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Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary - White Petal Travels
Canada Travel

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary

  Our Canadian bucket list is a mile long but thanks to Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary and their guides we were able to cross wolf sighting off our list! Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is the only wolfdog sanctuary in Canada. It is home to 17 permanent wolfdogs,…

March 23, 2017
How to choose the right travel money card
Travel

How To Choose The Right Travel Money Card

  There are currently 180 different currencies around the world so how on earth are you meant to travel with all those different currencies? The answer to that is travel money cards. What is a travel money card you ask? A travel money card is…

February 8, 2017
Coffs Harbour Butterfly House
Australia Travel

Coffs Harbour Butterfly House

  The Coffs Harbour Butterfly House instantly puts a smile on your face as you get up close with nature. Stroll through the subtropical rainforest setting and watch the hundreds of butterflies show off their magnificent colours and patterns. It’s a wonderful day out…

November 1, 2016
How Much My Unpaid Internship Abroad Really Cost Me - White Petal Travels
Journal Travel

How Much My Unpaid Internship Abroad Really Cost Me

Not all internships are paid work, in fact, many like my own are unpaid. When I first started researching into accepting the opportunity to intern with a destination wedding planner I struggled finding information about how much it would actually cost me and if…

October 19, 2016
How To Survive A Long Haul Flight In Economy
Journal Travel

How To Survive A Long-Haul Flight In Economy

Being an Aussie if you want to travel anywhere basically all our flights are long-haul flights. After feeling like I was going to die (not really but almost) last year on the way to England I was determined to make myself comfortable on my 36…

August 24, 2016
Mallorca Travel

Sundowners at Sa Foradada

Now I don’t have a lot to say in this post but I think the pictures speak for themselves! Sa Foradada is about a 30-40 minute drive from Palma. A group of us girls went for sundowners aka drinks at sunset on Sunday night…

August 16, 2016
Journal Travel

How To Make Friends Abroad

If you’re a shy person like me then the thought of making new friends can be really daunting. My boyfriend can meet a complete stranger and within an hour their speaking like their lifelong friends and organising overseas holidays together. How does he do…

August 8, 2016
Mallorca Travel

Kayaking Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is only 18km from Palma. It is a tourist and party area, especially for the Irish but don’t let that put you off. Once you’re out on the water it’s a whole different place.     HOW TO GET THERE To get…

August 2, 2016
Journal Travel

Coping with Homesickness

“Some days you just need to create your own sunshine”   Living abroad is great but some days you may feel a bit down.  Homesickness is completely natural, you’re in a different environment, no one knows you, they may speak a different language, have…

July 21, 2016
Mallorca Travel

Cala Bóquer

The hike to Cala Bóquer offers unbelievable views and without a doubt my favourite so far. It’s about a 40-minute hike from Puerto Pollensa, besides from hiking the only way to get there is by boat. It is quite well signed posted and I believe…

July 19, 2016