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Best answer: If Macron doesn't change his oppressive policies, he'll be spending his retirement on Elba.

I’m from the US with an Oklahoma drivers license. Can I rent a car in Iceland when I travel there next spring? Im asking on Yahoo! Answers for a real person to answer, and not using a search engine like google or bing. Thank you and God Bless.

Best answer: According to Google maps it will take you 553 hours, although the route they´ve provided seems unnecessarily long =)

Any advice?

7 answers · 1 week ago
Looking for advise, I've recently book a holiday and then ultimately realised i haven't been on a plane for at least 12/13 years, Now whilst i'm very excited, i'm also very nervous? any advise on how to handle this?

Best answer: Iceland is counted as being part of Europe. Lots to see. Welcoming people. Well developed tourism industry. But..... eye wateringly expensive.

Best answer: MOM can be part of your walking adventure. Does not have to be side by side step by step. She might just be your driver taking you out in the morning and fetching you at night to take you to sleeping place. maybe she is moving your luggage from one sleeping place to the next one. Suggest you let mom participate... show more

Are there gay people in Antarctica?

6 answers · 2 weeks ago
Best answer: Sure. Given how many work there.

Is Tijuana the new Calais?

7 answers · 2 weeks ago

Best answer: Don't worry about not speaking German. Most Germans under 50 speak at least some English and many are fluent, especially those who work in travel-related jobs. Even German 'fast food' is better than in many places. I never got poor food in Germany, even in train station cafes.

What country you been too that didn't reach your expectations

Best answer: Could be.

Best answer: The average Joe can travel IF THEY WANT TOO. You may only have a few days or a week for your adventure each year or you save up for a longer thing every few years. You cannot do everything, you cannot see everything.You see nothing if you never go. You DO NOT have to only travel at the most expensive holiday time.... show more

Best answer: Australia's claims to Antarctica started with a claim to Enderby Land by the British in 1841 and this claim was transferred to Australia in 1933. Mawson's Australian Antarctic Expedition of 1911-1914 claimed a big chunk of what is now Australian Antarctic Territory and the BANZARE expedition, also under... show more

Best answer: Sure if your only going to each place once a year and you know how budget your money.