New Laws For Travelling With Children Explained – FAQ Fridays

Posted by: Liam Kelly
Video Transcription Welcome to another edition of Travelstart’s FAQ Friday with me, Nick Paul. This week we are talking about the new immigration laws that affect travelling with children. So what are they? Coming 1 October 2014 under the new law all minors (children under the age of 18) will…
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10 Steps To Becoming An English Teacher In Thailand

Posted by: Liam Kelly
The decision to become an English teacher in Thailand has the potential to unlock a world of adventure and personal growth. For your convenience we have summed up how to go about acquiring the correct TESOL certificate and getting an English teaching job there in 10 easy steps. If you…
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10 Of The Best Durban Coffee Shops

Posted by: Phillipa Rowney
A staggering amount of great quality coffee shops have opened around Durban over the past 3 years, and each has its very own artisan feel. From Glenwood to Umhlanga, and even to the tranquillity of Kloof, here are 10 of the top Durban coffee shops. Factory Café, Umbilo Factory Cafés…
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Teach English in Thailand Q&A – FAQ Fridays

Posted by: Liam Kelly
Video Transcription Hello and welcome to another edition of Travelstart’s FAQ Friday. This week we are going to be talking about teaching English in Thailand. For the first time we are bringing in someone from the outside. This week it is none other than Liam Kelly who usually films these…
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20 Reasons Why Virgin Atlantic Is The Most Unflappable Airliner In The Sky

Posted by: Russell Jarvis
Lauded in aviation circles as the “small airline with a big personality”, led by their flamboyant CEO Sir Richard Branson, it’s fair to say Virgin Atlantic has always done things alternatively. Smiling all the way to 36 000 feet, where other major transcontinental carriers have adopted a more austere way…
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20 Pictures That Will Make You Want To Teach English In Thailand

Posted by: Liam Kelly
It is becoming increasingly difficult for 'Green Mamba' passport holders to find work abroad. Teaching English in Thailand is one of the best bets for South Africans to travel and work oversees. We have therefore collected 20 photos which will make you want to teach English in Thailand. 20. Thai…
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How To Change A Name And Date On A Flight Booking – FAQ Fridays

Posted by: Liam Kelly
Video Transcription Welcome to another edition of Travelstart’s FAQ Friday with me, Nick Paul. Today we are going to talk about a really common question that we get asked here at Travelstart: How to change a name and date on a flight booking. This is such a common thing that…
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Here’s Why SAA Sprays The Cabin On Some International Flights

Posted by: Russell Jarvis
Some say their lowest moments in travel history has been covering their face with a pillow as the planes cabin interior gets hosed down with disinfectant spray on the runway in Senegal during a 2am stopover. In an effort to get ‘under the hood’ of this inconvenience of modern day…
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10 Of The Best Cape Town Coffee Shops

Posted by: Russell Jarvis
Café culture is alive and well in the Mother City. Homey armchair hideaways with comfortable couches and the omnipresent free Wi-Fi are cropping up all over the shop … a crucial cuppa accompaniment when you consider many of these outlets are the networking domain of a diverse crowd from idle…
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5 Things You Need In Order To Visit Turkey – FAQ Fridays

Posted by: Liam Kelly
Video Transcription: Welcome to another edition of Travelstart’s FAQ Friday with me, Nick Paul. You may have noticed this week that we are going a little bit crazy about Turkey on social media. We thought we would look at 5 things you need in order to visit Turkey. 1. South…
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