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2023.05.31 13:38 tellingthetruth2023 JAMES HAYWARD - CAREER CRIMINAL - PROFESSIONAL SCAMMER

I replied to an earlier thread but think people need a reminder and up to date non exhaustive list of the latest activities since the last prison stint.
UPHORIA PAYOUTS - There will be no payouts - just FUD from your CEO James Hayward - 6 months in now of empty promises of refunds 'on their way'.
The only payout that will be made is for James Hayward and another 5* experience for the Quirk-Hayward scam enterprise under the belt for the current half term school holidays with their child.
Must have spent a fortune on websites by now James lets face it I've seen a few already.
How much money have you laundered now since you came out of prison in 2019 ?
Under how many fake names / aliases ?
Websites ? jeez I'd love to see how many of these you have registered.
Cryptos 10 plus by now at least
Crypto Games ?
Stolen Credit cards (I've seen three)
Charities you've ripped off ?
Bank Accounts - Don't get me going on this one (more details soon)
Third Parties
Registered Companies (Ones in your name and fake names)
Fake Crypto Tokens for property investment x 2
Fake Crypto Exchanges ? a few of these isn't there !!!
People's actual genuine businesses and Livelihoods you've ripped off or robbed
Racing Teams you've conned, manipulated (now lost your race licence)
the 5 plus race cars you've purchased in the last three years and converted into race cars using investors funds. (lots of pictures of these)
The entertainment and holidays, business class flights, the boats you've chartered to entertained people, host events, (fully catered) 5* accommodation rented to host events. (see reddit posts for evidence on these).
Multiple vehicles you've owned Range Rover, Convertible Red 3 series BMW, The M4 and the Aston Martin DBX (all of which we have pictures of).
your £1.5 million budget 'Su Quirk approved' for your racing team you wanted to build.
People who have taken you to court already! Few of these aren't there
Ones that are pending (There are a few)
Cash you've taken from people that have trusted you.
Money Laundering for drug dealers
Money laundering through bitcoin ( Have evidence).
Stolen Bitcoin
Money Laundering safety deposit boxes
Money Laundering through crypto
Money laundering for the fun
Dragging peoples lives down for the fun of it just because you can.
Using the Dark Web
Selling Drugs ? Accessing guns ?
Threatening people / Death threats
Benefit fraud ? Quite a bit of this
Fake insurance claims
Fake payslips / Fake rental agreements for properties you've had
Fake businesses so Su Quirk can use Fedex to both your advantages
Relationship scams (of which there have been many)
All of the above which is not an exhaustive list of all James Hayward's activities since his last prison sentence 4 years ago of which he was at HMP Lancaster Farms and HMP Preston. (both of which I visited didn't I what a fucking mug to believe your SHIT).
You've been a busy boy haven't you James Hayward since 2019 ?!!!!
I have lots of evidence and lots of pictures.
#scammingisafulltimejob #scammingisalifestylechoice
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2023.05.31 11:19 jhanad123 GDS Travel Software

GDS Travel Software

What is GDS?
The Global Distribution System (GDS) is a primary reservation tool for travel agents. GDS is a network that implements travel agencies and their customers to contact travel data, shop for and compare reservations options, and book travel. GDS networks like the system operated by Travelport create billions of dollars in global travel sales. The three most important GDS systems are Amadeus, Sabre and Galileo.
How does a global distribution system work?
Global distribution systems are an intermediary between vendors, such as hotels and airlines, and service providers, such as online travel agencies. While most big GDSs are associated to the major travel agencies, smaller, less cost GDSs may provide a limited amount of travel agencies.
Vendors sign up and link their own listing to a global distribution system. Once associated, guests can use the several portals associated with the GDS to purchase from a vendor. To avoid overbooking, each service provider receives real-time updated listings from the airline or hospitality company (vendor).
Not only do vendors show their inventory, but they can immediately update products and rates. BookingXML allows vendors to use a dynamic price method that immediately changes over all of their portals.
How does GDS Travel Software help to grow the travel business?
Working with a well-designed global distribution system has proven profitable for travel agencies and booking platforms. Using a system like this, agents and platforms can immediately connect with suppliers worldwide while avoiding the hassles and delays that can often occur when negotiating deals with separate vendors.
GDS Networks assist travel companies, agents, and their clients in gaining access to travel data by comparing pricing, booking choices, access scheduling, and inventory (hotels, airlines, car rental, holidays, bus tickets, train tickets), as well as the ability to book tickets online. With our expertise in Global Distribution Networks, we’re all about improve the advancement and streamlined workflows of businesses that partner with us.
Our experts have a wealth of expertise dealing with big GDS suppliers and travel consolidators. They have initiated multiple projects with Amadeus GDS, Travelport / Travelport GDS, and Sabre GDS in airline reservation systems, car rentals, hotel reservation systems, and other travel sector services.
Why Choose BookingXML for GDS Travel Software Development?
Global Distribution System (GDS) service offers real-time availability and booking of travel services such as flights, hotels, rental cars, and activities to travel representatives and online travel agencies.
We are a dynamic group of professionals with fast thinking. The first global consolidation of aviation We trust in promoting a culture that promotes technological innovation, various expression and creativity.
We collaborate with our customers to establish new ideas and get the finest results possible. We’re dedicated to supporting our clients improve end-traveller engagement and generate new, superior travel experiences. BookingXML gives a white-label solution with suppliers from many countries and airfare listings from over 20 airlines. Web API services pre-integrated booking engines and a B2B travel portal.
BookingXML is a recognized leader in the travel industry, with ground-breaking technology that continues to modernize the airline commerce and distribution landscape. BookingXML is made up of experts in system evaluate and design, as well as system architectures and modelling. Development and coding, testing and implementation, and a variety of other factors.
How GDS Software Functions in The Travel Industry?
As a successful travel portal development company, BookingXML offers the best GDS Software development services for the travel sector. To provide excellent services to our customers, we build a network with GDS suppliers Amadeus API, Sabre, Galileo, World span, and Travelport. We understand that excellence is the only key to success for business in a competitive industry. Our GDS software provides that excellence for our B2B and B2C customers. Till now, we have benefited from different online travel agencies and travel companies, etc.
We empower our customers to allow different flights, hotel car rentals, and holiday package booking on their booking engine. At BookingXML, we provide a platform to book various travel services from major GDSs in the world.
A single platform for all travel services booking needs gives enormous convenience to end-users. Booking through GDS integrated booking engine offers travelers real-time information. Further, it supports them in making their travel plans. Whether it is a corporate enterprise or a traveller, GDS integration changed the meaning of travel for both.
What are the major GDS systems?
There are a lot of major global distribution systems that house and process the majority of data from hotels, airlines, and other distributors. These include Amadeus, Sabre, Galileo, Worldspan, Apollo, and Pegasus.
However, there are many technology providers that support hotels tap into these GDSs and by expansion the thousands of travel agents and travellers across the world.
· Amadeus GDS
· Sabre GDS
· Galileo GDS
· Worldspan GDS
· Apollo GDS
How do you Integrate GDS into your Travel Website?
Every travel agent connecting them to all the travel industry information efficiently and efficiently. However, integrating a GDS system into your travel website can be costly as well as time-consuming. Various travel agents do not have the budget and time to invest in installing and understanding the GDS.
The easiest and most cost-effective method is to hire a SaaS platform like BookingXML to integrate a GDS system in your current website or else generate your total travel online presence with their travel tech expertise. This is the fast way to integrate a GDS system as such cloud-based companies have expert GDS professionals and engineers to manage all the tech hassle.
Other options to integrate a GDS system into your travel website is hiring a full-time travel tech consultant on a contract basis to integrate the GDS system in your website and training your staff and you to operate it. In that way, the integration will be a one-time cost, but on the other hand, you will have to have an active back-end tech team to help any issues or doubts that may arise.
How important is GDS to travel agents?
· Travel agents or agencies use the GDS system to search for the best option in terms of travel, hotel accommodations.
· GDS system also supports the travel websites like Booking.com, Trip Advisor, etc.
· GDS provides important features like Airfare searches, availability, connectivity, policies, etc.
· Travel agents/agencies now use more sophisticated GDS systems to search for the best available option be it an airline or hotel reservations.
· With the help of the GDS system, travel agents/ agencies can complete their search and book within minutes.
What are the features and benefits of GDS Travel Software?
· 24*7 real-time access to a vast global inventory of hotel rooms, cars, airlines, buses, tours and other travel-related items.
· Access for both B2C and B2B travel booking engines.
· The GDS travel software can easily be integrated on Android, iOS, and Web platforms.
· Provides access to real-time availability and pricing to make online bookings.
· Offers the best commissions and fares to travel agencies.
· GDS makes managing and maintaining information easy.
· It facilitates a single-window interface for all your marketing requirements.
· GDS travel software enables expanding the coverage to gain exposure to other travellers and travel agents
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2023.05.31 05:33 No_Fennel3162 Looking for passengers BNA <-> Farm: Friday to Monday

I'm renting a full size sedan car from Enterprise at BNA and will be driving to the farm sometime between 10am-12pm on Friday and back to BNA sometime between 10am-4pm on Monday.
Looking for some passengers (max 4) going in either direction who can pay a little bit to help offset rental car cost. Happy to make any stops if needed. (I'll be making one stop at Walmart when driving BNA to Farm on Friday to gather some snacks and alcohol)
Let me know if anyone's interested.
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2023.05.31 01:21 throwaway8860072 NJ- Reimbursement for Uber

I was involved in a minor accident, my car was still drivable. The accident was 100% the other driver’s fault (rear end). I am filing the claim with my own insurance company, they will go after the other company for the money.
Here’s the issue: I dropped off my car at the repair shop today to begin repairs, that may take multiple weeks. There was a rental car place 5 minutes down the road so Geico (my insurance) made a reservation with enterprise. I am only 20 years old, but enterprise assured me that they would be able to rent to me, as long as I have a valid credit card for a deposit.
I showed up at the rental car counter and they told me I need to be 25. After informing them it was through insurance, they told me I would be able to rent me a compact car (which is totally fine), but they did not have any compact cars available. So I was stranded at the rental car counter, and all of the rental car agencies in the area were about to close.
Enterprise told me they would call me when a compact car is available but that could be a week or more, and i need a car to get to work. I made a reservation with Hertz for tomorrow who I know from past experience will rent to younger people without issues.
However I had to spend almost $30 on Uber to get home from the rental car place and I will have to spend another $30 to get to hertz tomorrow. My insurance (geico) said due to NJ state law they cannot reimburse me for uber expenses. Considering the accident is not my fault will the other company be able to reimburse me the $60 for uber? The other adjuster (progressive) is out of the office for the next week.
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2023.05.30 17:29 Chico237 #NIOCORP~NIOBIUM & TITANIUM & SCANDIUM ~PyroGenesis Signs Breakthrough Contract WITH UNNAMED U.S. SUPPLIER for First Commercial By-The-Tonne Order for Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing , NIOCORP RESPONDS TO RECENT QUESTIONS & more......

#NIOCORP~NIOBIUM & TITANIUM & SCANDIUM ~PyroGenesis Signs Breakthrough Contract WITH UNNAMED U.S. SUPPLIER for First Commercial By-The-Tonne Order for Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing , NIOCORP RESPONDS TO RECENT QUESTIONS & more......

PyroGenesis Signs Breakthrough Contract for First Commercial By-The-Tonne Order for Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing

PyroGenesis Signs Breakthrough Contract for First Commercial By-The-Tonne Order for Titanium Metal Powder for 3D Printing PyroGenesis Canada Inc
“This order for 5,000 kg is the first “By-The-Tonne” commercial order received by the Company for its atomized powder titanium metal powders produced using the Company’s NexGen™ plasma atomization system,” said Massimo Dattilo, VP, PyroGenesis Additive. “This represents our full entrance into the titanium metal powders marketplace.”

The client (whose name is being withheld at its request) is an advanced materials company in the United States. For clarity, this client is unrelated to the global aerospace OEM client for which the Company continues the qualification process to become an approved supplier.

Additionally, this new client has placed a provisional order for a further six tonnes (or 6,000 kilograms), contingent upon the client determining, at its discretion, the appropriate demand for additional powders.


May 22, 2023 ~Developing advanced niobium-graphene batteries with unprecedented 30-year lifecycles~

Developing advanced niobium-graphene batteries with unprecedented 30-year lifecycles (nanowerk.com)
With applications in medical devices, electric vehicles, aerospace equipment, and more, the batteries are being tested in a new USD3.8 million (S$5 million) high-tech laboratory launched by NUS and CBMM
Batteries play a crucial role in powering many modern devices, such as mobile phones, pacemakers, and electric vehicles. Yet, traditional lithium-ion batteries pose limitations such as safety risks, short life cycles, and long charging times. The pioneer niobium-graphene batteries developed by the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials (CA2DM) at the National University of Singapore (NUS), an innovator in the research of graphene and other 2-dimensional (2D) materials, and CBMM, the global leader in niobium products and technology, will address all these problems.
The batteries are being tested at the new CBMM-CA2DM Advanced Battery Laboratory which was launched today by NUS and CBMM and established with a joint investment of USD3.8 million (S$5 million) over three years, supported by the National Research Foundation, Singapore.
“The CBMM-CA2DM Advanced Battery Laboratory is the most high-tech and well-equipped facility in Singapore to explore new frontiers in battery technology. The lab provides researchers with advanced equipment to create new solid electrolytes, fabricate various cell forms, and eventually put their innovations to the test. We have made significant progress in our development of niobium-graphene batteries which are proving to be a game changer in safety, efficiency, and sustainability,” said Professor Antonio H. Castro Neto, Director of CA2DM.

Rethinking battery capabilities

The pioneer niobium-graphene batteries have proven to have greater performance and safety compared to traditional lithium-ion batteries. In addition, volatile and flammable liquid electrolytes in lithium-ion batteries will be replaced by niobium-containing solid electrolytes, further enhancing the novel batteries' safety and energy density.

Benefits of niobium-graphene batteries include:

• Long life cycle: Performance duration is 10 times longer (estimated to be around 30 years) than traditional lithium-ion batteries, making them more durable and reliable.
• Safety: Operate at a safe voltage window and safely discharge without overheating in case of accidental damage.
• Fast charging: Fully charged in less than 10 minutes, which increases convenience.
• Improved performance: Niobium enhances conductivity and stabilises the host structure, leading to improved battery rate performance and long cycling stability.
• Sustainability: Niobium is a relatively abundant and environmentally friendly material, making the batteries a more sustainable alternative to traditional lithium- ion batteries.
Niobium serves as the primary active material in the negative electrode of the batteries while also being used as an additive in the positive electrode. Graphene, on the other hand, is utilised in both negative and positive electrodes to boost electronic conductivity and structural stability. In the negative electrode, the unique crystal structure of niobium materials facilitates rapid charging without damaging the structure. In the positive electrode, niobium materials can increase ionic conductivity and safeguard the active material from degradation. Additionally, the low-density nature of graphene significantly improves the electronic conductivity of both electrodes without compromising the overall energy density of the battery.

The final prototype of the niobium-graphene battery is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2024.

“As they have a longer lifespan, the new graphene-niobium batteries significantly reduce total cost of ownership compared to existing lithium-ion batteries and have ultrafast charging capabilities. In addition, they offer higher safety as they do not risk explosion even in high temperatures,” said Rogerio Ribas, CBMM Global Head of Batteries. “The first batteries to combine niobium applications on both cathode and anode, they also have advantages such as higher input and output power, wider temperature operating range and higher state of charge thus can be developed for specific markets such as commercial and industrial applications including regenerative braking systems for hybrid vehicles (rails, trucks, and passengers cars), heavy-duty applications, intralogistics, cordless power tools among others,” adds Mr Ribas.
The new laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for both research and manufacturing of advanced niobium-based batteries and solid electrolytes. Due to their high-performance capabilities, the niobium-graphene batteries have wide-ranging potential applications, including medical devices, such as pacemakers and defibrillators, and aerospace equipment, such as satellites and spacecraft, all of which require long cycle life and high safety standards. Other potential applications include electric vehicles, and consumer electronics.
“With the increasing need for sustainable and high-performance energy solutions, the CBMM-CA2DM Advanced Battery Laboratory marks a strong partnership between enterprise and research with exciting real-world applications. At NUS, we constantly seek to push the boundaries of innovation, and we look forward to the lab’s novel contributions to science and technology, as well as the industry,” said Professor Chen Tsuhan, NUS Deputy President (Innovation and Enterprise), and Chairman of the CA2DM Board.

Poised for further breakthroughs in battery technology

The CBMM-CA2DM Advanced Battery Laboratory is the first of its kind in Singapore that is equipped end-to-end for customised battery creation and testing. Key features of the lab include an electrolyte processing unit, and a dry room with humidity going as low as one percent, which enables the handling of moisture-sensitive battery materials. The dry room is also seamlessly linked to a series of gloveboxes that create an inert atmosphere for the batteries to be assembled. This ensures zero contamination throughout the process.
The lab design also allows for thousands of prototypes to be tested per month. The laboratory houses advanced battery testers that can carry out charge and discharge cycles, investigate working and degradation mechanisms, and predict the durability of the batteries produced. In addition, the lab has equipment that allows researchers to fabricate various forms of battery cells, such as coin and pouch cells, in different dimensions.
Going forward, the lab aims to test and create more advanced and novel batteries with various materials and interact with the local research institutes, faculties, and industry to develop frontier technology in batteries. One high-tech target is to develop solid-state battery technology which does not require any flammable liquids inside, making it completely safe. An industrial space will also be created within the lab to allow external companies to develop and test battery prototypes to fulfill their commercial needs.

MAY 26, 2023~What are critical minerals - and why are they key to a greener future?

What are critical minerals - and why are they key to a greener future? World Economic Forum (weforum.org)
Critical minerals – the once forgotten elements crucial to modern day technology – have made it to the top of the geopolitical agenda. A global battery arms race, driven by the advent of electric vehicles (EVs), has seen a step change in demand for lithium, nickel, cobalt, graphite, manganese and rare earths.
A supply demand mismatch, especially for lithium, has created a tremendous raw material disconnect between those building gigafactories and EVs – and those that mine these elements critical for their function.
We have moved from a world where traditional commodities have taken second stage to the commodities of the future. And lithium-ion batteries and their key raw material inputs have taken centre stage in policy, namely the US Inflation Reduction Act.

Have you read?

But, other major economies such as the European Union, UK, and Australia are all establishing large-scale funding and associated legislation. The G7 Hiroshima Leaders’ Communique mentions critical minerals 10 times, India’s lithium reserves made front pages, as did Chile’s proposed nationalization of the element. The EU just passed the Critical Raw Materials Act, and the US National Security Advisor mentioned minerals several times at his recent major policy speech.
This level of political attention is new, but such heights of the limelight never last long. A seismic technology shift is upon us as the world moves aggressively towards electric vehicles, sparking the dawn of the 'energy storage revolution’ – a revolution currently led by China.
Article Continues....


NioCorp Launches Phased Approach to Commercial Production of Made-in-America Aluminum-Scandium Master Alloy

NioCorp Launches Phased Approach to Commercial Production of Made-in-America Aluminum-Scandium Master Alloy - NioCorp Developments Ltd.
NioCorp Partnering with Nanoscale Powders LLC to Explore the Possibility of Establishing the First US-Based Mine-to-Master-Alloy Vertically Integrated Production of the High-Performance Material
NioCorp’s Potential Commercial Production of Al-Sc Master Alloy Could Launch Prior to the Company’s Planned Production of >100 Tonnes/Year of Scandium Oxide at its Proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project in Nebraska and Would Use Scandium Produced at the Elk Creek Facility as well as From Other Sources
China Now Dominates the Scandium World, but North America is Now Positioned to Emerge as a “Leading Scandium Producer,” says NioCorp CEO

MAY 29th 2023~ Jim/NIOCORP respond to question on recent Scandium News Release above:What comes to mind right off the bat is:

A)"How is this Scandium AlSc master Alloy different than what Niocorp produced with IBC & AMES laboratory???"Response:

It is a different process that will be utilized.

(I have noticed a NEW PATENTED Molten Sodium Process.... that can be used for TITANIUM , SCANDIUM.... & MORE....... HMMM...... )https://patents.justia.com/assignee/nanoscale-powders-llc
B) Will this be a Patentable approach now moving forward? in conjunction with Nanoscale???Response:

Yes and yes. But we do not discuss the details of intellectual property matters except as required by law

(\****This is very interesting indeed because a few years back Niocorp was not interested in patenting any such materials!)*

C) IS NIOCORP still engaged with IBC, AMES & OTHER ENTITIES in regards to Scandium Alloy production & uses moving forward? and with the New Niobium & Titanium oxides as well!!!!Response:

We are focusing on our partnership with Nanoscale on the production of AlSc master alloy, but we engaged with a number of parties on various elements of our scandium-aluminum master alloy business development. We are not working with IBC on niobium or titanium product development efforts.



Sharing Jims response as Niocorp does have legal DISCLOSURE constraints to deal with in regards to all "Material News releases"! When asked about Rare Earths ON ~MAY, 26th 2023~

"NioCorp has not made a final determination on which REE products we will make, including tonnages, etc.. That determination can only be made in the context of publication of an updated Feasibility Study."


~CAN THE U.S. Rely & Depend on CHINA & RUSSIA IN THE FUTURE for its Economic Prosperity?I AM STAYING TUNED WITH MANY!

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2023.05.30 12:11 Sraddha25 Transportation of Delegates for Conferences

Transportation of Delegates for Conferences
Delegate transportation is a critical component of organizing conferences, summits, and other diplomatic or economic events. To enable the seamless and efficient mobility of delegates, transport arrangements should be properly planned and performed.
Transportation of Delegates
At Southgate Travels, we understand the importance of efficient and reliable event transportation services, especially for conferences and conventions. We specialise in providing transportation services for delegates attending corporate events, conventions, and conferences. Our transportation services include transportation of delegates to and from the venue, transportation of equipment and other materials.
We are concerned about our clients' comfort and safety. We offer a fleet of cars that allow our clients to travel in luxury. Rent a high-end car from us at a low cost for any future conference or meeting, and we'll take care of the rest. We provide the essential transportation solution to ensure that your event's guests, whether it's a large-scale event or a small-scale meeting, have access to well-maintained cars and drivers. Where you stay is just as essential as where you go. We also help you arrange hotels so that your stay is as comfortable as possible. We provide delegates with comfortable and stylish transportation. Our vehicles are outfitted with the latest features, such as GPS tracking, air conditioning, and comfy seating, to ensure that your delegates have a relaxing and stress-free travel. We also hire skilled and professional drivers who are dedicated to providing safe and dependable transportation services. Our convention transport services are tailored to the unique requirements of huge gatherings. We have the capacity and competence to handle big groups of delegates' transportation needs. Our brilliant chauffeurs, excellent fleet of vehicles with required guest amenities and attention to quality and safety make us one of the most sought-after rental agencies in the region. Punctuality is our motto, so you'll never be late.
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2023.05.30 08:00 jhanad123 Flight Booking Portal

Flight Booking Portal

A flight booking portal is a website that enables businesses to sell tickets to their customers. This is instead of selling tickets through agents or travel agencies. The main benefit of using a flight booking portal is that you can reach a larger audience than you would if you were selling tickets through a separate agent.
BookingXML also can work like long-term earning making system. Our flight booking portal supports clients in online book flights whether they are looking to book Domestic or International.
Flight Booking Portal Development Company
The online portals have decreased the worries related to booking a flight and spending money on it. BookingXML is a web portal development company that will help you in building such platforms for ticket or flight booking. You can establish such a portal with us and make your customers comfortable by offering them a convenient solution. They don’t require to visit the nearest airline ticketing office.
Today, they can get things online and book accordingly. The portals are available well and ready to book your next flight with all the need details. Travel bookings have now become more than just available. The best options are here in the full feature B2B B2C flight booking portal.
Flight ticket booking portal development provides comfort to the customers. If you are an owner of a flight ticket company, developing a portal can support you in growing. Flight booking portal development will improve the worth of your business among competent people. Flight booking portal will add competence to your business and will support it stand in the competitive market.
How is Flight Booking Portal beneficial for Travel Agent in Travel Industry?
BookingXML Flight Booking Portal or Flight Booking Software comes with developed flight booking quotation system which becomes strong Flight Booking IT Solution to establish Flight booking engine for travel agent business. It will be customized Flight Booking Portal with developed flight module features like Flight Reservation, Modification, Flight Booking Quotation, Flight API Integration and more.
With this Flight API Integration, Flight booking software allows all flight-related searches in online travel portal of travel agent. Flight booking software allow travel agent to offer clients with best travel deals like hotels, flights, vacation packages, transfers and other services. With Flight booking IT Solutions, travel agents can provide dynamic packages like Flight + Holiday, Flight + Hotel, more for clients with best flight search and book functionality.
Why Flight booking Portal is important for travel business Providers?
An online flight booking portal is extremely important for travel business providers specially those who only sell flight tickets because an online portal not only let’s travel representatives and tour operators make purchases instant but also supports them to book or purchase bulk flight seats at the cheapest rates.
A fully integrated flight B2B Airline booking engine not only takes care of the end-to-end booking procedure but also offers them instant tickets and booking confirmation. A b2B travel booking system is all about buying and selling tickets to Travel representatives or travel providers. It is also about clarifying their average transaction and clarifying the procedure.
At BookingXML our web-based travel booking engine is designed for all travel companies, travel management companies, and travel consolidators, with capabilities that they recommend.
If you are a travel service wholesaler or flight ticket service wholesaler, we always recommend a B2B web-based flight booking portal to our guests as it clarifies the business procedure. The portal is a search-based system, where the travel representatives and tour operators can select the type of flights, number of seats and select a payment method from the several options. Most importantly all these tasks can be completed anytime and anywhere from both sides the service provider and the service taker.
Flight Booking Portal Advantage
· Flight Tickets Booking Software developed and is meant under the standards of professionalism.
· Flight booking engine provides quick and bug-free online booking capacity to the consumers.
· Ticket bookings, cancellation, flight stalled, etc.
· Banners that are appealing are available for the purpose of advertisement.
· API integrated booking solution.
· Trustworthy and Dependable from all respects.
· Payment service is existing for the booking makers.
Flight Booking Software
As the leading travel technology company in the industry, BookingXML gives dynamic yet dependable flight booking software. The top-notch cost of software aids in the simple and hassle-free booking of flights for B2B and B2C customers. You can definitely rely on BookingXML to deliver excellent flight booking services.
Air ticket Booking Software is generally software that aids in collecting, storing, and managing air travel transactions. You can use the system to reserve particular flight seats online from various airlines seamlessly. Though it was originally generated to help the airlines, it is now frequently used in the travel industry. The flight booking software is linked to extensive GDS systems globally, which aid in the automation of flight seat reservations.
It comes with a wide range of developed features, making it one of a kind. Here, you will come across several third-party integrations, quotation management systems, inventory management systems, reservation management systems, advanced search options, and more!
With the assistance of a team of professionals, we develop the best flight booking engine that serves the B2B and B2C travel market smoothly. It implements travel service providers, agents, and tour operators to manage the selling of flight tickets with relative ease. The contact to real-time availability and cost rates of flights makes the booking process hassle-free.
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We are a broad-based business service provider that serves organisations in every segment of travelling industry. BookingXML is a global distribution system business that operates globally and combines Galileo Reservation Systems and internationally recognised world span.
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2023.05.29 21:57 bgrental Electric Car Rental

Electric car rentals are becoming more popular as more people adopt environmentally friendly modes of transportation. Renting an electric car allows you to experience the benefits of electric vehicles without committing to a long-term ownership commitment. Here's some information on renting an electric car:
Rental Car Companies: Many car rental companies now have electric vehicles in their fleet. Electric automobiles are frequently offered for rent at Electric Car Rental major rental firms such as Enterprise, Hertz, Avis, and Budget. There are also specialised electric car rental firms that only lend out electric automobiles.
Booking: You may usually reserve an electric car rental online using the rental company's website or third-party networks. During the booking procedure, express your desire for an electric vehicle.
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2023.05.29 19:16 tsoknatcoconut Am I being unreasonable

*Posting this on behalf of my friend who is a supervisor sa company nila”
Can I have an opinion or your take on this? Sorry if long post sya but I’m feeling conflicted on this. Already posted din sa PH HR group on FB but want to get as much inputs din
I have a team member reporting directly to me who lives in Fairview. Our head office is in Ortigas. Our nature of work requires us to do a lot of fieldworks and ngayon mostly provincial, the likes of Nueva Ecija, Laguna etc so late talaga nakakauwi. This is clearly disclosed during the first job interview pa lang and also part pf the contract.
When we go to our fieldworks, it’s either you take your 1. personal car 2. commute 3. or if available, you can book the company’s logistics van pero kadalasan hindi to available since maraming kinacater
So this employee dahil walang personal car and ayaw magcommute, nagsuggest sya na magcar and driver rental na lang. Took this up with our manager and they agreed to it, granted na makakapagissue ng OR yung service.
Okay naman so far pero nalaman ko lately is nagapapadoor to door sila ng pickup and dropoff when we initially agreed na for their safety hindi sila direct sa address nila papapickup. Since all girls ang team ko, I want them to be safe. I send them to field works in pairs and preferred ko na magkaron sila ng common pickup point, if not sa HO, somewhere convenient for all of them basta hindi direct sa house nila. My point is hindi namin kilala yung mga drivers and kung madalas sila ihahatid makakabisado na saan sila nakatira.
If sa common point sila iddrop off, required na sila magcommute to their homes which ayaw niya gawin. Sometimes they can take reimbursable grab which inaallow ko din kapag sobrang gabi na or yung next day is magfifield work ulit sila ng maaga.
So I called this out, nagreason out si employer from Fairview na pagod na daw kasi siya at late na nakakauwi kapag galing provincial field work. And bakit daw laging sa Ortigas yung usual pickup point namin pano naman daw siya na tagaNorth? And out of all the team members, sya daw lagi late nakakauwi dahil sng layo nya.
When we have fieldworks at nakapagbook ka ng logistics van, our main pickup point will always be the head office in Ortigas. If North Luzon ang field mo, you can be picked up along edsa bago magbalintawak. No need to go to the office. Hindi ba eto na nga yung sagot sa mga tagaNorth? Kapag South naman ang field, sa HO talaga ang pickup. Ang gusto nya sa Fairview pa din sya pipickupin.
Di ko sinusumbat but her request to have a hotel booked in Pasay when she had overnight works there was approved by the higher ups din kahit pwede naman nya yun igrab. Kinonsider ko yung pagod nya dun at layo sa bahay para din safe sya. So karamihan ng requests nila as long as reasonable and para di rin sila overhwhelmed sa trabaho inaapprove naman. Eto lang talaga and hindi ko mapayagan.
Am I being unreasonable? At the end of the day, I am liable pa rin sakanila and I am just looking out for them. I also find it unfair yung statement niya kasi parang pininpoint nya na kapag Metro Manila yung projects or hindi kalayuan yung inuuwian ng ibang members, hindi sila as pagod as her. And the fact na ginagamit niya as an excuse na sa Fairview sya nakatira when she accepted a job located in Ortigas knowing how far the office is from her home.
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2023.05.29 18:38 bnw1997 Cross country move

Hey everyone! I’ve used budget truck rental to move in the past, and I’m using them again for another 1500 mile move, but I saw that enterprise would be a lot cheaper (16 foot truck-diesel) even with the $0.19 per mile charge. These trucks get better fuel mileage and I also plan to tow our Kia Sorento. Does anyone know whether the enterprise rental trucks are equipped to tow vehicles or pull car carrier trailers? I tried to call a branch today but they’re closed for the holiday, so hopefully someone on here has experience with this! The lift gate would be an awesome added bonus and it would save almost $1000 to use enterprise, IF I can tow a vehicle with their cab-over truck. Thanks in advance everyone!
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2023.05.29 10:42 cinderelladoll62 Best Travel Website

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2023.05.29 04:12 sidbmw1 Rental car agencies missing

Hi, I've been looking to rent a car for a trip soon and noticed amex canada's travel site only shows Budget (bug?) as a rental car company while going through the american website shows a lot more options. Anyone know if booking through the american side would cause any issues?
Looking to rent through enterprise and I could go through expedia or something but would rather use amex's site. Also not sure why but my card shows up as a Gold card on the american site but I've got a cobalt lol. Would this cause any insurance related issues? Will call Amex for confirmation but wondering if anyone has booked through the american site.
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2023.05.29 00:34 AtomicSilo Rentals at the Krakow Airport

Hi all,
I am planning to rent a car at the John Paul II Kraków-Balice airport, and I was looking at some of the companies available there. I've noticed Sixt and Enterprise, but I was wondering if there are less-known companies that operate from there. The main reason for the car is that I plan to drive to Austria for a week.
  1. Are there any other reputable rental companies at the airport?
  2. I was reading on Reddit and other reviews that its best to get the rental insurance vs whatever is being offered from my credit card just for ease of mind. Do you if you do get the insurance from the company, do they still take the deposit?
  3. I've read about car net, car wiz, and Green Motion, but reviews are mixed about these companies. Some people are saying they are great, while others swear they had the worst experience with these companies. Any suggestion?
I do know that there is a cross-border charge on top of the final price of the rental too.
Thank you all for the answers.
I've posted in /krakow as well but realized that here there might be more people who might provide additional suggestions.
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2023.05.29 00:33 AtomicSilo Car Rental Companies at the Airport

Hi all,

I am planning to rent a car at the John Paul II Kraków-Balice airport, and I was looking at some of the companies available there. I've noticed Sixt and Enterprise, but I was wondering if there are less-known companies that operate from there. The main reason for the car is that I plan to drive to Austria for a week.
  1. Are there any other reputable rental companies at the airport?
  2. I was reading on Reddit and other reviews that its best to get the rental insurance vs whatever is being offered from my credit card just for ease of mind. Do you if you do get the insurance from the company, do they still take the deposit?
  3. I've read about car net, car wiz, and Green Motion, but reviews are mixed about these companies. Some people are saying they are great, while others swear they had the worst experience with these companies. Any suggestion?
I do know that there is the cross-border charge on top of the final price of the rental too.

Thank you all for the answers.
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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.28 17:23 darkerenergy Trip Report: 18 days + Golden Week (25/04 - 13/05)

Tokyo - Yokohama - Nagoya - Kyoto - Osaka - Tokyo

Hi all, going to go through our trip covering golden week and time around it (: It was myself (F21) and my partner (M24) and the reasoning behind the timing was mainly due to bank holidays in the UK being unfortunately placed perfectly in line with golden week this year! Despite this, I feel we actually got pretty lucky with it all. I'll put an emoji to note which days were for golden week but for the tl;dr we weren't affected that much.
Other important contexts, both interested in Japan for a few different reasons. Anime isn't a small one but I'm also a huge fan of the Yakuza games, he's into the JDM car scene, and we just enjoy travelling in general. We didn't do many things like Universal, Disneysea etc. but hopefully there's some things in here that people will enjoy hearing about! I'll go through some tips/recommendations for the casual readers first before going into the trip in depth - please let me know if there's anything else you want to know about!

Tips + Recommendations

Yamato Takkyubin Luggage Forwarding If like us you are going to be staying in quite a few different places, this service is so so so good I cannot overstate it. We had two big suitcases and one smaller one, we sent just the big ones for two of the trips and then for the final trip from Osaka to Tokyo we sent all 3 and just used our backpacks to bring essentials for the night.Pretty much all hotels will allow you to use the service, some may request you pay them with cash for the actual service but for all but one of ours we could use card. We sent Yokohama -> Kyoto, then Kyoto -> Osaka, then finally Osaka -> Tokyo. There are options for same day delivery I believe however we did both the next day and for a few days later. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments and I'll answer if I can!
Trip Planning I've been fortunate to be able to travel a lot so wasn't nervous about the actual travel, however Japan is such a far away country that I didn't want to go and get there then not know what to do and waste my time. In the past holidays with family were more about relaxing on a beach, or with my partner our city breaks are short as they are other European countries and so easier to return to if we wanted. I wanted to take a different approach to this trip so I made a big Google Sheet and Google Map with all the places I wanted to visit/see. It was never meant to be a strict itinerary as some people I showed seemed to assume 😅 But it really helped me to visually see where things I wanted to go to were, and then make a rough plan in case I did get stuck at some point.Anyway it was a really good idea in hindsight and I'm very glad we did it for this trip as our first time going! Here's a picture of the map looks like, we didn't necessarily do everything but we did most things - https://i.imgur.com/2xLyy7Y.png. I used mymaps.google.com, to be honest there's definitely betteeasier to use tools out there but I got this to work for me so I stuck with it.
Walking People aren't kidding about the amount of walking, although I think our top amount was still under 30k so don't worry too much. That said, if you don't walk a lot anyway then your feet are going to hurt. My partner was fine, I was awful. I thought my shoes would be fine and apparently they weren't so if you can pack walking boots please do. The other thing is I think the way you walk affects it too, my partner and I both had multiple pairs of shoes with us but where his converse boots were fine, the soles of my feet were awful in the same types of shoes 😭
Driving I am not a driver but my partner is. He has a full manual UK driving license and insurance, and so for Japan all he needed was to get the International Driver's Permit a little before we went. We rented a car for three different occasions, two times from the same place then the final was for a JDM rental. All was fine, the JDM place was confused for a moment as my partner has a Polish passport + UK license but we translated Poland for him and after that there were no issues! You'll need to check what you need depending on where you're from, it's easier for us due to the same driving side although when we rented for Daikoku and the Nagoya drive they did give us an automatic so just be aware of that if you want to request/drive manual. The rental places we used were Orix rent-a-car for the Daikoku and Yokohama -> Nagoya trip and we had a Mazda 2. For the JDM rental we used Omoshiro.

Trip Report


25/04 - Airport, Shinjuku hotel, Shinjuku We followed a similar first day that I'm sure many of these reports will begin with - arrived at the airport, we had filled out the VJW forms and had both QR codes ready to go. Immigration had about an hour wait so longer than normal but we were also near the back of our plane and there was at least another full plane in front of us. Actually going through immigration was a complete breeze. Once through and picked up our luggage, we got a Welcome Suica, then headed to Shinjuku. We reached our hotel about 4 hours early for check-in, wasn't sure what to do for that time but they were happy to take our bags until we could go to the room (something that is consistent with all the hotels we went to thankfully). Jetlag was pretty bad, I was flagging by afternoon but we pushed through it and took the few hours to just walk around and see the sights. We spent some time in Hakone-yama before heading back to the hotel and getting cleaned up/accidentally falling asleep too early.
26/04 - Akihabara, Golden Gai Of course woke too early by not being as proactive as we should've with warding off jetlag but used that to leave early for Akihabara. After getting some breakfast we saw the Yodobashi Camera and went in there for about an hour just looking at all the floors 😅 It was raining a ton but it surprised us with how warm it still was and quickly realised why people prefer umbrella with no raincoat!! Spent pretty much the whole day in Akihabara, went round a ton of shops and also went into our first of many many arcades we'd go to. We went back to the hotel to return the items we'd bought then walked to Golden Gai as our hotel was about a 15-20 minute walk ^^ Had some delicious ramen, unfortunately didn't drink as my partner was finishing antibiotics for the first few days but it was still great to be there. Slept a lot later which was good.
27/04 - Kabukicho, Shinjuku National Garden This was more a day for me to fufill my Yakuza game sightseeing. Being so close to Kabukicho I was so excited to visit a city and be able to make my way round without a map loool. It was just the end of the blue festival so the iconic arch was still blue although I did get to see it red at the end of the trip so I wasn't too bothered about that. We went around Kabukicho, the square, again spent tons of time in the arcades and discovered how much we enjoyed the MaiMaiDX machines. Ended up getting one of the passports that save your progress and give you an extra play so if you like arcades then I recommend them!! After this and some lunch, we were going to do a walk to the national garden then realised I went the wrong way so we took the train. As a side note here, the Suica and train system is so useful. Very similar to using a card for the underground except it's actually clean. Walked around the national garden, it was very sunny and warm. Didn't know it had it before going but there's a starbucks in the middle of the garden and we managed to join the queue about 10 minutes before they stopped taking new orders. Had a nice time watching the sun set in that garden before heading back to the hotel.
28/04 - Teamlabs Planets Wasn't something I was going to initially go to however I checked out tickets the day previously and saw some for this day and decided we could do it as we had a ton of free time. I had chosen 2:30pm for an entrance time however it was such a nice day so we left early and spent time just walking around the docks. It was so so sunny, the area didn't have loads going on however it was still very pretty. We spent time in the parks and walking alongside the water. Teamlabs was pretty cool, I did enjoy the water based sections although dodging both influencer and family photos might detract from your experience. This was also where I realised I'd already become the stereotype tourist and was sunburnt :') I guess I had to learn my lesson physically and I did thankfully stop any further burning after this with diligent sun cream appliance afterwards pretty much every day. After this we went back to Shinjuku and after food we packed up ready to go to Yokohama.


29/04 - Bashamichi, Daikoku, Cosmo Clock ✨Showa Day Left our hotel at 11 and hadn't yet discovered the wonders of luggage forwarding so we brought all our bags with us on the train to Yokohama! Not too bad though, we got to our hotel a little early but they took our bags as we went and had lunch before the room was ready. Went around Bashamichi (another game location lol) before taking the train to central Yokohama. We had pre-booked the rental cars all before we left to ensure availability but there weren't any problems. This was also my partner's birthday which is something the rental staff realised whilst we were sorting out all the documents 😆. For Daikoku, we didn't need to pass through any ETC gates from Yokohama but it was the first time on the Japanese roads. It was a little nerve-wracking at first as there's very slightly different rules to UK roads but in general driving is fine. We reached Daikoku PA around 20 past 6pm, and it was about 2 hours until police moved everyone along. My partner was in dreamland with the cars that we saw, if you're into the JDM scene at all or just a petrolhead then you'll love it but it is a bit of luck with what you'll see. After we left Daikoku, we went back to our hotel. We'd checked in with them previously that we could keep the car with them as the hotel we had chosen had parking available for an additional cost. We left the car at the hotel then went out for drinks and to see the cosmo clock. Didn't ride it but it was very cool seeing it all lit up over Yokohama. We bar hopped a bit, then went back.
30/04 - Recovery... Not much to say about this day, my partner was fairly hungover so we returned the car to the rental place and then spent the day just chilling at our ryokan hotel and around Yokohama. No drinks this time round as we had a very long trip the next day!!

Nagoya (Road Trip from Yokohama)

01/05 - Expressways, Onshi-Hakone Park, Expressways, Shinshiro, Expressways, Nagoya I'll condense this one a bit otherwise I'll type forever but this was a really fun time. The driving totaled almost 6 hours by the end so it's not for the faint hearted haha. The point was that we'd stop a few times along the way though which is what we did end up doing. We sent our luggage with the forwarding service (to the hotel after Nagoya as we were just staying the one night), then had an early start as we went to the car rental for 8. We chose the same place we rented from for Daikoku and had the same sales rep sorting out any documents so it was a bit quicker although this time we did get a quick explaination on the toll gates. Anyone going on the expressways will need to know how to use them, we were a bit confused the first time but once you've done it a couple times it'll be smooth sailing (and it's such a good system for people with the automatic cards too). We left Yokohama and set our location for Nagoya. We went for about 2 hours before stopping in Odawara for a quick snack and pee break. Pretty overcast day but despite this we still decided to do a stop in a park on the way and went to Onshi-Hakone Park. It was very cool/bit scary going up the winding mountain passes but wow the views are incredible. We spent again probably a couple hours at the park, had some lunch, no view of Fuji but we could see a lot of the other mountains around which are breathtaking in their own rights (: It's right on Lake Ashi so we did get to see the pirate cruise going round. After this break we did another couple hours or so driving before stopping slightly outside of Shinshiro. Something I will say about the expressways is that it is insane how fast people go 😂 We're not about to try anything so it was sticking to the 120 on the signs for us but people just whizz by. Anyway, we stopped at a familymart in this village for a quick break and I know I've said it already but the views are so beautiful. It's green in the UK but it's something else, I kept wondering if it's just viewing through rose tinted glasses/greener on the other side but I don't think that's true at least about those countryside views. It was also one of the reasons we wanted to do the road trip instead of train at least this time round, we could stop in these places and take it in. After our stop there, it was back onto the expressway until we reached Nagoya. It was roughly 6pm when we reached Nagoya, we had intially booked the car for the whole day with return the next morning but they allow early return with Orix so we did that instead before finding our hotel and having some dinner. Not too much time in Nagoya but it was the first time seeing the bullet train which was cool. Nagoya itself has some nice sights, we were thinking about going to Liberty Walk the next day but instead we just decided we'd head to Kyoto once we left the hotel.


02/05 - Shinkansen, Kyoto, Nishiki Market It was a really lovely day and we were taking the shinkansen for the first time. The shinkansen from Nagoya is only 34 minutes but we did end up buying reserved seats as the station was pretty packed. This is probably the main thing we noticed with Golden week, everything else was busy but not insanely so. Nagoya station was a lot busier but otherwise fine. We didn't have JR passes as when I used the online calculator it didn't come out to be worth it for our particular travel so it was full fare for us. The shinkansen itself was good, we would be using it again for Osaka back to Tokyo but due to Nagoya being closer to Kyoto I didn't reeeally think I'd need to book early. It's probably a good idea still lol but it worked out fine for us to book same day despite how busy Nagoya was. Once in Kyoto we took our time walking down to our next hotel. This was another ryokan style so that was nice, we also passed a garden which we noted to go to the next day (Shosei-en Garden). Our luggage had arrived and was waiting for us at the hotel already so we got refreshed then went out for the evening. We went up to Nishiki market then walked back towards our hotel again. Had a sushi train small dinner as we hadn't had any sushi yet and I've also only had a train once before. It might not be the best Kyoto had to offer but wow was it still better than anything I'd had in the UK!! We then spent hours once again in an arcade, if you like games the MaiMaiDX machines really are addictive :')
03/05 - Shosei-en Garden, Higashi Hongan-ji, Tō-ji Temple, Nijō Castle✨Constitution Memorial Day We woke up early, had breakfast at the ryokan, then went straight for the garden. It was a beautiful day once again so plenty of suncream applied. The Shosei-en Garden isn't the biggest but it's so beautiful, they have this pond that looks so still but my partner spotted a turtle and then you start to see more and more. They have some historical buildings around the place, we spent about an hour there before going to the next place. We walked down the road to the next place, this was Higashi Honhan-ji temple. Both locations weren't really that busy to be honest. Seeing this temple was nice but personally I did prefer the gardens. We next went Tō-ji temple. This is one of those locations that are on the 'must-do in Kyoto' but I did like it a lot. The 5 story pagoda was a cool sight. It wasn't so busy although we were going around lunch time so hungry crowds were likely taking a small break (: We spent an unreasonable amount of time just looking at the koi fish in the moat not even in the temple area 🎏 Finally we went to Nijō Castle. This was quite busy although we were one of the latter groups going around as it was nearing the end of the day. Another of the listed must do's but again I would say it's a cool place to see. If you do go, the tour around the main house is interesting and if you decide to climb the walls there's some nice sights of the area around. We finished up this day heading back to the market area and had dinner including a matcha beer. I'm not really a massive matcha person but I was up for trying all the different things, the beer sort of just tasted of normal beer but it looked exactly like a matcha-green coloured guinness.
04/05 - Arishiyama ✨Greenery Day This wasn't really a packed day as we were heading to an airbnb for a couple of nights. We used the luggage forwarding from the ryokan where they were concerned that we wouldn't get our luggage as soon as we wanted due to Golden week. I then let them know we were looking to get it sent for the 6th and they completely relaxed and said that would be perfectly fine 👌 For context if you've not been to Kyoto, the train system is alright but pales compared to Tokyo. Getting to our airbnb wouldn't be too long, about an hour, but as we didn't really have anything planned and only had our small suitcase with us we decided to walk to the next airbnb instead and waste time along the way. This way when we arrived it wouldn't be before check in time and it would keep us out and about. The walk was about 3 hours total although we lengthed it by stopping a few times. There were some celebrations happening due to Greenery day and Children's day being the next day. We stopped to listen to some music, stopped to have a starbucks, then finally we reached out airbnb in Arishiyama. The place was really nice, and it was fun to have a whole place for a few nights instead of a hotel. If you're wanting to, looking at airbnb's is a completely valid option when staying in Japan - you just might get warned before you arrive not to talk or laugh too loudly or the neighbours might complain/call the police 😅
05/05 - Fushimi Inari Shrine ✨Children's Day Initially were going to do both the bamboo/monkey forest and Fushimi Inari but ended up leaving a little later than planned so just committed to only Fushimi Inari. I was expecting fairly large crowds considering the day and the station was..... not great. That said, the station was very small and so although it was crowded we were also out of there fairly quick. This review of Fushimi Inari is going to follow almost everyone's - it was busy at the bottom and as you go up you'll get a lot less people. Even it being Children's day didn't stop us getting moments of just myself and my partner being alone so don't be deterred if the bottom is busy! Beautiful views, we did the full routes going to the top. It was a bit tricky at times but it's not a race, and you'll feel good doing the full thing. We reached the top, were able to partake in the prayers there, then had a great time going back down. There was a little area near the end with a bunch of cats; we turned a corner and saw one and a bunch of people crowding round to take a photo. Maybe only a few steps later you realise there's about 4 more just chilling around the place. It was a cool experience and definitely worth doing at least once if you're there.


06/05 - Local train, Dotenbori, Den-Den Town We took a train from our airbnb to Osaka and went via the local train rather than the shinkansen. It was fine, we reached Dotenbori and our hotel was not far from the station. We got there a bit early again but our room was already available and our luggage had arrived too (: After getting refreshed we went out for the afternoon to Den-Den Town. This is Osaka's version of Akihabara, and we spent a lot of time with my partner looking in all the card shops. It was pretty rainy but not really a problem between the Lawson's umbrella and ducking into lots of shops ;) We spent time in an arcade for a while before heading out to Dotenbori market area and the bridges for the evening/night. Yet again another location in the Yakuza games so I had fun pointing out different places like the Mega Don Quijote or the crab restaurant. We had some food and ended up in a drinking place that used a QR code and website for ordering to the table which was dangerously easy to use haha. Had some really tasty sushi there too, I'll try and find the name if anyone is wondering! Took tons of photos there, the rain at night gave the city that classic look reflecting the neon lights everywhere.
07/05 - Kobe day trip We went to Kobe for the day, lots of rain but the main market area is all under cover so that was handy. My partner was looking for a new phone which he found, we also went to one of those places where they grill the food in front of you for dinner. It was great going in a scruffy elevator up to the restaurant and stepping out onto a really beautifully designed restaurant, and it wasn't very busy so we were able to go without reserving beforehand. Kobe itself is cool although we didn't explore too much outside the market areas due to just how hard it was raining, I think it was the heaviest on this day unfortunately.
08/05 - Nara day trip, Todai-ji We went to Nara and although the advice is to go early, we went for more mid-day time. It wasn't crowded at all so that was fortunate. We ended up walking past that famous mochi stall that you see on all the tiktoks of Nara. I wasn't expecting to see the making of the mochi and wasn't going to wait for it either however they started about 2 minutes after we found the stall so we did stay and watch and it was cool to see in person (: We tried the mochi, it's pretty good although for me it was a bit too dry from the powder. Was still tasty!!! Walked through towards the deer park and saw the pagodas around. When we reached the deer park of course we had to get some crackers and feed them. Oh my god they're so pushy!! It was actually so funny to interact with them, one tried to nibble me and we got headbutted a bit when we had the crackers but once you've given them all out then they'll leave you 😆. We sat on a bench for a bit and watched some other poor souls go through the same thing. Saw quite a lot of young fawns too which is cute. We kept walking up to Todai-ji, stopped for an ice cream, then went to the temple to see the huge Buddha statue. It was a good experience to see this temple, but at least for me it wasn't my favourite part of the trip. I know for many others though it's really great to see so don't knock it off your list if you're interested in it! I'm glad I went once but probably won't return. Spent some more time just chilling around Nara and looking at the temples and shrines around the place. We went back to Osaka for around 4pm. Spent the evening in Osaka again, no rain this time! Oh this was about the time I was developing a sore throat, a little bit nerve wracking but fully vaccinated + boosters and have had covid previously so was fairly certain it wasn't that. Even so, my partner was coughing a bit which is the start of the cold we both had for the rest of the trip 😔
09/05 - Osaka Aquarium, Dotenbori I didn't put the aquarium on my plan initially but we had another spare day in Osaka and I do like visiting aquariums + my partner likes penguins a lot and they had a lot there. It was a cool experience, a lot of families as to be expected but it wasn't packed so lots of opportunities to see the animals and fish :) The two whales were very cool, they're so massive. We also got to see their rockhopper penguin conservation area, you could see them sitting on their eggs. I recommend the aquarium to any families planning to be in Osaka, it's pretty easy to get to and the station gives clear directions on where to go to get to the aquarium and the nearby lego park. After the aquarium we went back to Dotenbori and looked around the various book-offs as my partner was looking for screen protectors. If you're interested in any Japanese media I can recommend them too, I found some games in there that were a lot cheaper than you find in the West in much better condition. Our coughs worsened by evening which wasn't great, we weren't doing much more in super crowded areas but it's obviously not good anyway. We were wearing masks everywhere beforehand but it made it more important. We did end up getting some Bron, if you're in Japan and have a cough then I do recommend it but just be aware that it contains codeine. We got some from a place that specifically had a pharmacy section, you bring the box to the cashier and they'll give you the actual bottle from behind the counter. Really really great stuff, much better than anything you can get without a prescription in the UK which was annoying as my cough was subsequently worse for about 5 days once I got back!! It's pretty much gone now though (lasted longer likely due to asthma but it was gone for my partner after a couple days of being back). Overall I really enjoyed Osaka, all the cities we went to were cool but for me Osaka was my favourite :)


10/05 - Shinkansen, Airbnb We left Osaka for Tokyo and took the Shinkansen back. We did splash out a bit and took the green car with seats on the Fuji side. I fell asleep for most of the trip but woke in time to see Fuji for the roughly 6-7 minutes it was viewable for. It was my only time to see Fuji due to the weather being almost clear that day aside from a single cloud going right across the mountain. It didn't block the peak though so I don't feel too robbed 😆. If/when we visit Japan again I would like to see it again closer but it was still a great sight. Once we reached Shinagawa station, we switched to the local train to head to our airbnb in Shinjuku once again (although closer to Shibuya this time whereas we were more North before). We were staying in a pretty close knit residential area but did a bit of a hello to the neighbours which was nice. We had done the luggage forwarding again but had set it to come the next day so we would be the people available for receiving it. Spent the time around the airbnb and also tried having an uber eats delivered (which worked great lol).
11/05 - Shibuya, Shinjuku We spent most of this day around Shibuya as we wanted a few souvenirs for family and also hadn't visited Shibuya properly. Went to the crossing, then spent time mainly shopping and going around one of the Donkis. Pretty rainy again but not a problem for a shopping day.
12/05 - RX-7 Day Trip (Lake Hinuma, Ibaraki Flower Park), Kabukicho We used Omoshiro Rent-a-car for the RX-7 (for those interested, here's the car - https://i.imgur.com/HRX4DYy.png ) and they were great. We had it pre-booked again before we arrived in Japan as it's a pretty sought after car to rent. Bit banged up but nothing major, and we had it booked for I think 8 hours? We did return it a little early as we didn't really have anything else to do and didn't want to be late with a return as the shop closed at the time we'd be returning it. A funny part of the terms you agree to is no Initial D style driving. For the trip itself, we didn't have anything major planned so I made a makeshift plan to just go a bit out of Tokyo and visit somewhere different. I found this lake on maps that'd be not too far, didn't realise until we were there that it's less a lake for sights and more for fishing 😅. No worries though, as the main reason was to get some driving in and enjoy having the car (which was achieved!). Got some snacks from a 7/11 then went off. We had a lot of time left so we drove to Ibaraki flower park, yet another quick find from scrolling around Google Maps. It was a very beautiful park, they have a rose market there as well as selling some fresh produce. It's a small charge to go in the park but it's worth it for the hour or more you might spend there and will go towards the park maintenance. Also being the middle of Spring of course it's going to be beautiful with all the new blooms (: We spent time there admiring the countryside and being sad about going back home the next day. We went back to the rental place afterwards, also during this drive was the time where we were finding it so funny how we were sticking to the speed limits in this beautiful car and being overtaken by massive trucks going so much faster. We did have a moment that was like from a movie though, we entered the expressway after the tolls and as we were pulling in an older Honda NSX was being driven next to us. The guy driving looked over and gave us a nod with a straight face before pulling ahead a little so we could be behind him. We ruined that movie mood by both being so excited by how cool the moment was but hey it's one of those things that won't be forgotten at least!! He zoomed off a few minutes later but we weren't risking anything to keep pace ahaha. We returned the car then went back to Shinjuku for our final evening in Japan. We went back to Kabukicho and I was able to see the arch in red :') Took photos of the karaoke place that's in the games, would've gone in but my throat was killing!! So we just stuck to being outside. We went back to the area around our airbnb, had our last dinner there then went and packed up ready to go home.
13/05 - Home :') Our flight was leaving a little before 9am so we were leaving the airbnb for 5ish. Early start but as we'd gotten packed up it wasn't too bad of a walk to the station. Grabbed our train, it was fairly early on one of the lines that goes direct to the station so we were able to get on with ease. The train was rammed by the time we reached the station. No problems getting through the airport, got to our gate and then flew home.

Final Notes

I had such a good time in Japan, I loved being there and hope to return within the next few years if life permits!! We definitely missed some of those 'must-do's' such as Osaka Castle, any of the theme parks, Arishiyama Monkey Park, actually doing Karaoke, and some of the food options due to my own anxieties walking into places lol. That said, I don't regret the things we did end up doing and it just means I'll have to fit some of those into my next trip 😉. Although my partner would like to visit more Northern areas like Hokkaido or Sendai so we'll see!
We didn't have probably as much packed into each day as could've been but for me this was perfect and a great time for my first time. If you managed to read all this then thank you very much, and please let me know if you have any questions about the trip!! I'll be happy to answer. Thanks for reading!
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2023.05.28 16:28 Effective_Log2179 Liability responsibility - Rental car

Can someone give some clarity how liability is handled if I am at-fault accident with no personal auto insurance, while driving Enterprise car rental in Alberta, Canada -
  1. Credit card cover damage to rental car only, no liability.
  2. I assume, In Alberta, liability is tied to the owner of the car and all rental cars are insured for liability by law? Can anyone confirm if Enterprise rental in Alberta comes with liability insurance and if it is included in the price I reserve the car for already.
I tried to check the agreement, but it's so confusing and doesn't clarify. Tried calling customer rep, he referred to "Liability Protection", but said it's optional.
Per my research, Enterprise does provide liability upto 200,000 which is the state minimum, is this correct?
Am trying to understand, if i need to pay for 3rd party injury claim or will rental company cover upto 200k limit (i don't have personal auto ins)?
Has anyone else been in similar situation?
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