Pearse

Pearse

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    ESTA (visa waiver) question

    Hi Adam, I know this question is a bit dated, however I thought I'd answer in case you or other travellers need to know in future. The ESTA is not the same as a visa, it is a pre-visa check which the US requires for foreign visitors wanting to access the Visa Waiver Program. Typically an ESTA, once approved, lasts for 2 years or until the passport you applied for expires. It can be used for multiple entries within that period provided your information/status hasn't changed. The 90 days from the visa waiver program starts from first entry, but if you went back with a fair buffer time between visits, and an eligible ESTA, it should restart as you would technically be getting a new visa upon arrival. More information can be found on these sites: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/ https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/visit/visa-waiver-program.html over 2 years ago

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    do I need a transit visa for Thailand and then malaysia

    Hi tracy, I realise this question is a bit old but if you still needed to know, it looks like UK nationals will get a visa on arrival for both countries, so you shouldn't need any transit visas before flying. Check out these links for more information: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/thailand/entry-requirements https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/malaysia/entry-requirements over 2 years ago

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    Can I cover all my family members of 6

    Hi Kalyana, Ask a Nomad is a forum where you can access advice and information for your trip from other travellers. For questions relating to World Nomads insurance, it's best to contact the service team directly so they can provide specific advice. You can find their details on this page of the site: www.worldnomads.com/contact-us Cheers, Pearse over 2 years ago

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    How do i apply for the japan photography competition. link will not work?

    Hi Fayth, It sounds like the form isn't accepting the application, is it possible your images are above the 1 MB per photo limit? If this isn't the problem please email scholarships@worldnomads.com and they will reply directly to assist. Cheers, Pearse over 2 years ago

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    I want to work with your Photographer, Is there a chance?

    Hi guys, For any questions you have on the photography scholarship to Japan, please read through this page: https://www.worldnomads.com/learn/travel-photography/scholarship/2016/ If you can't find the answer you are looking for (after checking the FAQ page!) then you can email scholarships@worldnomads.com for more information. over 2 years ago

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    How much number of winner is?

    Hi Mohammed, The 2016 photography scholarship will have only one winner. For any scholarship questions please see the opportunity page (below). If there's anything you need after reading the info on that page, you can comment or email scholarships@worldnomads.com. https://www.worldnomads.com/learn/travel-photography/scholarship/2016/ Cheers, Pearse over 2 years ago

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    Traveling to Dubai with girlfriend, but we are from different nations. Is that ok if we share a share a room in hotel

    Hey Charles, This question has been asked a few times before, check the answers given so far here: https://answers.worldnomads.com/questions/united-arab-emirates/22181/im-going-to-dubai-with-my-boyfriend-are-we-allowed-to-share-a-room-im-nervous-and-would-love-to-hear-some-of-your-experiences over 2 years ago

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    how much money per day should I budget for Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos?

    Hi Jessica, Of course it depends on what you're doing and what kind of accommodation you're staying in, but in general I would plan for US $50 per day for all expenses (activities, transport, accom etc.). Some days you'll be hard pressed to spend more than $30, especially in Laos as it's quite a bit cheaper than the other two. Hope that helps! Pearse over 2 years ago