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User content on Dhonisaurus reflects the opinions and experience of those users, not Dhonisaurus.
• Be sincere in your contributions. Post with purpose - to inspire, enable or share with fellow travellers.
• Respect that other people have different points of view, travel journeys, styles, budgets and confidence levels. Don’t take things personally.
• Be specific: When posting a recommendation, or a question, the more context and specificity you can give, the better for everyone.
• Give feedback - to your fellow travellers, to the industry, and to us, in a helpful and constructive manner.
• Keep it legal, and don’t defame others.
• Use common sense when seeking advice. Make your own inquiries, especially around subjects like health and safety.
• Be safe and smart when arranging to meet people, whether locals or fellow travellers.
• Create content of a discriminatory or derogatory nature. Rich debate is wonderful, and you can do it without being offensive, humiliating or intimidating based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, political opinion, age or socio-economic status.
• Defame, harass, flame or hold grudges.
• Impersonate another person, including Dhonisaurus staff or reviewers.
• Use the forums for spam advertising. We encourage representatives of properties to engage with the site, but request that representatives identify themselves as such. Adding value to conversations is the best way to build an audience for your expertise.
• Use excessively coarse language.
• Discuss how to commit illegal activity (like buying drugs, avoiding visa restrictions, etc). It’s OK to talk about the existence of these things, but don’t advise how and where to do them.
• Don't hide behind handles. We respect the right of travellers to be anonymous, which may lead some people to say things they wouldn’t face to face. Don’t be one of those people. If you’re tempted, remember, we can see who you are, even if other users can’t.
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