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Albania is a signatory party of the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic and therefore should follow road rules similar to other European Countries. This includes yielding to vehicles coming from the right side they have priority (or left if driving in UK and other left-hand driving counties). Unless otherwise specified, this rule also applies in roundabouts: ...


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I would agree with the commenter above (you should do research about Bangladesh's import rules for plants, as well as common diseases) and add that it all comes down to the declaration and inspection at your port of arrival (airport/port/train station). Even with your best research there's a very real chance that Customs may decide to seize your plants and ...


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These rules are put in place for insurance reasons single rooms are made for one person double rooms are made for two to three people if something happened and it was found out that there were two people living in a single room that would be a violation of building code. I had the same kind of running me my sister and her husband we're living in a motel till ...


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I strongly recommend not sleeping outside in larger cities. Especially not in parks, as you may become subject to attacks from youth gangs doing drugs. It's all okay in rural areas (yes, they have parks in villages and suburbs). Technically it's not allowed to build up a hammock or tent in public space but as long you don't litter the place or camp for days ...


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According to Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority bags for liquids at the airport are not only allowed but are necessary https://maps.prodafrica.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/4861_geodir_Document_Security_Information_to_be_published_on_RCAA_website_.pdf


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I respectfully disagree with this accepted answer as far as U.S. citizens are concerned. I've traveled internationally to China as recently as five months ago and typing in my passport information on the CBP link yields no results. This didn't surprise me because unless they generated a record based on my airline ticket purchase, there was no electronic ...


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I wasn't able to find any official airline guidance, so I went and asked a friend who has severe allergies (including peanut) what she would want people to do. The important one (don't eat things containing nuts) is obvious, but she said you'd be surprised how many people ignore it. If you see someone eating nuts on a flight where they've said not to, call ...


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This kind of writing commonly found on food packaging This product is prepared in a kitchen where nuts are used. It may contain traces of nuts. Is a disclaimer. It serves the sole purpose of protecting the company from lawsuits in case a consumer gets an allergic reaction after eating their product. It makes sense for companies to use such a disclaimer ...


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If you carry anything with the intention of using it against an assailant, it is a weapon. Even walking with your house keys in your hand with a key protruding from your fist.


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Carrying pepper spray around may get you into trouble with the law, it is probably illegal despite what vendors may tell you. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-defence_in_English_law Self-defence in English law is a complete defence to all non-sexual offences involving the unlawful use of force (i.e. anything from battery to murder). In other words, ...


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The link that you cite already states the law: Any “noxious substance” is illegal. So this is likely yucky stuff, but with no irritant. It may be disorienting for a moment, but I doubt it’ll incapacitate a determined attacker. For practical advice: Don’t. Even if you were a trained officer, going against 4 armed attackers (or even 2) with just a can of ...


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I was stopped by some guy dressed in a suit in T3 earlier this month. Asked me to delete the photos as he was part of the TSA or something similar. It was in the Virgin check in desk area and surrounds. Virgin where doing a small food giveaway. Popcorn maybe. I didn't delete the photos and I've checked on google pics and there are loads of that area.


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What is your citizenship? You may be required to bring money for your stay but not required to actually spend it. If you are an EU/EEA citizen, you have rather strong rights to stay. If you need a visa, being found homeless may complicate your next application. It is not illegal to be homeless in Germany. You may be asked to move from some places, notably ...


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Discover HK alleges under the heading "Points to note:" While legal in some countries, various personal protection devices, such as 'mace' spray and stun gun, are prohibited in Hong Kong. That website is overseen by the Hong Kong Tourism Board The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is a government-subvented body tasked to market and promote Hong ...


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