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  • Mendoza, Argentina
  • Mendoza, Argentina
  • With its tree-lined avenues, abundance of squares and parks, and surrounding vineyards, Mendoza is the perfect place to settle for a few days for any travellers backpacking their way through south America. Life is here is lazy in comparison to other Argentinean cities, and you can see this is fast becoming a 'must visit' on all Argentinean itineraries.
  • Hervey Bay, Australia
  • Hervey Bay, Australia
  • Consisting of five suburbs, this town four hours drive north of Brisbane is one of Queensland's largest. Its two major draw cards are Fraser Island (the majority of ferries heading for Fraser depart from here) and whale watching. Over 3000 humpback whales enter the waters around Hervey Bay each year. If you are doing neither, it is still a nice town to relax for a couple of days.

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