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bio website gandrusz.blogspot.com
location London, United Kingdom
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
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PhD Student in financial mathematics


Mar
16
comment Nappies (diapers) and baby wipes in Panama and Costa Rica
@Flimzy, disposable. Pampers, etc.
Mar
16
asked Nappies (diapers) and baby wipes in Panama and Costa Rica
Mar
16
answered Is there any reason not to do laundry with bar soap?
Mar
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
14
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
13
answered Looking for 5-7 day long distance walk
Mar
13
comment What are some tricks you use to buy cheap airline tickets in Europe?
Are you always traveling from Romania? Often there are web sites specializing in tracking promotional air fares, and you can either sign up for the updates or check it while looking for the best deal. Obviously they are specific for a given country.
Mar
13
comment A second passport or ETD?
On a side note, I hate that you actually have to send your passport to get something done with UK authorities. Can he request to get his passport back? I thought that they would check it, make a copy and send it back if the procedure takes that long.
Mar
11
asked Is it worth bringing a stroller to Panama and Costa Rica?
Mar
9
accepted What to do with your valuables on a low-cost holiday while swimming/diving in Central America?
Mar
9
accepted Normal LonelyPlanet guides vs. the new Discover series
Mar
9
accepted What is the best base town to look for a 3-4 day scuba diving trip for the Great Barrier Reef?
Mar
9
accepted Sleeping near San Jose airport (Costa Rica)
Mar
9
accepted Daintree National Park as a backpacker
Mar
9
asked Turtle-watching on Isla Bastimentos in Panama
Mar
9
accepted Turtle-watching in Costa Rica and Panama in April
Mar
6
asked Turtle-watching in Costa Rica and Panama in April
Mar
6
comment Longest possible single-fare journey in London Fare Zone 2?
There is also a time limit for your travel if you are using Pay as you go Oyster (last time it affected me it was around 2h).
Mar
5
awarded  Taxonomist
Mar
5
comment Visiting Daintree Rainforest on an budget
@MarkMayo, that's the thing - I want to pay as little as possible to see all the relevant things there. Absolute maximum would be $300 (because I have been offered a tour for $350)