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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


Jun
24
comment Middle name missing on flight reservation, can I still fly?
The data used for APIS will be collected during check-in. There is no requirement to have a middle name listed on the ticket for APIS/TSA/etc.
Jun
23
comment Non-Biometric Venezuelan Passport Travel to EU
Are you saying that you have a passport without a machine-readable strip, or a non-biometric passport (ie, one without a chip in it). They are very different things.
Jun
21
answered Indian passport, Schengen multiple entry visa question
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
19
answered Travel with a Finnish and a Pakistani Passport
Jun
19
comment Travel with a Finnish and a Pakistani Passport
In a general sense this won't work, as a Finnish citizen almost certainly needs a visa to enter Pakistan, and without one the airline will not let him board the plane.
Jun
19
comment Nationalism or Fanatical Fanhood in the UK?
Turns out, there are idiots all over the world. Sounds like your friend found one.
Jun
19
comment Is carrying real wasabi allowed in flights?
To where? Many countries will not allow the import of live plants/shoots/etc
Jun
18
comment Transporting meat from the UK to the US
Both Dry-Ice and Wet-Ice are restricted on most airlines. Generally wet ice is not allowed at all. Dry-ice may be allowed, but is normally very restricted in terms of quantity and how it must be declared/labeled. Recently a United Airlines flight had to turn around mid-flight when they realized they had put (too much) dry-ice in the same compartment as a dog, which would have likely resulted in the dog suffocating.
Jun
17
comment Driving from Seattle to Campbell River, BC
Campbell River is on an Island. Does your car float?
Jun
17
answered Nested Return Flights
Jun
17
comment Trips betwen USA <-> China via Canada. Canadian transit visa needed?
Which airport, and which airline? In this case, both matter...
Jun
15
answered Checked luggage and overnight layovers
Jun
15
comment Checked luggage and overnight layovers
Doesn't really answer the question though, does it?
Jun
15
answered Is 2h 45m enough for a layover in EWR transferring from an int'l to a domestic flight (Terminal B → Terminal C)?
Jun
15
answered Vessel and carrier number on the ESTA form if travelling by car from Canada?
Jun
15
comment Why do taxis in Japan have mirrors on the hood?
Other vehicles in Japan. See japantimes.co.jp/news/2013/11/18/reference/fender-mirrors for a good description. This still doesn't make it a travel question though...
Jun
15
awarded  Custodian
Jun
15
comment Why do taxis in Japan have mirrors on the hood?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about cars, not travel. It's not just taxis in Japan that have these mirrors, but many vehicles.
Jun
15
answered Baltimore to Las Vegas- why does the flight path change from day to day