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In MRT stations with bathrooms inside the station, you can ask the station personnel and they should let you in to use it. Convenience stores are hit and miss. Larger ones and ones outside of cities are more likely to have them, and some even have a toilet icon on the sign outside. Smaller ones in the city are unlikely to have them, but you can still ask. ...


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An interesting wrinkle here to consider is if this illegal of the airlines in the first place. In essence it's the following deal: "I sell you one pound of beef for $10 or I sell you two pounds for $7. However you must eat the beef, you can't just throw it away or give to your neighbor". The key here is that the larger quantity is cheaper than the smaller ...


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It happened to me--or I did once not take the second leg of a two leg trip. I left country A with a transfer in country B for final arrival at country C. My visa for country C was not issued, while I did have a visa for country B. So I just got off the flight in country B. As it turned out, and unbeknown to me, the airline then canceled my return booking ...


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Tried to figure this out for years. My polish girlfriend then told me a trick how they made turkish coffee in Poland when they had nothing else than hot water, coffee and one (two) cups. Put the coffee powder in one cup and fill it with boiling water as usual. Wait until the desired intensity of coffee taste has developed. Then tap or knock the cup on the ...


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This may be sounds strange but I think it depends a little bit on how cold the water is. I spend some time in a small hut in the Alps and the only water supply came via a tube from a small river nearby. I think the temperature of the water was below zero. First days I heated it up on the oven. Some lazy day in a boastful manner I decided to just use the ...


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It depends what you mean by unusual. If you specifically mean Iranian Rials, I think you're out of luck. There doesn't appear to be any reputable money changers that will change them in Sydney, though I'm not excluding the prospect of finding some small and/or under the table money exchange business handling them in some areas of Sydney with an Iranian ex ...


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The main difference between liquid soap and dish washer detergent is price. So not a good idea in general, but only because liquid soap is more expensive. One recipe for liquid soap is given here – note olive oil, coconut oil, essential oils. Some of the ingredients for a well-known brand of washing liquid are listed here – note Sodium laureth sulphate, ...



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