Here in Myanmar ^ Absolutely this
The most minor of creases, a tiny mark, a folded corner - and it will not be accepted anywhere in the country.
A few private money changers may take a nearly pristine note, but will hit you on the exchange rate.
An ongoing frustration for expats and locals...
It's interesting how everyone views the current situation. Some view it as meaning that bargain travel will be available once travel restrictions ease - but there is something else to be aware of.
As jb747 said, airlines and their seat availability will be significantly reduced.
For my two...
I remember those well.
I was a prolific letter writer in the 90's as I worked in remote areas for long periods (google "Montebello Islands"
and relished the weekly mail delivery by floatplane.
When I started working in Asia, the same applied.
Aside from the games that SQ and other airlines gave...
Great post @juddles
Totally my era too, for the start of my younger travelling life.
Recently I was reminiscing with a similar aged friend. We were trying to work out how we actually found and booked accommodation (nineties to early 2000's)
I remember WOTIF was the first OTA for hotels I used...
I was doing a lot of flying on Malindo last year or so between KUL & HKT, KUL & BKI
I'll see if I can dig out the photos took on board.
Can't remember it seeming lower - but I live full time in SE Asia and haven't flown an Australian carrier for years, so no way of...
Aside from your browser history, have you checked your YouTube history? I find that easier for videos, as you get thumbnails which can remind you.
Secondly, can you remember if it was a long or short video?
And what else you remember from the video besides cowboy boots
No need to clear immigration. On arrival, head to one of the Transfer Counters inside the terminal. Give them your baggage tags and the onward flight details and they'll arrange the bags to be intercepted and re tagged for the onward flight.