LisaF

LisaF

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    Where are the nice places to visit in London?

    I do love London. How long are you going for? What are your interests. A visit to London is not complete without a trip to the Palace, St Paul's Cathedral, Hyde Park, a show (preferably Andrew Loyd Webber of course), a trip on the London bus, and a few hours in Harrods. There are much more things you can do, The Big Ben, the London Eye, pub crawl through Earls court, markets in Notting Hill on a saturday morning, numerous art galleries.... the list is endless. over 7 years ago

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    Would you recommend studying abroad in Cairns or in Townsville Australia?

    It really depends on what you're studying. Cairns and Townsville are not known as university towns. However if you are doing an online course you may be able to work and study in either area. over 7 years ago

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    Which countries need visas organized before I travel there?

    It really depends on your nationality, country of issuing passport. Where were you thinking of going to? over 7 years ago

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    Best Tropical Place to Visit

    If you really want to get off the beaten track, why not consider East Timor? over 7 years ago

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    We are 7 people who want to travel to India for a short visit - 10 days in July. What part of India will be the best for our first visit?

    What are the ages and interests of the travelling party? Relaxation traveller - head south to Goa after spending a day or two in Delhi or Mumbai to aclimatise. Adventurous traveller - head North to Lumbini and the foothills of the Himalayas! Cultured traveller - their are so many architectural and cultural sites to explore! Any major city (Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai.....) over 7 years ago

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    I'm going to London for the first time for 9 days. Is there enough to do in London or would it be worth taking a day trip to Paris.

    Agree with Pat, berak up your London trip to spend a day or two in Paris. London is fantastic - you coul spend years there and not discover everything, however as a first timer I would suggest you use it as your base. That way you have a great excuse to return as well. Getting to Paris from London is easy, train, drive or fly! If you only go for a day or two - do NOT choose a cheap budget airline. They will cancel on you, or delay. Pay the extra for a gauranteed flight, or better still, catch the train! over 7 years ago

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    are there aerosol restrictions for carry-on baggage for domestic flights

    Government limits apply to the amount of liquids, aerosols and gels that can be taken through airport security screening points in Australia. This is both on international and domestic flights. Best to check with the individual airline you are travelling with to ensure you're ok. over 7 years ago

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    Bali vs Lombok?

    Bali has changed a lot in 15 years, but there are still some lovely pockets. Bali and Lombok are both very different destinations, remember they are different cultures and as such you will have a different experience. Bali is Hindu and Lombok is Muslim. I love both. I cant choose. I love Bali for the laid back relaxing lifestyle and always manage to have a brilliant time. I tend to go to Ubud or any of the most northern beaches as opposed to Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua or Sanur. However in my next trip (in a couple of weeks), I'll be in Sanur for a few days purely for convenience. The northern beaches in Singaraja for example are the Bali of 20 years ago. Lovely. In Lombok, I like to go to the Gili Islands. I haven't been there for a few years and have been told they've changed a bit. Still great for snorkelling and scuba diving though. I'm also travelling to Flores. Apparently this is the new Bali of 20yrs ago. Lonely Planet is yet to write a guide ;) Why not combine the two? One week in Bali and One week in Lombok? over 7 years ago