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    Dave
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    I had the same problem when I went to China a few years ago. My friend booked the hostel, so I didn’t have anything like that in my name. I sent through the booking confirmation that was in my friend’s name (direct to the embassy, in my case), and my visa was approved without any problems.
    Obviously I can’t say for sure if it’ll be the same for you, but make sure everything else is in order and hopefully you won’t have a problem.

    #495917 Reply

    Dave
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    Test Test Test.

    #495524 Reply

    Dave
    Keymaster

    Testing FAST

    #495523 Reply

    Dave
    Keymaster

    Testing now! Testing is fun.

    #495278 Reply

    Dave
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    Hey there – sorry to butt in, but can I ask what happened when you tried to add a profile picture? Sorry it didn’t work for you.
    – Dave

    #495236 Reply

    Dave
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    hdsimmons wrote:
    I'm planning to go to Borneo in May and the cheapest flight connects in Seoul which it seems has a great range of free stopover tours.

    I bloody love Seoul! Really amazing city! What kind of things can you see there on a stopover tour?

    #495124 Reply

    Dave
    Keymaster

    India has recently simplified its visa process, allowing people to get ‘e-visas.’ You apply on this website: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html, and it’s supposed to take around 4 days. They’ve cut the cost to £40 too!

    #494858 Reply

    Dave
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    Why hasn’t anybody invented the biscuit train yet?

    #494842 Reply

    Dave
    Keymaster

    Obviously I’m a bit biased, but you should definitely take a gap year if you think it’s right for you!

    #494840 Reply

    Dave
    Keymaster

    Organised group tours can be a great way to go if you’re worried about travelling alone. They take almost all the stress out of planning a trip and heading off. There’ll be plenty of other likeminded people on the tour so it’s pretty much impossible not to make friends, accommodation, transport etc. are all sorted for you, and you’re guaranteed to see all the best spots a destination has to offer!
    If nothing else it’s a great way to prepare you for travelling independently in future, if that’s what you want to do. You might even meet some future travel buddies on your tour!
    We offer a huge range of guided tours right here on gapyear.com, so maybe have a look at our Book section (https://www.gapyear.com/book) and see if anything takes your fancy. You can always give us a call or drop us an email and we’ll be happy to help with any other questions you have 🙂

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