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comment Left UK without passing through Immigration, why?
more details on who doesn't have exit stamps (and how large other stamps are) at travel.stackexchange.com/questions/27225/…
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comment What are these “stone walls” in the sea on Cyprus?
"Groynes are structures built across a beach, usually from dry land out into the water, while breakwaters are built parallel to the beach. Both of these structures interrupt the alongshore movement of sand. A groyne acts as a physical barrier across the beach and collects sand on the up drift side, in what is called a fillet. Small groynes are useful for raising beach levels on a small scale. " -- environment.sa.gov.au/our-places/coasts/…
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comment Do you have to tip the delivery guy if you are already charged a delivery fee in Toronto?
Who gets the $8? Purely up to the business. They might not give any of it to the driver, instead paying a flat wage ($11/hr or so) and using the delivery charges to fund that. They might give all of it to the driver. We can't know. My guess is that either they keep most of it or they make the driver use their own car, or both. That's why I tip delivery people.
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answered Do you have to tip the delivery guy if you are already charged a delivery fee in Toronto?
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reviewed Close Visa refused twice
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reviewed Close Best travel path from Buenos Aires to Aysen Region, Chile
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reviewed Close Organic Grocer in Tuscany?
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comment Do ships sink nowadays?
You don't care if ships in general sink. You only care if a ship you're likely to take might sink. There's a world of difference between a cruise ship, a ferry, a private yacht, an oil tanker, a fishing boat, and a container vessel.
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comment Taking wet things through airport security
I emailed TSA (using the form on their website) about wet bathing suits and damp towels and they have said that these items are generally allowed.
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comment Taking wet things through airport security
edited to clarify that the US is essentially not relevant other than as a model set of rules that other countries' rules are likely to resemble.
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revised Taking wet things through airport security
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asked Taking wet things through airport security
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reviewed Leave Open Has anyone been to the Hindenburg Crash Site?
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reviewed Leave Closed How to select the perfect travel hat
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comment 7 Hours to Kill in Atatürk
yes. The majority of the questions tagged Istanbul are about this - whether you need transit visas, the links to pages for the free tour Turkish airlines provides, and so on, are all in existing answers. Take a look and if you still have questions after that, please edit this question to be more specific about your concerns.
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reviewed Close Refusal of Tourist Schengen VISA - Twice - Italy Embassy
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reviewed Close Transit visa for Indian passport holder having Schengen visa
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revised ATMs in China - are they widespread?
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asked ATMs in China - are they widespread?
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answered Sweets as gifts in lands untouched by modern dentistry