Have you been searching for an honest online business? Well, don’t give up as they really do exist. There are lots of scams, but there are also real, legitimate, ethical, honest online business opportunities out there that give you that “work from home” job that you’re searching for.I have been working online for many years and as a result I get the opportunity to talk to many people about online business and how they can be their own boss and work from home. While I enjoy talking to people about it, I also get frustrated at how many have a bad opinion regarding the existence of an honest online business. Unfortunately the scams run abundant and there are many easy targets out there.It’s really not that hard people. Business rues have been abundant long before the internet came around. People have been buying into business scams in person, over the phone and by snail mail. It just seems more prevalent now as more people look to the internet and its promise of quick easy money. That’s the problem – quick easy money.Come on folks, do you really think that there is any get rich quick thing out there? If it was, wouldn’t everyone jump on it? Then were would the money come to make everyone rich? An honest online business is simple. It’s a legitimate business that is run online. Do you know of any business that doesn’t take work? Take time to build? Have a learning curve?To find your honest work from home business, you have to take your time and investigate. Yes, I hear this from many people who have lost their money: “I did check them out”. Yet in most cases they read a couple of sales letters, looked at a web site, and poof, they paid. Now they wonder why there money is gone. They found a get rich quick business… one that got the person that sold the “business” rich.Please take the time to research and find a business that has people to talk to, lots and lots of information, up front, before you spend a dime. If it’s a legitimate honest online business they are going to be very willing to give you all the answers. Would you buy a local business without checking it out in detail?Don’t think you are going to walk in and retire in a month. This is a business and it takes time and lots of work to make it a success, just like any other business. Working online is liberating and lucrative, but its still work. Sure you can work in your sweat pants all day, but you still have to put in some time each day.Look for a business that gives you a complete education to go with the business. If they are a legitimate online business they will have a full education for you to help with your success, and they won’t be telling you that you will be rich at the end of the month. They will likely be telling you that it will take some time, and it will depend on YOU and what you can put into it to make it a success.
Fishing Trips in Australia and New ZealandLooking for something unique to do on holiday or just on a day out? Why not try a fishing trip? Fishing excursions can be an excellent way to spend time with family and friends, whilst at the same time provide an opportunity to enjoy the water and the great outdoors. Excursions come in a lot of different varieties and can take place on a river, ocean or even standing in a stream.It’s a giftOrganised fishing trips are a great way to get an introduction into the sport and are widely available throughout Australia and New Zealand. Most trips provide guests with a crash course in the skills they’ll need to participate, as well as the required equipment. A fishing trip as a gift experience also makes an ideal choice for the man who is notoriously difficult to buy for, or who fancies taking up the sport, but would like an introduction first.Fishing in AustraliaAustralia is a fishing paradise, full of rivers, streams, billabongs, lakes and of course, the open ocean. There is excellent fishing to be had in each of its territories, though a few destinations do stand out. The first is Darwin in the Northern Territories. Situated on the northern tip of the country, Darwin is adjacent to the sheltered Cullen Bay, and is also just off the coast of the Timor Sea. Bluewater reef and game fishing charter boats can be found in this area, with excursions lasting anywhere from half a day to a few days. Fish commonly caught on Darwin fishing trips include the Golden Snapper, Black Jewfish and Spanish Mackerel, all of which are present year round.The Darwin area is also home to the Barramundi (Asian Sea Bass), one of Australia’s most prized fish. The Barramundi is primarily a freshwater fish found in estuaries and several Darwin-based operators offer trips in and around the Moil River, as well as the Cobourg Peninsula, where they are known to reside beginning around March of each year.In Perth, Western Australia, you’ll have access to extreme deep sea fishing. Extreme deep sea fishing trips take place in waters exceeding depths of 250 metres and often reach beyond 300 metres. Conditions over deep water can be challenging, with boats facing rough waters and wind. Fishing trips to these areas however, can yield prized fish such as the Saddleback Cod, Ruby Snapper and Hapuku. Night fishing is also popular from Perth as certain species of fish are easier to catch at this time. Charters typically depart in the late evening and return in the early morning. Participants who are up to the challenge of staying up and staying warm have the chance to catch beautiful Pink Snapper, Red Snapper, Dhufish, and Mulloway.Moving to the east coast of Australia, the Gold Coast is an ideal place to get an introduction into the sport of fishing. The waters are calmer here than over the deep ocean, and day trips out from the Gold Coast are suitable for the whole family. There is a wide variety of fish living in this area, including several types of Mackerel, Cobia, Shark, Reef Flatheads and Tuna. Though tours are available from nearly all major coastal towns on Australia’s east coast, Gold Coast City near Brisbane is the most popular departure point, especially for day trips.For those visiting Australia on holiday, fishing trips are also available from both Melbourne and Sydney. In October, the Port Phillip Bay Snapper can be found just offshore from Melbourne. King George Whitings can also be caught in the region from January to March each year. Serious fisherman may also consider making the trek from Melbourne to the small town of Portland. In the winter months it’s possible to catch Mako Sharks and Bluefin Tuna in this area, and there are several major tour operators departing from Portland regularly between April and July.Fishing in New ZealandAs an island nation, Australia’s near neighbour, New Zealand has a long history of fishing, dating back to the native Maori culture. Not surprisingly, both tourists and locals can easily embark on fishing trips from Auckland and Wellington. Waitemata Harbour, located just outside Auckland, is known as the Snapper capital of the world. Tours departing from Auckland can often reach their fishing grounds within a matter of minutes as Snappers are so prevalent in the area. Nearby Hauraki Gulf is also a popular spot that is home to even more Snapper, in addition to the excellent Yellowtail Kingfish. Due to the proximity of the fishing grounds, Auckland fishing trips are perfect for a day out or a quick excursion while on holiday in the stunning Land of the Long White Cloud.Further south in Wellington, fly fishing is extremely popular. Trout are common throughout the region as there is a wide network of rivers that criss-cross this part of New Zealand. Fly fishing tours, as well as shallow raft fishing, are both prevalent in the area. For those staying in Wellington, the Hutt River is the closest to the city, and also one of the largest in the region. Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout are present in the river, and can range anywhere from 1 kg to 3 kg. Guided fly fishing trips in Wellington are an easy way to start learning this unique type of fishing. Tours range from a few hours of guided assistance, to full multi-day excursions featuring a cruise down one of New Zealand’s beautiful rivers as well as accommodation and meals.Let’s go fishingFishing trips and excursions are a fun way to get outdoors and onto the open water. Unlike fishing on your own, you’ll be accompanied by experienced and reliable fisherman and you won’t have to worry about driving the boat. Many trips specialise in helping fledgling fishing enthusiasts get their start in the sport and are happy to explain everything from how to operate fishing rods and reels, to how identify tides and drive a boat. Tours are fully licensed, allowing you to fish legally without worrying about permits and many have excellent facilities and amenities to make the experience that much more enjoyable. The variety of tours operating in Australia and New Zealand allows holidaymakers to easily find an option to fit their schedule, whether they’re in search of a short day trip or a longer multi-day excursion.