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Dec
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Curonian Spit and Kaliningrad
Dec
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comment How to manage/store luggage for an afternoon in Hong Kong?
I've used them before and they are great.
Dec
1
comment Israeli street food
Either way, looks tasty...
Nov
29
comment What immunisations, if any, are required / recommended for Thailand?
@dbkk In the current situation I agree with you.
Nov
27
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
27
accepted Boracay over Chinese New Year
Nov
27
comment Boracay over Chinese New Year
I avoid resorts... I mainly stay in cheap places. I think I still remember a bit of tagalog, but I'm not sure how well. Sounds like it will be a bit too crowded for my liking. Thanks for the info!
Nov
23
comment Long term travel without being wealthy - how is it possible?
@dbkk Agreed, I was just trying to point out that traveling can actually be cheaper for some.
Nov
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comment Long term travel without being wealthy - how is it possible?
@dbkk I would disagree with that. They don't necessarily need to be higher. In fact, they can be lower when removing the need to project any measure of success as most professionals must, i.e. suits, clothes, hair cuts.
Nov
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asked Boracay over Chinese New Year
Nov
9
awarded  Talkative
Nov
9
comment TrueCrypt Volumes: Will it cause any trouble?
If additional content was added that you do not agree with, I strongly recommend deleting it. As answers here reflect your personality and beliefs, I think it is important to keep your answers your own.
Nov
7
awarded  Enthusiast
Nov
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comment Why exactly is it so important not to forget my towel when hitchhiking?
Hah +1 for vagrancy
Nov
5
comment Why exactly is it so important not to forget my towel when hitchhiking?
I feel like that was a band camp thing I just did.
Nov
5
answered Why exactly is it so important not to forget my towel when hitchhiking?
Nov
5
comment Why exactly is it so important not to forget my towel when hitchhiking?
Unless designed for a wiki, perhaps?
Nov
5
comment UK citizen, UK job, living in the US
To work in the USA, you need a work visa. However, if you are on an F1, you can apply for an H1b visa (specialty occupations) after completing your degree... Engineers, scientists... basically any occupation requiring special education qualifies for H1b. Your company will need to be registered in the USA and apply for a visa for you for you to have a work visa in the USA. FYI you can go to school on a H1b visa and work, but not the other way around. Also, in New York, h1b holders qualify for in-state tuition after 1 year! Talk to your embassy... they usually have an idea about that to do.
Nov
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comment UK citizen, UK job, living in the US
This is very bad advice. Working digitally in the USA is still considered employment. Working illegal is a bit of a hot topic in the USA right now and I would NOT recommend it.