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Emily Meets World

United Kingdom


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An Africa-loving nomad, I've been travelling and blogging the world since Feb 2012. Love to give travel advice and basically chat about all things travel related!

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ARome: What's Rome like?

I totally have to contradict the last answer having just returned from Rome this week! Only tourists that don't do their research wait in a line! You can pre-book vatican tickets online to skip the queue for just €4 extra and the colosseum tickets can be bought just... See More

AAustralia: Is it advantageous to study in Australia?

I have worked in Australia for 2 years and the wages are excellent but the cost of living is also *very* high. I think if you plan to spend most your time studying on a course and doing a little bit of work you would soon find your costs spiralling out of control. But,... See More

AAmazing places in the world you CAN'T visit?

What about places you just aren't allowed to go like the Queen (of England's) bedroom or inside the secret vaults of Vatican City​ or of course there are just death missions like hiking through rebel-controlled jungle in South America or commandeering... See More

AA Question Of The Palate

ITALIAN!!!! Although Mexican is a close second ;) See More

ASydney: What would you do with 3 days each in Sydney, Great Barrier Reef & Fiji?

visit the Blue Mountains​ for sure! Take a train to Katoomba​ and do a short walk - as short as you like - for fantastic views. There is a little chocolate cafe called Cafe Madeleine in Leura​ which is to die for.... See More

AAfrica: Backpacking Africa - avoiding the lions?

Africa is absolutely stacked with history, culture and scenery. South Africa alone is filled with it from Robben Island Museum​ and the Apartheid Museum​ to the beautiful Garden Route with beaches, forests and pretty cities, the dramatic... See More

ASouth America: Best place to visit for first South America trip?

I went to Peru​ and Bolivia​ for my first trip there - they are relatively cheap (Bolivia very cheap), easy to get around and tons of awesome things to see. Although in 2 weeks I'd probably pick just one - I spent 6 weeks there! ... See More

AAustralia: What is the best city to live between Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra?

For me, it would be Sydney​! It has *much* nicer weather than Melbourne​ which can be very unpredictable and cold for a large part of the year - by Aussie standards anyway. Sydney has a beautiful harbour, great beaches and a buzzing... See More

ASouth America: Budget travelling to South America

Hi Eric - firstly I would say don't fly if you are looking to do it cheap (unless of course you mean fly in/out of South America). There are lots of overnight buses that get you across long distances whilst you sleep - meaning you save on accommodation too! Cruz del... See More

ASouth America: 3 week Itinerary for Brazil, Bolivia and Peru

I can't advise on Brazil but Peru​ and Bolivia​ are fab countries - you can certainly cover some ground in 10 days although I would say that I spent 6 weeks in these countries and still felt rushed and not able to see it all.... See More

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