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I've visited : Australia, Austria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Portugal, Peru, Qatar, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United States (25 states + DC/PR), Vietnam


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answered Miles and more - unawarded miles in Y class
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comment What happens when an ATM in a country you're travelling through eats your card?
I've never found a bank that didn't have 24x7 numbers for lost cards, normally with the ability to access reverse charged calls if you're international. You do have the phone number from the back of all your cards stored somewhere, right?
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comment What if I don't take my last transfer at British Airways
You can book this on ba.com using the "Multi-city/stopovers" option. Most other booking websites will have something with a similar name.
Sep
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answered What if I don't take my last transfer at British Airways
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answered What type of power outlets are used in Bath, UK?
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comment How can I purchase Greyhound tickets online if I'm a non-American?
In order to get a Google Voice phone number you need an existing US phone number.
Sep
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revised ESTA Application, what's it for, really?
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answered ESTA Application, what's it for, really?
Sep
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answered Singapore transit visa
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comment Does the Lao visa on arrival at the Thai border require a full blank passport page for Australians?
The top image is the same as what I have, but this was obtained via a consulate, not at the border.
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comment Indian Visa in expired passport, new passport with husband's surname
The biggest risk is not being denied entry to the country, but being denied boarding of the flight. If a check-in agent doubts you have the correct documents, then you're not boarding the flight, and as in this case there's no clear statement anywhere that you don't need the marriage certificate, it's worth taking it to be sure.