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Dec
17
comment How to get to Battambang from Siem Reap?
Just did this in early December - great experience! I think I paid $23
Dec
17
answered Are there any advantages to selecting the middle seat in an airplane?
Dec
17
answered Is it possible to drive your own motorbike in/around Siem Reap?
Dec
6
answered Late Night Ground Transportation from El Calafate to Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine
Nov
28
awarded  Yearling
Nov
25
comment How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
@CGCampbell: I'm pretty sure that's just to speed up the common case and there are fallback methods.
Nov
25
comment How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
@Anixx: see updated answer.
Nov
25
revised How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
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Nov
25
answered How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
Nov
14
awarded  Populist
Oct
30
comment How to get rid of Argentinian Peso before leaving the country?
Umm... the official rate would be VERY GOOD if you want to change Pesos to Dollars. Which is why you won't get it anywhere, that's the whole point.
Oct
22
revised Layover in Santiago de Chile
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Oct
22
answered Layover in Santiago de Chile
Oct
14
answered Why's it useful for airlines to enforce the “non-changeable” fare?
Oct
5
revised Is it rude to give up your seat in Japan?
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Oct
5
comment Is it rude to give up your seat in Japan?
@sawa: we may be thinking about different age ranges. I meant toddlers, not teenagers.
Oct
2
comment Is it rude to give up your seat in Japan?
@FranciscoPresencia: older women can be notoriously unabashed and might well do it, but what I was really thinking of is that someone else would call you out, thus taking the role of "enforcing social norms" (or maybe "educating the gaijin") rather than "requesting privilege".
Oct
1
comment Is it rude to give up your seat in Japan?
@LightnessRacesinOrbit I believe the point (with which I somewhat agree) is that this kind of polite behaviour is pretty universal in modern societies and thus it doesn't really matter where the question or the answer is from. Only the details vary.
Sep
30
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer