Pearse

Pearse

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About me:

Marketing Coordinator at World Nomads, lucky enough to travel most of Western Europe under the pretense of visiting family and friends. Enjoy fishing, beaches and other lazily passive activities.

Joined:

December 2015

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    I will commuting around Sydney, is the Opal Card available in the airport?

    Hi Wanderluster, From looking at the opal retailer site both the Domestic & International airports in Sydney have an opal card retailer. If you want to have a look yourself search 'Mascot' (airport suburb) on this site then look at the ones around the terminals; http://www.retailers.opal.com.au. Otherwise I'm sure you can ask someone when you get there. Hope that helps! Pearse - World Nomads over 1 year ago

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    Best/cheapest place to go snowboarding near Queenstown in July (Beginners)

    Hey Milly, There are two main ranges, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. When we went we used a Queestown superpass (http://www.skiexpress.com.au/shop/queenstown-superpass-adult/) which was the cheapest option, also good because days are flexible and non-consecutive (I'd double check this/prices as it's been 2 years). The whole town will be in snow-mode and there's a gear shop or two there where you can rent per day, can't remember prices but wasn't crazy $$. I'm fairly sure all accommodation providers will be able to offer a free shuttle to either range, the Remarkables are a bit further away but their green run is much longer (I was a beginner and preferred them > Coronet). Snow was off and on, it's a bit rainy at that time so that's your main concern, I think out of the 5 days we were there 1 of them we called off due to weather. Hope that helps! Pearse 24 days ago

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    how much money per day should I budget for Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos?

    Hi Jessica, Of course it depends on what you're doing and what kind of accommodation you're staying in, but in general I would plan for US $50 per day for all expenses (activities, transport, accom etc.). Some days you'll be hard pressed to spend more than $30, especially in Laos as it's quite a bit cheaper than the other two. Hope that helps! Pearse 6 months ago