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Sorry, you are either a troll or dangerously naïve. In case it's the latter "DO NOT DO ATTEMPT DO THIS" The guide WILL report you the second you go missing otherwise they will be in deep trouble themselves. Everyone you interact with WILL report you and the authorities WILL go after you. If you are lucky, they'll just kick you out of the country, ...


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From personal experience visiting Tibet in 2018: it's impossible to travel without a guide. Since your guide is personally responsible for you, they will immediately notify the police if you sneak off. There are police checkpoints not just at major attractions, but at all public transport stations, at city perimeters, outside monasteries, etc. Hotels ...


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are there any countries I might have trouble entering with a Japanese tourist visa stamp (sticker) in my (EU country) passport? No. (e.g. see the UK list of incompatible countries (mirror)).


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So there are really two questions here: What do laws and regulations say about VWP visitors looking for work during their stay in the US? Practically speaking, if I want to visit the US to look for work, should I apply for a B-1/B-2 visa instead of trying to use VWP? To the first question, the answer is that the allowed activities on VWP are exactly the ...


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As a rule of thumb, if you're legally resident in a country, you can apply for the visa there. So you can apply in Dubai/UAE. Since the B1/B2 visa is a "non-immigrant" visa, it cannot be renewed or extended, you need to apply for a new one. To apply, you need to have a specific tourism or business reason. So I would not recommended applying for ...


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I remember seeing roof riding as normal on the Nile Valley Express in Sudan from Wadi Halfa to Khartoum. But this was on the BBC series Pole to Pole so around 1994. I don't know how much has changed on that line.


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