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Spud Hilton Jun 14
A5. Long-haul vs. stopping halfway? It’s like ripping off a bandaid – get it over with. Would rather spend the time at the destination than in yet another airport.
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Jim Byers Jun 14
Would love my next super long-haul to be to Western Australia. Dying to see the Ningaloo Reef, Kilbari National Park, and the Bungle Bungle Range/Kimberley Region(see photo). Also, I hear great things about the Margaret River wine area. A1
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Jim Byers Jun 14
Been to Australia three times now; Sydney for the Olympics in 2000, then again 2010 and 2016. Been to Queensland, Barrier Reef, Outback, Melbourne, Lord Howe so far. Dying to see Tasmania, Western Australia, Northern Territory & South Australia. A4
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Qantas Airways USA Jun 14
A10: You just can’t beat the views flying in over Sydney Harbour!
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Tiplr Jun 14
The Northern Territory is a great location for travelers who are looking for something more in than the usual East Coast road trip or visit to the Sydney Opera House.
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Kirsten Alana Photography 📷 ✈️ Jun 14
A1. I'd most like to wake up near the Great Barrier Reef, the Maldives or Fiji after a long haul flight! With nothing scheduled except massages and snorkeling.
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Michelle  M. Winner Jun 14
A10: I love to immerse myself in the Greeks Island culture. After a stop in I went to the undiscovered island of
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JohnnyJet Jun 14
TIP If you must take a nap during the day after a long flight, set multiple alarms and don’t get under cozy covers if you don’t want to sleep long. Sleep on top of the bed or on a sofa.
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Australia Jun 14
Replying to @travelskills
TIP Take a long-haul flight and visit us! Snap up a great deal at and we'll see you soon!
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Angel Trinh Jun 14
A10: My favorite long-haul destination is Australia! I have friends that live there, and there are still so many places that I have not seen. I still have not been to Perth, Adelaide, or Brisbane. I have been to Uluru though!
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SmarterTravel Jun 14
A3: These are the in-flight essentials we never travel without:
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Andrea Feczko Jun 14
A4 Yes! Australia was my 1st int'l country- and I've been back 4 times now! woot woot!
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TravelSkills Jun 14
Q6 What's your experience sleeping on planes?
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Chris McGinnis Jun 14
Yay Qantas! Great to seeya on the chat today! Love seeing your big birds parked at
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Hideaway Report Jun 14
A3 The best products to have on a long-haul flight are: A lightweight scarf, hand sanitizer, hand cream, floss, mouthwash and "Simply Sleep" pills.
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Australia Jun 14
Replying to @travelskills
TIP Travelling direct from the west coast US to Australia you arrive two days later; travelling back, you arrive the same day you departed.
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Matt Long Jun 14
A3: Always travel with my own amenity kit which includes, among other things, face masks, deodorant, hand wipes, eye mask, etc.
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Marielena Jun 14
I loved my long haul fight to last year to experience @VividSydneyand the Great Ocean Road!
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Katie Brazier Jun 14
Replying to @travelskills
I dream about a trip to a lot. Australia, New Zealand & Fiji are at the top of my travel .
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