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Traveling abroad doesn't need to be expensive. The key is to travel to countries where the cost of living is lower than your home country.
Thinking about renting a motorbike on your next holiday in Thailand? Here are a few tips to help you understand and expect
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You notice the sweet smell of dragon fruit blossoms as you take a stroll down the street to fill up your water bottles (you'll get sick if you drink the tap water). You aren't sure what the latest fall fashions are, and you don't really care.
The country "does not comply" with U.S. safety standards, the FAA says.
What they say about Thailand being the "land of smiles" is not hype. And if you love Thai food ("real" Thai food, not the Americanized versions), super inexpensive massages, vibrant nightlife, and a very favorable exchange rate with the U.S. dollar, Bangkok is bang on.