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Buying crab in Sihanoukville can be a nightmare for the novice, but as long as you go in with a game plan and keep your guards up, you can still come out unscathed. Now, you’ll need to be prepared and bring along either a 500ml or 1L bottle of water; make...
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    How to Get Over Jet Lag Quicker

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    How to Make Your Dog Comfortable When Traveling Overseas

    Bringing your dog along for the move to another country is a scary thing. But if you think it’s scary for you, it’s worse for your dog. There are a lot of unfamiliar noises and sensations they will experience and they won’t understand exactly what is happening. If you...
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    Save Money on Flights the Untraditional Way

    We’ve all been there. Playing around online, maybe day dreaming about some exotic location we’d like to visit. When out of nowhere, you run across some airline website or consolidator search website like Expedia with some unbelievably cheap price. Maybe you start thinking to yourself, “hey I can afford...
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    Bringing your dog along with you to live in another country may seem like a daunting task. If you’ve found this web page, then you’re probably already waste deep in useless drivel about how hard it is, advertisements for dog shipping companies, and these seemingly legit websites that will...

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