Gunyah - Real Short Breaks

Gunyah - Real Short Breaks

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    Where to stay in Timor?

    As a developing country it can be hard booking accommodation on any larger hotel booking engine, but you can try the locally owned website - http://www.timorleste-hotels.com/ - it has been setup with the support of whl.travel and the local government to facilitate online tourism. over 7 years ago

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    Can i get a Syrian visa on the border coming from Jordan?

    Yes, you can receive your visa on arrival though you should not have any stamps from Israel and also try not to turn up too late. It's a pretty simple process. There is a massive duty free store on the border if you need to stock up on giant toblerones! over 7 years ago

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    Is Bosnia safe to travel to?

    It's definitely a safe place to visit and one of the most remarkable places in Europe. Sarajevo is awesome... especially the Burek! I have to say though that Mostar is still on my top three list for cities in the world. It is something truly special. Keep your wits about you and you'll be fine. Such hospitable people. over 7 years ago

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    Good safari operators in Arusha, Tanzania?

    I'd recommend local operator Freddie and Robin at Real Life Adventure Travel... they do safaris, adventure and cultural trips depending on your interest. I've always found them to be highly knowledgable and professional. over 7 years ago

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    Where is the best place to stay in hanoi?

    I have some friends staying at the "Impressive Hotel" on Au Trieu in the Old Town. It's on a really nice little quiet street with plenty of cool cafes and restaurants around. You're also just behind Josephs Cathedral. It's about $30 a night for 2 people. If you do get there check out the little store called "Indigenous", about 50 metres up the road from the hotel. They sell lots of really neat handicrafts which are all made by disadvantaged youth... they also sell the best coffee in Hanoi which has been sourced from a co-op of about 20 small coffee growers around Vietnam. over 7 years ago

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    3 days in Prague staying at the Marriott. Any must do's? Must eats? Do nots? Help would be greatly appreciated!!

    Go to U Provaznice. Order yourself some smazny syr (fried cheese) and pork knee with beer sauce. Wash it down with a few Gambrinus and a shot of Becherovka. You won't get more local than that! Here is the website - http://uprovaznice.cz/. It's just behind the big New Yorker building at the bottom of Wenceslas Square. Mustek Metro stop. over 7 years ago

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    Amsterdam. Looking for local, off the beaten path ideas, including places to eat would be great?

    Urban Adventures have a tour run by locals that take you off the beaten path to discover a more authentic side of Amsterdam. Look them up on Google. over 7 years ago

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    How can i access wifi hotspots in vietnam? Is the connection stable and secure? Do you need passwords, etc?

    There is wifi everywhere... most cafes and hotels will provide you with access for free and happy to give you a password if you're eating or staying there. Connection is relatively secure although expect anything you send to be monitored by the State. over 7 years ago