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July 13, 2007

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Nick Golden

Another beneficial travel tool is http://www.virtualtourist.com. This site has tips from locals and tourists from just about anywhere in the world such as; things to do, local customs, warnings or dangers, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, transportation, shopping, sports, packing lists, off the beaten path, excursions and general tips. Fantastic site to 'know before you go'.

Dan Hull

You are not in St. Louis anymore. Be safe. And an ashtray from the Mandarin Oriental hotel would be good....or something.

Jay

I completely agree with you on Onesuite part. I've been using Onesuite also for my long distance calls and aside from being cheap and reliable, they also got VoIP feature added with the service and you can use the same account.

So now I can also call using a computer that is connected to the internet at a lower rate. Another reason to stick with Onesuite.

Josh

I'm also a light packer, at the most I only bring 2 pair of shoes, 1 sandals, 3 pants, about 7 shirts and 7 undies and socks for a week trip.

Sometimes I also bring my notebook with me which weigh about 2 kilos only.

You mentioned Onesuite and I've been a user also for the past few years. You can use it in Europe, South America, Australia and some parts of Asia. Now that they added voip, if I have my notebook with me and internet access then I can call from anywhere.

Erika

Well I do travel light actually.

Just the exact clothes, my laptop and credit cards. I dont have a cell phone so I use Onesuite prepaid card also in hotels or pay phones if ever I need to make some phone calls.

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