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comment What practices can help me hitchhike safely?
This is an incredibly broad, open-ended question. There's really no way we can answer it here. But as Klaster suggested, the HitchWiki is likely to be of great help to you. We just aren't the proper resource for this type of question.
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revised Entering Spain on a Schengen visa from Sweden
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revised Can I search for a train ticket from A to C via B?
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answered Guatemalan car in the U.S
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revised Can I pay my USCIS fee after I enter US?
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revised Waiting in transit zone until Schengen visa is valid
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comment Booking several flight tickets with a single payment/invoice
@Calchas: Usually only if they have codeshare agreements.
Aug
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comment Booking several flight tickets with a single payment/invoice
So your employer requires you to visit 3 cities, and requires you to pay on a single invoice? That seems pretty unlikely to me, considering it's quite common not to have a single airline that services any given 3 cities, making the request impossible to fulfill (without using a third-party booker, such as a travel agency).
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comment Traveling with expired J1 visa
This sounds like a question for Expatriates, but I'm not entirely sure since I'm not quite sure what's being asked. Are you already within the US?
Aug
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comment US VWP when going to Canada
They often don't even ask for proof of onward travel. My wife (a Spanish citizen) last time entered the USA, and was not asked for proof, although we had bought a cheap (refundable) flight on Orbitz to show them, just in case.
Aug
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comment Does a US Citizen need a visa to enter as a tourist to the UK for 6 months?
@jwenting: US citizens are given a 6-month permit automatically when entering the UK. Therefore I don't think 6 months makes them think you're immigrating.
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comment In Mongolia, are dairy products offered to tourists typically processed?
@MarkMayo: Let me just say I've accidentally tasted "cheese" made that way, and it didn't taste dissimilar to some other commercially-produced pungent cheeses I've tasted.
Aug
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comment In Mongolia, are dairy products offered to tourists typically processed?
@AndrewGrimm: Yes, I saw mentions of both, which is why I asked the question. Your posted question is faar too broad, IMO. Pasteurization and turning milk into cheese are pretty much completely unrelated--in terms of process, and in terms of the health effects on the food. Cheesemaking does not kill pathogens (except for long-aged cheeses. USDA requires 3 months aging--many homemade cheeses aren't aged at all). If you leave a glass of milk outside overnight during the summer, the next morning you'll have semi-solid cheese that might kill you. Would you count that as "processed"?
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comment In Mongolia, are dairy products offered to tourists typically processed?
"Processed" isn't a very useful term. The process of extracting milk from a cow can be considered "process," after all. If that's not processing, then putting it into a bag/jar/can/box certainly is. If you mean to ask if it's been pasteurized, perhaps ask that specifically?
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revised As a USA citizen/resident, can I apply for a Chinese visa while in a foreign country?
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comment What are my cellular options in London
Asking for the "best" is almost always off-topic, as what is best for one person may be worst for another. But having said that, I believe this question has already been answered.
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revised As a USA citizen/resident, can I apply for a Chinese visa while in a foreign country?
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revised Why is the Dubai airport so busy?
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