The jewel of South Australia sparkles with lush vineyards and gleaming sunshine. The Mediterranean coastal atmosphere makes it an infamous wine growing region and it is recognised as one of the nine global wine growing cities. Adelaide offers a relaxed pace of life against a sundrenched backdrop.
When you receive an offer of place from an Australian language school it’s time to take care about your student visa. Here you can find our step-by-step visa guide.
What if my flight is delayed? What if I suddenly get sick? What if my documents get lost or stolen?
Are these fears well-founded? Here are some common questions and our best answers for them.
It's a fact! When you come to another country you’ll missing the dullest and most mundane things of your day. And if there is a place where the differences simply pop into our eyes is in the houses here. So, with the intention of making a relaxed and at same time informative post, I write down 5 things (which are different from Brazil) that we usually find in the houses here.
Queenstown is New Zealand’s adventure capital. Popular activities in the region include: mountain biking, bungy jumping, snowboarding, skiing, paragliding, jet boating and many others. The town is home to fantastic cafes, bars and restaurants sitting on the shore of a beautiful mountain lake and surrounded by mountainous peaks.
Palmerston North is a small vibrant city in the lower North Island. If you are looking for city life but still want to be close to the country then Palmerston North is a great choice. The city is known for its strong education facilities: there is a major University campus there and many other schools.
Hey, Hey! My name is Maggie, and since today you will find many personal stories about the everyday life of one Brazilian girl who recently came to the Kiwi Land. So let's get started!
Rotorua is New Zealand’s tourist capital. Popular attractions in Rotorua include geothermal waters, bubbling hot mud pools, Maori culture, and some of the best mountain biking in the country. The nearby lakes also provide plenty of opportunities for water sports including fishing and water skiing.
New Zealanders do speak English. However, they speak their very own English, commonly referred to as Kiwi English. Therefore, if you are travelling to New Zealand for the first time, there will be words and expressions you have never heard before.
Learning Kiwi is not that easy, so let us start with some popular words and phrases!
Christchurch is the largest city in New Zealand’s south island. The city is located in close proximity to some of the most beautiful parts of New Zealand including some of the best ski fields that the country has to offer. If you like the outdoors Christchurch is a great place to be.
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city. It is an international city and is home to a diverse range of different cultures. The city's residents enjoy that Auckland is close to many beaches as well as beautiful native bush while at the same time it has great shopping and night life.
Dunedin is New Zealand's heritage city. In earlier years this city was the country’s largest and as such it houses many of New Zealand's most historic buildings. The city is the centre of the Otago region which is renowned for its beautiful scenery and wildlife as well as its world class vineyards.
Step-by-step visa guide.
Nelson lies almost exactly in the middle of New Zealand. The city is known for abundant sunshine which is why the surrounding regions produce some of the best foods and wines New Zealand has to offer. Nelson is also near beautiful national parks which contain some of the country’s best tramping tracks.
My name is Oleg, I am a self-taught programmer from Moscow currently studying English in Auckland. Four years ago I decided to give up a city council position for programming. Despite difficulties of independent learning I faced a real problem – the most recent and reliable sources on programming were in English.