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I've never walked the WHW, but I have spent plenty of time in rural Scotland, Most stores in Scotland, even in villages, will take credit cards. However most is not all, and you will probably find some that won't. If you are paying for campsites rather than camping wild, or if you are planning on the odd night at a B&B, some will probably only take cash. ...


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Here are a couple of maps showing normal onset and withdrawal dates of Southwest monsoon. Also useful to see withdrawal of monsoon: This map shows 2015 current progression day by day. Maybe more helpful for planning purposes is average historical precipitation (follow the link and click on the month on the left under "Normal Rainfall Maps" to see ...


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Weather department in India publishes a map every year like it has this year but if you base your travel completely on this, you'd be making a mistake. Lookout for the monsoon section on the site. The onset of monsoon season in India, typically early June on the southmost tips and mid to late July to the north most corners is how it is predicted, the ...


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There cannot be a correct way to determine the relative cost of living, simply because each person has a different "basket" of needs. If you like it cool and damp, your HVAC costs are going to be a lot higher in Scottsdale than Seattle; if you like it hot and dry, it will be the other way around. But you did not ask for the correct way; you asked for a ...


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You could try https://nomadlist.com/ which compares; The best places to live and work remotely for digital nomads, based on cost of living, internet speed, weather and other metrics. For startups that work remotely and digital nomads. Initially built for, and by, nomads (professionals who can work remotely it can show cost of living for locals, expats ...


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Book two round-trip flights and throw away the return portion for one of the passengers. People routinely do it all the time.



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