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    Interesting and cultural things to do in Scotland during July??

    Edinburgh is a beautiful city with lots of pubs (including a literary pub crawl) and great restaurants. Glencoe is very beautiful and you can see where the MacDonalds were massacred by the Campbells. If you're heading up to Inverness you can see Culloden, the battlefield where the Jacobites where defeated, and you can learn about the subsequent repression of Highland culture by the English. There are Highland games going on and if you can find a calendar here shga.co.uk over 5 years ago

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    Best Canadian Festivals during summer months

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is right up there with Cannes and Sundance as one of the worlds most important film festivals. It runs September 4-14. Toronto (and most Canadian cities) have festivals running all summer. Do you research wisely so you don't miss out. over 5 years ago

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    I'am traveling to New Zealand,Tasmania, and Australia. I need reliable safe places to stay

    I have a few friends who did the couch surfing and really enjoyed. I stuck to hostels and most of them were really great and I made a lot of friends from all over the world. over 5 years ago

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    If I travel indefinitely, what do I do about social security/ social insurance payments?

    My advice still stands. Speak to a professional accountant, as you are seeking professional financial advice. over 5 years ago

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    If I travel indefinitely, what do I do about social security/ social insurance payments?

    It probably depends on the country you're from Robert. As a Canadian, if I want to avoid paying taxes to Canada on the income I am receiving while living abroad I must claim non-residency. I can still keep my passport and be entitled to the Canadian pension I have already paid for, but I forfeit all my other rights as a Canadian. I must close my bank account, cancel my credit cards, and will no longer be entitled to free health care. There is a very strong chance your country of origin believes you owe them income tax if you have not made a formal declaration of non-residency. Then there are the tax issues of the country you are in. I paid taxes in Australia & the UK, but was entitled to claim a percentage back from the Australian government when I left (not in the UK because I was there as a citizen). There are also tax treaties between certain countries. By paying taxes in the UK I do not have to pay them again to Canada. You can do some research on your own to get better details (all the info on the Canadian Gov was on their website), but I would strongly suggest you speak to an accountant in your country of origin to get an expert opinion. over 5 years ago

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    Question about Australia and New Zealnd

    Whitehaven Beach, the Great Ocean Road, and Melbourne (all in Australia). When you're in Sydney make the trip to Manly Beach, the best beach in Sydney. It's a nice 30 minute ferry ride across the harbour with a great view of the opera house. over 5 years ago