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I have been in Australia as a tourist, traveled east to west with the Indian-Pasific, overland (with a tour) to Alice Springs (seeing the famous sights on the way,) flew north to Darwin and took the train south. (With a couple of tours to see things where I was.) I love trains and sitting in a train for a few days, but even for me the Indian Pasific as sit ...
This almost comes under 'opinion based', but we can treat it as a compare-and-contrast option. Hi from Sydney, btw. Australia is huge. Literally similar in size to the US. That doesn't mean you can't drive across it, but you have to take things into account that don't occur to people compared with the US: gas stations are few and far between in some ...
please be informed that you cannot have layover in two schengen countries
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