Travel Guide: If you are going to Australia, do not do these things, otherwise you will regret for life..


It is great if you feel like traveling abroad, it has beautiful places, big buildings, and incredible views that take your breath away. But before going abroad a question has come to your mind what are the things that we should not do there? Yes, every country has its own rules and if they are not followed then you may have to give and take.


Today we are going to tell about one such country, where you have to take care of some things while traveling or celebrating a honeymoon. We are talking about Australia, where you do not have to do anything to roam.

Never drive fast or drunk
In some countries you can get away with doing this, but not in Australia. If you are found driving under the influence of alcohol, then you can be fined and jailed, that too not for a day or two but for 6 to 1 year. So if you don't want to ruin your vacation then you and your wife should follow this rule.

Never go swimming at the beach
You must have seen the beach many times, must have seen the sign there? As swimming is prohibited here, do not cross it as per the warning board! While living in Australia, do not take it as a joke, because keeping in mind the safety of the people, such boards are installed here. Large cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Brisbane have many beaches and beaches, and swimming around them can result in harm from crocodiles, stingrays, sharks, etc. Do your research before you go, otherwise, you could be prosecuted for disobedience.

Don't consume ganja in the open
The use of weed in the open is not acceptable in any country, such is the case in Australia. Let us tell you that like other countries, consumption of cannabis is illegal in Australia and even if you are caught doing so, you can be punished with both jail and fine. Whenever you go here, keep in mind that do not do all this in the open.


Apply sunscreen before going out
Even ten minutes of sunlight in Australia can be third-degree torture, don't take it lightly, and apply sunscreen as much as possible. Stay hydrated too, better for you. Maybe you can't stand the Australian heat.
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