Looking to travel to australia to work and live. Im not worried about the pay, i just want to be able to survive! Does any one have any ideas on a good way to do this? I would like to live in Melbourne
>>1078508 Lol, American self-importance never ceases to amaze me.
It's a bunch of fat people drinking and painting their faces while watching a bunch of fat people in spandex collide into one another with frequent breaks. Get over yourselves, nobody from outside the US has an opinion or "take" on it because they literally don't care.
I've perfected Japanese and effectively learned Khanji. I've done research but I would rather hear from personal experiences. I would like questions like this answered. Is job availability common? Is finding a clean and affordable place to live easy. All anons provide me with answers and tips.
>>1078499 Ahahahaha you're a stupid fucking weeaboo. Know that unless you happen to look completely japanese you'll be treated like a nigger. Understanding Japanese just means you'll hear all the shit they talk about you.
You won't be able to "fit in" and your only friends will be other weeaboos and believe me they are all betas outcasts.
Obviously you can't be dissuaded by common sense so fuck off to the Japan general, hopefully they can talk you out of the biggest mistake you'll make.
Where should my gf and I go for the one week of spring break? We are white Americans in our early 20s and, though adventurous, would like to stay safe (which means we would like to not be stuck on a beach resort the entire time, we'd like to get out and enjoy some local culture without being tourist-y while remaining safe). We are both /lit/ and into the arts.
We have free guest passes for SW airlines, so if you want to look at their potential destinations you can. This is what limits us most.
Otherwise we have narrowed it down to the following, which are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I hardly post anything on /trv/ at all but I'm here for some possible do's/don'ts for my flight to Florida (from Indianapolis) this week. any help would be extremely appreciated. Thank you. (pic not related at all)
So /trv/ I am going to do driving lessons and my test at some point in the near future. I am from the UK and want to do the test in an automatic car. If I do this then I will only have my license to drive automatics.
I plan on doing a lot of travelling to some far-flung places in the future and would like to have the option of hiring cars in said places.
Now my question is to those of you who have hired cars around the world, are there usually f automatic cars available for hire in most places in the world? Or am I severley limiting my choice in the future and should do my test in a manual?
My reason for doing it in an automatic is that I am shit with the gears, and much more comfortable driving in an automatic.
The only place that I have seen automatic cars as standard for rent was in the US. You'll probably have to pay a lot extra if you want an automatic car anywhere else but they should have some automatic cars in the lot.
So I'm thinking about going to north korea just for a few days. Just because I'm curious about how it really is there and stuff. But I know they have a lot of different and strict laws there so I'm wondering if anyone else who has been there got any tips?
Me and two friends wish to travel to Germany in March for a week. All three are 20-25 . Our current plan stands at 4 nights at Berlin, 3 nights at Hamburg and one day at Kiel. We wanted to visit one of us' relatives that lives in Kiel. We contracted them and they told about the current situation in Germany not being... well.. safe. We received a lot of stories about rape, murder and other kinds of violence. I made a quick check (google), and got a nice result. pic related.
Any chance someone who lives there can share a little bit of opinion on the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Spent a lot of time in Mozambique for work. Met up with a lot of friends way out in the bush as well. Every city has it's own day throughot the year with a big celebration, which were always fun as well.
People there are great, if you're fine with doing things the local style it can be cheap as fuck (Hitching rides of around 1000km for about $3, and the driver will usually offered snacks)
This is what Lonely Planet has to say about the Central African Republic: "The lack of development has left large swathes of lush rainforest, which still teem with wildlife, including thousands of gorillas and elephants. Travellers can float among wild rivers into an Africa that the world thought no longer existed. As rich life looms in its darkest jungles, warmth, generosity, and pride steadfastly survive in the hearts of its people. CAR is Africa at its most raw."
So here is a thing... I would REALLY want to know about spots / "hidden gems" local shit happening out there in Toronto.. Really sick of this touristy lame as attractions, I want to travel like a local!
>>1078231 Toronto sticky when? There has been one of these "In Toronto, what do" posts on a weekly basis for years
>Not that I blame you for this OP
Honestly dude Toronto isn't a colossally touristy town, odds are if you are not on Yonge Street or Queen Street, you are going to the same places as the locals.
If you are really dying for a hidden gem, go to Scarborough and try the food, have no idea why youd want to go to some shitty immigrant suburb just to try... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Delete the ones I don't keep in touch with unless they're interesting enough/I know I'm headed to their town/city one day. Nowadays though, I only really grab the contact info of people I care to be in touch with.
>>1078185 Yeah, in my experience people don't really keep in touch with people they meet in hostels. I'll accept people who add me on Facebook and gladly see how they're getting on, but there's no point trying to stay friends with someone you probably won't ever see again. There's a few people who I might hit up for a drink if I went to their home cities, but that's about as far as it goes.
Go up the castle hill on Buda Cross a bridge over the Danube to the Parliament building From there wander to St. Stephen's Basilica Go to a kavehaz Eat beef goulash for dinner And that should about cover it for a timeframe like that. Might also want to have some foie gras with a glass of Tokaji Aszu.
>Wanting to get plane tickets for Kyiv, Ukraine for June - July >See a roundtrip ticket for $804 >Hold off on buying figuring prices might go down >A day later everything is $944 or more I have literally no experience with buying plane tickets. Did I mess up badly or will prices go down again?
>>1078147 It will go down again although I don't know if it will go down to $804. Wait it out, it might take a couple of weeks. Check every day. Usually prices go slightly up on weekends as they know that's when people have time to look for tickets. Some say that the cheapest prices are on Tuesdays after midnight but I don't believe that, although I have seen prices drop mid week.
So yes, just be patient and keep checking every day. It might not drop down too $804 but it might come close or if you're... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1078130 SF here. Live in the Lower Haight, approx. 2 blocks north of Duboce Triangle. Close enough that realtors call listings on my street Duboce Triangle, and we get the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association newsletter shoved under our door. I absolutely love the neighborhood and would choose it in a minute over SOMA. But it depends on what you're looking for. DT has a bit more character--more interesting varieties of architecture, more old hippies, bohemians, and weirdos that haven't been priced out yet. It's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1078195 Whoops, forgot to mention also that Duboce Triangle has more families, while SOMA is predictably more young singles (only some of whom are douchebag brogrammers). And it's a fairly good nightlife area, at least in terms of clubs, although you may not need or want to do a lot of walking to or from them. So these may be draws for you.
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