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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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3 weeks : what to do here?
Never been to thailand before
planning to spend 3 weeks here, with the last 2 in bangkok, and 1st week in another area
which city would you recommend ?
phuket is out of the question as I can't get my airline to reroute there
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Why are Asian cities so superior to western cities?
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PHILIPPINES GENERAL: "Fair and Honest elections: EDITION
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The Philippines has long been known as the place for fair and honest elections, ladyboy prostitutes, child beggars, beautiful beaches, and cities with rivers of garbage.

Can I live off 500$ a month?
Can I creamier on the first date?
Will I get robbed at gunpoint?
Will the pajeet delete thise thread?

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/jpg/ - Japan General - Hopium Edition
>When will Japan open to tourists again?
>Ok, but seriously, when will Japan be open to tourists?
Probably sooner.
>Japanese news
>News by gaijin for gaijin

>How do I travel by public transportation?
Use Google Maps within cities, install the Hyperdia or Jorudan app for intercity travel
>Dude, what should I see in ________?
>Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc

ーCurrent status on the Miyajima Floating Torii Gateー
Under construction. Consequently, it's not worth visiting Miyajima.

ーInfo on Prositutionー
Most brothels in Japan don't allow in foreigners, and the ones that do are notoriously expensive - at least $400USD per hour. If you're mainly interested in cooming go to another country.
Please stop asking questions about this topic without refering to the /trv/ archives under, or to one of the websites below before.

ーJR Passー
Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary.
Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options:
>7 day Pass: 29,110¥ (approximately a Tokyo-Kyoto round-trip bullet train trip)
>14 day Pass: 46,390¥
>21 day Pass: 59,350¥

Super-easy rail pass calculator. Fill in your planned trips, get a quick yes/no response.
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Asian Massage Parlors in NYC / US
Hi. I'm visiting NYC right now for a few weeks and I'm wondering if what you hear online or see in movies about Asian Massage Parlors is true? I see a bunch of those places in Chinatown and I'm getting ideas walking by but is there any way to know which ones offer happy endings other than going into multiple ones at random in hopes you find the right one? Is this something that only comes up during the massage or can you ask at the reception before paying? I've never done anything like this so I literally have no idea how this works, how much it costs and if it's even still a real thing. Any tips? Is it worth it (like are the girls even attractive)? Thanks anons.
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Use this thread to discuss travel to India and the rest of the subcontinent at large.
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Vietnam general, discuss food and visa situation.

Do you need to download and register their COVID app before arriving in the country?

>ib4 poojeet creampie poster
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I'm tired of being poor in Russia. Everyone is alcoholic and salary is dogshit. Where can I move to?
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My family is going to Taipei for holiday this year, might be August or September.

It will be a week, so right now I’m trying to make a tour for my family.

Do you guys have any suggestions? My family really love foods. Thanks a lot.
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How bad is the south korean quarantine for the non vaxxed?
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Anyone ever been to Iran? I don't know why but these country has a hold on me. I really want to see it for some reason.
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Anyone ever been to Vienna?
Because let me tell you, I have and it was a wonderful experience. As someone who had frequented Paris, Vienna was just a bit more Paris in every way. Food was good, drinks are good, and the palaces are spectacular. The people were so friendly. They were of great help and very kind. Now it is smaller than Paris, but everything is of a higher standard. Also, it's so safe. An outstanding city overall.

A bonus is to take the train out to Salzburg. Pictures don't do the place justice as there is a noticeable incline due to the nearby hill/fortress. It is notable for being home to Mozart's birthplace.

I think a regret I have is not having seen a live concert. Some recommendations I would give would be to try the Sachertorte, go to the various cafes, and see the Palaces!

If you're deciding to travel to Europe, don't overlook this gem!
(Inb4 I'm a shill for the Austrian tourist bureau, I'm writing this up because I had a great time and want others to enjoy their time and money spent. I have been to places such as Venice, Spain, Paris, and Vienna was like a breath of fresh air, so-to-speak).

Here's a video of a guy walking through Salzburg
Expedia Travel Guide
Wolter's World
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Travel Depression
I'm traveling solo through Italy right now and I get pretty depressed in the daytime. It gets better in the evenings. It's strange because the weather is great, te landscape is beautiful and I'm perfectly fit. Anyone has experience with this feeling?
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Portugal is a meme
Why did everyone tell me this place was going to be amazing? Was I lied to?

>summer weather is only a few months of the year
>way to many tourists, cant even see the sand on the beaches
>not THAT cheap, most stuff is like 5% cheaper than the rest of europe
>dogs shitting everywhere
>shitty socialist culture
>boring bland food
>boomer investmentopia

What am I missing? Is this the best europe has to offer?
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What's the worst thing you've done while traveling?
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Redpill me on Reykjavík
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What countries have the pushiest salespeople?
I've heard Egypt is really bad, as seen in this video:

I also had an annoying experience in Vietnam. Any other countries?
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Oktoberfest in Germany, reopening after two years
Oktoberfest is coming back to Germany (last one was in 2019 before the coof). Anyways my older brother told me going to Oktoberfest was his most memorable experiences before getting married. Anyways I already purchased my plane ticket with Delta ($1400) from 09/23 to 10/02. I am landing in Frankfurt and spending half the week there, then getting a train to see the countryside to Munich. Munich is my departing airport. I want to set a budget of $2000 while I'm there ($250/day). I want to stay at a hostel to meet other tourists and try to group up so I don't feel weird drinking a beer by myself in a corner. Anyone in here have recommendations on which hostel I should choose or which train I should get? Anyone have local favorites to visit in both Munich and Frankfurt? Hobbies include visiting museums, learning history, drinking large quantities of beer, and eating food that I can't normally find in the US. I also heard Germans all speak english, but I guess I can learn how to speak sauerkraut.

>inb4 why did you over-pay for an airplane ticket
I have global upgrade certificates and lounge access from Delta Airlines, so I don't mind paying more to get automatically upgraded to first class for the trip.
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Strasbourg - tips and recommendations
I'm going to Strasbourg for five nights in October. Primary reason is to see a gig on the weekend, but have extended my stay either side by a few days.

I'm interested in cuisine, history, sport (will see an RC Strasbourg soccer match if my stay coincides with a home fixture) and decent places for a drink or two of an evening.

Also, I know very little about the surrounding countryside or nearby towns, so any recommendations on that front (accessible by public transport) would be welcomed.
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Religious/Ritual Tourism
Best places to go to experience and partake in bizarre religious ceremonies and rituals?
Only place I can think of is the voodoo scams in Haiti where they drench you in milk and toilet cleaner.
Ideally ceremonies that are for the residents of the country, and not to scam retarded tourists like myself.

Please share your personal experiences as well.
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I'm going to Egham, England in a few days to visit my sister who is in a Erasmus. We're planning to go to London two days (one I'll go alone to enjoy the museums like an autist), and we were thinking about visiting either Cambridge or Oxford. Which would you recommend of the two? Any places near Egham worth visiting? I only traveled to UK before in 2012, when I visited Brighton, Portsmouth and a quick trip to London. I'll only stay for five nights.
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Why do hostel people look like NPC's and not real?
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/rcg/ - Roller Coaster General
Disney vs. Universal edition

Previous Thread: >>2209578

>What is this thread?
/rcg/ was created as a way for the rollercoaster enthusiasts on here to discuss all things rollercoasters, as well as amusement parks and the theme park industry in general.
>Can I talk about Disney/Universal in this thread?
Absolutely! Disney discussion of all sorts including resorts/dining/trip planning is OK.

Thread Protip: When going to a park, it may be a good idea to give yourself a break during your trip, instead of running around trying to do everything in a single day. You may get burnt out and ruin the trip entirely.

Roller Coaster Database:

Amusement Park News Sites:

Disney Park News:
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I'm British currently in Copenhagen. Why is 50% of the under 30 population in this city either Turk, Somali, Chink or mystery meat? The city is street after street of thai massage parlours, bubble tea shops, kebab shops. Its pure filth. So much for Scandi quality of life. This city is like a total shithole in UK like Bradford or Coventry. Absolutely grim. Where are the Danish people? Also gypsies everywhere, cringe strip clubs with giant billboards of photoshopped whores everywhere. Going back to UK tomorow thank God.
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Are there any interesting/fun cities to go to along this corridor? I'm planning to go from Pittsburgh to New Orleans by bus. The places I definitely want to hit so far are:
New Orleans

I'm continuing to Texas after that so I don't want to go too far out of the way. It seems like that whole Ohio/Kentucky/West Virginia/Alabama/Mississippi are might be kind of lame to visit but if you guys know anywhere cool, I'd love to hear it. Especially somewhere with good nightlife, especially techno if possible
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Post questions not worthy for threads, old thread >>2200056
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Fall of the US?
There are many negative threads here of the United States as of late.
Add to that my own experience where I left early on my most recent trip there as it was that bad.

This leads me to wonder if there is a possible collapse on the horizon that they are hiding?
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Travelling in Poland.
Need acidity.
Any of those anonymous pizza sites with real acidy tasting pizzas?
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Staying safe in South Africa
I'm planning on visiting South Africa coming September, with Cape Town - Stellenbosch - Hermanus - Port Elizabeth as my intended travel route. What precautions should I take to avoid getting mugged/beaten/killed? I know the crime rate in SA is sky high so I really want to well prepared before going.
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Which location do I stay in Budapest?
I'm deciding between four airbnbs that have high ratings but are in different locations. For a stay of one month, which location (marked in their respective colored circle) do you think is the best?
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What's the best place to visit here as a single male in his early - mid 20s for a 2 week vacation? Ideally meeting lots of people and being able to say it improved my perspective on life?
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Careers that enable a traveling lifestyle
What careers would be best for enabling a lifestyle allowing you to travel regularly as opposed to the normal M-F, 9-5 routine? Notable mentions...
>Software Development
>Seasonal Jobs
Recommendations, tips, general advice, or questions are all welcomed.
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is there anything good to there if you like to go out/party ?
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This is the Dead Sea, the most dangerous body of water on the planet and a famous travel location. No life can survive in it. If you drink the water, you will die. If you get the water in your eyes, you will go blind.
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Where do I disappear to?
I'm 28, white, 5'9, live with my mom, virgin, father never came back from buying the milk, never left the US, INTP, work 11 hours a day in an orchard, my car is 20 years old and almost broken and I feel existential dread on an hourly basis. And I have a few $k to survive maybe a year in a LCOL country. And I have enough confidence to be independent, because that is all I'm used to.....

Everyone I know just works and talks about money. I live an ascetic lifestyle. I can’t remember the last time I watched a movie. I don't care about material goods and my family isn't close, so I have no motivation to work much more unlike other people. I have nothing to look forward to. If I die tomorrow I'd have so many regrets, because I’ve worked since I was 14 and don't feel like I've lived a life

I cannot make my mind up about anything. When I arrive somewhere, I don't know what I want to do. Maybe it’d be too overwhelming for me? Should I just see where life takes me with no plans? Should I try and find a remote US job before I 'disappear' and work abroad? I also thought about volunteer work in another country using Workaway but am completely clueless and have no skills. Also this shouldn’t be required as I can afford to rent a room and pay for food, bills etc with my savings

.......Before you say I'm trying to 'run away from my problems'', I'm just trying to make my life different and interesting for once. Since I was a young age, I knew living the typical American NPC lifestyle was incompatible with my alien like brain. Or maybe I shouldnt quit my job to travel at all and get an average job, car on finance and overpriced house now, paying until I'm 66 like everyone else?

Countries I thought about... Albania, Armenia, Argentina, Bulgaria, Romania Georgia, , Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Nepal

Budget lets say $1k per month, 6 months in total. These figures are completely flexible because I don’t have any plans like I said and I have no idea how to make plans.
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Not sure if /o/ is the right board to ask or this one...

So, I am in my mid 30s now, have enough money for a (good touring) motorbike and I live in northern Germany. I would like to make a tour through southern France, Spain and Portugal. I don't have biking buddies but my wife might come with me.

How do I plan a trip like that? In particular, how do I avoid hotels where my bike will get vandalised? In the past I have seen lots of shitty places located in actually expensive cities/districts via AirBnB, so I don't know what to look out for.
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Retire where today?
I'm 30. US. Single. Saved $600k from working in retirement accounts. About to blow my fucking brains out so I want to retire and never work again. Not interested in cooming and my standards aren't luxury level. Would prefer eating out most days. Would like to avoid humid climates. Ideally there would be a pathway to some sort of permenant residency since I don't want to move often especially since airbnb prices are fucking mental.

I visited Thailand before and hated it. Iceland was nice but doesn't seem practical and food was dumb expensive. Portugal sounds interesting and would like to visit one day, read a lot about it but no actual experience. I could probably get Japanese Residency through the points system (I have enough) if I get a job in the country for a few years but I have never visited the country and it seems like it would be super humid during summers but I know Japan is pretty big so there might be variation.

Anyone here have practical retirement plans? Just tired of working man. Just want to chill somewhere forever. And if I find someone and get married, even better.
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I can’t handle living in this shithole anymore, with the mass shootings I want to leave ASAP.
>apartments only cheap in small boring cities
>rude people
>everyone is a retard
>high crime rate
>fags everywhere
>shit transportation
>stressful jobs
>mass shooting everywhere
and many reasons, where should I move to?
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Thailand vs Colombia
Which country is better to travel to? I'm interested in cooming and just living in a nice cheap area. Thailand seems more appealing overall but the women seem much less attractive to me on average and I know zero Thai. Which country would be easier to have your pick of 8/10+ women as a 6'1" guy with blonde hair and blue eyes? Any anons have experience traveling to both?
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Got a question for anyone used to using the train system to get around Europe. I'm going to be backpacking around Europe this summer and making a lot of trips between towns. I have a Eurail pass that's good for 15 days of travel over 2 months.
Alright, so when I'm on the "book reservations" page, sometimes the trips need you to pay for a reservation, and other times they will say, in these green letters, "included" and "no reservations required."
So let's say one of the trips I want to take is "included". Should I just trust that it will be available for me to take when the day comes? I'm confused because, although it says that no reservations are REQUIRED, it doesn't actually give me the option anywhere to book the reservation anyway. So I'm afraid that the trip I want to take actually will be booked when it comes time for it. Maybe people actually are booking these regional trains somewhere? But on the other hand, the eurail website says that regional trains reserve a certain number of seats for eurail pass holders... but then it says nothing about booking these trips anyway.
So I'm stumped. Do I have to reserve regional train trips in, say, France, if I have a eurail pass? And if so, where do I do it?
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Is it worth it to travel to China just to see all the old architecture from previous Dynasties? I have genuinely zero interest in visiting any tier 1/2 cities and I'm not a fan of the CCP but I'll put up with them.
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I just skimmed through the entire catalog and arrived at the following conclusion:
Travelling is for people who've got too much money and free time on their hands, who don't enjoy life at home.
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>those wishing to visit must have undergone three Covid vaccination shots and be part of a package tour with a fixed itinerary, FNN said Friday, citing multiple government officials. The limited resumption of inbound tourism will be treated as an experiment and, if infections do not spread, the program would be expanded, it said.

wow its fucking stupid and gay.
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Is Somalia worth traveling?
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I'm thinking about visiting Cuba next month, I'm 34/m and want to bring my gf (she's 28). we're Mexican and we've already been to a few places in Mexico (Sayulita, San Miguel, Chiapas, Oaxaca).
any tips about going to Cuba?
is this a good time? (weather-wise)
should we bring dollars, or CUCs?
any place besides Havana we should visit?
any hotel or food recommendations?

we'd like to stay about a week there.
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Digital nomad, working remote General
Containment thread for general questions and discussions on working remotely and digital nomads.

Suggested topics:
- How can I digital nomad?
- How can I work remotely?
- Digital nomading/working remotely is impossible, let me tell you why...
- Help! I'm trapped in my shitty life and want to live and work abroad!
- Help! I'm trapped in my shitty life and want to go home!

Previous:: >>2196017
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>Ruins your Flight/Hotel/Play/Zoo/Aquarium/Landmark/Dining experience
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Mexico City/DF
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My job is sending me there for a week, I speak Spanish so I'm good on that front

What's there to do after work hours? Ideally want great food and comfy spots to talk to chicas (no hookers, don't even care about cooming just want to meet locals).
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Why do normies go to an art gallery, cathedral, landmark etc. then take a photo on their shitty chinese phones of said item despite there being way better quality shots online of the exact same thing, then walk away to next painting / part of cathedral / landmark and repeat the process over and over and over?
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The perfect foreign language
Does there exist a language belonging to a country or countries that offer most or all of the following: a) great nature, b) safety, c) good universities/business opportunity, d) easy cooming, and e) a stable government?
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why the fuck is Boston so racist?
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Honestly, what is the most underrated country for travelling.
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Fomo coming bound to be the next bitcoin half. Dev is safu
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Why so many gaijin want to move here?
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Bay Area
Hello friends, but sure that it is the right board for me.
I got my SWE job and moving to the Bay Area, what is the best place to live there? I live with wife, we are in our early 30th, but with the mentality of 20-25yo autists. We are not much into night live or restaurants or anything, but we like /out/, I like /o/, and we don't like diversity-related issues.
I personally like Fremont, because it is not ridiculously expensive as Valley, and only one bridge away from my new job, safe and boring. What about the Afghan community there? Is it that bad? I am from eastern Europe and taught not to expect anything good from churkas.
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Has anyone here ever been to Best Korea? Of all places in the world it sounds like the most fascinating to visit, akin to a time machine and a glimpse on a very different way of living to put it lightly. Apparently it's about 2000 dollars to travel there plus all daily expenses. I don't expect there to be much else to see though
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will be there for 3 days next month - what area's are good to stay in? any particular foods or spots to check out?
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I wanna take a girl I recently met somewhere nice in Europe in July. Where temperatures will be managable and it wont be flooded by tourists.
Got recommendations of Italy Lago di Como or Cinque Terre. Maybe France?
Seriously I'm clueless...
Any cool ideas?
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Setting The Groundwork: Israel
Hey, /trv/

I'm travelling to Israel in about a month and a half for a nine week trip. I'm going over as a part of an expenses-paid trip (no it isn't Birthright, don't ask), and so I'll mostly have my itinerary including dinners set in stone beforehand. However, I'm interested in some casual engagements with Israeli girls, who I've always been very into. I thought that it might be a good idea to make contact beforehand.

What's a good way to meet Israeli girls online? How game are they likely to be for something casual on one evening in either Tel Aviv or Jerusalem? I'd be especially interested in foot fetish stuff, if people have any specific advice about that
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Southern France
I need to get to Barcelona from Zermatt, Switzerland. I was thinking Southern France. Nothing in France is planned yet though. What's the best way to get to Spain through France? Looking to spend a few days there too.
Is wine country worth driving to?
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Countries for a girl to have some fun
There's a lot of disgusting threads here about literal sex tourists, and a bunch of threads about incel losers asking for advice on how to get laid in hostels or in Japan.

So could we get one - just one - thread going for us ladies? Where are the hottest and easiest guys around?
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How can i immigrate to Japan 4ever ?
Basically I'm Nafri and would like to leave this Satanic place and start a fresh life in Japan , find a job and probably marrying A jap Qt.
How mush money I need for the Immigration ? And what do Jap Women Thing about Nafri men ?
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I just booked three nights in Bologna on a whim when I was bored at work. Anyone here been there? Any recs?
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your ideal europe road trip
trying to plan honeymoon, so would like feedback/advice from those living there or have well-travelled. we're personally foreigners. alternatively, would love to see what your ideal road trip looks like.
what were thinking so far:
>depart from australia
>arrive in oslo in late march
>witness northern lights ideally
>do a norwegian early spring road trip?
>drop car off, fly oslo to paris
>after paris, pick up convertible car
>tour central and south france (especially provence region), stay at random inns, spend good deal of time relaxing in quiet scenic towns we find along the way
>ride through and tour switzerland
>tour munich and bavaria
>ride through austria to italy
>explore italian countryside and cities like venice, rome
>drop off car
>visit either amalfi coast or fly over to greek islands for relaxation time and luxury hotels (we are greek heritage)
>return home
we're thinking march-mid june to avoid the worst of peak season
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I'm thinking about going to Iceland, since geothermal pools, pussy and loud music at the same time sounds refreshing... Any places where I can do that in Reykjavik? Give me your experiences of Iceland
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there must be some anons on this board that like to learn languages
what resources do you use to learn?
thinking about picking up norwegian, cuz im thinking about traveling there in few months
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What are the remotest and most isolated places you've travelled to?
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Cambodia thread
How is the strong dollar affecting Cambodia? I guess the value of local savings has gone up, but are they finding it harder to get a hold of cash? More generally, what are prices there like after the pandemic?

t. europoor
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documenting your travels
does it ever feel like you're seeing, experiencing, learning all these new things just to eventually forget them? or even if remembered - with no one to share them with - that they'll just become stocked up stories of long ago you could just as easily have made up?
i kind of understand the people who feel a need to keep a blog or an annoying social media page, even if just for themselves. people don't want to hear you ramble on about the nights-out you've had 3 years ago or the pieces of information you still remember from that guided tour you did - and eventually it all becomes almost indistinguishable from knowledge and experience you could have gathered for yourself without leaving your bedroom. I don't know if it's just loneliness kicking in, but i do sometimes end up asking myself what is the point of all this travel if i'm not truly sharing it with anyone or even chronicling it creatively for myself..

do you get a similar feeling to this? and if you do, how do you deal with it? do you keep a travelogue / make art to get over that feeling of meaninglessness? do you blog / have an online following to justify it by sharing with others? or have you succesfully made peace with the fact that amazing experiences / lessons are meant to be ephemeral?
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If you had to choose a western metropolis to move to as a young man, which one would it be? I'm thinking of either London or New York but I'd like to get some inputs, thoughts, and first hand experiences from trvanons
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non touristy stuff to do in denmark
male early 20s. might check out germany or sweden as well. how feasible is hitchiking. i will be starting in copenhagen. this capthca is pissing me off
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My favourite hobby is painting and drawing, especially landscapes. Where would you recommend I visit in this area of the world? Where would you send me?
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>will eat western food twice a day
>Want an airbnb apartment downtown or in a nice suburb (haven't decided yet)
>Gym membersip
>Extra money for taxi and other random shit
>SIM card
>Will club once a week
how much should I budget for Nairobi, Kenya? I work online but I want to make sure I have enough money for my the lifestyle I want.
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where should I go to learn Spanish in 6 months for cheap
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/rwg/ - Re-opened World General: Big Cunny Rustlas edition
Put on your makeup and go get some Insane Clownworld Pussy. Here in /rwg/ we're going to discuss the re-opening of the world, post-plandemic. This is for countries marked as grey in IATA (, meaning no gay coof tests, quarantine, vaxpass, and other grabassery required to enter.

Ignore the fags who post the Sherpa map link. That does not take into account requirements like PLFs, insurance, app installs, etc. See picrel, which at the time of writing, includes:

* Afghanistan;
* Albania;
** Austria;
* Bahrain;
* Bulgaria;
* Congo;
* Costa Rica;
* Croatia;
* Czechia;
* El Salvador;
* Gabon;
* Greece;
* Grenada;
* Hungary;
* Iceland;
* Ireland;
* Jamaica;
* Kosovo;
* Kuwait;
* Kyrgyzstan;
* Latvia;
** Liechtenstein;
* Lithuania;
* Mexico;
* Moldova;
* Mongolia;
* Montenegro;
* North Macedonia;
* Norway;
* Poland;
* Romania;
* Serbia;
* Slovenia;
* Sweden;
* Switzerland;
* UK;
* Yemen.

** = new since last thread (>>2239681). Denmark's not on the list, because Greenland is requiring the vaxpass. Home rule? Moar liek homo rule, amirite?

Let's talk about when we're leaving plus what we're going to do in these places or others when there's news they will be free again. Ideally, this won't turn into a coomer thread or cunts bitching at each other about the clot shot. Keep it frenly, frens.
>inb4 squealing Reddit rejects, shills, off-topic posts, accusations of perpetual virginity, and attempts to derail the thread
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I’m going to Bucharest this July for five days.
Any advice?
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How do you plan to get a green card?
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Why shouldn't I move to Andorra?
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/lang/ - /trv/ Pilot Edition
Language Ease
>What language(s) are you learning?
>Share language learning experiences!
>Ask questions about your target language!
>Help people who want to learn a new language!
>Participate in translation challenges or make your own!
>Make frens!

Read this shit some damn time:

Totally not a virus, but rather, lots of free books on languages:!x4VG3DRL!lqecF4q2ywojGLE0O8cu4A

Lots of books on linguistics of various kinds, as well as language courses:!Ad8DkLoI!jj_mdUDX_ay-8D9l3-DbnQ

Check this pastebin for plenty of language resources as well as some nice image guides: (embed)

Torrents with more resources than you'll ever need for 30 plus languages:

List of trackers for most language learning packs:

Ukrainianon's list of commercial courses from (embed)

Russianon's list of comprehensible input resources:

Pastebin that archives challenges:

>How do I learn a language? What is the best way to learn one? How should I improve on certain aspects?
Read the damn wiki
>Should I learn lang Y so I can learn lang X?
>What is the most useful language?
La Lengue de Diplomatie
>What language should I learn?
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Moving to France at age 30?
I'm exploring the possibility of moving to France to find a job and start up my life. I speak French well enough although it'll only improve while being immersed.

NO I don't want to move to Paris nor Marseilles or Toulouse.

Where can I find work in France and also be close to historical places/points of interests. I was thinking Orleans or Lyon or something.

I'd be moving from Canada and am European, so it wouldn't be a big change up for me I should think

Are there still and decent and attractive french girls out there?
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/down under/ Perth Edition
Is Perth cool? I always had
a random urge to visit, from the US midwest. What about Tasmania? Also general Australia thread
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/jpg/ - Japan General - Rainy Season Edition
>When will Japan open to tourists again?
>Ok, but seriously, when will Japan be open to tourists? Probably sooner.
>Japanese news
>News by gaijin for gaijin

>How do I travel by public transportation?
Use Google Maps within cities, install the Hyperdia or Jorudan app for intercity travel
>Dude, what should I see in ________?
>Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc

ーCurrent status on the Miyajima Floating Torii Gateー
Under construction. Consequently, it's not worth visiting Miyajima.

ーInfo on Prositutionー
Most brothels in Japan don't allow in foreigners, and the ones that do are notoriously expensive - at least $400USD per hour. If you're mainly interested in cooming go to another country.
Please stop asking questions about this topic without refering to the /trv/ archives under, or to one of the websites below before.

ーJR Passー
Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary.
Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options:
>7 day Pass: 29,110¥ (approximately a Tokyo-Kyoto round-trip bullet train trip)
>14 day Pass: 46,390¥
>21 day Pass: 59,350¥

Super-easy rail pass calculator. Fill in your planned trips, get a quick yes/no response.
Previous edition: >>2236875
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Yesterday I took a flight where they said you had to wear a mask but I didn't wear one and not a single person or worker said anything. Literally the entire flight was maksed up weirdos while I just sat chilling. When will normies catch up with reality?
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travel buddy
I will be in Rome this july and i don't know anyone from there, I can speak enough italian ton survive the trip and to not need a guide or anything, if someone is in the same situation drop your discord to talk and make we van hangout
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China general thread
>Have you been to China?
>Pros/cons of China
>Interesting experiences
>General questions
>Anything else you want to share
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Best country I’ve been
>great weather
>lovely nice people
>girls are the slutiest I’ve ever seen
>all girls want to sniff cocaine from your ass
>easy to sex
>easy to work
>almost everything is easy and not stressful
>sovl cities
>great transportation
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Been living in corrupt country (China) my entire life. Need tp escape. Looking at Melbourne and Vancouver in particular. Which city is better for Chinese citizens such as myself?
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Americans and Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Every time I interact with American tourists or travel to the US, 90% of the interactions I have with these people end in an argument is some other unpleasant experience. They seem to get really upset if you say something either a.) they don't agree with or b.) they don't understand. While other cultures have people that just brush these things off and turn the other cheek, Americans seem to be extremely vengeful and emotional, wishing bad things on people that they, again, either don't agree with or don't understand. Most of the time it's annoying but sometimes it gets scary (during my last trip, some black guy started mumbling profanities at me because I was speaking another language to someone).

I do not notice this behavior with other cultures. Americans are the only ones who do this.

Has anyone else here had a similar experience with Americans? Is it something to do with their notoriously bad parenting/schooling or is it more of a medical illness? Is it safe to safe that most Americans have ASPD?
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Bros, want to go to mongolia to larp as chingis in july. Anyone been? Any tips and recommendations? Want to see the naadam festival, and be free on the steppe. I've been a horse a few times, but I'm no way near proficient.
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I want to visit Peru to see Machu Pichu, the Nazca Lines, and anything else that's cool and cultural. I don't care about nature or beach resorts. Is Peru safe enough to visit as a white guy who doesn't speak Spanish?
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Can we talk about this country? Would I be safe in there as a blonde guy?
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Airport general
I've traveled around America a bit by plane with others and have gone through O'Hare before when I was young, but am worried about doing it by myself. I don't want to book an expensive flight and not make it. Does anyone have any tips to deal with anxiety that comes before you board a plane or have any other airport tips?
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Early 20s guy traveling solo spending June in France, two weeks in Paris and two weeks in Nice.
What are good neighborhoods in Paris that I should look for places to stay in? I plan to use airbnb so I can just have a place to myself for cheaper than a hotel and safer than a hostel.
I'm thinking college type vibes, young people and bars, things like that.
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Cleanest and neatest capitals
irish guy
I'm an autistic person from Finland and one thing that bothers me about travelling is that any place I go to looks bad in comparison to my homeland. In Finland streets are clean and everything is hi-tech and works with your smartphone. Then I go to a supposedly civilized place like Paris and there's litter on the streets, stores close way too early, nothing's open on mondays, people only take cash, everyone's too loud...

When I travel, I want to go to a place with higher standards of living than what I'm used to, not lower.
Where should I go? My dream country would be cold throughout the year, highly civilized, very clean, and where people are quiet on the train. As an autistic Finn, I hate it how loud other cultures are. I've been thinking of Japan, Iceland or the Faroe Islands.

I was just in Ireland and it was okay. Not sure if I'd leave Finland over Ireland but it was still an enjoyable experience. Dublin was a bit grittier than I had thought but smaller cities seemed very comfy. I still remember a certain church at the heart of Dublin where I'd always spot druggies puking and littering in broad daylight.
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Third world non-hellhole english speaking
Can anyone recommend some third-world places with a strong english-speaking population that I can visit? Not talking about right now necessarily with covid restrictions. Mainly looking for the ones with the third-world-country benefits - cheap/good food and maybe whores. Is the Philippines worth the hype? I hear about it all the time and I assume it's because it meets most or all criteria (english speaking, cheap food, whores).
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Balkans road trip
Hey anons,

Im planning a 7 days road trip to 7 countries in the Balkans. I know it's tight but that's the plan, a country per day.

So far, my itinerary is this one. Has anyone ever done it? What would you recommend seeing on the way? I just chose the cities based on the least amount of driving to get to them.

Please advise!
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SEA Advice
Looking for advice for traveling to SEA for the first time, preferably for 6 months. US passport. I was looking at Vietnam but I think you can only stay 1 month, and Thailand you have to make a visa run every month? With the Philippines can you stay for longer than 1 month? I've heard mixed things, everything is always changing.

What's the best overall SEA country for a White man in his late 20's, passive income of around 1500 USD (Would like to try living off 1k) to fuck off for 6 months and do nothing but live an almost NEET lifestyle of going to the gym, beaches, reasonable wifi, gaming girls (no pros) and so on currently? I was looking at Philippines but I hate living in big cities, what are some nice less polluted smaller cities that have decent wifi, infrastructure, nature etc, low rent in the Philippines?
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Travel Bags
After ruining the wheels on my bag dragging it through the streets of Tirana, I’ve decided I need a bag that I can put on my back, but I don’t want to lose the functionality of a suitcase either. Is this type of backpack/bike bag/ rolling bag a good compromise or are their some pitfalls that I’m not thinking of?
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Going Italy for 3 weeks next month, recomendation?
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Hey /trv/

Im a britbonger, booking a trip for next month in Italy. I've been Rome , Milan, Venice, Pisa and Todi before and Loved it. What are some off the beat locations I should visit?

When I'm travelling I like walking and history. Not a big nightlife lad. My budget is pretty much unlimited.
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Interpals thread
Anyone still use this site? or is it just bots and creepy fucks larping as chicks now?

Did you ever meet anyone from here or have any good experiences or stories? (like actual legit friends or anything)
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Where would you stay in Las Vegas for the most *iconic* location?
I have not been to Las Vegas since before I was of legal gambling age. Am planning a 3-night stay, and looking for ideas of where to stay. I am Marriott Plat, Hilton Diamond, IHG Diamond, Wyndham Diamond (and by extension Caesars Diamond).

Would like to stay at same property for all 3 nights, most iconic and on-strip if possible. For a long time I thought Nobu was the place I wanted to stay at, but after realizing only suites and up have deep soaking tub I looked around and now I'm not so sure. This is not supposed to be an expensive trip, so I am not going through my Virtuoso agent.

Any suggestions for properties (where status makes a difference is a plus) for low cash rates? I've become very enamored with the Venetian with IHG offer Pic also related, I'm thinking of booking at the Cosmo before they leave Marriott
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This energy is growing everywhere in the USA.

Including New York and Los Angeles. The NPC era is over. The truth is, everyone is a god and infinite multiverses of their own unique love. The best way to explain it is in the USA in 2022 people are so non-conformist and self expressive that it’s Halloween every day always and forever. The spirit world is one with the earth.

Go have fun. All boarders are opening!
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Close calls thread
>Be me
>First full day in Rome
>Have Vatican tour booked for St Peter's
>Shit before leaving thinking I'll be fine
>Walk twenty minutes there
>Already almost late
>Feel bubble in my gut
>"It's just gas"
>Line to enter takes 45 minutes
>Ask guide if there's a bathroom
>She says at the balcony at the bottom of the dome
>Oh no
>Start sweating violently
>Line for elevator up takes forever because of memeflu restrictions
>FInally get up there
>Guide tells me to stick to the group
>Everyone can visibly tell by how uncomfortable I am walking that I'm about to mess
>Finally get to the spot where the toilets are
>Door doesn't lock
>Don't care, move brush to half assedly block it
>Whip pants down
>Shit violently erupts all over the toilet

We're all gonna make it bros
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Leaving the West general
Leaving the West general thread.

I live in the USA, how do i get out of this corrupt shit-hole for greener pastures?
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Is there a way to check the % of times that a flight gets cancelled/delayed historically?

I booked a 2 hr one-leg with spirit and didn’t buy insurance cuz I’m broke, but if it’s a fucked up flight maybe I should. I’m flying for my birthday so I’d really rather not screw the day up.
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New Foundland
Going to New Foundland for 5 days in July, starting in st johns ending in deer lake. Anybody got advice on things to do along the way. Im big outdoors guy
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Namibia Thread.
Share experiences and stories.
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Give me your honest opinions anons. What do you think about this place?
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I'm a US citizen and am going there for the first time in 10 years. My passport is from 2015 when I was 19 and I'm clean shaven. I now have a pretty big beard.

Will they give me problems at the boarder? I'm a dual citizen so I could show them my second passport but idk if they'd give a shit about that.
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Amsterdam Travel Advice
Anyone been to Amsterdam? I'm planning a trip to Amsterdam in early June with two friends of mine and I'm looking for a couple bits of advice and things to do from anyone who's visited Amsterdam.

We're all uni students so main things the trip will be focused on are:
>Good food and cafes
>Seeing the city
>Night life
>Maybe a couple museums
>Seeing the red lights district
>Meeting people

I've only smoked pot once before but I plan to do plenty of that when I go to Amsterdam. Where are the best places for good weed in Amsterdam? People always say the coffee shops but what do I do, just walk in and ask for a latte and a blunt?
Also looking for tips on getting around the city. Are bikes the best way to do it or are there plenty of trams and taxis available?

Next is night life. Any good clubs and venues to just walk into and party, places with plenty other travelers? What about the red light district, how does that work? I'm thinking that while I'm there, I might as well get my dick licked, but I'll be traveling with two of my mates so I don't see how this would work, unless both of them will be just as eager to find a red lights worker.

And lastly any general advice on travel to the city.
>inb4: Amsterdam is shit, go to Shitdickkssburg or Dumbfuckkseburgen instead
I've locked it in and booked, not going to risk a holiday to some Dutch city I've never heard of because someone on the internet told me to go there instead.
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You and a few of your buddies in their 20s in the US want to go travel somewhere. Where do you go?

No sex tourism
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My gf of 5 years broke up with me recently and I need to travel for a month or so to get my mind off her.
So, should I visit Columbia or Peru? I'm looking at Medellin and Santa Marta in Colombia and Arequipa and Lima in Peru (and the surrounding areas for history/nature)
my main considerations are:
access to natural beauty
(relative) safety
affordability (my budget is $5,000)
ease of scoring Perico

I'm not a coomer, but that wouldn't hurt to help move on

Any other recommendations or suggestions are appreciated
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Im looking to move out of New York State soon because i have a strong feeling that there are places that would be better. Particularly somewhere by the ocean would be fantastic.

Does anyone know any youtube channels where they visit different places and document what its like? Similar to this guy but not specific to one state...
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I need travel advice. I'm going to go to Budapest, but I'll be stopping in Pecs for half a day to visit stuff. However, I won't be staying in Pecs, so I won't have a hotel or Airbnb. The problem is that I will have a backpack and luggage. I can take the backpack while I go into the city, but I can't carry a big piece of luggage around. What can I do with my luggage while I fuck around in Pecs with no hotel?
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/eurotrip/ - OPA! edition
Does anyone know sites for bus/train networks in Europe countries?
Not talking about Flixbus and all the country spanning stuff but just local ones that the locals use to go between towns/cities.
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New York 5 day roadtrip
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My gf and I are picking up a small campervan in NYC and will go on a 5 day round trip. Any tips? I have been recommended to go ro Maine /portland area for nice nature but I'm thinking the coast along north carolina may be nice and warmer.

Any thoughts? I'm really keen on nature and camping, maybe some swimming.
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does it ever not snow in upstate NY? Specifically by lake cayuga
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>pre covid
>be traveling around EU and Asia with barely any money, sleeping in tents, couches, hostels, exploring
>wish i had monies to fund this but didn't mind because i was having fun
>decide to take a hiatus for a year because of life reasons
>meet a girl
>covid happens
>move in with girl
>covid over
>girl wants my babies
>also got job that's completely remote and pays nicely. Basically can live as a nomad and sustain myself fully
>cant leave on my travels because girl wants stability and a home, pets, furniture, children, a mortgage

Anons I keep daydreaming everyday about traveling like i used to except with money in the bank but I can't because of this girl. I want to impregnate her but fuck sake I want to be on the road too. Im not into this stability shit. Anyone ever been in this position?
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Any anon ever been to Jamaica? It seems like a super fun place to go from what I know, but I may be missing something. Jamaica seems to have hot black girls, legal shrooms and cool nature. What's the catch with this place? It seems to good to be true. Is it dangerous in the mountains or something?
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Foreigners in your Homeland
Why does every foreigner that travels to my place wear the same Stereotypical clothing.

Tank top, Cargo shorts, Crocs with Socks (WHY IS THIS A THING)

Shirt and Jeans

All white if rich or Assorted if middle income
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Unvaccinated Traveler

>From America.
>Unvaccinated (Recovered in February from COVID for 2nd time - Doctor recommended I wait 4 months to get the vaccine, if I still wanted it).
>Going with the boys to Paris, then Belgium, then Netherlands.

How do they check vaccinated protocols while traveling by train from other European countries? Is a picture of your vaccine card acceptable?

Any suggest MUST-GO places for young men in their 20's in any of these countries?

Thank you!
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Alright fellas here’s the thing. I’m 18 years old and have no real friends or family I care about. I want to go do something this summer. Thinking about doing volunteering work somewhere but idk yet. Any suggestions?
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Can someone explain to me how PCR tests work especially for long haul flights

Is the PCR literally just so I can get on the plane or is it needed for arriving at my destination
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why is prague so overrated?
who wants to travel to a soviet commie ugly af town?
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Short break in Germany
I'm going to run a half-marathon in July and I've decided to combine it with a short break in Germany (<1 week).
I've found a big list of HMs here, so I'm spoilt for choice:
Anyone care to recommend any of the race locations for a bit of sight seeing? Outdoors or city attractions, I don't have much of a preference. I can speak a bit of German, so I should be able to get by anywhere.
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Best place for solo travel
I went on my first solo trip to Budapest last week and it was very nice and I enjoyed myself, but all the happy beautiful couples cuddling and kissing each other outside of attractions and on tours was really obnoxious to me because strong public affection isn't very common where I'm from.

Where's a good place for solo travellers to enjoy and maybe have some nice conversations with fellow solo travellers? I genuinely don't care about sex.
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So what happens here? Any anons ever been? The place seems very nice and beautiful but I also read that there is an actual separatist movement going on here and that they can actually be semi hostile to tourists. But that might be just hyperbole. I don't want to travel to places where I am not welcome and could be treated bad just because I'm an outsider.
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Do you think it would be possible to just go to a new country and disappear as in like never come back starting a new life as a new person? Feel like it would be impossible these days?
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Where's the best place to go to LARp as a tribalist with a strong sense of community and culture? preferably in europe Georgia? Remote parts of scandinavia?

I want to see the simpler life closer to nature.
>b-but, you'll never fit in you dumb mutt, they are ingroup and won't care for some city cuck

I am aware but just want to see such a place so I can go backto being blackpilled by my lifestyle knowing such things exist
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Going to Japan in late July
I haz a question
I'm going there for the cultural experience, but I also want to meet girls. Not specifically to hook up, but I'd like that too if it could happen (without paying for it). I want to meet girls who would be interested in a white guy from the US and stay in touch when I come back.

Where are some places in Tokyo and Kyoto 20-30 year old girls like to hang out and meet guys? I'm not a drinker of any kind, but I do like to do fun, challenging, fast activities. Art museums, anything technology and engineering, fashion, etc. I'm into quite a bit. Everything pretty much fascinates me.

I speak a little Japanese but not enough to be called fluent by any stretch.

Advice on where to look around that area?
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Nice holidays
>go to Nice for spring holidays
>pretty cool
>thought it was gonna be overrun with arabs but actually it's overrun with Italians
>pass by the the terrorist attack memorial
>oh right
>hopefully doesn't happen again, don't wanna die even though I'm a degenerate
>go to the beach
>hot french women, nice
>kinda fall asleep laying on my towel
>suddenly hear a large bang
>holy shit, it's happening
>everyone starts cheering
>are french people even more suicidal than i am
>turns out it's customary for the cannon to shoot every day at 12AM, it wasn't an explosion
>kinda disappointed I didn't get to die still
>go home and weep
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Kauai vs Europe honeymoon
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Hey trv, planning a honeymoon for July with my girl and am torn between Kauai and Europe. Kauai would be more expensive, yet seems more relaxing and maybe more fitting for a honeymoon, while europe would have excellent food and good prices, but I'm worried about crowds/feeling too busy.

If you were going to book your honeymoon where would you go? budget we are working with is roughly 5-8k
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Whats there to do here on a rainy day?
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Best way to learn Cantonese without leaving United Kingdom
> Would learn Japanese but that would make me a weeb
> Would learn irish but that would make me a plastic paddy
> Be an Englishman who speaks Welsh because Wales are the best celtic nation and language
> attempt Dutch, it's frustrating but it's my dad's language
> want to learn Cantonese because I love Hong Kong and Southern China

Really want to lean Cantonese but it's mostly Japanese and Mandarin lessons that are offered, despite Cantonese being more spoken than Mandarin the west. The only time I'll learn Japanese is if I meet the Emperor.
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Travel in India
Im a white, tall, blonde, digital nomad that makes 3 grand per month. What's the best place to go for pretty pajeeta pussy (PPP)? My goal is to impregnate as many brown curry sluts as possible. I prefer really dark or really white skin, no middle ground. Anyone been? Hows tinder there? Thanks.
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Best way to get to LATAM if you are on the No Fly List?
Anyone knows of some travel hacks that can get me to LATAM quick, even though I'm no the no fly list of every country except russia, belarus, the democratic people's republic of korea and a couple of african countries

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Airbnb stories/experience ?
I've noticed that it'd be cheaper to get one instead of a hostel, while the social element is gone. It's more private with the opportunity to cook.
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Laptop/tech cases
For those of you need to travel with laptops and gear, how do you protect it when backpacking/trekking/camping?
Currently I use the biggest HSU case in pic related. It's waterproof, light, hard, and fits my 12" laptop and some other gear if I want (can squeeze a Switch, tablet, or even second thin laptop).
But I'd like to get something that can hold a bigger laptop, and I can't find anything as good as this case. I'm open to suggestions (except not to travel electronics - I can't, I need it for work).
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Best American cities to travel without a car?
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Is Helsinki a nice city?
Is it true that Finland is boring and has no where worth visiting?
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Is Kenya safe for a 26 year old white man to go to solo?
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