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Still in Victoria on the island of Gozo (Malta), a corner of Villa Rundle Gardens. The garden was named after the British General Leslie Rundle around 1915 and has a variety of native and imported trees giving visitors a shade from the sun. I took this picture on 9 October 2021 with my Samsung A50 phone.


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The distinction between the travel and expatriates sites is clear to long-time users, but it's not obvious to all first-time users, and they often post a good expatriates question on travel. To work around this, questions posted on the wrong site between travel and expatriates should be migrated, so the original URL becomes a redirect. Such questions should ...


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This is a small city park along the southern edge of downtown Anchorage, Alaska. It's dedicated to the English explorer, Captain Cook who visited long ago while on his final adventure.


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Kurhauspark in Wiesbaden, Germany photo taken on 9th Oct 21


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On the 12th of August last year I took this photo at Victoria Bay Park in Victoria (or Rabat) on the island of Gozo (Malta). Tomorrow I'm flying back there again for five days and I'm so happy!! 🇲🇹


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I think the proposed edit should have been approved. Addressing some of the concerns raised in the other answer: (concern that your edit prevents other from editing): If another user with the edit privilege wants to edit then they can review the proposed edit, approve or reject it and pass their own edit without having to wait for a second reviewer. This ...


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As a new to this site user, if not Stack exchange as a whole, you are asked not to do minor edits. I saw and still see this as minor edits. And while I see the 'once' as a real mistake, I am not sure adding 'risk' is needed at all. Yours was one of three suggested edits in the queue and I rejected two as 'too minor for someone who is new to Travel Stack ...


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I took this photo from just out of the gate of Lower Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, Malta, on the 26th of August last year, with my Samsung A50 phone. Actually, I can't believe I'm flying back there in four days from now, after three flights canceled in 2021!!


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Cyber Park, Marrakesch, 02.02.2019. Dozens of orange trees in there.


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That question seems at least vaguely travel-related, since it starts off talking about visas and tickets and says "emergency travel money," so it doesn't seem unsurprising someone might end up here to ask it. I agree it's not entirely a travel question and that the travel-related references are kind of unnecessary to the actual point, but since the ...


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The question, now migrated to Meta, was deleted by OP, as it was a duplicate of a much earlier question. As a relatively low rep user you can not see deleted questions, so you get the message you copied here. This is the question of which it was a duplicate (or at least the one picked, as that is a duplicate in itself.) Does the logo intentionally resemble a ...


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It would be nice if people who have voted to close would take a voice. Because closing on-topic question as off-topic because there's something wrong but other close reasons are hard to match is simply lazy. I feel your question is much to broad. With over 5000 airlines worldwide, and you asking for anecdotal evidence instead of regular policy, it's ...


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A scary looking dragon crossing the jogging path in Lumphini Park, Bangkok. Taken in April of this year with a Sony RX10M3 at ƒ/4, 1/250, 128.59 mm, and ISO160.


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I met this friendly dragon in a playground in Berlin, January 4, 2019.


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The view from Cemetery Overlook in the Presidio in San Francisco, with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge in the background, May 19, 2013.


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Along the Coulée verte in Paris, January 20, 2019.


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The questions are so much alike that they the difference between them might belong to a language site, it is too small for the travel site. You know US officers do sometimes stamp and other times do not stamp passports. The why is not really a travel topic, it is partly covered by the whether question and the rest will be more speculation than knowledge. The ...


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Ask yourself a question: Am I a tourist or not? If the stay goes belongs the tourist visa, it's crystal clear: you're not a tourist. You're a resident. The laws that apply to you are totally different, and to avoid the confusion, the separate Expatriates community was created.


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Expatriation and Travel are totally different. Travel is short-time and temporary. It's something you undertake to learn or experience something new, or just to take a break from your normal routine, and then return to your normal life, to your center of gravity. Expatriation, on the other way, is about changing your local routine by moving the center of ...


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Apparently, a scope of the site is not well defined. It's similar to the Expatriates. What disappoints me, is the vague assumption that everything that applies to the locals should be made off-topic. If consequently applied, it would lead to the absurd, because most of the questions about local attractions should be closed as off-topic - because they're ...


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