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Mekong Speedboat to Vietnam

Right from jump street we know that today’s going to be a race. Everything always turns into a race. We’ve got a bus at 8:30 am back to Phnom Penh which will presumably drop us off around 12:30, from there we need to find the port where we can grab the boat we reserved to get out of the country and down the river to Vietnam for 1:30. 2,131 more words

3. SEA

The big Indochina trip: the workaround 

I didn’t want to overstay my visa So the first step for getting the bike into Laos was extending it. I know people from some countries, among them Sweden, can enter Vietnam on a visa exemption for fifteen days. 919 more words



Panama Hat factory and museum

Small artist shop before Quilotoa

Quilotoa crater lake

Swing on Quilotoa lake

Hike around Quilotoa

Wildflowers while hiking the Quilotoa loop… 1,526 more words

South America

Latest news for Visas on Arrival

As of 19 September 2016, the Malawian government has withdrawn the requirement for people requiring a Visa on Arrival to apply for a Visa letter in advance (see https://bradtmalawiupdate.wordpress.com/2016/08/22/visas-on-arrival/). 151 more words

Trade Facilitation and Development

Trade facilitation reforms improve a country’s trade competitiveness and the effectiveness of border agencies. In addition, they can directly help advance development goals such as strengthening governance and formalizing the informal sector. 174 more words

Border Crossings


To get to Copacabana from Cusco, you need to take two buses, one to Puno, then a second across the border to Copacabana. Having taken  the night bus, I got into Puno at 5 am. 588 more words

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