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Make money with your own travel blog

If you love travelling, both locally and abroad, staying in a B&B, hotel, Airbnb rental and other types of holiday accommodation, then you could or should make money by starting up a travel blog, writes Angelique Ruzicka.
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The cost of immigrating to Australia

Angelique Ruzicka interviews Sam Hopwood, managing director of Sable International Australia to find out the cost and other requirements involved in moving to the land down under.
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Travel for less with Cape Comoot

Travel for less with Cape Comoot, with their new tours.
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Exploring Ireland on a budget

We take a look at how you can make the most of exploring Ireland on a budget.
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The benefits and pitfalls of time share

If you’re keen on going on holiday often you may want to consider investing in time share, because according to a recent survey, shared vacation ownership members are going on holiday more often. But buying the right time share can be an onerous task and you have to be certain that you are buying from legitimate players, finds Angelique Ruzicka.
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Tips for travelling to India

India offers a multitude of sights, sounds and aromas to entice the senses of the avid traveller. According to travel company Trafalgar, from the colourful bazaars to ancient stone forts, each city’s astonishing fusion of heritage and culture will leave a lasting impression.
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How to travel for free or for less

Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at how you can travel for free (or at least for a reduced cost) both locally and abroad.
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Avoid online travel scams this Easter

If you are desperate to make a last minute booking this Easter make sure you only deal with reputable, legitimate operators, as there are scammers out there looking to take advantage of you, finds Angelique Ruzicka.
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Five Ways to Save with Busabout

Travelling with Busabout is affordable and they also offer all their guests five extra ways to save when buying through them.
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What do South Africans need when travelling abroad ?

If you are intending on travelling abroad, Moneybags looks at the documents required for travelling in and out of South Africa, where to get them and cost.
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