Nat

Nat

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    I am traveling to Scotland in Sept./Oct. (Iona). What sort of clothing to bring?

    Definitely warm and waterproof clothing. If you're planning on walking think about waterproof trousers as well as a coat! You may be lucky and get a nice day (I was there in Feb and expected nothing but cold, but actually got some nice, mild days), so have an emergency nice day outfit too. Scotland is known for having all four seasons in one day, so literally prepare for all weathers. Do this by thinking about layers. over 2 years ago

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    Hiking kilomanjaro in tanzania

    I went with Intrepid Travel, the English side let me down a little, but when in Tanzania everything went smoothly. It's a great experience! I definitely recommend the Machame Route, whichever company you choose. I wrote about my experience here:https://natpacker.com/kilimanjaro-adventure-day-1-arrival/ (be warned, it is several posts long) You may also want to check out: https://natpacker.com/things-wish-id-known-kilimanjaro-trip/ over 2 years ago

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    What to do or see in Barcelona in October for 1 day?

    Sandemans Free walking tour. I had 24 hours in Barcelona and I love these walking tours, they're a great way to see the main attractions and learn about a place. They also do a Gaudi tour, which I went on, that shows you a few of his houses. over 2 years ago

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    A good guide book for Europe car trip

    I always like Rough Guides, they do a Europe guide which will give basic details of big cities. But if you want more in-depth it's a guidebook for each country. I've always used Rough Guides and like the style of them. over 2 years ago

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    can you suggest itineray for spain for 2 weeks

    As Sofia said, depends what you want/how long you want to stay for. When I had 7 days I did Madrid - Zaragoza - Barcelona. If you need to get back to Madrid you could head down to Valencia - Alicante, then back to Madrid, depending how much time you have. Madrid and Barcelona are definite 'not to miss' (Madrid was my favourite, found Barcelona too 'touristy'). Zaragoza isn't an obvious place, don't think many people go there, but I loved it. Cool Roman ruins, a Moorish castle (I believe it was Dorne if you're into GoT). Also a great restaurant in Zaragoza and generally great food! over 2 years ago

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    if never traveled before, what do i do to travel to australia?

    If you want to explore you can either get your own van or there are a few hop on hop off buses. I like the buses as you get to meet other travellers, so meet new friends to have some fun with. I'd definitely book somewhere to stay for the first few nights, and then decide if you're moving on or staying longer. Nomads was a good hostel chain when I was there, they also have vouchers and deals, which can help you save money! (Personally I'd stay clear of Peter Pans, I had problems with them each time I tried to get quotes). almost 3 years ago

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    Best bank for open a savings account in New Zealand ? Planning to work and travel for 6months

    When i was over there (few years ago now though) I used BNZ. They were easy to set up and never had a problem with them. almost 3 years ago

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    How To Make An Itinerary For My Vacation To Australia?

    Don't try to cram everything in! Take it slow and prioritise what you want to see/do. Check out local deals on tours. Nomads hostels had a good loyalty card scheme when I was there, and most of there hostels were good. about 3 years ago