Poor holiday planning and budget blunders are leaving the average Australian traveller out of pocket — and costing the economy $4.6 billion — with many Australians travelling overseas turning to emergency credit cards or savings to get by, according to newly published research.
Ok, ok, so Sydney isn't really being snubbed, it's just that travellers to Melbourne find Airbnb a very popular option compared with travellers to Sydney, according to the latest research.
Travelling around remote and isolated areas of Australia for sightseeing or for work often means no mobile phone network signal and the average Joe doesn’t have access to a satellite phone, let alone something which can actually transform the mobile into a satellite phone.
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Deluded, arrogant and self indugent. Really bad at reading the room too.