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9. Why are some country pages empty?
Every route and every country reviewed has a lot of work behind it. We do a lot of research and try many of the routes ourselves, to be able to give you information that is as accurate and concise as possible. Because of this, we would rather refrain from posting false or unverified information just to keep the site going.
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11. I have found some incorrect information on the site
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12. The approximate price you display is very different from the actual price
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13. Can you help me book a plane ticket or recommend an airline so that I can go visit my grandmother this Christmas?
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14. Why do you always display prices in several currencies?
Our editorial policy is to always display prices in local currency as well as their Pound Sterling and US Dollar equivalent for international reference. For example for a route review between Barcelona and Tangiers we will display prices in Euros, Moroccan Dirhams, Pounds and US Dollars.
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■ Use tags that describe the essential ideas or things that define your post.
■ You must use a minimum of one tag, up to a maximum of six tags.
■ If possible, use existing tags from our database.
■ Only Apprentice level users or higher can create new tags.
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■ There is no need to hyphenate "-" multiple words tags, e.g. group travel, Air France, Rio de Janeiro.
■ Answers and comments do not carry tags.
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