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9 hours ago, Matzzon said:

After soo many posts here, you would believe that fear of beeing denied entry would be one of the biggest. 

They should be denied entry.. Paranoia is catching.😬

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6 hours ago, taichiplanet said:

the only time i had lost luggage was visiting my Dad in rural Tasmania (read, middle of bl-oody nowhere!). I had to borrow some of his underpants for several days til they found my luggage in Melbourne. No son should have to endure that! Taught me a lesson, now in my carry-on I carry a spare shirt, socks and a couple of underdaks.

 

Might have to go back on my meds to stop the nightmares again. 😁

yeah, wearing your Dad's underwear is almost incestual lol..

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6 hours ago, Moonlover said:

Very few genuine tourists would be following the trails and tribulations 'border hoppers' through these pages. So why should 'once a year' tourist be concerned?

Same applies to the poster who said extortion by police/army is a concern.

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If you have you passport and wallet almost everything else can be dealt with or potentially avoided

The respondents are not checking their Tickets, passports, and wallets, frequently, before departure!!? I do!! Not getting on your flight surely has to be the biggest concern.

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Katoy or drunk monks.  Insane wives.  Taxi drivers.  Beggars.

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When travelling around my biggest fear is getting a puncture on my scooter.:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

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