LisaF

LisaF

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    If you had time for a quick stop which would you pick

    Bali. a few nights is perfect to chill! almost 5 years ago

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    Funky place to sleep in Copenhagen?

    Thanks all, I found a loft apartment/room in Admiral Hotel in Copenhagen. I love this city! So easy to walk around and explore, very friendly people and very affordable. Christmas lights are up and everyone is in festive spirits. almost 5 years ago

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    When travelling the world as a Nomad, what's the most effective way to book flights and organise visas?

    Wow Byron, you sound like the World Nomads Found, Simon Monk! I'm incredibly jealous of people who have the strength to just pack up and go. I don't know the answer but be sure to start a travel journey and share your adventures with the rest of us! almost 5 years ago

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    Could I get Vietnam visa on arrival in Da Nang?

    Depending on your nationality and where you passport was issued, you will need to apply for your visa in advance through govietnamvisa.com/ Otherwise you will be charged a hefty entrance fee on arrival (if they let you check in for flight). almost 5 years ago

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    How hard would it be to find accommodation for a family group of 8, after we arrive? We'll probably fly into Ho Chi Minh next February.

    Agree with Molly, Agoda is fantastic at finding last minute accommodation. Have you thought about hiring a villa in HCM? - Lisa almost 5 years ago

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    SiamReap and Ankor Wat

    Hi Carlo, When travelling in Cambodia, I can highly recomend the public bus, cheaper adn seems a lot safer than the mini bus (private bus). Ist also more comfortable. Re accomodation, I always book last minute and have not been disapointed in getting last minute cheap hotels. Lisa over 5 years ago

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    Long-term accomodation in Bali for a good price?

    Hi c.jeey What a dream escape for 3 months! Depending on your nationality, there may be time limits on how long you can stay at any given time. Tourists visas are normally 30 days, but you might be able to fly in and out (Singapore) and renew. I'd check out flipkey for longer term accomodation options in Bali, with notice you're likely to get a really lovely place much cheaper than last minute. Love to hear how you went with this. Lisa over 5 years ago

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    Where to buy glucose meter in Indonesia?

    Hi Sergey Sounds like an issue you might want to discuss with your travel insurer who should be able to direct you to a clinic/ pharmacy. My guess is that you'll be better placed in Jakata to get a glucose meter, but probably best to check/ Lisa over 5 years ago