Sarah T

Sarah T

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    How long does it take from Singapore to Australia.

    Flying about 8 hours or so to Sydney about 7 years ago

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    Travelling from Bangkok to Siem reap

    Pay for the plane - hassle free! You can get some pretty good fares with Air Asia about 7 years ago

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    Where's the best place to do yoga in SoHo?

    I don't know about SoHo, but Jivamukti and Om Yoga in Union Square are fantastic if you're a regular practitioner and like a strong dynamic practice over 7 years ago

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    Hi, I'm from the UK but been working in canada for 12 months. my travel ins urance is up....can I take out a new one with Nomads.? thanks

    Hi there, Sarah from worldnomads.com here. It's no problem purchasing a new policy even though you are already travelling if you are a UK citizen with a UK passport and UK permanent address. Just select UK as your country of permanent residence and choose the region that includes USA and Canada. As you are alrady travelling, there is a 3 day (72 Hour) waiting period for all benefits to come into effect, with the excpetion of emergency medical in the event you are involved in an accident witnessed by a third party. You can avoid this by purchasing the policy at least 3 days before the start date you require. If you do not meet the above residency requirements or have any further questions, please contact our customer service team using the contact us page on the website who will be more than happy to help. http://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx over 7 years ago

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    Thailand newbies looking for advice

    You shoudl totally go to Chiang Mai. It's a fantastic city with great cheap accommodation, amazing food and markets (esp the Sunday night walking markets). From Chiang mai you can also get to a lot of good trekking if that's your thing as well as trips to Chiang Dao (Buddha Caves), rafting and elephant riding. Great accom inside the wall - http://www.sriphumhouse.com/ Spend some time down on the islands, try and do a day trip out to the Similan islands if you're around Phuket or Khao Lak. Phuket itself is not very nice so I wouldn't spend much time there. Use it as a fly in, fly out point and go somewhere nicer! Stay close to Khao San Rd in Bangkok - Rambuttri village is excellent value, very clean as perfectly located. Use the budget airlines to get around - it can be very cheap over 7 years ago

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    Where to stay in Las Vegas?

    On the strip is deifnintely best. If you wanna go fancy you can't go past the Bellagio. Value for money - the Luxor is great but it's at the end of the strip, not right in the middle of things. over 7 years ago

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    Where is a good, safe place for a solo female traveler to stay in Bangkok?

    Rambuttri Village is fantastic for buget accommodation and close to Khao San Rd. If you want something more upmarket try Siam@Siam. Very safe adn has a spa. over 7 years ago

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    Can you do the Road to Hana and Haleakala NP in one day?

    Not if you acutally want to enjoy yourself! The road to Hana (and back) can be done in one day if you like, however if you have the time, staying the night in Hana is a good idea. It's a long drive, that can be slow depending on the traffic - but definitely worth it. Giving yourself more time also allows you to see much more at the Hana end like hiking up to the pools of Oheo. Try and get up to the top of Haleakala for sunrise - it's freezing, so wear warm clothing. The sunrise is amazing! over 7 years ago