Pearse

Pearse

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    I love travelling and i want to make my career in it. I also love photography and i just want to travel travel and travel.

    Hey Vishal, As you can imagine there are lots of answers to this question. The first thing that's always advised is to just start doing it - start taking photographs, start filming and, most importantly, start showing your work publicly and looking for constructive feedback. We've got a few video guides and interviews with professional filmmakers and photographers which you might find useful as well. The guides are here, you can see the interviews linked at the bottom of these pages: Guides: https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/travel-visual-storyteller https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/travel-filmmaking-fundamentals https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/introduction-to-travel-photography Finally, if you're interested, we're currently running our Travel Film Scholarship to India which is a once in a lifetime learning opportunity should you win the mentorship, you can see all the information on the scholarship here: https://www.worldnomads.com/create/scholarships/film/2017/ I hope that helps! Pearse about 2 years ago

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    Where in Asia should I go?

    Hey Tammy, Since the Philippines aren't connected by land, you'll be flying somewhere. If you want to do a few countries I'd recommend Cambodia, and Laos, both are similar to Thailand but haven't had the history of tourism Thailand has, so the locals tend to be less jaded towards tourists. Other than that the climate is similar and if you enjoyed Thailand I'd say it's a safe bet you'll love these countries. You can also cross over from Laos into Vietnam so you get 3 countries to explore by this route. These would also fit into a cheaper itinerary. The other option is fly to Hong Kong and then explore mainland China from there, keeping in mind Shanghai is quite a way from there overland. You could potentially go to South Korea as well depending on how long you've got and your budget for the transport to get there. I hope that helps! Pearse about 2 years ago

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    Is it cheaper to purchase the plan all up front, or extending?

    Hi Tierra, As the costs differ depending on your country of residence, it's best to ask these kind of questions to our service teams directly. You can find their contact details on this page of our site: https://www.worldnomads.com/contact-us Thanks, Pearse about 2 years ago

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    We will spend our summer holiday in Romania, when I went to the embassy they asked me to get an invitation letter. Anyone can help?

    Hi Nivine, I haven't done it myself but usually when you need an invitation letter for a visa hotels can provide it, or at least some good advice. Try contacting one of the places you're planning to stay with in Romania and asking them, it might be that they can issue this for you. Cheers, Pearse over 2 years ago

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    No confirmation letter

    Hi Tseng, Confirmation for what if I can ask? over 2 years ago

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    Do you have any safe suggestions for visit Guatemala?

    Hey Rodrigo, I went last September and loved it. As long as you are careful and keep your wits about you there's nothing to worry about! I travelled all over Guatemala and had no problems. The common advice is to avoid overland travel at night as there are sometimes robberies of tourist buses. Hope that helps, Pearse over 2 years 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 over 2 years ago

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    Are the 2017 writer scholarship winners announced anywhere?

    Hi guys, You can see this winners here: https://www.worldnomads.com/learn/travel-writing/scholarship/2017/winner over 2 years ago