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Boni here I come


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Old 09-28-2010, 10:07 AM
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Hello everybody,

i am a Dutch ( Netherlands ) girl and i have a dream.
I want to work and living in AustraliŽ...!
I want to be a lifeguard on Bondi Beach.
I'm looking for some information about it on the internet.
Also i've opend a blog online, so you can see how i do it.

Next year i go there on holliday to get also information.
I'm now 24 years young en have a hole life before me.

This is my online blog for the people how take a look

Greetz from Holland.... Chantal


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Old 09-29-2010, 01:54 AM
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Greetings Chantal!

Great dream :-) I wish you all the best !


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Old 09-29-2010, 04:14 AM
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Hi Chantal and you ought to allow some time early on to do three months of regional work or WWOOF Australia Official Website so as you can get yourself a second years WHV.

You also left the d out of Bondi btw and though Bondi gets a lot of publicity through the tele show and generally in the media for it being something of an Aussie Icon, there are also many other superb and better beaches about too, some where living may be a bit cheaper.
Bondi like many other city and popular tourist location beaches uses a combination of paid life savers via a company
and also those volunteering - Home
Joining up to a local SLSA club and getting your Bronze Medallion would be a good start and you could even do that while you did some regional work if you get an appropriate location.





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Old 10-01-2010, 11:51 AM
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Thank you for the information! Its a big journey and i have to learn a lot.
I have made contact with the Apola. They have give me some information and
they wants to help me. Fantastic news!

Good weekend everyone!


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