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True Blue Aussie Pride

A lot of people have told me over the years that when you travel, you learn much  more about where you're from than the places that you're travelling to.

That while you do go overseas to explore new and exciting
places, to meet new people with lives you couldn't even have imagined, you come home with a better understanding and a much stronger appreciation of your own country.

I can't speak for everyone, but for me especially, I had no idea just how lucky I was to be Australian born and raised. I very quickly learnt on my first big trip when I was 18 that I took so much for granted.

Now, I'm not talking about people in third world countries who don't have access to food and clean water. That's awful, but was not unknown to me before I started travelling.

I'm talking more about people who perhaps don't have access to beautiful beaches on their doorstep, who don't get to grow up in a country where they have the opportunities to study whatever they …

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