Christy McCarthy (WorldNomads.com)

Christy McCarthy (WorldNomads.com)

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    What to do for two days in London?

    You can hardly touch the sides of London in a week, let alone 2 days. If that's really all you can spend, then start with one of the Hop on Hop Off bus tours as it's the only way you'll see enough of the city. You don't mention what kinds of things you like doing, so it's hard to suggest what to do next... there's so many museums, art galleries, shopping areas, markets, historic churches, castles, places to eat, beautiful parks ... Narrow it down and you'll probably get some answers. over 6 years ago

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    What are some cool things to do in Camden Town I.e. markets etc?

    Just sit and people watch. almost 7 years ago

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    Cheap places to eat in London

    I guess 'cheap' depends on where you normally live and what prices you normally pay. I found that the supermarkets were good - and much cheaper than here in Australia. Often, they have smaller outlets at Tube stations, things like Tesco Metro, and picking up food here after returning from big day out in London was affordable, fairly cheap and very convenient. It did help that I was staying at a flat and had access to a kitchen. Most hostels have kitchens too. almost 7 years ago

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    Do I need a Visa for any of the following countries: Australia, Thailand, China, Japan, India Fiji or South America?

    HI Alex, it depends entirely what passport you hold. If you can provide that info, you'll probably get specific answers almost 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to get around Scotland, Ireland and England?

    Oh, and try this site for great info about Train Travel - http://seat61.com/ almost 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to get around Scotland, Ireland and England?

    If you want to go to all the tiny little towns on Skye, or hike up some of the hills for example, having a car is undoubtedly the way to go. But remember that petrol is quite expensive in the UK. Maybe catch trains between the big towns and then hire a car for local experiences? From memory, it's about 3-4 hours drive from Glasgow to the West Coast where the Skye ferries go - and it's some of the most scenic and amazing countryside anywhere in the world! almost 7 years ago

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    What is the easiest way to get around London to see the inner city, and then Camden Town?

    The Tube (London Underground) is incredibly easy to travel around London. As you've got an iPad, take a look in the App store and get hold of one of the free Tube Maps - there's loads of them. This will help you plan out which stations and lines you'll need for your day trips. On my last trip to London about 3 years ago, I was surprised at how much more pedestrian friendly it was too. Take good walking shoes and hoof around - the people watching and interesting nooks and crannies are best seen from the street. almost 7 years ago

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    What are a few countries in Asia (except china) worth visiting for a nature/urban trip

    I particularly loved Laos. Vientianne could hardly be called an 'urban' city, but the rest of the countryside and towns are marvellous. Not to mention the lovely people! almost 7 years ago