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AI and computer science student @ University of Edinburgh


Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Mar
7
answered How do you choose a restaurant when travelling?
Nov
30
awarded  Commentator
Nov
30
comment How to prevent “Delhi Belly”?
Apparently beer is one of the safest bets to be clean and good to drink.
Nov
30
comment How to prevent “Delhi Belly”?
Okay point for taking along antibiotics, but if you take those you should most definitely take some packs of electrolyte salts which you can mix in water in order to keep hydrated. And very important too is to make sure to take pro-biotic medicine after the misery is over, otherwise your stomach will have a hard time getting back in shape and it's even easier to have "yalla yalla" again (or any other illness in fact).
Nov
30
comment How to prevent “Delhi Belly”?
+1 for the ice! Especially careful in bars.
Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Oct
2
answered Is it recommended to travel to Tibet (Lhasa) for just under 20 days and with a low budget?
May
8
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
Seam to have moved a bit further to the finance area, but thanks for sharing!
Dec
25
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
7
answered Where should I travel in Europe if I want to climb a high mountain without equipment?
Dec
6
comment Crime rate in Cuba
@Jonik: After being checked again and again in one single evening it does make you question system behind it. Maybe 'forbid' is a bad word in that sentence, perhaps 'strongly discourage' would be better. The police did try every trick to prevent our Cuban friend to run around with us. But you need to keep in mind as well that all of this was in Havana and in the evening/night. In the smaller towns the laws are not reinforced that strongly.
Nov
26
awarded  Scholar
Nov
26
accepted 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
Nov
25
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
+1 for relevance to the question asked :) Thanks for sharing.
Nov
24
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
no, thank you! I wasn't aware that something like Geeks without borders exists! so you did help me a lot. Plus the website i did find had some interesting listings of other organisations. :)
Nov
24
awarded  Supporter
Nov
24
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
uhh nice! I can totally understand why you support them ;) Would be cool if they would expand the search engine a little though. Thanks for the share!
Nov
24
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
I tried searching for the Geeks without Borders but could only find a page describing their aims, no projects/jobs section? Could you maybe include a link? Also I am not actually a business app programmer ;)
Nov
22
comment 'One laptop per child'- like organisations?
Thanks Mark! I must have missed those questions. Nevertheless I think my question is relevant as it addresses whether there are other organisation similar to OLPC and specifically IT jobs which enable you to travel around the world. :)