[Source]. Maaaaaybe. Or just about the same length. I go once in a while to Labuan, off the coast of Borneo. It's a bit out of the way, so there are only a couple of ways to go there, via Kuala Lumpur or Kota Kinabalu. So from Hong Kong, it's either HKG>KUL, KUL>BKI, BKI>LBU, 3 … Continue reading The shortest commercial flight I’ve experienced was Honolulu to Maui which lasted 28 minutes. Have you experienced a shorter commercial flight (that is in regular service)?
[Source]. Another of those assumptions made out of thin air... A "valid" visa is not an unconditional right to enter a country. It's a piece of paper (or electrons) that says you're eligible to go all the way up to... the immigrations counters. The immigration officer is the one who'll make the decision. You can … Continue reading What happens if I’m hiking long-distance and cross an unmarked international border with a valid visa?
[Source] You must be living in the wrong country... In some places, the internet is a marvellous thing that enables you to shop online, including for duty-free products. Airlines and duty-free shops have web sites that present their portfolio and allow you to buy their good, prepaying for them, and deciding when and where to … Continue reading Why don’t we have more online duty free? (payment done online)
[Source] That'd be Paris-Seoul and back. But, Uncle Didier, you say, it ain't that long! Surely you jest... Nope. I dinna say when that was. Until June 30, 1990, flights from Paris to Seoul flew west, to Anchorage, then Tokyo, and finally Seoul. Bloody murder for the body. 24 hours plus. Plus you could stretch … Continue reading What is the longest non stop flight you’ve been on?
[Source] As a rule of thumb, the best lounges in an airport, if any, are those of the local airline[s]. Pretty logical, as a local airline has more incentive to invest in its image (towards premium and frequent travellers) in its hub, rather than overseas. There are cases where an airline does have a stunning … Continue reading What are the best airline lounges in Hong Kong International Airport?
[Source]. There are a few countries that give one-year visas (or longer), although this depends on your citizenship. They may or may not be the easiest countries to deal with, though. I won't bother listing countries that let you do visa runs (ie you come in on a visa waiver, stay the full length, then … Continue reading How do I get a long-term visa from an Asian country (such as Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam etc.) as a freelancer (earning money via internet having multiple small revenues)?
[Source]. Plenty. But really, why would you think a US passport alone would allow you into a foreign country!?!? There you go. From Wikipedia.
[Source]. Let's start with the two answers on Quora, by total idiotic asshats, who HAD to open their traps. I’m not sure I have ever heard of that. Are you talking about traveling globally while working for a wine retailer? There’s no such aspect of the wine and spirits industry Hey, asswipes, I understand you're … Continue reading How does one get into global travel retail in the wine and spirits industry?
[Source]. Probably Luang Namtha [LXG]. An airport in northern Laos, not far from the border with China, it has, AFAIK, one flight per day, to and from Vientiane. This flight is sometimes cancelled or merged with the thrice-weekly flight from Muang Xay [ODY]. I know I have photos, but can't find them now. The reason … Continue reading What is the smallest international airport you’ve walked into?
Source. Without more details, are questions on Quora are wont to be, it's hard to ascertain exactly what the asker wanted, but I can answer with my own version and interpretation: The best tax situation for a digital, or analog, no-mad, is not to pay tax. But my dear Sir, you ask, how can that … Continue reading What is the best tax situation for a digital nomad?