When asking a taxi in THA to wait for me for a few minutes during a stop in our trip, is the taxi supposed to restart the meter or keep it running?

When asking a taxi in Bangkok, Thailand to wait for me for a few minutes during a stop in our trip, is the taxi supposed to restart the meter (starts at 35 THB) when I go back to the taxi, or keep the meter running?

We have a trip planned for June 30 to July 8 to the Azores, we have to cancel,

The answer is not clear.

This TAP page contains this text:

I want to change / cancel my trip:

Change or cancel your trip in advance.
Use Manage Booking to change your flight dates online without paying the exchange fee. There is no change fee per reservation.
Alternatively, you can request the issuance of a receipt for the value of the unused ticket. Proof will be sent by email and will be valid for a future purchase with TA.

The page says it applies to TAP tickets issued before May 15, 2020. However, the page also says that this "management plan" should be in effect until May 11, 2020.

Conclusion: The TAP page does not respond if a ticket purchased before May 15 can be exchanged for a coupon after May 11.

study trip to Israel and Palestine

good night. I would like to create a university thesis on the Darga karst aquifer located not far from Jerusalem. Due to the covid-19, traveling from Italy is very difficult. Are arrivals from my country still prohibited?

Paperwork – Refugee Trip to the UK

You need to apply for a visa. The United Kingdom does not issue visas at the border, and people using travel documents from the 1951 Convention are not eligible for visa-free entry, as the United Kingdom suspended their participation in the European Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees in 2003.

air travel – booking repeat round trip every weekend

I need to travel back and forth every weekend (leaving on Friday night and returning on Sunday night) to the same destination for many weeks in a row.

I will try to focus as much on one airline to maximize points and miles.

Aside from booking flights for many weekends when low fares are available, is there a way to book many trips and get some kind of volume discount from an airline?

Any other ideas would be great.

Thank you!

Can we take a trip down memory lane and remind ourselves how OBAMA failed the United States with its response to EBOLA?

Obama's bad decisions made Ebola spread to the US. USA, causing the infection of a total of 11 people, and one of them died.

Obama should have been CHARGED for his criminal negligence in handling Ebola.

Meanwhile, TRUMP is doing an excellent job of crushing the coronavirus. He knows how to defend the United States during pandemics.

What are the relationships between Agile, Lean, user trip mapping, design thinking, etc.

I am a self taught designer, and I learned about many of these concepts when I encountered them at different points during my design journey. These are quite interconnected, but sometimes they are used differently sometimes.

Right now I am at a stage where I am quite familiar with some but not others. I would like to know how you connect the dots between the following concepts, terms and methodologies.

Agile, agile, design thinking, storytelling, user travel mapping, user stories (as user …), HWM statements, product roadmaps

This may sound a bit broad. but I really appreciate your answer.

What is the relationship between Agile, Lean, user trip mapping, design thinking, etc.

I am a self taught designer, and I learned about many of these concepts when I encountered them at different points during my design journey. These are quite interconnected, but sometimes they are used differently sometimes.

Right now I am at a stage where I am quite familiar with some, while others are not. I would like to know how you connect the dots between the following concepts, terms and methodologies.

Agile, agile, design thinking, storytelling, user travel mapping, user stories (as user …), HWM statements, product roadmaps

This may sound a bit broad. but I really appreciate your answer.

Combat – Battle Master / Polearm Master / Push Maneuver / Trip / Boading

This is a comment rather than a question:

I built my first fighter in 5e. My focus is to make the player more interesting than to maximize his ability. Battlemaster has most of the maneuvering options. I took push, sting, and travel maneuvers.
I took the feats Polearm Master, Shield Master and Sentinal. I took Magical Initiate (Druid) with the Shillelagh. The 1-hand quarterstaff makes a d8 (even in an additional attack). Duels give +2 to hit.
Is that how it works:
1) The character enters the threat range and causes an attack of opportunity
2) Push the character 15 feet away: Sentinel makes his movement zero
3) Fifteen feet is enough to push people all over the place, even in wells or cliffs
4) In attack, close the distance, travel and attack with advantage
5) For good measure, push another 15 feet while prone
6) Quarterstaff (and spear) have no 5-foot debuff, unlike range weapons

Alternately, if the opponent is within 5 feet when your turn begins
1) Hitting with travel attack
2) Hitting with Goad Attack
3) Hit with push attack (while prone) and are 15 feet away
4) When they return, hit them with a reaction, reducing their speed to zero

As a good measure, a shield master can push the opponent 5 feet as an additional action, so once again, another way to move opponents and allow an opportunity to use your reaction if they get close again.

Accommodation – How can I convince Booking.com that I should not pay for a canceled trip?

They can do this, or will attempt to do so, because both the airlines and booking.com terms of service disclaim any responsibility, except to provide, respectively, an airplane seat and a hotel room. You will have accepted these terms when you purchased the ticket and reserved the hotel room.

This is far from ensuring that you can really take advantage of the flight or the room. Neither an airline nor a hotel will be responsible for determining if you can travel. There are too many use cases and itineraries to track, and the rules change frequently. Imagine tracking thousands of hotel passengers and guests whose eligibility may depend on citizenship, country of residence, type of passport or travel document, possession of visas to 3D countries, etc.

Because you were not able to immediately get a refund for your hotel room, your reservation was probably not refundable. In light of ongoing travel closings, the hotel may find it convenient to refund your payment, but there are no requirements in contract law or government regulations that require you to do so for a non-refundable reservation. Sometimes a new reservation may be offered for a different date or a coupon for the cost of a future stay. Again, these are also not necessary.

The terms and conditions of all airlines expressly stipulate that they are not responsible for problems related to passports, visas or the willingness or unwillingness of a country to allow it to enter or travel in its territory. That you cannot travel to the starting point, or that it is inadmissible in the country of destination, is not the responsibility of the airline.

Each traveler must assess whether the higher cost of a refundable ticket or room is worth the resulting peace of mind. Travel insurance can also be a useful investment. Many have canceled trips until the entry and travel situation has calmed down, which is likely to be many months into the future.

Please note that this response is directed at the situation where the customer wishes to cancel. If the hotel or airline cancels, on the other hand, the above discussion would not apply.