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Hey voyagers,
/trv/ is a slow board, so don't expect immediate responses. CHECK THE CATALOG – you might find threads already discussing topics you're interested in.

Before asking for suggestions, tell /trv/ about your:
>Level of understanding of the local language(s)
This makes it easier to give quality advice. Of course, keep your posts travel related.

For all other matters:
General culture questions >>>/int/
Politics discussion >>>/pol/
Transportation discussion >>>/n/
Outdoors-related discussion >>>/out/

For more information about safety, planning and other miscellaneous topics, check out the pastebin in the next post:
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thai food vs viet food which is better ???
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post the best photo you've taken in your travels.
picrel not mine
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Do not visit Egypt
I am an American man who came to visit Egypt, but I felt so extremely unwelcome.

I went to the pyramids of Giza and they were truly majestic, but I couldn't walk more than a few steps without being harassed and hustled by the many of the touts trying to sell things or services. They were trying to sell me camel and horse rides, trying to give me a guided tour, trying to sell me worthless crap trinkets, trying to take my phone from me and take pictures of me and then demanding an absurd amount of money.

One guy that I got on top of his camel for pictures asked for money so I gave him $10 and he started yelling and screaming at me asking for $100. I thought he is going to attack me so I just quickly ran away from him.

One guy came up to me to pose in a picture with me and I told him to go away but he wouldn't. He stayed in the picture while my gf was taking the pictures and then he asked for money, I got so extremely mad and I screamed at him at the top of my lungs to go away. All of the other travelers around there heard and were looking and then only did the guy go away.

Then trying to walk around Giza and Cairo, just forget about it. It's virtually impossible. All of the touts coming up to us and asking if we need a ride, or if we can buy their whatever shit trinkets they are selling. We couldn't walk more than literally 60 seconds without someone new coming to harass us.

What is it about this place that makes visitors feel so unwelcome? Why do they do this? There is so much rich history and culture to Egypt that I am sure everyone all around the world would want to visit.

When I came back to the US and all my coworkers asked me how it was, I told them the pyramids and temples were amazing, but the touts were absolutely horrible. I told them not to go, and that I would never go back to Egypt ever again.
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What are the most dangerous feeling places you guys have traveled to?
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How do People Live Long Term in in NYC, Williamsburg in Particular?
Just went to NYC for 3 days. Stayed at an Airbnb in williamsburg. Although I liked it for the first ~36 hours, I started to dislike a lot more as time went on.
> Vast trash-scapes pretty much everywhere.
> Food/coffee is incredibly fucking expensive, even at the "cheaper" places. Yet these places are packed.
> Went to an extremely hipster coffee shop that charged 7 dollars for an espresso. Place was also extremely packed with mostly locals.
> Servers/waitresses generally had shitty attitudes.
> All of the Williamsburg locals seemed like giant faggots. People dress like fucking clowns. The stuff I overheard these people talking about was some of the most inconsequential, out of touch shit I've ever heard.
How do these people afford to live here? Why does everyone seem like such an insufferable shithead? I've lived in cities and in the country, but with the exception of some restaurants, this place is uniquely repulsive. Are all of these people just living off of Daddy's money?
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/PHG/ Philippines General
Philippines National Railroad (PNR) Edition.

/PHG/ is for discussing the following:
-Bible/Prayer study with filipinas
-Transportation options
-Mega Malls
-Provincial Tourism
-Nightlife and hotspots

No schizo posting allowed!
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Moving to Germany
I'm planning to relocate from Bongistan to Germany in the next couple of years, but I'm struggling to pick a city. Why? Because the national autism culture of ze Germans is very comfortable and welcoming to me, the quality of food and life in general seems better, and the UK needs to be nuked off the face of the earth.

My situation:

>already have remote job with German employer who can provide my visa
>speak fluent German
>64k GBP salary (but I will get paid in yuro should I move)
>50k in savings
>don't want to live in a region with a visible neo nazi problem
>also don't want to get bent over and assfucked for rent

The cities I like the most from previous travel are Cologne, Dresden and Leipzig, Berlin is okay and I have some friends there but I hear the rent market is nightmarish. What's a humble teutaboo to do?

Also, do people buy houses in Germany? I hear it's a rent culture, but I really need to invest some of that 50k somewhere and I'm absolutely not buying property on this shithole island.
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Where's should I visit if I want to try real spicy food? Was thinking South east Asia
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Johnny fucking silverhand
Hello, I am travelling to Hong Kong for about 2 weeks next weekend and was wondering if i can bring nicorette (nicotene) lozenges? I know there is a ban on alternative smoking devices, but what ive read is unclear on these. Can anyone confirm if these are ok to bring in? Or if any nicotine substitute
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Why is Poland so underrated? Why do tourists pick even the (imho) ugly dilapidated shithole of Budapest over any city in Poland? There's nothing to see in Budapest except the parliament building... and even it is p boring I mean it's just a single feature repeated like 1000 times. And there's nothing glorious about it or anything of Hungary's history of subjugation first by mongols then by Turks then by Austrians...

I think the erstwhile capital of the Most Serene Sarmatian Republic, Kraków, mogs both budapest AND prague. Prague is cool because the old town is huge, but it doesn't even have a market square or any landmark.
Kraków even has an Art Deco-inspired MODERN skyscraper (Unity Tower)
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Heading to the Carolinas soon to hang out with some buddies and go on some adventures.
What are the best places to go and things to see? And what are some things to avoid?
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What transferable skills do you have that allow you to travel so frequently? Allegedly this whole board has rich people working in foreign countries constantly. What jobs have you worked that let you live the dream?
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/rcg/ & /tpg/ - Roller Coaster General - Theme Park General
>Last Thread: >>2648804

>"remember, we parked the car under rollercoaster C" edition.

>What is this thread? Why are there two generals?
/rcg/ was initially created as a way for the roller coaster enthusiasts on here to discuss all things roller coasters and theme parks. While roller coasters are the main focus of these threads (and the title of the general) there is also discussion on other theme parks, their rides, as well as the parks themselves and trip planning too. That's where /tpg/ comes in.
>Can I talk about Disney/Universal parks in this thread?
Absolutely! Disney discussion of all sorts including rides/resorts/dining/trip planning is OK.

Thread Tip Pro: When in line for a coaster with a bunch of normies, feel free to autistically infodump to them every single iota of information you know about the ride you are about to go on: opening date, manufacturer, # of inversions, stats etc.

Roller Coaster Database:

Amusement Park News Sites:

Disney Park News:
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How can you guys even afford to travel?
Do most of you just travel for business or are there some passport bros here aswell? I just don't understand what type of job you could have to maintain this type of lifestyle.

So my main question is, what job do you guys have?
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Hi all,

Going to Georgia for a little over two weeks and am starting to plan an itinerary. So far I've got a couple of days in Tbilisi, hiking Mestia - Ushguli, and a couple nights in Kazbegi.

This leaves me with a little less then a week (roughly) so am looking for recommendations for how to fill the rest of the time. At the moment I'm torn between adding on Abkhazia or crossing into Armenia and using Yerevan as a hub for a couple of day trips. That said, I'm sure there's great things I'm missing in Georgia still. Not really into wine though I'd go out to the wine region if it was a good time of year to be there and don't plan on spending much time in Tbilisi though I'd be up for seeing more of Georgian culture in other areas.

Any thoughts trv?
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To hell with responsibility, travel is the answer
>Work dead end job for 6 months, live at home being miserable as fuck but save money
>Then travel in SE Asia for next 6 months, being happy and fulfilled

This is my life now and I will never stop. I work in a warehouse and live with my mom. I suffer every day but I know that I will soon have 6 months of pure freedom, relaxation and hedonism in Asia that awaits me and where I can be whatever I want to be. Any others living a similar life or thinking of doing so?

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Is AFRICA cooked?
>CTRL+ F: africa
>zero results

just a few years ago it seemed like africa was becoming cool but that seems to have dissipated. what is the reason for this? the resurgence of jihadism? the chronic eternal poverty? the threat of war doesn't seem to deter you guys from wanting to visit taiwan or SEA. so what happened to africa? i'm planning a world tour and wondering if I should just skip africa altogether.
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What's the point of travel?
I can't think of anything more useless than wanting to go abroad. Since I was a little kid it never made sense to me. Humans are isolationist on principle so it seems like a contradiction to want to encroach upon another tribe's turf in the first place. Even then, it's so much easier and far more fulfilling to just use the Internet to learn about a foreign place instead of spending all the money to physically go there, and inevitably waste more time walking around than having an interesting experience. I hear all the time about how you'll meet unforgettable people, immerse yourself in their culture, yadda yadda, but there's no way this is true. You're still an outsider to the locals, and you still don't know anything about their customs, their language, their landmarks, their food, their government... It just feels so stupid to me.

Maybe I'm the asshole here but I wish we could just appreciate other countries from afar and not infringe upon them. I don't care if it's for school, or business, or sex, it just seems weird. I read up on what an embassy was the other day and it made me genuinely mad, that there are these little pockets all over the world where a foreigner can go and be patronized instead of having to even pretend like they care about the natives. How is that not at least a little fucked up?

Anyways, TL;DR is that I think traveling is inefficient and stupid, maybe even disrespectful, and that you'd be far better off watching travelogues on YouTube or searching for local websites. The context doesn't matter, the whole concept is off to me.
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Can solo travel actually be enjoyable?
Or is it all just a waste of money. I mean completely solo, meeting people at your hostel and doing things with them no longer counts as solo.
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Any of u been to Somalia ? Especially Mogadishu
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looking for Scientologists
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Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread
>also known as /sqt/ (Stupid Questions Thread)

For your quick one-off questions that pertain to travel.

If your question is long or convoluted, it might deserve its own thread.

If your question is specific to a popular destination, ask in a relevant thread/general instead.

Previous thread: >>2600606
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Moving to finland
>be me
>still going to school
>live shit life, boring and monotonous, day after day, depressed
>only few superficial friendships, little if any connection to family, dislike distanced and work- and efficiency-focused culture here in Germany
>thinking about moving to Finland
>"happiest country"
>EU member state
>welfare state
>nordic countries usually score best in pretty much every ranking
>chance to get away from it all, start anew there, independently
>have good education, can probably get somewhat well-paid job here to begin saving money
>probably financial backing from parents/grandparents' estate
>maybe sidejob for the time being

Do you see any flaws here? I just started having this thought/urge lately. The idea just seems too good to be true.
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Two weeks working in Poland
I'll be solo traveling through Yurop on September/October and I have to do remote work for two weeks.
I was thinking of going to Poland and stay in either Wrocław or Warsaw, as they seem like nice cities to be a few days, and airbnbs don't look too expensive.

I'm looking for recommendations on where to stay (which cities, hostels/airbnbs), good places to eat and foods to try, and in general things to do after working or on weekends. I'm 25 y/o and never been to Poland fwiw
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i saved up 20 thousand to blow on my vacations. should i go to dubai or paris?
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moving to spain
leaf here with 1M net worth. should I just leave for spain? I did the camino and had a great time and looking at tax rates for foreigners + nice QOL plus good food, hot women, great weather. Seriously what are the downsides of getting out of this place and going to spain? I looked online and I can get a nice apartment near a beach for like 350k CAD. Not from EU so I'd need a job or something but I could rustle up something I'm sure. Maybe work at a winery I'm thinking...
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I'm moving to Svalvard (Longyearbyen to be exact) bit I know shit about Norwegian regulations, customs, etc.(but im trying to both, document my ass on that and trying to learn the language or as much as I can before moving)
Any of you guys can tell me more about the place?
Anything is good, from interesting areas, internet usage related topics, dos and donts, anything is useful.
Thanks in advance anon
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How safe is street food? I want to try some street food in India but seems risky.
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I've decided that the most reliable way to tell who is an NPC is to look at who closes the shutters/curtains on planes and buses. Anyone with a soul leaves these open.
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Living in Japan, what can you really expect?
So, basically, I got an invitation to live/work in Japan. I work in software engineering. I'm not a fanatic about Japan, but I think it could be a great experience in my life.

white male, 32yo

I speak some Japanese, and I can understand most conversations. However, I have some doubts about what to expect regarding day-to-day life. I'm taking a small preparatory course about the customs, but most of the content is related to work place or work related manners.

I'm going to live in a place around a big city.

I would like to know what the nightlife is like, the day-to-day life, and what I can really expect from my coworkers. What do people usually do on weekends? How is the dating scene, and how should I really behave on a first date?

Most of the info videos on this topic lack of useful information; some are overly positive, while others are just blackpilled. If anyone knows of a more realistic source about what to expect when living in Japan, I would appreciate it.
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florida man
What is it actually like to live in Florida?

To put it short. I'm sick of cold winters. I want to live next to theme parks... (not a disney adult)
I've visited Orlando a few times, so I'm not just shooting in the dark, but I wonder from any locals, what do I not understand as just a tourist?
What is the deal with all of the development complexes and HOA's? how do you even know which ones are for old people? What area's do I avoid?
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What are your thoughts on Las Vegas?
For a long time, Vegas was known as the place where poor people could roleplay being rich, as rooms and food were affordable for so long.
These days, it feels very different. Everything that shouldn't cost money, does. And everything that costs money costs A LOT. The word 'complimentary' doesn't even exist there.
Everyone is trying to get into your wallet. Even just walking down the strip, you get harassed by beggars, photo whores, ticket sellers, Asian "gifts".

I went a few months ago to check out the sphere.
>show was at night
>gotta kill time during the day
>every little "museum" exhibit on the strip is $50 and lasts <1 hour
>every place that sells food is at least 2x normal price
>spend all day walking the strip, sightseeing
>finally time for the show
>go into Venetian, as there is a bridge to the sphere
>convention going on, so bridge is closed
>they tell everyone to walk down the back sidewalk
>10,000 people walking both ways to the sphere, on a tiny sidewalk, spilling into the road
>watch a 45 minute environmentalist PSA for $90 in the sphere

The sphere is actually insane, and is worth seeing in person, but I'm amazed with how boring Vegas has gotten to me. I'm not big on drinking or gambling, I just like to sight see. But once you have walked up and down the strip a couple times, and you don't have tickets to any big event, its pretty hollow...
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What up fags, I'll be in Paris for the summer and I'm looking for recommendations for what to do/where to stay while I'm there. I'm in my mid-20's so I'll be looking to party and go out as much as possible. I'm an American with a remote job so I can afford pretty much anything (within reason). I'd like to stay as close as possible to the action.

Please don't respond if you've never been, or if all you've got to offer is a /pol/ spiel about how much it sucks. Save it, I'm more racist than any of you. Unfortunately, there's no city of any significance in France these days where you can avoid blacks and Arabs–– and none of them hold a candle to what Paris can offer. I don't want to hear it.
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what can you tell me about Columbia SC?
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SEA Travel
Saying fuck the US, moving over to PH since I can get a SIRV visa and stay as long as I like. I've got bare minimum $600/month in passive income to live off. I like to think I have a pretty solid plan here, but feel free to tell me I'm stupid and I'll let you know if I thought of it.

Anyway, I wanted to travel around a bit off Credit cards before I get there, so I should have around $30k to work with, plus a couple grand cash for the things that won't take cards. I want to visit Japan, see Tokyo and visit some of the whisky distillers, check out some of the historical stuff. Maybe visit South Korea? Then head to Thailand for a bit for the nature, temples, etc. Then off to Philippines to figure out where I'm settling down.

Just wanted to know what /trv/ thought, if there's things I should be sure to do in those countries, if there's other countries I should check out, or anything else I should know. I like to walk/hike, have no problem going out off the beaten path, and I've got a pretty strong stomach and enjoy authentic Asian food, so no need to find McD or shit like that.

Anything I should know, resources I should check out, trolls complaining about what I'm trying to do?
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Is it possible for an anglophone to find work in Montreal?

I don't have a lot of work experience, I'd like to go back to school. I studied in Montreal for about a year when I was younger and loved it. I want to return, but I only really have work experience in retail. Has anyone else lived there extensively? Is it possible for Anglos to make a living?
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Denver Layover tomorrow
Where can I find the creepy murals? I want to get a photo of the NWO soldier and the blue horse.
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what villages are fun for tourists?
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I'm here right now and fail to understand the draw of this place. It has the demographics of India and some South American Venezuelan ghetto with a sprinkle of habibis on top and at night becomes a degenerate absolute hellhole dump reminiscent of a favela
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Im going to Italy, starting with Rome than use the train system(trenitalia) to enjoy different cities, im doing an italy sweep trying to have the ultimate Italian experience, is 10-12 days enough? any suggestions on
>where i should go and do.
I can speak Italian so small villages wont be an issue. thought about using a fairy to reach sicily.
>any activities for a single man
like going to restaurants alone isnt my thing, most of my food would be breakfast at a cafe or some fruit from a grocery store. ( i did this during my spain and france visits)
>is tinder good in italy?
used it both in spain and france, was successful in both, but im a little older, i believe thats a big factor on getting matches.
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NYC tips
Good evening everyone, I’m going to NYC in under 48 hours for a graduation and semi vacation with my wife. I have no idea what’s there, what to do outside of food, and other obvious “things to see”

Does anyone have recommendations of things to see, do, experience that will be worth our time and money? I’m coming from Austin - I was hoping for some cool museums, mobster Italian places and maybe some off the beaten path.
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What's your unpopular traveling related opinion?
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how was your trip to slovenia?
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i am going to land in paris without phone
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When will you be doing the needful and redeeming Russia, fellow Indianbros? I am looking at ticket now.
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I am in Chiang Mai Thailand for a month, what should I do here?
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I'm thinking of moving from Tucson, AZ to Oklahoma City, OK. Will it be an upgrade? I work from home, 27 year old, with a gf.
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Man: Just exists in an Airport
Women: OMG!! This is sexual harassment!!!

Why are they like this?
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how are these places as tourist destinations?
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Thinking about moving to Argentina
Argentinian Flag
For context, I have a friend there who is looking for a roommate they said I don't even need a visa to stay permanently: I tried working through the constitution but can't find anything that explicitly confirms this(Not legally trained, could just be a dumbass)

Is anyone able to confirm this? If it's not true, how much should I expect to drop just to get a temporary residency?(Assuming we are using USD)
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Present Your Itineraries
Here's mine for a 3 week vacation in Catalonia + Andorra

Andorra (3 days): Go hiking/climbing/cycling in the mountains

Lleida (2 days): Check out the city for one day, then go hiking in Mont-Rebei Gorge

Tarragona (4 days): Roman ruins, the beach, vineyards, monestaries. Really a fuck ton to do.

Girona (5 days): There's even more here. First of all the city itself was a filming location for Game of Thrones.
Costa Brava has so many beautiful towns, too many to list, most notably Cadaques which is near Cap De Creus.
Olot provides a natural park with inactive volcanoes.

Barcelona (5 days): Has enough to explore in the city without travelling out.
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Real Traveler's map™
trv map
Post your travel maps in this thread. Pic related is the official /trv/ Real Traveler's map™, edition 4.0.4

Fill in the countries and subdivisions you have visited, talk about your map and ask others about their maps. You can use the map however you like, the colors are more like suggestions, you don't have to use them, and you don't have to use all of them. You can add or remove colors and change the map as much as you want in any way you want. Don't like this map? Upload a completely different one. Up to you. Despite what some might say, there's no "wrong" way to use the map, and new posters and less travelled people are welcome and encouraged to stay and post :) This map is a group effort by our board, and we can only improve it if people reach out to share suggestions or corrections.

This is the newest edition of the map, edition 4.0.4, updated for January 2024. I'll post the simplified template in the next post. Changelog:

Subdivision changes
>Added Southwest Papua province of Indonesia (located in the northwest of Papua)
>The Central African Republic created three new prefectures in 2020 that I wasn't aware of before now
>Following a referendum in August 2023, Ethiopia's Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region was finally dissolved and split into Central and South Ethiopa Regional State
>Norway reversed some of the merged counties from 2020 and now consists of an unholy mix of 15 old and new counties
>Following the war with Azerbaijan, Artsakh has been dissolved and removed from the map
And this is why we travel lads. A country just disappeared overnight. The old Artsakh has been added as DLC.
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San Francisco
Flying to SF for work at the end of the month, decided to extend the trip a bit. Now I've got four days to fill. What do I do? I know nothing about the city.
>what are you interested in/want to do
Relax, discover a new city, bit of photography (land/cityscape). I like walking.
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Switzerland & West German Region
An old friend and I are flying to Zurich on Friday, to spend about two weeks exploring the region. Current plan is to spend a few days in Switzerland before heading North by train. The only 'planned' activity is to visit a small town outside Cologne, which is where my ancestors lived before they migrated to the US in the 1850s.

Besides that, we have no real plan or structure around how we will spend our time or where we will go. I am used to traveling domestically in the US, so the scale makes it seem like it would be relatively easy to see Eastern France, Belgium, and Netherlands while we are there. I'm generally interested in avoiding very tourism focused areas, and enjoying whatever the local areas have to offer. Food, drink, scenery, meeting people. I had considered looking for some live music in the cities we'll be in as a way to meet locals.

My only travel outside the US was to Shanghai, which I enjoyed but was very different than I expect this part of Europe to be.

Any general advice or suggestions on how to make the most of our time in the region?
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Post the downsides of living in the midwest
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Real Traveler ™ Guatemala Trip
Sup bros. Going with a chick to Guatemala for 5 Days, and looking for suggestions, mostly for Lake Atitlan, but open to any point.
>>Day 1:
>Land at 1130 in GUA
>1230 private transfer to Antigua
>1400 Arrive in Antigua
>Check into AIRBNB
Plan is to mostly relax, eat food. Not do too much, we're staying near 2 calle Oriente 22, Antigua, Guatemala 03001, Guatemala. Gonna do the Acatenango hike the next day so want to sleep early.

>>Day 2:
>Wake at 0500
>Go to Wicho & Charlie's Volcano Tour at 0700
>Bed Down at Camp Site

>>Day 3:
>Complete Volcano Hike
>Return to Antigua by 1300.
>Depart from Antigua by 1430
>Arrive to Panjechal by 1700
>Go immediately to Santa Cruz and arrive by 1800.
>Eat food and rest.

>>Day 4:
>Wake Up Early go to San Marcos for Yoga
>Spend Half Day in San Marcos walking around exploring
>Spend second half of day in Santiago (see Mayan shit).
>Go home to Santa Cruz by 1900, maybe check out Free Cerceza.

>>Day 5:
>Something early? Maybe Bird's Neest Hoke
>Sunset in San Pedro/Light Nightlife
>Sleep in Santa Cruz

>0630 Depart from Lake Atitlan to GUA
>0930/1000: Arrive at GUA
>Board by 1340

Packing List:
Lulu Fleece
Hiking Pants
Hiking Boots
3x Hiking Socks
Gymnastics Ring
GoRuck canvas kettlebell for exercise
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Travel things which ruin your day
Do you let others or things annoy you when travelling?
Or do you just ignore it.

If not, post examples

1. Americans asking questions in a museum (it will be a moronically stupid child level question of ignorance).
2. French/Dutch accent is heard nearby
3. Queue skipping
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RV Thread
Where you going this summer?
Family is going to Gatlinburg comin' up.
Post best RV locations, trips, etc.
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How to visit Egypt
Planning on trying to visit Egypt in late May to early June. I know I need a visa and my passport is up to date, but is there anything else I should be aware of or reserve before going? Or is the situation in the bordering countries too intense? No itinerary yet either. I appreciate any help.
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Medical Tourism
What are good destinations for medical tourism? In Asia I see mainly Thailand, India, and Malaysia mentioned as having good quality of care with good prices and occasionally Taiwan. Any experiences with these or others? Seeing India surprised me, but it is talked about pretty highly from what searching I’ve done.
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the netherlands
going to the netherlands soon
any recommended places to visit?
also gonna get fucked up so advice on easy to get boner pills would be helpful. can they be bought in pharmacies with no recipes?
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Anon, what is essential to know if you want to travel to Malta?
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Hong Kong
Has anyone been to Hong Kong post COVID? Is there still soul or has it been completely taken over by the CCP?
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South Pacific
Whats the best island to go to in the south pacific? Ive been to bora bora and im still keen to go to something similar
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Seattle Trash
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I just got back from Seattle and had my worst travel experience ever. What a miserable place. Dirty, ugly, and extremely dangerous. On my first day, I went to Pike Place and saw a crackhead taking a dump in the middle of the street. Drug users shouting and threatening people in broad daylight, and the population just walks around as if nothing is happening. I'm Brazilian and, despite agreeing that Brazil is a cursed country, I can assure you that a lot of what happens in Seattle doesn't even happen in Brazil.

Every business in the city was keen on displaying LGTV++++++ and BLM flags everywhere, and everything there seems to be wrong and bad. A $20 pizza costs literally double because of some stupid regulation to pay more to delivery drivers. Not only that, I also saw
a bunch of people eating French fries every single single morning (eating fried food in the morning should be a crime).

What really scared me was the number of leftist freaks roaming the streets. Combine that with black people, crackheads, and homeless people, and you have the worst city on the planet. I say with absolute certainty: I would have preferred to go sightseeing in Africa than in this sewer called Seattle. Such bad vibes.
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>weed LMAO

Okay but what do you actually DO there? I got a short stint during the summer, but looks like the best thing to do with your time is take a day trip into the mountains. Any other recommendations?
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>passport bros saturating any decent location
>social media basically bringing in hordes of normies and zombies into any tourist location
>westernization at rapid pace
>overall inflation
>brutal competition with concepts like looksmaxxing and geomaxxing going mainstream
>foreigner fatigue
Future doesn't look bright bros. What keeps you all motivated to travel?
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What can you do in Texas/Houston?
I got offered completely free trip for 7 days.
Never been in US. I guess going to gun range as European would be cool. It apart from that I'm out of ideas.
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Jobs that allow for travelling
Im currently working a shitty dead end job and want to find a new one. The only experience I have is various machinery and quality stuff. I'm relatively young and don't have any experience outside of that. I want to find a travelling job because it's the thing I enjoy the most outside of vidya. I don't think I would mind working with others but I'm not very social. I don't want to work another monotonous job. Is there any job that fits the bill or do they all require some sort of experience?
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Biggest tourist no-no's you've encountered while traveling
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As practical advice and warning for your fellow travelers, what bad tourist behavior have you seen, or even accidentally done?

One i learnt the hard way, people don't find it amusing or cute if you use their secret word for you on yourself: Rosbif in France, Farang in Thailand, it doesn't come across as self deprecating, it comes across as mockery and assumes they'd use that word.

Also do not try and catch a banknote blowing away in the wind with your foot in Thailand, it's massively disrespectful to the royal family.
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Any good alternatives to Duolingo?
Duolingo used to be a fairly useful website.

Back when people could submit courses, there was a forum and there were the guidebooks. And it's complete dogshit that the cunts who are in charge of Duolingo thought it was a good idea to just delete those features all together. All of the 3rd party submitted courses like Maori just never got to be released.

I live in England and some of the languages I've been learning are Welsh, Dutch and Finnish.

Is there anything as good as Duolingo I can use instead? The thing I hate about most language learning websites is that it tends to be the most uninteresting, unintuitive, ineffective gameplay ever. Usually just listening to audio clips of people greeting each other and just matching up words with pictures and little explanation of how to construct a sentence.

Duolingo of course was never going to make you fluent and was more for your reading and writing but at least with the old version, it was straightforward and some of the guidebooks before they were deleted actually had very elaborate and readable explanations of grammar. It just gave you a clear place to start and where to go next.

Is there anything worth using instead, again many language learning websites are crap. I feel like the only way to study a language without expensive classes or hoping for the best with immersion is to just use textbooks as the old school way.
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Going to bangalore for a month. What are some things I should do there? Any advice or hacks from experienced India /trv/elers?
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I finally got bitten by those mfs at the hostel, and it was a nightmare. Thankfully, I received a full refund, and they closed the room with four beds, don't know how long they will though. Have you ever had a bed bug experience?
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Hello American friends. In june I will be coming to Miami for 10 days.It will be my first time to america, I like walking so will not be using many Uber. What is the best way to found out areas or streets which should be avoided.
Usually I am not troubled when travelling I don’t look like a victim but in america my fear is someone coming to me with a gun to rob me. Thanks :)
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Neet in south america
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I have $20k to last a year or more in South America starting June 1. I want to be a NEET for one year and live in airbnbs 1month at a time in some big cities. I like walking and exploring safe places alone you don't need a car or taxi. I'm thinking Buenos Aires or Rio,
Where would you go?
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>here’s your 18% tip for handing me a drink
Is there anything fun to do here that doesn’t cost a fortune or that is even free for that matter? I’m sick of paying to do literally anything here.
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Business class thread
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What's a good business class to choose for long flights? Anyone tried the new ANA "The Room"?

I flew with ANA last year and I was actually quite disappointed. The lounge at Haneda sucked ass (too small, very few food options and none of them good), the catering on the flight was also way worse than what you'd get on Finnair or even United Polaris. I don't know why people cream themselves over this airline, I guess it's just the cute cabin crew?
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Am I the only guy who likes to travel abroad and try local McDonald's stuff? Pic related, Banana Pie in Brazil
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I'm going to Berlin for the first time this month. Any tips or recommendations?

I'm already pretty set on visiting historical sites and the museum island but I'm clueless when it comes to restaurants, bars, cafes and the public transport. Would also like to know the best student type sports bars. Also, is it safe enough to walk around at night?
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travelling to lose weight
is this a thing? I was thinking asia would be where its at, lots of rice and soup and vegetables.

also I've read a few times american food is so toxic that people feel different/better after eating somewhere else for a while. could this be legit or they just feel good because they're on vacation? sorry if this thread is better suited to /fit/
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Travelling to Dubai
My friend found a cheap round trip flight to Dubai in June ($550) and we decided to yolo a 20 day trip.

The thing is, we're both middle class people and I'm having a ton of regret now about spending 20 days in Dubai and how expensive and hot it's going to be - especially since looking into it, Dubai just seems like a worse version of Las Vegas.

It's too late now to back out, I could take the L on the plane ticket (we haven't booked any accommodation) but I don't want to fuck over my friend. Is budget travelling Dubai possible? And is it even worth visiting?
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My expectations were low, but holy crap.

As a foreigners, I literally can't do anything here. Can't buy a sim card, can't open any useful aps, can't buy train tickets online... can't even pay for a KFC burger at the Hangzhou airport because I couldn't pay with Wechat pay! holy shiet bros. Why is China so hostile to foreigners right now?
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How do people justify flying business or first class? How are people able to spend like +$10k on a flight? Wouldn't that money be better spent on the actual trip? Rich people really live in a totally different world man...
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Chartering in New Zealand
Anybody know anything about chartering a boat?

I'm taking my wife to New Zealand, he sister is coming with. I thought it would be really cool to charter a boat overnight to get up the coast. But I could settle for a day trip if it's cost prohibitive.

Google is telling me anywhere from $1,000-$1,000,000, so no idea where to start.

Anybody have experience with this kind of shit?
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Why is Europe so overrated?
Boring, expensive, unfriendly, cold for most of the year, dark. What's the appeal in this shithole?
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Where should I go and what should I see? Good places to meet people too? Anyone want to hang out next week?

Can not speak a word of Greek
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El Salvador
Anyone been to El Salvador? Anyone been a Bitcoin tourist there?

I was just cleaning up an old flash drive and found 0.5 BTC, so I've got $32K to waste on whatever. I was thinking of flying down there and spending a few weeks on the beach.

But how the fuck do I cash this out in El Salvador? I know that outside of "Bitcoin Beach" most businesses and street food vendors and whatever just deal in paper money; as a tourist, will the banks or forex kiosks exchange Bitcoin for dollars, since both are now recognized as legal tender there?
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wuhu island
Is there a place or resort similar to this in real life?
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North Korea advice/stories
I am considering going to the DPRK with Koryo Tours:

I know there are other tour groups but they seem to be the most experienced with a large amount of options. They also seem to have a good relationship with the gov. The DPRK just seems to be one of the most interesting and fascinating countries ever, and I want to see it for myself, but i am worried and heavily considering going to Central Asia instead. Has anybody gone/considered to gone then thought better? Recommended things to see?
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whats the best one
Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Finland or Iceland?
which is your favorite and why? looking to visit one of them, or can i go in all 4 as a use citizen in the course of 1 month.
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dream tourism
>ITT we describe "countries" we've been in dreams and other anons tell us which irl place matches the closest. I'll start with the dream I had this morning
>I went to "Peru"
>It was a LatAm country but forested with evergreen trees and streams of water, old run down neoclassical architecture and modern skyscrapers in disrepair but decent by thirdie standards with lots of wide open streets and unused real estate

Dream number 2
>Islamic Arid African nation
>run by military junta
>lots of gold statues and colorful 1 story buildings sprawling as far as the eye can see
>had to be escorted by hijabi tour guide
>was permitted to drink a single beer as a degenerate westerner
>Everything looked like Astana but with red soil everywhere

Dream 3
>"europe" but nothing but a sleigh styled open air tram running through endless bridge loop of giant masonry buildings of baroque clockwork architecture at night with a full moon the size of half the sky

Dream 4
>some weird russian/chinese hybrid full of farming villages and tractors and rolling hills of wild grasses set against the sea
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Playa del Carmen
Booked a week long trip to PDC at an all inclusive for mid May. Anything to know about the area? Im a 23M who passes for Latino and went a few times with senpai but this is my first time solo
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Where do your kin go for retirement? I'm an autistic polack and have enough of the winter seasons, are med countries liveable for social retards?
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What's the funniest travel experience you had?
My sister and I just went to France and had a multitude of experiences that resulted in many laughs from our family. One being her trying to converse with the a local in broken Duolingo French. After 15 minutes of hearing us struggle, he started speaking fluent English despite listening to her and I converse in English. He just wanted to mess with us and it was all in good spirit. We had a great time.

Did you have any memorable travel experiences that has made people laugh when you recount it?
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Had to be drug-related right?
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What to do in Indonesia?
Where would you go and what would you do if you were there for a few weeks?
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/BRG/ Brazil General Thread
Quite a lot of chat about moving to Brazil lately. Discuss your Brazil travel related enquiries and opinions here.
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SEA Interrailing
Is it possible to get between the major mainland cities of the SEA solely (or at least mostly) by rail in {CURRENT_YEAR}?

What are the facilities like for long-distance travel via train?

Do you have any stories, good or bad, of interrailing or train-hopping in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos (do they even have trains lol), Malaysia, or Singapore?
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Thinking of heading to Colombia next month
What am I in for?
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Boston is an incredibly disappointing city and not worthy of its reputation.
yeah i said it
It’s almost as expensive to live there as Manhattan with almost none of the convenience. The T is probably the worst subway system in the U.S. and that’s saying something. It’s worse than the NYC subway, DC metro, Chicago El, and San Francisco BART.

And it’s no wonder it’s sore expensive, the city is mostly detached or semi-detached houses so for all intents and purposes you need a car. If you want to live in an apartment in a walkable area, good luck finding anything that isn’t 4k or more for a one bedroom that isn’t falling apart.

There's also just not enough to do, even the museum situation is lackluster for a city of its age and historical prominence. Boston likes to pretend it has a rivalry with New York but it’s not even in the tier below.
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Is Japan actually a bad place to live?
I keep hearing
>Japan is a great place to visit, but a terrible place to live!
Those who've both travelled and lived in Japan, is this true? If so, why?

I visited Japan last year, I know that obviously being on vacation with no commitments is a completely different experience from living somewhere and having a job, but still, to me it seemed like a place I would be happy to work in.

>can go for a walk at night and don't have to get worried about getting robbed by a crackhead
>know that if I leave my wallet somewhere, it'll still be there when I get back
>if you live in a major city, you don't need a car, can basically get to anywhere in the country by bullet train
>japanese people are polite, pleasant to be around, and keep to themselves which is great for an autistic introvert like me

I know that Japan's working culture is extreme, but that only really applies to actual Japanese people, right? As a foreigner you won't really be expected to conform to any of the strict social rules
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You can make it here. Schools are all privately owned, you don't even need a tefl, just bullshit a resume and dress nice. Felon? Failure? It doesn't matter, you can start fresh here.
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Moving to Hawaii worth?
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IT guy who just had their office shut down moving to full remote from now on(we only had an office because the lease wasn't up till next month and had to come in for the Execs). I make about 82~87k/yr and am told I can work anywhere in the 50 states so long as I am online and available per my normal time of 9am PST. Is Hawaii a big meme? It's been kind of a dream to move there and looking at apartments it's not more expensive for a studio than where I currently live on the west coast.

Looking at a 300 sqft studio is 900-1200 or so, and cooking at home I suppose I could save some money. I've traveled there a few times for a week or two each and loved it and my lease is up in July and wondering if I should look to move out there. My concern is that I might run out of shit to do and just be stuck on the island and that if work ever cut my position looking at tech jobs in Hawaii it seems like shit pickings. Has anyone lived there? I like the beach and mountains but worried that after a year of exploring the island I'll either be stuck in a situation where just rich enough to island hop but not rich enough to take long excursions to places like Japan or Asia on those cheap flights.
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I went to the restaurant with the highest rating in the app.
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Traveling tips.
what are good traveling?
>never book on a weekend, wait till teusday
>clear brower history before checking flight prices
>Airbnb a single room with single bathroom
Also next 2 months im free, so where should i go to just waste 10k in whores. (no Thailand please,. im into Scandinavian hos
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where should i go next month
Ive got flyer miles, and money, I want somewhere interesting. and whens the best time to get tickets, i heard booking on Tuesday is always cheaper.
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Are the rumors true?
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Kek Philadelphia thinks it's a big city
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Why is the USA so overrated?
Boring, expensive, unfriendly, full of fats and dark people. What's the appeal in this shithole?
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How's Portugal?
I've got two weeks in November to go somewhere, and was thinking Portugal. Despite having been around the world a bit, I've never gone to Europe. I'd just stay on the mainland between Lisbon and Porto for time, probably stop in Evora, Coimbra, and Braga too. Just interested in the food, old cities, and such. Don't care so much about beaches as its probably too cold in November.
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Things to do near Halden
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I'm going to be spending a week in Halden, Norway in late June and I'm wondering if any of y'all know of some cool day trip things to do, or have any recs in the immediate area (obviously Oslo is close).
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Hotels need to understand ONE thing
pepe happy breakfast
I can walk in to a leaky roof, nails in the floor, and rats in the bed, but if the breakfast is good, you will get at least 2 stars.

on the other hand,

Your hotel can have clouds for beds, a fully stocked gym, and classy massage parlors with happy endings, but if the breakfast is ass, the best you get is 4 stars
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>no longer wish to live in Canada
>currently graduating university with solid career lined up making low 6 figures

So uh... How exactly do I start a new life in another country? You can stay in Japan if you make enough money, but what exactly do you do for work? Or do people just find remote jobs paying USD while living abroad?

or is everyone doing this either living off career savings/crypto sell-off/being a broke ESL teacher?
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New York or Chicago?
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Im trying to buy tickets for my boyfriend for his birthday. What seems like the better choice for entertainment/museums? New York or Chicago? I visited both places, though I liked New York more. We do currently live in America, he just never has been to those states, the last time I was visiting there was when I was a kid.
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Ugliest cabin crew uniforms by far. Terrible color, unflattering silhouette, and the fabric looks like some cheap shiny plastic/polyester crap you find at a Chinese street market. Who the fucked approved this shit.
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Car Rentals
What are you driving off the lot with, anon?

Also, thoughts on Turo? Gonna be in Detroit and Turo is much cheaper but I've never done it so I dont understand the process. If I pickup at the airport I just leave it at the airport, right?
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/jpg/ - Japan General
Okinawa edition

ー How do I travel by public transportation? ー
Use Google Maps within cities, install the Jorudan or Navitime app for intercity travel

ー Dude, what should I see in ________? ー
>Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc
*You should probably check on google if a place is still in business before you plan a whole trip around it*

ーJR Passー
JR Rail Pass is it worth it? Since JR has adjusted the prices for the pass, not really anymore, unless you want to travel by train very extensively. You can plug in your itinerary in the links below and compare prices to the JR Pass.
With the increased price of the JR Pass, local train passes might be good deals now.

New prices starting October 2023
>7 day Pass: ¥50,000
>14 day Pass: ¥80,000
>21 day Pass: ¥100,000

ーInfo on Prostitution ー
Check out the links below and try not to derail the thread with repetitive questions about this or janny will get mad. You can also check out old threads under Any question you might have, like "Do I need to speak japanese to see a prostitute?" or "Can I really have penetrative sex in a soapland?" have been answered hundreds of times, learn to use the fucking archive OR READ THE GUIDES LISTED HERE. STOP FUCKING TALKING ABOUT IT IN THE THREAD

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Flights thread
Is $2000 CAD a good price for a round trip from Toronto to Tokyo? Booking like 5 months in advance.
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Working holidays
Anyone have experience with working holiday orgs like work away and wwoof? It sounds kind of gay but I want to stay in other countries for extended periods of time on a low budget. Idgaf about tourist stuff I just want to learn the language.

Worth my time or poorly disguised slavery?
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Burger wants to visit Cuba, is it reasonable or am I retarded? Also, only basic Spanish knowledge - can I cheese my way through a two week visit with Google Translate?
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East Tennessee (Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge)
The East TN Map
Anon from the West Grand Division of Tennessee, and currently at a small lodge in Pigeon Forge (with family).
I have the problem of trying to find something to do that isn't just a drain on the wallet for the next 4 days. We were planning on going hiking but it seems like it is gonna be rained out pretty hard. I've been here before plenty and would like to see/know some stuff that is uncommon but still fun.
(I personally was wanting to go to an art or model railroad museum but it seems like they are either too far away or more-so a glorified store front)

(Use this as East TN general if yall want)
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Euro Tour Plan
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Planning something like picrel with frens. I'm a big historyfag, so I need anons help with writing down an itinerary. I don't want to go to Little Africa in Paris and leave without seeing the history.
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How does one know if they are banned from entering a country or something?

My mates and I are looking to go to Japan come this summer to some warm beaches but we have one of our friends who caused issue last time. Problem is he had a slight bump in with the law there, basically wandered into one of those police boxes drunk and tried to hire a taxi on the phone they had. Got a big guy yelling at him in the office as I was catching up to him to walk back to our hostel. He's now scared they got his face and prints off the phone and will arrest him at the border because of issue people like Johnny Somolia and other youtubers giving foreigners a negative light. I think he's lost it a bit from the online stuff.

I've told him that they police probably get idiots doing that all the time and it wouldn't even be worth the paper work to even file something so small. I don't even think customs even would look at some small infraction since I've heard other people spending the night in a drunk tank but going back to Japan without issue. Right?

Any advice we really need a 4th person to help keep the costs down for an airbnb. Has anyone been in a situation like this?
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18 year old want to get out of town. Advice?
Hello everyone I'm 18 years old about to graduate end of May. Been living in my home town all my life, went to oklahoma once as a kid, but that doesn't count.
I've never been anywhere, don't have my passport and see all my friends going on trips in the summer, springbreak, after high school etc. Makes me depressed. I just want to leave and do something exciting for cheap, especially since I still need money for college.
Any travel advice is appreciated.
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How do you guys carry your passport when you travel?

I usually keep it in my front pants pocket when I’m in the airport along with any other important IDs, permits, boarding passes, etc. for easy access, but recently I had an incident where I was in a rush to catch a bus and dropped a very important ID card at some point between passport control and customs and would’ve been fucked had an airport security guard not tracked me down to return it. This made me think that it’s time to get a passport holder.

My only concern is that holders are rather bulky and an obvious target for pickpockets when outside the airport. I had a pretty scary incident once when I was stopped by local police in a foreign country when I wasn’t carrying my passport and I almost ended up going to jail, so since then I always make sure it’s on me when I’m outside the hotel.

What about you anons, any suggestions?
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Is it weird that I don't care about interacting with local people while traveling?
Beyond basic politeness, I just don't care to try to get to know the local people when I travel. They're just going about their day-to-day lives, and I don't want to bother them. When I'm at home, I'd find it obnoxious if some random stranger came up to me chatting and wanting to get to know me. I've read a lot on here and other travel-related forums that a big part of traveling is interacting with local people, and I guess I just don't get it. Some guy working in a restaurant or some guy out in public who had just gotten off of work probably doesn't really want to waste time talking to a tourist but may play along to be polite. It strikes me as self-centered behavior as if the "locals" are exotic zoo animals that should be studied.
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/trv/ can ruin your children's lives
Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie) lives in Japan with his Italian wife and their infant mixed race (Nordic/Mediterranean) infant son, Bjorn. However, he’s made a terrible mistake.

Japan is a unique culture. It is a racially homogenous ethnostate. Anyone who is not racially Japanese is considered a foreigner, and can NEVER be truly accepted. You see where I’m going here?

Despite being BORN IN JAPAN, the kid will always be viewed as an outsider. Even though he was born there, he will never be accepted, because he is not racially Japanese.
Imagine being a foreigner in your own country. What will be the psychological effects on the kid, as he realises that he will always be a Gaijan, even in the country where he was born and grows up in.
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Thinking of going to Tijuana next month.
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Advice on where to move to?
I've grown up in the DMV my entire life and I am now starting to make some decent money and consider moving. I genuinely hate living in this area, DC has a good metro system but the traffic in this area genuinely depresses me, I hate the culture here and the only reason I've I would even consider staying here is the Dulles Airport.

So I've been considering moving to Tempe, AZ since that area has really interesting nature and has everything else that I already use at home. If I'm being honest I've been afraid of committing to moving since I'd be completely alone across the country even though I think I'd have a better life. I'm also considering moving to Nashville and Denver.

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CanAm Maps?
World maps are fun but I like how USA/Canada look together so let's do a map of these places.
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I have travelled a bit here and there and experienced some really cool stuff. But now I want to do something really special and exciting. Something I will talk about until I die, remembering the experience, but I have no idea what could give me that feel. I want something unique that most people will never dare to experience. Not something like swimming with sharks, go parachuting, bungie jumping or other stuff like that.

Any ideas?

Pic related it's forsen
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Going to Detroit, Michigan for a weekend next month. What's good?
I come from Florida.
I like cars/motorsports so I will try to hit up car museums. I like museums in general, anime stuff and outdoors stuff as well. Gonna be with a first timer from Europe so if there's any good typical american food joints to check out that's welcome. Gonna rent a car probably so getting around isn't a hassle.
Also, where do I avoid to prevent getting shot? Thanks.
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I plan to go back to Thailand next month for my fourth time but I’d like to buy a one way ticket into either Cambodia or the Philippines first for a week before Thailand. Which country would you choose? I like the girls of the Philippines and I’d like to chill somewhere with a beach but the grittiness and sleaziness of Cambodia definitely attracts me as well.
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What US cities should I visit, and what should I do in each?
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how do you deal with hearing really bad news while on vacation?
sad iketani
I'm in a hostel right now. I'll be traveling until the 6th. my mom just called me to tell me that my grandma had died.
no fucking clue why she thought I needed to know right now.
fucking silently crying like a bitch in my little cubbie hole.
how am I supposed to enjoy shit tomorrow?
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Are boeings really that bad?
I have my first flight in my life soon and I am very afraid there will be some kind of problem.
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