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tunnsey

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    Would you like to travel to Ireland?

    In addition to this forum, check out Tripping.com which a huge global community of travelers and home-stay hosts. They range in age and types of travelers as well as opportunities to meet locals in the various places you visit who are open to showing you around, meet you for a coffee/drink or even host you. almost 9 years ago

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    Road travel Kosovo and Bosnia Herzegovina - how safe?

    I went by motorbike from Croatia over to Bosnia and down to Montenegro before heading back into Dubrovnik in 2009. While not the same routing at all, I can say that road travel was very safe and we had no issues at all going through remote roads, areas, or towns. We had a kawasaki (in case that matters), and we stayed off the roads at night. Sounds very exciting! over 8 years ago

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    How long does it take to drive around the coast of Maui?

    I've done it in sections over a few days, so cant say how long it really takes continuously; a good solid days worth. bear in mind it's mostly just two lanes and winding, so take the time to enjoy Hana, maul, kihei and lahaina. over 9 years ago

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    What are flights to London and Paris like? Meals, wifi,chargers? I haven't flown overseas before!

    They are pretty much the same as what you will find domestically, depends on the airline though. International flights will provide the food as part if the ticket, but check the itinerary to be sure. I usually bring a little healthy food of my own anyway. Chargers, depends on plane and airline. Once in Europe, take trains to get around, as other answer suggested. The train between London & Paris is fast and wonderful. Have fun on your first international flight and trip to Europe! almost 9 years ago

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    I'm in Peru and heading to Bolivia next. I don't have any Malaria medication. Should and get some and if so what should i ask for?

    Seems you are a week or so ahead of me on the same route. I did get a yellow fever vaccine and the doctor also gave me a prescription for Larium and also for Malarone because we plan in going to the Amazon. If only heading to La Paz or Sucre, I've read it's not necessary. I don't know why they gave me two different prescriptions (they are taken at different intervals). Here's what the CDC website says: * Taking a prescription antimalarial drug * Using insect repellent and wearing long pants and sleeves to prevent mosquito bites * Sleeping in air-conditioned or well-screened rooms or using bednets All of the following antimalarial drugs are equal options for preventing malaria in Bolivia: Atovaquone/proguanil, doxycycline, mefloquine, or primaquine. For detailed information about each of these drugs, see Table 2-23: Drugs used in the prophylaxis of malaria. For information that can help you and your doctor decide which of these drugs would be best for you, please see Choosing a Drug to Prevent Malaria. almost 10 years ago

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    What are the best lodging options for Yosemite park? I don't mind camping if there are good camping sites to recommend. Thanks!

    Just outside and a great place is the Yosemite Bug Hostel. they have private rooms/ cabins as well as hostel shared dorms. All ages stay there and you can enjoy the cafe or cook your own in the shared kitchen. I love that place. over 9 years ago

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    Any tips for visiting Chelsea flower market?

    Did you mean the Chelsea flower show in London? almost 9 years ago

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    Its is safe in Japan Tokyo for holiday??

    Great and thorough answers I can't add to other than to also look at www.is-japan-safe.com for additional links and articles. over 9 years ago