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Summer in Australia

November 06, 2012 0 Comments Australia Tourist Blogs by Roddy Carbonell

Even though summer has passed and it is now the beginning of the Australian autumn, plenty of hot days show themselves during March. Australia in March is a mix of cooler evenings and hot mid-day sunshine, or in other words – perfect. You can still do just about anything in Australia during this month, even camping in the south since it’s not yet winter. There are plenty of fantastic options on the Australia tours page.

Cheap airfares to Australia start to spring up again as the high travel season is now in the past. Overall, the tourist levels drop, and many of the backpackers clear out of Sydney and Melbourne to head to warmer, more northern grounds. If you decide to do the same, be sure to read about all the transportation options, even bus travel and train travel in Australia if you have time to spare.

Just another day in Panama City

March 31, 2011 0 Comments Panama Tourist Blogs by Roddy Carbonell

Yes, it is March 31, 2011 here, and IDAAN, for those of you who don't live in Panama city, that's the government agency in charge of the water supply, is fixing a few pipes here and there, and as a result, there are some areas of Panama with no water. Yes, that's right. A human being is lucky if he can live up to ten days without drinking water, but apparently IDAAN thinks it is fun to deprive citizens of this liquid. A few months ago, the country was without a decent supply of water for almost forty days, meaning we only had water for two to three hours each day, and that should have been enough for people to revolt against IDAAN, but no one gave a damn about it. And now they are back for more of the same BS.

Updates are finally here

March 13, 2011 0 Comments Latest Updates by Roddy Carbonell

The Tourist Network has finally been updated. Our rating system has been improved, users can now add feedbacks, and traveler blogs. We hope you continue helping us develop this page.