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Tips and tricks to travel outside your comfort zone. Join the community of travellers who are not afraid to explore further, ask questions, and share experiences. this chat is hosted by Agness and Cez who blog at eTramping and travel since 2011.

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#1 POPULAR Q&A
Ignas Pečiūra 9 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Berlin, Germany
What sights do you plan to visit whilst in Berlin? Or you'll decide on the spot? :)
Cycling around Alexanderplatz and the Berlin Wall, for sure. More in the video😊
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Ignas Pečiūra 9 months ago
Also, East Side Gallery is on everyone's list, but make sure to bike to Bernauer straße - it, in my opinion, is a more visually striking place to remember the wall.
Agness Walewinder 9 months ago
Ignas Pečiūra Thanks a lot. That is very helpful. There is nothing better than local tips from experts 😘. We are leaving at 10 am and should reach Berlin by 1 pm.
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How come you've decided to go to Luxemburg after Brussels? It's seems like a very unusual stop :)
It is on the way to Switzerland and that's such a small country that we just can't avoid it. We are also aiming for 50 visited countries by the end of this year and a short visit in Luxembourg helps a lot. 😀😎
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Claudia Tavani 9 months ago
Well done! Luxembourg is gorgeous
Agness Walewinder 9 months ago
Jason Goldberg we skipped the Bloody Sausage this time but we had some good coffee instead. Claudia Tavani Awesome pic! We will share our photos soon.
#3 POPULAR Q&A
Rucha Bhat 8 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi Agness and Cez,
I read about your blog about Prague and it is definately helpful. But was curious and had a few questions and thought it would be good to ask here,
1. Is it a good time to visit Prague in the month of May/June ?
2. Is it advisable to visit Prague during the festivals ? I am excited about the folklore festival which happens in July.
3. How much would it approximately cost us for a day where we have Food + beer, sightseeing ! This will be more of a backpacking trip.
4. Rent a bicycle and explore the city or walk and use public transport ?
5. Where would I find some great vintage stuff to shop ?

Thanks a ton already !!
Hi Rucha. Thanks for your questions. It's awesome you are going to Prague. I have been there many times, but never during the festivals, and always had a great time and memorable moments. Here are the answers to your questions: 1) May is beautiful in Prague, everything comes alive and you will definitely avoid many tourists who visit the city mainly between late June and early September. 2) Can't say much here but I bet yes. If you love festivals, why not experience one in Prague? 3) if you avoid dining out in city center areas, you can spend around 8 euros per meals/day, accommodation is around 8-15 euro, transportation should not cost you more than 3 euro per day. Beer is surprisingly cheap, less than 1 euro per pint so you can have a lot of it and still spend less than 20-30 euro per day. 4) Bike is always a great idea and we cycle a lot when visiting different cities. It's affordable in Prague, around 6 euro per day and you can cycle everywhere. 5) In the Old Town for sure, but it might be expensive. Try to google it.
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Rucha Bhat 8 months ago
Siham Aouinat have a great time !! :) And do share your travel/food stories when in prague!
Siham Aouinat 8 months ago
Rucha Bhat thank you 😊 I will 😃
#4 POPULAR Q&A
Sarvesh Sah 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
What are the top 10-12 things to do while in Syndey, Australia? Recommendation?
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Hey Sarvesh, thanks for asking! We have not been to Sydney yet but we're going next month. We've done a bit of research and have a couple of blog posts in eTramping written by fellow bloggers (http://etramping.com/tag/sydney).
The top 10 things we want to do there are:
- harbour shoreline
- Customs House
- Sydney Opera House
- Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Fort Denison
- Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens
- the Rocks
- ride a bike around Hyde Park
- Australian War Memorial
- Goat Island

Of course the list is longer and growing. Check back our channel in just over a month and you'll find plenty of recommendations.

Enjoy your trip!
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Sarvesh Sah 1 year ago
Thanks Cez Krol
#5 POPULAR Q&A
Snehal Sah Gupta 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
what are the water sports activities that can be done in Bali? suggestions
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You can go snorkeling and diving byt Bali is above all a surfing destination so don't miss it! You can also go jet skiing and we believe kayaking is also possible.
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Junisha Malkani 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hey Agness, would like to know the "do not miss" types experiences in Amsterdam and nearby while we are there for 3-4 days.
Hey Junisha! I am glad you're asking because Amsterdam is my favorite city! Don't miss the cheese museum where you can taste a great variety of Dutch cheese, including thr blue and purple one! Spot 2: choose one of the local markets - the flower ones are the best! I recommend sex museum and cycling in the Vondel Park!! Bagels and Beans restaurants rock so head there for a lunch!
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Hungry in Calgary 8 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Do you have any recommendations for where to eat in Split, Croatia? I'll be stopping there in a few weeks and I noticed you briefly visited as well!
Hey! Try Sexy Cow for breakfast if you want to grab something on the go. Location: Zrinsko-Frankopanska 6 and don't miss the Bokeria Kitchen and Wine Bar at Domaldova 8. They have amazing fish dishes.
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Hungry in Calgary 8 months ago
Thanks so much!
#8 POPULAR Q&A
Alan Montgomery 7 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
How do you understand road stands if they are in other countries?
HOST
Road signs are pretty universal, so yeah, mostly we understand them. In most cases they are self-explanatory so if you're planning a road trip abroad you don't need to worry about that.

Of course, there's an exception to every rule. Try finding your way in China :-D
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Sonal Malhotra 7 months ago
Ha ha
Hishyar Rasheed 7 months ago
Yes go to Thailand
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Junisha Malkani 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Across many places that you have travelled which has been the safest place (city/country)to travel?
North Korea. We were accompanied by 4 people: 3 guides and 1 driver all the time. It was just unthinkable to get hurt, get lost or get robbed. 😊
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Kibera in Nairobi Kenya 😊
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Tzy Ling Tan 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hello! Have you been to Osaka or Kyoto in Japan? If so, any tips for budget friendly dining? :-)
We have been to both cities and our top 1 tip is to find local sushi bars usually hidden in the corners of small streets. There are the best ones. Definitely avoid big restaurants with the same menu! Must try in Osaka is a restaurant called Tokisushi.
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Agness Walewinder 1 year ago
Jason Goldberg Agreed! Tzy Ling Tan You are welcome 👌😘
Ahmed Hussien 10 months ago
Nice live you have
I wish I can travail like you and get get fun or meet new people 😕
#11 POPULAR Q&A
Jean Yu 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi there! I am just wondering if you have been to Chiang Mai & Chiang Rai? If so, what are the best places you can recommend to visit? I am planning to go there in 3 months with my family. Thank you.
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Agness Walewinder 11 months ago
It's been my pleasure and I will enjoy Australia, cheers!
Jean Yu 11 months ago
If you are planning to visit Melbourne, it is the most liveable city in Australia with great art museums and exhibitions, as well as international cuisines and great coffee shops to start your day. I'll be happy to share my recommendations if you are curious about that place 😊
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Kushagra Sahu 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Which is the beat low cost hotel in sydney?
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We stayed at airbnb this time as it turned out to be the most affordable option!
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Where all you are you planning to go in New Zealand? What's the itinerary?
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Auckland is first as we have planned the bungee jump there!!! Then we are off to the Hobbit place nearby and then.... Well... We will see 😀
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
What are your upcoming travel plans? Anything exciting in April?
As always, Jason! We are going to the Maldives very soon and then Australia and New Zealand. That is going to be a big trip. Will you be around any of these places?
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
Let me know your Maldives dates and we'll see if possible to meet up! Not far from India.
Agness Walewinder 1 year ago
Jason Goldberg Once the dates are confirmed we will let you know👌😊
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
How long have you lived in China? What made you want to live there? Was it a difficult decision to move there?
HOST
Agness has been here a total of two years, kind of in and out few times. I've been around for 4 years.

the decision to come was random for me, but I stayed because I had an accident and couldn't walk for a few months. We've been treating China as a base, but soon we're going to move out for good, now that we're both focused on travelling as much as possible.
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Cez Krol 1 year ago
Agness, guinea pigs say the same thing...
Ignas Pečiūra 1 year ago
😂
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
is there any peculiar law in Auckland that one needs to be watchful about?
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Not that we are aware of. They are pretty relaxed.
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi! Would you recommend Frankenjura for non climbers? Just for touring? How did you get there? How many days do you recommend?
Hi Jason Goldberg Yes, we would highly recommend visiting Frankenjura even if you are not a big fan of climbing. You can have a lot of fun swimming there, getting some sun and a good local coffee as well as spend some time being surrounded by a beautiful nature. This region has the highest density of breweries anywhere in the world so sipping a beer in a local pub is one of must-do activities 😊. You would need to drive there but you can fly to Munich Airport- it's less than two hours drive. We recommend at least one full day of exploring the area plus a day of climbing/active rest. Are you planning to visit Frankenjura anytime soon and are you a climber yourself?
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Lyf&Spice 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
(revised post)
Hi guys.. m planning to head to Vietnam in June..
Duration: 8 days (including travel)
People travelling: 2
Route: Kuala Lumpur- Hanoi
: Danang- kuala lumpur
How do I plan my itinerary around this? Plz suggest.
HOST
Hey Lyf and Spice!
First of all, you will love your journey in Vietnam. taking into consideration only 6 days as 2 days you'll probably spend on the airports, planes and fighting the jetlag, we recommend you discover Hanoi (1day), halong bay (2 days), tam coc (near Ninh Binh, don't miss it, it's stunning, 1 day), hoi an / hue / da nang(select one, 1 day), and you'll have enough time to add something there. This is also the order in which we recommend seeing these places.

you will truly love your trip. please let us know if you have any more questions and share some photos/stories after coming back
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Lyf&Spice 11 months ago
Oh brilliant!! Thanks a ton. This is really helpful.
Lyf&Spice 11 months ago
Will get back to you with lotsa new travel stories. :)
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Yovent Thén 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
is it similar between North and South Korean food?
That's a good question, Yovent Thén. We found North Korean food less salty and spicy than South Korean cuisine. In South there were more fruits and vegetables available to us and also, North Koreans love to add extra sugar whenever possible. Both countries serve great grilled meat and rice. In North we ate more bread and dumplings than in South and drank more fizzy drinks with our meals. Cold noodles tasted awesome in Pyongyang and that was the best food we've tried so far on our journey 👌😀
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Yovent Thén 1 year ago
Thank you for the information. Just wondering visit there sometime
Marwam Elkurbo 1 year ago
Good morning
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Travoxi VR 2 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Kerala, India
what is your opinion about virtual tourism.?
HOST
I read so many articles written by fellow travel bloggers that it feels like I'm a virtual tourist sometimes.

I have not tried to go to a place using VR glasses yet, though, so I have no opinion.

do you have any experience with virtual tourism?
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Junisha Malkani 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
What safety measures do you take before traveling to a new destination?
Hi Junisha. Knowledge is the most important so we do a research before visiting a new destination. If you educate yourself, you are less likely to get yourself into a trouble and you will feel much safer. 😊🙌 Where are you planning to go?
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Terry L B. 1 year ago
I've visited the Netherlands and absolutely loved it just be careful to navigate the bicycle lanes when walking the bicyclists are so fast I almost stepped into one without looking.
Junisha Malkani 1 year ago
Thanks Terry L B. 👍
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Kushagra Sahu 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Can you suggest a good resort to stay in Maldives?
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We highly recommend the Canopus Retreats on Thulusdhoo island where we sent over a week doing some awesome excursions!!💙 Check out our blog post https://etramping.com/living-dream-maldives/ to find out more about our experience.
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#23 POPULAR Q&A
Miah Musa 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
What you like to do all the weekends
Thanks for your question. Find the answer in the video 😊😀
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Tunde Ayodeji 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi, I'm a Nigerian who wants to travel to live and work in a foreign country.
I want you to advise me on the choice of country. Also, I want you give me tips on how to get a visa.
Thanks.
HOST
Hey Tune! Thanks for a great question, please find the answer in the video:-)
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Tunde Ayodeji 1 year ago
Hi Irfan, where are you from
Irfan Rath 1 year ago
Pakistan
#25 POPULAR Q&A
Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
what are the must do and must see places and things while in Melbourne?
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You definitely need to do a cafeteria hopping, visit Melbourne's hipster area and go to the art museum.
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
Thanks Agness
Agness Walewinder 11 months ago
😘😘
#26 POPULAR Q&A
Alan Montgomery 7 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
If you go to Europe and you need a schengen visa. do you get one visa for all the countries you intend to visit or separate visas
Hi Alan. You can get either but in most cases you will be given a visa for all European countries as there are no borders in between. Planning to visit Europe soon? Come see us in Gdansk! ☀️
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Rachel Ann 9 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
How do you balance working out and being healthy while you travel?
Hey Rachel. We try our best to hit full body workout 2/3 times a week. We either find a local gym or just go for a HIIT/tabata split somewhere outside. In some cases, we work out in our room with some mixed YouTube videos. Also, we are active during the day when travelling - cycling, hiking. As for the diet part, we keep a balance between eating local food and going for healthy options. What's your secret?
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Kushagra Sahu 9 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Is it a good time to visit Amsterdam?
It's always a good time to visit Amsterdam, but the best season is definitely summer. You can cycle around the city while enjoying some local treats and admiring the beautiful canals! 🌼🌻❤️
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
where is preferred to stay in Melbourne - CBD or outskirts?
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It really depends on your budget and preferences. If you can afford staying in CBD, then go ahead, you will love it. The city center is vivid and very creative so there are plenty of activities and parties to do and attend. If you don't mind the noise and loud music, that would be a perfect spot to stay at. However, if you value peaceful and calm places, get a hostel outside the city center. It will be easy to get around everywhere on foot and you can pay less and enjoy a bit less hectic atmosphere. Up to you! 😀
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Do you check bags when you travel or only carry hand luggage?
We try to travel as lite as possible so hand luggage for sure is more than enough for us 😊😊
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
What activities have you planned to try/do while in Maldives?
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Hey man! We have just finished snorkelling ans it was a great experience! 🐡👌☀️ Admiring the reef was on top of our list for the Maldives! We are now going to do some kayaking and perhaps surfing a bit. Tomorrow tgere is some diving scheduled so it should be fun!
Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
Did you learn diving there or you are an expert in it? How costly/cheap is it for diving there w.r.t. other places diving is feasible?
Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
You did snorkeling and saw the reef..is it same as corals? I was under the impression that one has go deeper to see corals..
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Jason Goldberg 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
North Korea
What was the most unexpected part of your North Korea trip?
HOST
The most shocking was the fact that our tour guides had better smartphones than us. Nobody checked anything when we were coming in or leaving the country. And that our guides were regularly travelling abroad and were fully aware of most of the things that happen outside of North Korea
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
What's preferred - hotels, Airbnb or couch surfing? Which ones are you using in New Zealand?
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We love both but for New Zealand we chose to stay at the hostel. We want to meet people, get some interesting interactions going and be surrounded by foreign travelers to share our experiences with.
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Aprajita Pankaj Mehta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi! What's the present temperature in Maldives , will you recommend this season to go there ?
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Hey Aprajita! The weather in the Maldives was very good. There was a bit of rain every day which was a good thing considering how hot it can get. We recommend this season of the year, especially if you are a surfer!
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Aprajita Pankaj Mehta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Total budget for Australia and how many days does it require ?
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You can stay in Australia as long as you want but definitely more than 2 weeks as there are plenty of interesting cities, towns and sightseeing spots to visit. Australia is quite expensive, we must admit so prepare yourself to spend at least AU$50 a day if you like coffee, supermarket food and planning to stay at hostels, but you can't smoke and you can't drink on a budget here. Cigarettes and alcohol are very expensive!! We are lucky we live healthy lifestyle but we spend here quite a lot of money on good coffee and healthy food :-)
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Gol Man 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Where is the best place to stay in Iran
Hey Gol. We have not been to Iran yet, but we highly recommend checking out My Wanderlust blog where Kami, a fellow travel blogger, fully talks about her travels there.
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
what are the fun activities that can be done in Auckland?
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We have done bungy jump and it was an amazing experience. You can also visit the Hobbiton movie set nearby Auckland and visit few galleries and museums.
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
Thank you
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
What are the top must do's for a trip to Melbourne, Australia? How many days to reserve for Melbourne out of 2 weeks Australia trip?
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We are going to Melbourne next month so we will share our tips and recommendations with you soon. 😘
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
Awesome..have a great trip :)
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Kushagra Sahu 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
I am planning to go hiking. What are the things that I should take with me?
Hey Kushagra! It depends on how intensive your hiking will be and how long it will take. For a day of hiking make sure you pack some food (healthy snacks such as nuts, chocolate bars, fresh and dried fruits and meals you can have on the way, for example sandwiches), plenty of water, your camera and some clothes depending on the weather. If it's sunny, use sunscreen and cover your head with a cap, if it's going to be cold/windy/rainy, pack some warm clothes and the waterproof jacket. The most important is to keep yourself hydrated and enjoy the hike!!!
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Kushagra Sahu 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
What are the top 10 must visit places in Sydney?
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These would be our picks: Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour, The Rocks, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Tower, Sydney Beaches, the Blue Mountains (outside of the city but so worth the travel effors) and visiting Cafes around the city!
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David Griffin 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Really interesting channel Cez. So where's next after China?
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hi David! We are going to the Maldives next, then Australia and New Zealand. And you?
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Rachel Ann 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
hi etramping! what is your dream destination right now?!
Hey Rachel! Antarctica and we hope to make it there next January💪👌!!!
It's owsme question & reply..mee too lovely
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Zlatko Skrtic 1 year ago
GUEST QUESTION
Happy Easter!
Stetan Uskrs!
for all people in all world!
Thanks a lot and Happy Easter to you too!
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Puneet Khushwani 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Can you please recommend places which I could consider to visit in mid of July. I would be starting my travel from Pune, India with my wife for 4 to 5 days to mark our first wedding anniversary. Just want to make it special for her 😀
HOST
First of all, congratulations! It's amazing that you really put a lot of thought into planning it to be special for her.

We have not been to Pune, but Taj Mahal would be a great place for this occasion, it's all about love there after all!
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
what do I need to pack when trekking in Tibet?
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Comfortable trekking shoes, clothes that would be suitable for the weather (warm if it's cold and lite when it's sunny, don't forget to pack a raining coat just in case), plenty of water and some snacks (dried fruits and nuts, some sandwiches).
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Nidhi Kanagat Nath 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi !
Does anyone here ever visited ireland ? Wanted to understand if there are 2 separate visas required to explore the country.
what I have found out is that I need irish visa for republic of ireland(central n south) and UK visa for nothern ireland. Does this hold true for Indian passport?
Hey! We haven't been to Ireland yet so we can't help but go to citizensinformation.ie for more info.
Nidhi Kanagat Nath 12 months ago
thanks.. will check it out now
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
What are the most important things to consider while planning any vacation?
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1) Budget 2)Location 3)Activities preference
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Cameron Rogers 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
How do you decide how much planning to do for a trip ahead of time?
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It really depends on your travel destination. Some countries require visas that you have to apply for at least 4 weeks in advance or in other cases you need to prepare for the trip financially (Antarctica), mentally (North Korea) and maybe physically if you aim for Mount Everest climbing. But in overall, we would say 1 month if you're an advanced traveller, 2 months plus if it's your first time and a week or less if you want to be like us haha! 😀😂
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Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Has anyone traveled Israel? Please share the experience as well as the Visa process.
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We have been there in 2009 and getting the visa was easy. We got the stamp at the border but that may have changed. It also differs for each nationality so check it out for yourself on Google. 😘
Sarvesh Sah 12 months ago
Alright. Thanks Agness Walewinder
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Snehal Sah Gupta 11 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
which is the best season to go to Tibet?
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If you only take weather into consideration, April to October or summer to autumn is the best to visit Tibet. At this time, the weather is not too harsh and most areas of Tibet are accessible. Are you planning to go there soon? It's a wonderful place!
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Gol Man 12 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
I was wondering if I need to cover my hair if I travel to Iran and Afghanistan. And how safe it is for one girl back packing there.
We haven't been there yet but we have recently found out that hair should be covered if you are a female.