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Month: February 2012

Google Map of Great Barrier Reef – Coming Soon

Google Map of Great Barrier Reef – Coming Soon

        Google map of Great Barrier Reef – see preview . . . http://www.catlinseaviewsurvey.com/seaview.htm Starting in September, the University of Queensland Global Change Institute and Underwater Earth, along with Google will start charting the Great Barrier Reef for Google Maps. In addition to the general Google Maps audience, the charts will be used to study the Reef and Coral Sea and investigate the effects of climate change on sea life. A preview site is currently available, but by…

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Australia Day Sydney Festival Ferrython

Australia Day Sydney Festival Ferrython

Courtesy of Tracey Croke at Oz Factor Vogue cover girl Samantha Harris modelled something very different from her usual catwalk couture for the Sydney Festival on Australia Day.           The David Jones model joined forces with pinup mate Jake Gordon and put on a GenerationOne T-Shirt to support the campaign and officially kick-off the 37th Ferrython race from Circular Quay. “I hope in the future that one day there will be no stereotyped Indigenous Australians and that…

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Disneyland Paris Rip-Off

Disneyland Paris Rip-Off

Disneyland Paris charges British 60% more than French families Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2100435/Disneyland-Paris-tickets-cost-60-Britons-French-families.html Cliff Chapman traveljunkies

Greece – A few things to do, see and eat…

Greece – A few things to do, see and eat…

          Holly.J has posted an amazing article about Greece, It is so nice that we’ve already read it 3 times! In her article she shares some personal experiences, food recommendation and most important of all spectacular beach photos. See Holly’s article here Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com

10 Ways Travel Can Boost Your Resume

10 Ways Travel Can Boost Your Resume

by Jessica Festa (RSS feed) on Jan 31st 2012 at 3:00PM While many people view travel as a fun hobby or interest, it can actually help gain experience and improve skills that are of interest to employers. While you shouldn’t put travel under work experience unless you had an internship or job abroad, you can create a separate section to discuss your international skills, include anecdotes in your cover letter, or give examples during the interview to give yourself a…

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