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The information on this website provided by The Adventures of Nicole are for general information purposes only. I try my best to provide up-to-date information. Nothing posted on The Adventures of Nicoleis a guarantee or a promise. Use this information wisely, remember you are reading the information on this website at your own free will and leisure. You taking the information provided by The Adventures of Nicole is at your own risk.

This websiteis not providing legal, professional, medical or dental advice. The information provided by The Adventures of Lil Nicki is for entertainment and informational purposes only. Any reliance placed on this information is at your own risk. The Adventures of Nicoleare in no way under any circumstance responsible for any losses or damages; direct or indirectly related to the information contained on this website.

*I saw other website’s disclaimer pages and they put their name in bold, I don’t know why. In fact, it makes me feel like they’re yelling at me. So naturally I did it to to fit in and also to yell THE ADVENTURES OF NICOLE no less than 14 times on this page. 

Blog Content & Comments:

All opinions presented on this website are the opinions of The Adventures of Nicoleand are not swayed by any companies or partners I work with much to some of their dismays. The Adventures of Nicolereserves the right to edit or delete any comments made on the website without any notice (ie: don’t put a bunch of links to your own blog in the comment you leave here, you twats). The Adventures of Nicoleis not responsible for any comments made by others on this website.

Copyright:

All photographs and words are property of The Adventures of Nicole unless they are cited otherwise. These photographs and posts may not be used elsewhere, reproduced, sold, or distributed without prior permission.  All posts, photographs, and videos are property of Nicole Smoot, the owner of The Adventures of NicoleWhat this all means is that I will hunt you down, and I am not scared to be a complete bitch about it. I hold copyrights on my work and if you try to steal my shit I will shake you down. Motherfuckers.

…Now just to figure out how to destroy all those ‘feature’ accounts on Instagram, reposting other’s photos and trying to make a name for themselves off the work of actual photographers…

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Any informations submitted to The Adventures of Nicole is not shared with third-parties and information is not stored. The only information about your visit to this website stored is that of which helps us analyze your preferences to optimize your reading and content experience, which is done so through cookies that are talked about in the section below. The only information I collect is email addresses from those of you that sign up for the newsletter and email updates. There is a link at the bottom of every email I send giving the option to unsubscribe* at any time However; I am not responsible for the privacy practices of other commenters or advertisers.

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First party cookies are created by the website that you are visiting. A third-party cookie is frequently used in behavioral advertising and analytics and is created by a domain other than the website you are visiting. Third-party cookies, tags, pixels, beacons, and other similar technologies (collectively, “Tags”) may be placed on the Website to monitor interaction with advertising content and to target and optimize advertising. Each internet browser has functionality so that you can block both first and third-party cookies and clear your browser’s cache. The “help” feature of the menu bar on most browsers will tell you how to stop accepting new cookies, how to receive notification of new cookies, how to disable existing cookies and how to clear your browser’s cache. For more information about cookies and how to disable them, you can consult the information at www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/.

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This website uses little cookies that help to retain you, the user’s preferences in an effort to help make your experiences online better suited to you. If you’ve never heard of cookies in the digital world and you’re thinking I’m talking about a delicious plate of warm, gooey chocolate-chips, then you’ve probably been living under a rock and I don’t really know how to help you aside from directing you to educate your behind-the-times-self here. You can disable cookies if you’re one of those foil hat wearing conspiracy theorists that think the aliens are watching you and that the government is spying on your mediocre life. All you have to do is disable them in your browser. If you don’t know what that means then google it. I didn’t come here to wipe your ass.

Also, note that pretty much every website only has a ‘cookie’ policy thanks to that GDPR thing the EU pushed out in 2018. Ie: most businesses don’t really care about your privacy, they only care about not getting fined.

Affiliate Links & Programs:

The Adventures of Lil Nicki participates in affiliate programs. These come in the way of links to outside websites, where you, the reader, can purchase recommended products, services, and more. The Adventures of Lil Nicki earns advertising fees through these purchases.

The Adventures of Lil Nicki is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

If you don’t like the idea of me getting a few bucks from bookings and purchases you make through a link on my website, you know, where I’ve spent countless hours navigating and spent heaps of my own money traveling these places and sharing these how-to articles and travel guides for ABSOLUTELY FREE, then simply don’t purchase anything through a link on here. Simple enough.

Travel at Your Own Risk:

Some of the destinations covered on this website are not safe at every given moment. Do your research carefully, a lot of security situations can change at a moments notice. Some destinations covered on this site have spiraled into war zones after The Adventures of Nicole travels there. The Adventures of Nicole cannot guarantee safety of any destination discussed on the site, and cannot be held responsible if something negative happens to you while visiting any one of these destinations. From stubbing your toe in your hotel bathroom to getting sunburnt on a beach, to being too hungover and missing a flight, to being dismembered in some freak accident, I am not responsible for any of it because you did in fact choose to travel, I did not force you.

Travel at your own risk.

Should you need any of this information clarified further because you’re dense, too lazy to actually read or you have a legitimate question, please do not hesitate to send an e-mail to:

adventuresoflilnicki [@] gmail.com

I seriously cannot believe I have to write this shit. Maybe we should just stop putting those warning labels on hairdryers telling you not to use it in the bathtub. Survival of the fittest.

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