This is the trip i am planning, on a 110cc $400 fake honda motorbike i'll buy in Hanoi.
I've worked out 16 days of riding, going only 200km a day, 21 days when you include days to gear up and days set asside for just relaxing on a beach, and will make flight bookings for 25 days to allow for more fuck ups along the way
my dad is trying to get me to cut out Cambodia and Thailand and stick to one country. But i really want some Thai food... thoughts?
I'm a Vancouverite thinking about going on a cross Canada trip. I've never been outside of BC and want to see the rest of this country, especially the East coast. I looked into rail and it looks like I can get an unlimited pass for 60 days for $1000 dollars but that seems like a bad deal. Would it be better to do a road trip? Has anyone done a cross Canada trip before? Which cities would you recommend visiting? What did you like to do? Share your experiences if you have them.
My girlfriend and I are thinking about going to Switzerland. It's supposed to be beautiful and from Holland an easy one day drive. We've already been to Geneva when we were staying in the French Alps.
Anyhow. We love the outdoors, mountains, lakes, hiking, cable cars etc. We'll probably visit a city or two if it's close, but we're mostly there for the amazing nature.
What would be a good place to stay that is both beautiful and within reasonable driving distance of some of the best things Switzerland has to offer. We're not opposed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Bought my ticket to france with the ultimate goal of joining the french foreign legion. Flying into paris and only concrete plan is to get to aubange and the recruitment center within a month of arrival. Any advice about things to do in france and neighboring countries? Also french general thread didn't see one in catalog
>>1071347 Im willing to spend max a couple grand. I am very cheap plan on staying in hostel/possibly camping. Flying into paris andtrying to decide if i should promptly leave to Marseille (close to aubange ) or spend time in france. Want to interact with people and have chance to practice my french. I am 24 and open to any suggestions looking to broaden my horizons.
So in a few days, ill be in Bulgaria all by myself for 3 days before i head onward into Romania and one thing that i have always wanted to see is the Buzludzha Monument in the mountains (pic related).
For me its a combination of cold war history, abandoned places, awe inspiring architecture and communist ideology that drives me to want to go to this place, even though it is a very large detour on what is a very small trip into Bulgaria.
Ever since i saw a post about it on trv 2 years ago by some anon ive wanted to go there and visit it for myself, though as an... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I gotchu senpai http://bulgaria-communismtours.com/one-day-tour-to-buzludzha-monument/ Am bulgarian and would be nice to visit, if I can get some more 4chan memelord friends to alleviate the cost and have a nice day trip with you, would be interesting
So I'm an American/Irish dual citizen and interested in the cost of living and living conditions in Ireland itself. I've been to Germany and Poland but curious on how Ireland is. My citizenship is inherited through my mother but I have never personally been to the country.
>>1071300 Dublin is a lovely town, with lots of sights and drinking. It's not cheap, nor that expensive either. I used to live in Smithfield, which is pretty decent. Additionally, if you want to stay alive, keep away from the slums and generally avoid the street youths, and guys with short hair and jogging pants.. Oh, and you will inevitably be disappointed with the quality of the birds there, they're wearing tons of make-up and eating way too many chips and crisps for their own good.. That being said, the pub... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1071301 Why would he do that? The Dollar-Euro exchange rate has plummeted, he may as well take advantage of it.
>>1071300 Living conditions are excellent, cost of living is very high relative to mainland Europe. The country is pretty rural, Dublin is the only contender for what you would consider a city.
I would actually disagree with >>1071739 , Dublin is a kip. The best parts of the country to visit are along the west coast, which are also the most rugged and closest to what Americans seem to think they're going to when they come here, but most large towns and cities are very comfortable to live in.
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