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    start with jetabroad.com.au and look at what airlines it brings up
    Then go to the individual airlines websites and look them up there.

    More often than not you'll get a cheaper price on the airlines website, but occasionally jetabroad will still offer the cheaper price.

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    If you are a seasoned traveller you could probably book it yourself online, but sometimes a travel agent just makes things easier (esp. if you need things like visas etc. When I went to Europe my travel agent took care of all of that).

    As for a good travel agent, it all depends on the individual staff as to whether or not they have travelled (I hadn't travelled widely enough/independently enough to get a job at flight centre when I applied so they do have requirement for their staff). Ask around and talk to a few and see who you get a good feel for.

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    @lovelymum there's lots to do in Fiji! Just depends where you stay and what kind of things you're into

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    Ohhhhhh BH Escape sounds great!!! If it was just up to me I'd want a little of column A (relaxing) and a little if column B (fun times!!).

    I'm also contemplating going in a contiki by myself in the next 2 years. Has anyone ever done one??? I just turned 31 so I haven't got much time left before the 35 age cut off.

    Tell me your experiences!!!

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    Well if you decide Fiji I can definitely recommend you a resort for that hideaway spa and resort on the coral coast. I've stayed there 6 times. They have a beautiful day spa and I happily spent many days lying by the pool doing nothing. But they also have a 24 hour bar, and the staff are very friendly and fun. You'll leave feeling like you've lived there your whole life. Scoopon often have deals on, they've got one at the moment $689 for 7 nights for 2 people I can't remember exactly what it includes but I know there's some massages and stuff thrown in.

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    There are cheap jetstar flights Darwin to Bali at the moment so if u can get up here cheaply it'd save you. Check out Trip Adviser. Thailand is another good option and there is very cheap internal flights around Asia from Bali if you have the time.

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