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1. 'Use cashpoints'' is CORRECT

Yes! The key phrase "save the hassle" gave you the clue of cashpoints as the easier and more accessible place to get money from.

2. 'Do It Yourself'' isCORRECT

Yes! DIY can be inferred from the phrase "you can cut out the middleman".

3. 'Enjoy the silence'' is CORRECT

Yes! The advice given here has to do with a way of not suffering from thenoise when you're lodged at a holiday destination.

4. 'All you need is a sarong'' is CORRECT

Yes! You needed to know that a sarong was a piece of clothing and hear the phrase "and you can evenwear it". But if you have guessed correctly, it was the only heading that included a garment.

5. 'Identify your luggage'' is CORRECT

Yes! The tip here advises you to make your suitcase stand outfrom the rest.

6. 'Plug away'' is CORRECT

1. BACKPACK is CORRECT

Yes! Did you know that "backpackers" is the name given to holiday-makers who travel with a backpack or rucksack.

2. T ALIFT is INCORRECT

Hint: The expression you need is a synonym of "hitchhike".

This much of your answer is correct: t

3. SLEEPING IN THE OPEN is CORRECT

Yes! To sleep rough is an equivalentexpression.

4. PACKAGED is INCORRECT

Hint: This includes transport, accommodation and possibly activities, all organised by the travel agent.

This much of your answer is correct: package5. COACH PART is INCORRECT

Hint: The phrase refers to the tourists who travel in a particular means of transport.

This much of your answer is correct: coach part

6. GUIDED TOUR is CORRECTYes! "Guided tours" are the opposite of "independent travel".

7. PUT UP AT A HOTEL is CORRECT

Yes! When you talk about accommodation, this is one of the verbs you can use, apart from"lodge" and "stay".

8. PITCH THE TENT is CORRECT

Yes! You "pitch your tent" when making camp.

9. BREAK CAMP is CORRECT

Yes! This is the opposite of "making camp" or "pitching your tent".
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