Jaidev S

Jaidev S

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    What credit card fees do you get stung for when you use your cards overseas?

    Here in Australia you can get visa travel credit cards - they don't seem to have such fees but then again when I travel on my Australian credit card I don't normally get fees like you mentioned. Perhaps they are available where you are? I know my dad is currently traveling around on the card found via the link below Hope this helps! http://www.anz.com/aus/promo/Dont-Get-Robbed-Overseas/default.asp?&s_kwcid=TC%7C20401%7Ctravel%20credit%20card%7C%7CS%7C%7C5049483268 about 9 years ago

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    Are there luggage lockers at Luna Park in Melbourne?

    Yes, there are security lockers there: http://www.lunapark.com.au/index.php?action=help&helpcatID=530&helpID=3125 about 9 years ago

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    To eat near the Angkor Temples at Siem Reap

    I took in my own water, and got food near the temples. My tuk-tuk driver was great - he kept me away from the overpriced food vendors and took me only to the ones who were reasonable. Perhaps just ask them? Or ask someone else? about 9 years ago

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    Will it be easy for me to rent a van or car in Japan for a week?

    One thing to be wary of in Japan are road tolls. I think some of them can be as high as $50...! Google this though, I could be completely wrong ;) about 9 years ago

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    Is USD $100/day unreasonable for backpacking in Japan?

    It depends on what you are trying to do, but I managed on about that comfortably. If you have sorted out things like a rail pass and such before hand then should be fine. Backpackers I stayed in were like $30 US for a bed in a dorm room, and generally I was paying < $10 a meal. More interesting food can often cost more of course. Most of the things I went to see didn't cost much to get into, biggest costs that aside really were transport. about 9 years ago

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    Where is the best place to stay for "cheap" in Tokyo?

    Is a hostel suitable for you? Check out http://kshouse.jp/tokyo-e/index.html, its the best hostel I have stayed in - don't think "hostel" as you might think you know it, way nicer than that. It's in a good spot (and < 1 mins walk to the subway), has great staff too. Make sure you book in advance though, they book out fast! about 9 years ago

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    What's travel like between Kings Cross and Sydney CBD?

    Would take about 10 mins to walk from there to Kings Cross station, once there Martin Place station in Sydney CBD is only one stop (a few minutes) away from Kings Cross station. Trains leave every 10 mins during the day and every 15 mins or less after 11 (check http://www.131500.com.au/ for exact times). The downside of all this is that while you are staying in what is actually Potts Point (a really nice suburb generally), you have to walk through Kings Cross - one of the dodgier parts of Sydney. For a bit more info on Kings Cross: http://wikitravel.org/en/Sydney/Kings_Cross over 9 years ago

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    Are there any recently opened restaurants in Hobart that are worth checking out?

    Thanks mate, I might check that out when I am down next - funny, lived there 12 years and never went to Montys! over 9 years ago