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No. As long as you haven't been in one of the "Yellow fever countries" within the last 90 days, you don't have to get any vaccines. Although, if you're traveling to an area of risk, like the Amazon, it would definitely be recommended.
Next to travel.se I am also a big fan of Operabase. The userinterface might not be up to current standards, but they seem quite complete in their listings. as expected they do list the Teatro Amazonica. Tickets seems to be available through online booking
Based on the discussions on similar forums the burden of proof of onward travel is on you and whether or not to accept something as proof of onward travel would be entirely in the discretion of the Immigration officer when you arrive. Now if you are concerned about whether or not your ticket from Santiago to Auckland is sufficient proof of onward travel you ...
You will not need a visa to visit Brazil for up to 90 days.Brazil visa requirements for German citizens However, some countries will not issued a visa unless a return ticket is also purchased. If I were you I would check with you closest Brazil Embassy list of addresses here just to make sure and explain you situation. What other countries are you planning ...
As someone who travelled a lot and stayed in many hostels let me say I also saw similar behaviour in many places, not only hostels but also on buses and at tourist sites. This is not limited to South America, but also happens in South East Asia and India. When speaking to Israelis who travel alone and are usually a little bit older they confirmed my ...
First of all, I think you did good when you said SOME in your title. This will save your question from being closed ;) Second, in some areas of the world smoking in public places and indoors is tolerated unlike Europe and speaking loudly or making noise in the middle of night is just ok, such as in the area these group came from. People from these areas and ...
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