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Visa for travelling to France, as UK residents on SA passports

Good afternoon, We are South Africans with SA Passports living in the UK on an ancestral visa - how do we go about visiting France / Spain? Do we need separate visa on entering either France / ...
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Visa requirement for a tourist to South Korea from Australia

One of my friend want to visit South Korea as a tourist from Australia. What is the documents required to apply for tourist visa?
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What is valid ID for domestic flights in India?

Is post office ID card accepted as id proof for flight to travel within in India? What else other than PAN card, driving license is accepted as ID? Where do I need to show it?
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Where can I buy US prepaid credit card outside US?

I am thinking about going to US, and to reduce the amount of cash I carry, I plan to use prepaid credit card for gas, store purchase purpose. I have a few questions on this: Is there anyway I can ...
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1answer
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Philadelphia to Newark Airport without AirTrain

Beginning May 1, the AirTrain monorail to Newark Liberty Airport will be closed for repairs. How can I get from Philadelphia to Newark Airport in this situation?
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Does a minor need to be present to apply for a passport in Colombia?

Does a minor need to be present to apply for a passport in Colombia?
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Any way to find out what US Customs & Border Protection has in their database?

I travel from the US to Canada occasionally (about once per year on average) with my family. We are all US citizens and travel with US passports. Every time we re-enter the United States, I am given ...
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Is it possible to rent a bicycle long-term (a month) in Vitória, Brazil?

I just arrived in Vitória, Brazil, and will be here until the end of May. I don't have a car, and don't want to pay to rent one, but a bicycle would extend my range of mobility significantly. Is ...
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Trying to seek Asylum [on hold]

Hi i am from india and holds indian passport , i am married to 4 years younger guy to me by leaving home i run away with him to other country but after couple of days i came back after they put ...
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Travelling from India to Hawaii

I am planning to travel from Chennai (India) to Honolulu (Hawaii). I have the option to travel through Bangkok, Thailand and Seoul, South Korea, and want to know if either of these places will require ...
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Is it reasonable to do the Trans-Siberian/Mongolian without pre-booking all the train tickets?

I've come across various websites that suggest I should pre-book my tickets beforehand or I'll have some trouble. I was hoping to just get off at a town I'm interested in and stay as long/little as I ...
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Is sleeping on the floor in planes allowed, and if not, why not?

The scene last weekend: three cramped people trying to sleep in three bulkhead seats with those annoying immovable armrests and a whole lotta legroom in front. Why not curl up for a nap in all that ...
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What kind of clothing should I be wearing if I were to hike up Mount Hua in Xi'an during October

I'll be visiting Xi'an on the first week of October this year (2014) and I am planning to hike up Mount Hua. I've read that it's generally cool during October period. Would wearing a sweater be ...
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In the high season in Ontario, is it possible to camp on campsites without early pre-reservations?

I've been warned that in the Ontario long weekends in summer and autumn, it is very popular to get out into the nature. During such long weekends, is there any chance of finding a camping spot on a ...
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Any slow luggage shipping ideas?

I'm interested in shipping luggage from the U.K. to U.S. very slowly. It's okay if it goes quickly, but slow is fine so long as (a) the chances for damage do not substantially increase, and (b) it's ...
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2answers
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Getting a Schengen visa through the French Embassy again even if I didn't travel to France last time

Last year I got a Schengen visa through the French embassy due to being married to a British national. I am South African. In the end we couldn't afford to go to France but went to Portugal instead as ...
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e ticket transfer by internet [on hold]

e ticket transfer to brother through internet .I WANT TO TRANSFER MY E TICKET RESERVATION TO BROTHER IS THERE PROCEDURE CAN BE DONE FROM NET.I AM REGISTERED WITH INDIAN RAILWAY CATTERING
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2answers
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Do any US airlines make use of their right to fly between EU airports?

According to the EU–US Open Skies Agreement, Airlines of the United States are also allowed to fly between points in the European Union Are there any airlines who actually make use of that ...
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Crossing borders for a couple hours inside the Schengen area with a group of children

I'm a scoutmaster in the Czech Republic and we would like to visit Austria for couple hours with my scout troop (aged 12-16, we're all Czech citizens). Are there any special rules about such ...
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Is it possible to travel from Ireland to England on a student visa

I would be traveling to Ireland for Studies on Student Visa. My course is of one year. I want to know, if its permitted to travel from Ireland to England on student visa for a short trip. May be few ...
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Can I integrate airbnb listings with a routeplanner?

I am preparing a road trip this summer. I often use airbnb to find accomodation. However when on the road finding potential listings in airbnb can become quite tedious. Is it possible to integrate a ...
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How far away from artificial light do you need to get to experience the night sky without light polution? [on hold]

Twice this week I stumbled upon an article mentioning phenemenons visible with the naked eye if no artificial light is near by. The first was a series of meteorites, the second a photo experiment on ...
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1answer
28 views

Boarding point change for an Indian rail reservation

I booked a train ticket on the Yeswantpur (Yeshvantapur, YPR) to Calicut (CLT). I gave my boarding point as Yesvantpur (YPR). My reservation is from Yeswantpur. Am I entitled to board at Karmelram ...
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1answer
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Bags from Mexico to Hawaii [on hold]

Flying from Cancun to Hawaii, I have a 7 hr. Layover. Do I check my bags all the way or recheck them in the morning. I am going to a hotel for the night.
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Can B1/B2 visa issued by company be used for tourist purpose too? [duplicate]

I had a business visa (marked B1/B2) applied through my current employer. I have also traveled to US for business purpose with this visa. Can I use the same visa for personal tourist travel too ? If ...
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NYC travel from Miami [on hold]

I am planning to take a four day vacation with my wife in New York. I need to know what is the best option: book hotel and air ticket together or separately? I will need some advice on selecting the ...
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0answers
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Best prepaid cash cards to suggest to tourists in London?

What are the best prepaid cash cards to suggest to tourists in London? The requirements are: Ability to reload the cash card using an international credit card, without using the international ...
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1answer
29 views

Do you have to book motels in advance on a road-trip?

I am planning a road trip from seattle to crater lake, oregon. I want to know if I have to book motels in advance? ideally i don't want to do this because i don't know how much distance i will be able ...
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1answer
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“Match of the century” in Reykjavik

The so called Match of the Century was the chess world championship between Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 1972. It's one of the most famous chess matches because it took ...
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How are intersections between two numbered streets named in New York?

There are a number of places in New York—for example, Manhattan, Park Slope, and northwestern Queens—where the streets running in both directions are numbered. What’s the convention for which number ...
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1answer
139 views

Do you have to use a body scanner in TSA Pre Check lines?

Do any of you TSA Pre-Check approved people know if Pre Check allows you to skip the full body scanner in some or most airports?
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1answer
23 views

Prague running event may 24, will the city be accessible?

I booked a weekend trip to Prague from may 24th until the 26th and just discovered that there will be a running event. Will the city be accessible? And if not, what are the best places to visit on ...
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1answer
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Leaving Canada - sole parent with child consent

I will soon be visiting Canada for the first time, as part of a multi-stop journey with my daughter. I bought a one-way ticket for the leg from Canada to Europe and the (Canadian) agent pointed out ...
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Going overland / oversea from Southern Spain to Tbilisi Georgia [on hold]

I'm currently in Southern Spain, near Murcia, and I want to go to Tbilisi Georgia. I am looking for the best value way of getting there but I have some flexibility with time. What route options are ...
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1answer
31 views

Flights to Georgia from Western Europe [on hold]

What are my options for travelling from Western European cities to Tbilisi, Georgia by air?
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Reentering Us with Visa Waiver after 2 months in Canada? [duplicate]

I know there are similar questions posted, but I need to ask because every question is different. The difference is, I think, the amount of time one can spend in Canada before going back to US. The US ...
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1answer
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Is there a way to find old passport records via the government?

Is there any way to find out where a deceased relative traveled by passport 40-50 years ago? We are trying to provide a date when they brought back ivory items legitimately. We know they traveled to ...
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1answer
17 views

USA visa waiver program.

We will be visiting New York for a week, then going to canada for 29 days then on an Alaskan 7 day cruise. Then back to the us for 3 days, to Hawaii for 7 days. While the visa should cover all of this ...
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0answers
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Pet Birds flying to US via Heathrow with owner on BA

Do BA have special animal cargo handlers for pet birds transfer via Heathrow to Miami from South Africa.
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2answers
77 views

How are safety standards enforced in an airline which is not IOSA certified?

I'm considering booking a flight with WOW Airlines and since it's the first time I hear about it I did some research on google and I find mostly good reviews. However, while looking for the safety ...
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1answer
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8-hour stop over in Mauritius MRU - can I exit the airport?

I have a 8 hours daytime stop over at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, and intend to make the best of it. But will I be allowed to get out of the airport? Wikivoyage says: ...
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1answer
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Is there any plastic wrapping service in Copenhagen airport?

Do you know if there's any plastic wrap service in Copenhagen airport ?
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cheapest international airlines less than 500usd [on hold]

What is the cheapest international airlines serving airports in France and Los Angeles and New York. less than 500 usd
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85 views

Is the Siesta a factor to consider when traveling around Argentina?

Are siestas anything I should consider when traveling around Argentina(large and small towns)? Are travel services likely to be effected in anyway?
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1answer
29 views

When to use a plane instead of a bus around Argentina?

I am planning to travel a 'circular' route around Argentina in 3 weeks. My rough idea for the route is Buenos Aires -> Puerto Madryn -> El Calefate -> Mendonza -> Cordoba -> Salta -> Iguazu -> Buenos ...
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Is it practical to travel in Argentina with limited knowledge of Spanish?

I am planning to travel for 3 weeks around Argentina, I plan to arrive and depart from Buenos Aires. I am not booking all my accommodation/travel ahead of time, as some of the distances are so vast, I ...
6
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1answer
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What does a Tajik GBAO permit look like?

To travel on the Pamir Highway in Tajikistan one needs a special GBAO permit, I got my Tajik visa today and it came with an extra stamp: Is this the GBAO permit?
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Knives in Checked Luggage (USA to Venezuela)

If I planned to fly into either Valencia or Caracas, would a small knife or knives (3"-6" blade) cause concern to someone working in the (Venezuelan) airport, if it were in my checked luggage? I've ...
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Travelling from Delhi to Dubai to Istanbul (Turkey), staying at Dubai airport only for 7 hours: Do I need a visa for transit at airport?

I am travelling from Delhi to Dubai via Air India on 22.05.2014 and will land in Dubai at 22:45 pm. next flight from Dubai to Istanbul (turkey) via Turkish Airlines on 23.05.2014 at 5:40 am (after 7 ...
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Can visitors enter the inner caldera of the double volcano island Aogashima, Japan?

Aogashima is one of the Izu island of Japan that isn't very famous for some reason, but definitely should be. The whole island is basically a volcano rising steeply up out of the sea. Within the ...

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