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Tripologist When boarding our plane in Singapore, our two litres of alcohol were confiscated. Can you please tell me what the story is with duty-free?
Tripologist My husband and 10-year-old son are travelling to Japan. They wish to climb Mount Fuji. Do you have any advice on the Mount Fuji climb?