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Tips for travel to hot spots

Tips for travel to hot spots
So you’ve booked a flight to Thailand, and now you’re hearing news reports about protests in Bangkok. What do you do? When traveling to destinations where political or social unrest may occur, it doesn’t mean you have to cancel your trip (or spend the entire time holed up in your hotel room). I’ve traveled to China during SARS (I reasoned that I was coming from Toronto), to Nepal during Maoist uprisings and to Thailand last year during protests in Bangkok. I don’t consider myself a risk-taker...
February 22nd, 2010 | Vawn | Read More | Comments: 0
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