Peter Loh

Peter Loh

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    What is meant by residence

    You're a resident of the country in which you're currently living, as long as you're doing so legally (as a citizen of the country or as a foreigner not in violation of visa requirements - tourism visa don't count). about 8 years ago

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    me and my friend are legally studying/working respectively in the UK but are from abroad. Do we qualify as UK residents ?

    Yes, you're qualified as a UK resident if you're living there legally - be it for study and/or for work. about 8 years ago

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    What is the best way to get to Azerbaijan from Europe?

    Other than flying, there's train services from Istanbul via Tbilisi. There are quite a few services between western europe and turkey as well. http://www.seat61.com/Turkey2.htm#Yerevan about 8 years ago

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    Rome or Milan?? Never been to Italy.

    Not really an answer, but an opinion... I found Rome to overly touristic and generally disappointing and I'm not sure about Milan as I've not been. However, northern italy (for me) was a lot better to travel than the south... in particular, Cinque Terre is beautiful, Assisi is cute and Venice is a must but don't stay too long (there's better places). over 8 years ago

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    What is the best way to get immunized for travel to China?

    Consult your GP... that's what they're there for! :) over 8 years ago

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    Whats the best budget Hotel in KL?

    I stayed in Tune's Penang hotel (which was good value) and I've heard their KL one is similar albeit a bit more expensive. http://www.tunehotels.com/our-hotels/downtown-kl However, as Wendy suggested, Guesthouses can provide a more genuine experience. over 8 years ago

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    need a doctor in Berlin

    I can't vouch for the following information, but other threads I've found on the discussion board were useful whilst I lived in Berlin. http://www.toytowngermany.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=38505 over 8 years ago

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    I'm in canada and my passport and id was stolen. what documents do I need.

    I think the identity requirements are the same regardless of whether you're applying for an emergency or full passport. The requirement of a guarantor may not be needed for an emergency passport application. The identity requirements are listed at https://www.passports.gov.au/Web/Requirements/IdentityDocuments.aspx However, its probably better to talk to somebody at your closest Australian embassy or consulate. A list of the Australian embassies/consulates can be found (at the bottom) at http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/zw-cgi/view/Advice/Canada over 8 years ago