Tag Archive: travel problems

Dec 08

How to get from the main Bangkok Airport to Don Muang Airport

  Many travelers are currently looking for up to date information concerning how to transfer between Bangkok’s two airports: Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang. In this travel tip we will explain the main way to get between both airports. Undoubtedly more people are now concerned with this transfer as Air Asia, the popular low cost airline …

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Aug 05

Entering Qatar with an Israeli stamp in the Passport

  A common worry for travelers who have visited Israel is if they will have any problem entering Qatar with an Israeli stamp in their passport.   This seems to be a problem that is slowly losing importance since at least in the international airport in Tel Aviv, Israeli authorities are no longer stamping passports …

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Jun 22

Is there a reason to be concerned about Zika when traveling in Costa Rica?

  The recent spread of Zika throughout the Americas will of course be cause of concern to one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region: Costa Rica. The question is: “does Zika virus pose a concern to travelers here?” The short answer is yes, but we will explain more about what that means …

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Jun 07

Seven tips to fight Jet Lag and maybe not be affected at all by it

Jet Lag is something many travelers fear and even when it is real there are some tips that can help us to minimize or not to be affected at all by this condition. Jet Lag is a group of physiological signs and symptoms that affect people when they travel across a number of time zones. …

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Apr 10

Where can U.S. Citizens get a Visa for Turkey?

Passport requirements: United States citizens entering Turkey for tourism need to purchase a visa in order to enter. The tourist visa is good for up to 90 days and it requires an original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay in Turkey, with at least one blank visa page available for a Turkey visa stamp. Amendment …

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