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Jul
30
comment Where in Russia can I pay to shoot an AK-47?
You don't need to go to Russia. A local outfit offers this: therange702.com I have no experience with the company beyond the fact that they have enough ads around I remembered the URL and so I checked it first. I would assume their competitors (and they do have them!) provide similar offerings although exactly what machine guns they have available is something you would have to check.
Jul
26
comment How are laws different when in a Native American reservation (that matter to a tourist)
Second the strict enforcement. Think speed trap.
Jul
25
comment Should I take into account the transit time when booking with the same airline?
It's "safe" in the sense they'll put you on a later plane--but this is on a space-available basis.
Jul
23
comment Can I print my Spirit boarding pass at some kiosk at the airport, without having to pay $10?
It's Spirit, what do you expect? They make their money on burying you in fees.
Jul
13
comment Can I pass through the airport security with a de-activated Bazooka?
@DavidRicherby Look at bullet point #4.
Jul
13
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Jul
13
comment Can I pass through the airport security with a de-activated Bazooka?
@Lohoris The point is the question was looking at a non-issue. It doesn't matter what BA would do as he won't get it there for them to do anything about it.
Jul
13
answered Can I pass through the airport security with a de-activated Bazooka?
Jul
13
comment Will my ticket bought through cheap tickets work at a Chinese airport?
It's been years since I have even given them the e-ticket. We go to the counter for our flight and hand them our passports, they take our bags and give us our boarding passes. We always have it in our carryon but we've gotten out of the habit of handing it to them. Admittedly, this is Shanghai/PVG rather than Beijing.
Jul
10
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Jul
7
answered Is it dangerous to go to the USA as a Russian now?
Jul
3
comment Why my U.S. B1 Visa got refused under 214 (b)?
Yup--third worlder, no travel history, apparently young, likely unmarried. Good luck getting a US visa!
Jul
2
comment Max no. of Power banks allowed in Carry on - Air China
@drat True, but the world tends to follow our standards.
Jul
1
answered Max no. of Power banks allowed in Carry on - Air China
Jun
30
comment Are there any laws that prevent reserving two adjacent seats for one person for a flight with Ryanair?
That's ripoff that they don't give the extra seat it's luggage.
Jun
30
comment how much time is needed to attain driving licence for USA?
@mkennedy There isn't really an "international driver's license"--what is normally called that is really just a translation of your license into a bunch of different languages--it's nothing but an aid for local law enforcement (to avoid things like Mr "Prawo Jazdy" racking up a huge number of traffic tickets in Ireland. "Prawo Jazdy" is Polish for "Driver's License"), not a license. You must already have a license to get translated.
Jun
30
comment how much time is needed to attain driving licence for USA?
Since he has a car I assume he has a license in his home country. You can use that in order to take the test. In fact, he should be able to drive himself to the DMV on that foreign license.
Jun
29
comment how much time is needed to attain driving licence for USA?
He will need someone to drive him to the DMV in any case.
Jun
29
comment how much time is needed to attain driving licence for USA?
And take that warning about alcohol questions seriously. Being a non-drinker I didn't pay much attention to the DUI laws last time I moved--and only squeaked by on passing the written test because of that. My impression is they harp on that even more now than they did then.
Jun
29
comment how much time is needed to attain driving licence for USA?
No--there's no need for him to go through the learner's permit since he apparently knows how to drive. Beware, though, that how you drive in Pakistan is not how you drive in the US--pretend there's a cop watching you all the time until you get used to US traffic.