My passport experiences:
Travel by air:
No Canadian stamp (said they didnt stamp flights from US), but US gave stamp on way back
Australia gave both an arrival and departure stamp and US gave arrival stamp
Costa Rica gave arrival stamp, US did not give arrival stamp
Peace Bridge Crossing (I think)...Canadian stamp received upon request...
Tracked down the local immigration office in Cozumel and got a stamp
Same deal as Mexico
Same as Mexico (this stamp didnt have a date on it, it almost got me in trouble when I came home from Costa Rica and the Customs agent at the jetway after arrival started questioning me, he seemed suspicious)
Same as Mexico, but the agent wrote "Por Sovenir" on it...he also stamped it right on top of my US stamp from my Australia trip too...
In Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, on a cruise stop I attempted to find an immigration office. Me asking local police and other citizens "Donde esta la oficina de migracion?" led me on a wild goose chase for several hours around Limon looking for the Immigration office, but no such luck occured, we never found it
In Cartagena, no such luck either with finding an immigration office...
Thats about it...have a trip to England in 16 days so we'll see what happens then...
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