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22 Yr old Female-needs travelling buddy!!

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1. Posted by amandah2013 (Budding Member, 21 posts) 31 Mar '13 06:12

I am going to Canada on a working holiday and doing it all myself. I am going BY MYSELF, so anybody keen on being a travelling buddy with me?

Oct-April or thereabouts.

I am coming from Australia but I am NZ

2. Posted by Haylee0132 (Budding Member, 38 posts) 3 Apr '13 11:01

Hey. What kind of work are you doing over there?

3. Posted by amandah2013 (Budding Member, 21 posts) 3 Apr '13 14:03

Anything really, my main skills are coffee.
Im going in october.
Are u planning on going?

4. Posted by Haylee0132 (Budding Member, 38 posts) 3 Apr '13 16:27

im plannin on going travelling/working holiday. havent set my heart on anywhere yet. just looking for options really.

5. Posted by amandah2013 (Budding Member, 21 posts) 4 Apr '13 04:08

I was the same, October is my month so I am definitely travelling then!!
What are your options at the moment?
Any places you really want to go?
how long for?

6. Posted by Haylee0132 (Budding Member, 38 posts) 4 Apr '13 04:25

I'm torn between going straight to AUS. Or going USA first then onto AUS. Always wanted to do Canada as I'm a big skier & horse rider. Just can't decide. :)

7. Posted by mj3014 (Budding Member, 2 posts) 4 Apr '13 06:09

Hey,
If anyone is travelling to the USA Sept-Nov Ive been before but cant wait to go back!

8. Posted by amandah2013 (Budding Member, 21 posts) 4 Apr '13 06:14

hey, I so want to do the u.s I was literally looking into doing a RTW trip and going to uk then Canada then u.s last stop Hawaii for a 21st birthday.

but will be a tad expensive.

I am weighing up Canada or U.S?

9. Posted by noincue (Budding Member, 24 posts) 7 Apr '13 20:43

I just did a similar trip, working and traveling in Canada for 6 months and doing some general travel beforehand in Mexico and the states.

the US is significantly cheaper than Canada I am going to warn you!!! Even if you are working, take it in to consideration. I was living off about $250 a week in the US and it doubled before I even started work in Canada.