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revised Does gel deodorant count as “liquids”?
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comment Does gel deodorant count as “liquids”?
@verve: it's often called the "3-1-1 rule" for simplicity's sake, but the actual limit is 100 mililiters (even from the USA's TSA, I'll add a link), which is 3.4 ounces.
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answered Does gel deodorant count as “liquids”?
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comment Walking across Australia?
CGCampbell: your main problem is going to be water. There are huge stretches of what is effectively desert, with no towns for hundreds of km. You definitely cannot rely on towns for supplies-
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answered Is it OK to eat turtles in Cambodia?
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comment From what point could you view the most countries?
I have no idea. I assume Pakistan thinks so and India doesn't.
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comment From what point could you view the most countries?
Wakhan Corridor could be five if you accept India's claims to northern Kashmir.
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comment How to get to Battambang from Siem Reap?
Just did this in early December - great experience! I think I paid $23
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answered Are there any advantages to selecting the middle seat in an airplane?
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answered Is it possible to drive your own motorbike in/around Siem Reap?
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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.
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comment How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
@Anixx: see updated answer.
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