Pearse

Pearse

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    Can we bring red espresso pods into Australia? A friend asked us to.

    You should be fine, the department of agriculture basically say that if it's roasted and in its original packaging you're good: http://www.agriculture.gov.au/travelling/bringing-mailing-goods#coffeecoffee-beans about 3 years ago

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    Is it safe to travel without booking accommodation in advance?

    Hi Natasha, I was there a few years ago during their peak travel season (end/beginning of year) and we only booked a few nights at the start of the trip. The rest of the time you can just arrive in town and find accommodation, we never had a problem finding something on the day we arrived in a town or city. The only thing I'd pre-book would be if you're arriving late at night to avoid the hassle. Cheers, Pearse about 3 years ago

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    Can i rent a car at 18 years old in sydney, australia?

    Hi Mandy, From personal knowledge (Sydney local), most of the car rental agencies require you to be 25 years and older. I think you'll be able to find some which rent under that age but they'll probably have an additional surcharge for younger drivers. In NSW it's actually impossible to get a "full" driver's license by 18 so it might be hard to get a rental, or if you do you'll be paying a bit for it. tldr; you probably can but it'll be pretty expensive. Cheers, Pearse about 3 years ago

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    Is it cheaper to book a room/bed in a hostel or just arrive and see what they have?

    Hey Jess, When I travelled around Cambodia a few years ago we simply found our accommodation as we went and it was still quite cheap. Usually there's no difference in price between booking prior to or on the day, although some websites might have discounts or deals available which you won't have access to when just rocking up. Cheers, Pearse about 3 years ago

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    What travel documemts do I need to enter Canada from the United States by land? And then Canada back into the United States by land?

    Hey Darcy, For entering Canada by land you just need your passport, see: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp (search Australia). For the States it seems you just need to fill out a form (when entering by land with a passport from a Visa Waiver Program country like Aus): https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/1132/~/citizen-of-visa-waiver-country,-wants-to-drive-into-u.s.-from-canada-or-mexico Hope that helps about 3 years ago

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    I am an Australian looking to move to Canada to work and travel, what are the best visa options?

    Hi Ella, If you're under the age of 31 you can still apply for the IEC (International Experience Canada) for up to 24 months. Read this page for further info: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/iec/eligibility.asp?country=au&cat=wh Hope that helps about 3 years ago

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    please i can't open my account can you help me please !!

    Hi Bochra, I've sent an email to the one registered to your account, which should allow you to reset your password. If that isn't the correct email address I'd suggest getting in touch with our contact centre and asking if they can help. Their details can be found on this page: https://www.worldnomads.com/contact-us Cheers, Pearse about 3 years ago

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    Can anyone recommend a good half day tour in Kyoto?

    Hi Anne, Not a tour as such but if you're looking to see the temples I'd recommend starting from Kyoto Station; there's a 500 yen all-day bus ticket and the staff at the tourist desk are extremely helpful. If you've only got half a day I would recommend trying for either the temples to the north (Kinkakuji for e.g.) or south (Inari-yama) as it might be hard to fit them all in. I covered all of the temples in 2 days using the local buses and found it quite easy to navigate, even if you can't speak any Japanese. Hope that helps! about 3 years ago