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I have met many well travelled blithering idiots.
The kind that think your life is worth much less if you didn’t move to America for a summer, travel the Asias with a caboodle of college buddies. If you didn’t enlighten yourself mid train ride across Western Europe, country by country growing ever wiser. The kind of folk that did will remind you with an insightful quote under a picture of their arse on a beach in Australia that Life is a book, and if you don’t travel, you read only one chapter. And to be honest, that’s simply untrue.
Your currency is not worth less if you are happy where you are, or unhappy where you are right now but can’t yet manage to get out of there. Screw the pressure to fuck off to Canada for a year. The pressure to go far, for a long time. The pressure…
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The beautiful Hanoi is the capital city and the biggest among the five municipalities of Viet Nam. Hanoi city offers many exciting and beautiful sights. From their night markets to their temples and museums, Hanoi has almost everything for every wanderer like me.
One of the many things that amazed me during my days in Hanoi is their book streets. Yes, bookworms! They have book streets. There are few streets in Hanoi where they were lined up with small bookstores. The tour guide pointed out one of them in which all the stalls on that street sell photocopies of books. Yeah! I know they are illegal, but isn’t it interesting to have an entire street that sells those? No worries, though. There’s also a street who sells the publisher printed books.
Another one of the book streets that caught my attention is located at Pho 19 Tháng 12 street.
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I have an international trip coming up, the flight back has a 10.5hr layover in Miami overnight. Can I leave the airport to go sleep at a hotel? Do I have to claim my checked bags or do I leave them at the airport? What happens in these situations?
I’m a US citizen.