AmyA single mother of two children from Sichuan, China, who is engaged in the fashion design industry, has a private company of her own in China. She has lived in Sydney for four years now, and she often returned to China before the outbreak. The epidemic has basically never returned to her motherland for three years. In the past three years, the epidemic has stabilized and she has been traveling, so friends who like to travel can detain me.
JotsHi! My name is Jyoti but everyone calls me Jots (like “shots”). I’ve just moved back to Australia from living in Italy for 4 years. I spend my time between Sydney and Canberra. I’m looking for travel buddies who love hiking and beach trips like me!
HanHi! My name is Hannah. I am 20 years old and live on my own by the beach. I have two wonderful cats who are incredibly friendly and loving! I work as a dancer so I work three nights a week and have a lot of time to kill! I travel once a month so sometimes you’ll be here on your own
Can host for 2 daysHeya! People used to tell me your life ends at 21, those people are idiots. Still out here living, trying not to be a Peter Pan but also trying to see the world on nothing but pixie dust sometimes it seems hahah
Can host for 7 daysHi! My name is Hannah. I am 20 years old and live on my own by the beach. I have two wonderful cats who are incredibly friendly and loving! I work as a dancer so I work three nights a week and have a lot of time to kill! I travel once a month so sometimes you’ll be here on your own
Can host for 3 daysHi I’m Zeph, I’m 26 and own my own business. I’m a country girl with a passion for horses. Looking forward to travelling in August!
RonjaHey, I'm looking for new contacts and new friends. I like to be in nature. I am a mother of three children. In my free time I like to travel or dance with Hula Hoop or Poi, I am creative and I am very happy to ride my bike and practice yoga :) Occasionally I play on the ukulele or guitar (but as a left -hander). Until recently I worked in the forest kindergarten. I look forward to new acquaintances. :) You find me by Instagram under @ Its.meelua too :)
JuliaHi, im Julia. Im from Hanoi and currently working in Singapore. Looking forward to visit more countries. Hope to meet locals or find travel buddies with good vibes. Im also organized and adventurous :)
MarizaI am an outdoorsy INFJ who would like to make travel friends.
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Yes, Oceania is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other destination. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Oceania is a great destination for solo travelers. The region is generally safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. Additionally, many of the countries in Oceania have a strong focus on tourism, so you can expect to find plenty of helpful resources and support for solo travelers.
Oceania can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the destination and type of accommodation. Generally, solo travelers will find that hotels and resorts in Oceania are more expensive than in other parts of the world. However, there are budget-friendly options available, such as hostels, camping, and Airbnb.
Generally, the best time to visit Oceania is during the summer months of December to February, when temperatures are warm and the days are long. However, if you are looking to experience the winter months, then the best time to visit is from June to August.
Yes, Oceania is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is important to research the specific areas you plan to visit and take the necessary safety precautions.