Visa requirements and document checklists are a tricky subject when it comes to travel and tourism. On one hand, most of this information is public. On the other – it is often hidden deep in government websites, or not available in English, etc.
Visa List is an excellent website with a really easy user interface, which presents all that information and more for 238+ countries.
Over the years, I’ve seen quite a few of similar videos, but I think this is the funniest of them all! Given how seriously airlines take safety, I hope this flight attendant is not fired or punished any other way. Because, unlike all those regular instructions, people will actually listen to these, and, on top of them, will actually remember…
As some of you already know, I’ve spent most of this week in London, UK. My first and only time in London was back in 2009, when I went there for a PHP conference (see this post, and this post).
This trip was very different. I stayed longer than the last time. I was mostly for business. I had much less time to explore the city as a tourist. So I thought I’d write it up, in case I case I need to remember some of it later.
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The New York Times runs “36 Hours in Cyprus” article, which introduces the rest of the world into the good side of Cyprus. Particularly cool of them to mention “To Theatraki” cafe, which is one of the many places where I consumed numerous pints. Happy hours indeed!