A to Z of Destinations
Australia, NZ and South Pacific
A to Z of Experiences
Walking and trekking
Diving and snorkelling
Wildlife and safaris
Meet the locals
Frontier and expedition
Cycling and Mountain Biking
Visiting the Poles
Career breaks and BIG trips
Body and soul
Volunteer and conservation
Australia, East Coast
Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail
Everest Base Camp
Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian railway
Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights
Climb Mount Kilimanjaro
Cruising the Nile, Egypt
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Top tip! Always have a native speaker check your visa when you have I, if it's not written in Latin script. One of middle names is James, and on my Russian visa, while my Christian, surname, and one of my middle names was correct, they had put a completely different name in instead of James. Clearly, I don't read Cyrillic, so I wouldn't have known had it not been for a Russian-speaker who noticed and I had to get it corrected. I could have arrived at the border and they may have refused me.
Getting an India visa is further complicated by the fact that the photo can't be more than 25k pixels or it won't upload. My system simply wouldn't process that poor a photo (the smallest it would save was 1.5 megapixels) and I had to pay $50 to have it scaled back and loaded onto a DVD at the Federal Express office.
Also here is the 70th independence day speech from prime minister of India. And various other interesting things on this Independence day 15 August 2016.
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