! A sports mad city, complete with a beach and brimming with good vibes including Lollapalooza, it’s no wonder our Gordon Colleary J1 Scholarship winner in 2016, Louise Kelly decided it was the destination for … Continue reading J1 Spotlight: Scholarship Winner Louise On Her Dream J1 In Chicago

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Unlocking The Secrets of Myanmar: Exploring Southeast Asia’s Least Travelled Nation

Posted 2 months ago in Asia

No matter where in the world makes your Bucket List, there’s always something more exciting about stepping upon less common ground. For every Italy, there is a Bulgaria. For every Brazil, there is an Ecuador. For every Thailand, there is a Myanmar. A beautiful nation, emerging from a troubled past, the nation formerly (and more … Continue reading Unlocking The Secrets of Myanmar: Exploring Southeast Asia’s Least Travelled Nation

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Dream Team: USIT Proudly Partner With Finn Harps FC For Soccer Camp USA Coach Search

Back of the net! We’re delighted to announce a star addition to our Soccer Camp USA dream team in 2017 – Finn Harps F.C. We’ve seen unprecedented interest in the perfect work and travel programme for football mad individuals aged 18-30, particularly in the North of the country and we couldn’t be happier to become … Continue reading Dream Team: USIT Proudly Partner With Finn Harps FC For Soccer Camp USA Coach Search

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