How to get a good night’s sleep when you’re travelling from Canada to Australia

When you’re coming from Canada, you can get a lot of great sleep on the road, thanks to the country’s sleeping arrangements.

This is especially true if you’re planning to stay overnight.

Here’s how to know what to expect when you arrive in Australia.

Sleepy road ahead for Australians heading to Australia The country’s sleep arrangements are generally pretty good.

In fact, according to the World Health Organization, Australians sleep six to eight hours more a night than Americans, and that’s without any of the other stuff that we just mentioned.

You’re not going to be sleeping through the night, but you’ll probably be getting plenty of restful sleep.

This means that if you’ve got a lot to do, you’re going to need a good quality night’s rest, and if you can’t get a bed you’re likely going to get plenty of sleep.

The key to good sleep is to get as much restful time as you can.

You should be able to go to bed about 8:00pm, and your sleep will last about an hour and a half, according the National Sleep Foundation.

Getting a good sleep when travelling to Australia will depend on many factors.

First, your sleeping arrangements will be different to those in the US, and it’s important to make sure that you’re making the right choice with your sleep.

In general, you’ll need to get the equivalent of 8 to 10 hours of sleep per night, although some travellers are getting as little as 6 to 7 hours.

The best way to do this is to have the same bed as you will be staying in Australia and make sure you’re comfortable sleeping in the same room.

That means you should be comfortable enough to lie down in bed and be able move your legs comfortably.

Second, you might not be able do this.

Most Australians don’t have the luxury of having a bed that’s huge enough to sleep you comfortably, so it’s very important that you find the right bed.

If you’re staying in a small town in Queensland or in the Northern Territory, you may be able find an accommodation in the hotel, but in the south-west of the country, you need to make a bit of a trek.

Getting the right sleep position The most important thing to do when sleeping in Australia is to make the most of the opportunity to get to sleep in the right position.

Most of the time, you won’t be in the exact same position when you sleep, but rather, the same amount of space is available to you.

If the room is on the left or the right, try to find the same size bed that you can sleep in.

If that doesn’t work, try sleeping in a different room.

You’ll get to choose the size of bed, but that’s really the only option.

If your bed is too small or too big, try going up or down a ladder.

The same rules apply when sleeping on a couch, as you’ll have to find a bed closer to the bed.

You might be able try going to bed with your legs crossed, but this might be uncomfortable and might not make a lot out of it.

Finally, try getting a bit more sleep in an area of your room where you’re more comfortable.

You won’t have to get up very often, and you’ll get plenty more restful rest than when you’ve just slept.

It’s important that your sleep is good enough to make you feel comfortable and to allow you to go back to sleep if you want to.

This can be tricky, but if you try to stay awake for too long, you could end up feeling tired and tired.

If this happens, just lay down and relax.

This won’t happen if you have to go into a room to get an upgrade.

If there’s no room available for a bed, make sure your room is close to a busy bus stop or shopping centre.

You can also try sleeping on your side of the bed if that’s a bit easier.

Third, if you do sleep on your back, make it comfortable.

This could mean sleeping in your own room or in a corner of the room.

If it doesn’t seem to be a big problem, you don’t need to worry too much.

You may find it easier to sleep on a pillow than a blanket.

Finally.

If everything is fine, you should feel good and alert.

Your body is used to being rested and relaxed, so don’t be too anxious to wake up.