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single adult women can apply individually for Turkish visa .Turkey is a Muslim country and its requirement is different from most Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia where women cannot apply individually .Turkey nowadays adapting same visa procedure like most EU countries do. Answer to your second question a friend of mine last year application was rejected ...


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If you want a private guided tour (just for yourself and/or a very small group), the price doesn't seem all that unreasonable. Consider the cost of just the fuel alone: Distances in Mongolia are large and you'll be driving for a good chunk of each day, often over rough unpaved roads in vehicles optimized for rough travel and not for gas mileage. Add on top ...


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It all depends on what the tours include in the price and how large your group is. That said, I remember clearly that tours booked while outside of Mongolia are typically vastly more expensive than tours booked when in Mongolia. It's been a while, but a decade or so ago I toured the Mongolian countryside for perhaps a good 10 days, in a small group of 5 or ...


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There is no guarantee for any of this to work and especially if a flight is full, you will have to sit next to someone, period. A strategy that has worked for me is the following (assuming here you can pick your seat and change that selection): pick a seat in an unoccupied row in the back of the plane (middle alley if available), ideally with many empty ...


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Row 13. Even when it fails at least you won't be sitting next to someone superstitious. For East Asia maybe change this to Row 4.


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Typically aircraft fill from the front. Although some aircraft board and disembark from both front and rear, it's less common and more common for shorthaul aircraft. Hence I would always say that you're less likely to get a free seat at the front. Sitting at the back near has negative qualities of being near the toilets, near the galley which can be noisy ...


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Similar to chx's answer: there are some aircraft where there may be only one economy seat between window and aisle. Book such a seat and you are guaranteed not to sit next to anyone. For instance the ERJ-145 series of regional jets usually has a 1+2 seating configuration in economy. So just pick a seat on the left side of the aircraft - it's a window and ...


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There are many plane configurations where there are only two seats in a row, typically on an exit row or in the back. Buy both. Done!


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I doubt there's any seat with better than standard chances - nearly everybody wants what you ask for, so they start spreading people out immediately - putting single flyers on window and aisle seats. So when the plane is about 3/4 full (depending on plane configuration), there are only middle seats left (=next to two people). Anything after that is dumb ...



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