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France has legalized same-sex marriage since 2013. But I think the main issue here is that you don't live in France. If you want to get married here in France (with legal and official records) you will need to have a long stay visa and stayed at least 3 months to get married in the Town Hall. But, if you plan to travel to Paris, there's always an option to ...


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I cannot give a personal account because I have only been to Taoyuan airport (where nobody objected to me taking pictures—in fact, nobody ever objected to me taking pictures at airports even with a DSLR camera). However, I will note that Kaohsiung airport, the second-largest airport in Taiwan, advertises its observation deck for plane spotting and other ...


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Although I had not seen that exception to Taiwan, I had previously read that photographing airports is prohibited and nearly always avoid taking photos in airports but I see people do it often and there are plenty of photos of airports around. One of the few times I took photos in an airport was in Panama and I was stopped after taking 3-4 photos. They then ...


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That is not truth, visit TPE on google maps, there's thousands of pictures upload by visitors. And at least, I never heard anyone get into trouble because taking photos in air port :) update ok, you can also check other air port in Taiwan, RMQ (Taichung) KHH (Kaohsiung) or TSA (the air port actual locate in Taipei) I think making life log is totally fine, ...


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From: consult-myanmar.com "By-laws written for Myanmar’s 1947 Immigration Act stipulate that foreign visitors on a tourist visa must stay in hotels, he said. Only permanent residents and foreigners holding business visas are allowed to rent apartments or houses within wards – an administrative sub-division of cities – said U Zaw Aye Maung." As to ...


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In addition to the good answer you already have it's worth noting than climbing of all kinds had a very strong sense of ethics. This covers sporting integrity, environmental impact and cultural sensitivity, plus safety of course. 6000m+ mountaineering is also a pretty niche pursuit with a small community and you'd be unlikely to get to this level without ...


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I don't have any specific insights into how it's enforced on the ground but it doesn't seem particularly difficult. You cannot climb a mountain like that in a few hours or on your own. Even assuming you're a specialist and don't want to rely on local help (i.e. you're eshewing the “expedition style” climbing that's typical of the Himalayas), you would need ...


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