Updated Top 5 Awesome Travel Jobs to Help You Travel Forever

5 Selling Your Travel Photos Online

Ever thought about how awesome your travel photos are? Why not sell some of them online to help fund your travels? There are many companies

like Dreamstime which accept amateur photographs (minimum of 3 megapixels) and sell them to companies that design magazines and websites

and then share the profits with you. The better they are and the sooner you submit them, the more cash you will make! Easy and fun!

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The Top 10 Wildest Electro-House Music Festivals


Looking for an insanely wild party? Looking for a few? Want some stories you’ll brag about to your friends for years to come? Don’t miss out on the Top 10 Wildest Electro-House Music Festivals on Earth.

 

10. Monegros, Spain (July 2011)

Around 40,000 peopleĀ inundateĀ this place from all over the world to party hard to the international talent that come to perform here every year.

 


 

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Top 3 Cities in Australia for Nude Holidays aka Nacations

There’s nothing quiet like the freedom of being able to take it all off and enjoy walking around your apartment/house naked. Those of you however who would like to take it to the next step and walk around naked with other people, here are some options that might help you release your kinky inner German:

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1) Melbourne, Australia
Easily the most liberal, progressive city in Australia (except for Canberra maybe), Melbourne is a vibrant blend of cultures from all over the world living together and sharing their food, languages, traditions and energies.
In what might be considered a young version of Berlin, Melbourne is a place where unique and different people are accepted and welcomed for their individuality.
Within that, comes a place for nacations and fully legal nudist beaches, such as the one in Sunnyside North.
Free Beaches Australia provides the following directions:
From the city take the Nepean Highway (Route 3) south some 40 km to Frankston. Continue a further 7 to 8 km then look for the sign to Sunnyside Beach. Turn right here and drive down this road for about 800 metres to the car park. Actually you may have to park well short of the car park on busy days, and do be careful of driveways and No Parking signs. Walk on to Sunnyside Beach then proceed north around the rocky point to North Sunnyside.
2) Sydney, Australia