Jaidev S

Jaidev S

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    What does 'RSA' means in applying for a job in Australia?

    Responsible Service of Alcohol - It's a course you have to undertake before you can serve alcohol. Here is some info about it in Victoria - I am not sure if your RSA is valid across all states or if it is state by state, it might say in there: http://www.justice.vic.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/justlib/DOJ+Internet/Home/Alcohol/Training+Information/JUSTICE+-+Alcohol+-+Training+Information+%28Home%29 about 8 years ago

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    What towns / cities are worth seeing in Botswana and how should I get around?

    Damn Andrew, rough going. Thanks for both an easy way and a scenic way. about 8 years ago

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    Best museums in Chicago?

    Thanks guys :) about 8 years ago

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    Best way to get from Indianapolis to Chicago?

    Thanks :) about 8 years ago

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    I've heard that the Thailand to Cambodia border crossing at Poipet can be a bit of a rugby scrum. Is it the same going the other way?

    I crossed that way about 2 years ago. It wasn't *too* bad, but it wasn't great either. Things took about an hour total? It felt like that was a long time but I don't really have anything to compare it to... I guess if you are going straight from Phnom Pehn to Bangkok then it's probably the fastest way, but I think if I ever were to do it again then I would cross somewhere else and use it a an excuse to check out what is interesting nearby in Thailand once across. about 8 years ago

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    Sydney,Melbourne,Port Douglas,Uluru, Great places to eat?

    For a day in Sydney if I really wanted to enjoy my food: - Breakfast at Bills in Surry Hills: http://www.bills.com.au/ ($25 a head? Amazing food) - Lunch at Badde Manors in Glebe for something lighter (maybe even share 1 between two?): http://www.baddemanorscafe.com/ (pretty cheap as vegetarian, don't let that scare you off though!) - Dinner at Wasavie in Paddinton (amazing japanese): http://www.wasavie.com.au/ (probably looking at $40 - $50 a head for a good meal) For Melbourne: - I would start in DeGraves St and pick somewhere popular for brekkie: http://www.melbourne.com.au/degraves.htm ($20 pp) - Lunch do something in China Town, maybe yum cha at Shark Fin Inn (< $20pp) - For dinner (you are probably pretty full by now), maybe just relax, have a drink, and get something light at somewhere in South Bank on the Yarra like World Restaurant. (depends where you go really :)) I don't really know about Port Douglas or Uluru, and let me know if those places are too exy, as there is a lot of great more reasonably priced food :). about 8 years ago

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    Best place to watch the Cricket in New Delhi?

    Thanks :) about 8 years ago

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    Some good job ideas in Perth?

    What kind of jobs? Are you a traveller looking for casual work? about 8 years ago