>>1067027 Wel the reason I wanted to visit the coast is because I have an uncle that went there once and only said amazing things about it. Second reason is thet the trip is actually 2 trips: One to spend 6 days on Italy, on the coast of the Adriatic sea, and the 8 days on the balkans. I tough that having the Blakan destination on the coast would make it faster and easier to get too.
What is Sofia like? With the 4 day per location limit I cant visit the whole of Bulgaria, but im sure I can see the capital fine.
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>>1066996 Get a job on a ship. One with loose cargo, so it takes a while to unload will give you more time in port. My friend who actually had skills they needed got one week to travel in country for every three weeks of work.
Eurofag who was recently in a third-world country here.
Go to Asia. No matter what, Europe's a sight-seeing destination, Asia you can have adventures cuz' a lot of it is third-world level and being white and having money is different than being in Europe, where the majority is white and has living money.
Rent a bike and go offriading, crash into some shit, then pay off the cops, have a story. Meet some girls and enjoy being on the desired side, instead of the chaser.
>>1066969 >Is Montreal the best place to go in Canada ? Depends where you are coming from, and what you want. I could certainly see it being the best city in Canada to visit. Toronto might have more stuff, and Vancouver has better outdoors, but Montreal has it's own charm that I think the others lack. >What are some things to do there? If you're younger and like to go out at night, it's good for that. There's 3 large universities in the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How practical is it to visit northern China and Mongolia on a trip to Southeast Asia? I'm in the rough stages of planning my destinations for a trip to Asia and I'm trying to figure out how practical this would be
>Budget $5000 >3 months from early May to early August
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I really want to go to the mountains in and around central europe. I live in budapest however i've never been skiing or to any mountain in my life, could somebody with more experience point me in the right direction? Where do i go that isn't ridiculously expensive?
>>1066956 >Romanian Carpathians >Slovakian Carpathians and High Tatras >Polish High Tatras
Austria's an option as well, but certain to be more expensive. All of Hungary's neighbouring countries actually have worthwhile mountain areas as far as I know, but landmines may be an issue in the Balkan area.
>>1066928 The reason why I'm hitchhiking is only partly the low cost of travel. I really like to meet locals in a not economic/touristic context and hear what they have to say, how they like it there, what they dream of doing, how their world view is different from mine. Plus you can get on a much more intimate level. For example: in Iran a lot of people asked me to join them for dinner, to meet their families etc.
Also I figured it's kind of unheard of. Same in the middle east. But that doesn't always... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to teach English/find work in a bar or something in France. Which cities should I consider moving to? I'm currently in Paris, but I'm seriously thinking about moving elsewhere for a variety of reasons. One of which is that there's already too much English being spoken here. Things that are important to me: literature, cinema, walking/hiking, good food, mountainous/hilly geography, maybe close to the sea? Someplace cheaper would be better too. I'm an educated white EU citizen, in case that matters.
Yeah, I'm going to pass on Marseille, thanks. Really didn't care for it when I was visiting. Probably one of the few cities in Europe where I generally felt unsafe walking around at night. Didn't really seem like there was much to do there either, even though it's the second largest city in the country.
Hi /trv/, I'm going to be moving to Hamburg Germany soon, and staying for 4 years to complete my BA.
I need tips and advice on how to go about getting a job, any medical advice (especially related to adult ADD/ADHD and how that's handled there, since the info regarding that is surprisingly sparse) along with anything else that might be important (like: areas to avoid)
>>1067365 I have no uni, just a high school degree.
I've chosen Hamburg for many reasons, one being the Liberal Arts degree that's entirely in English (as well as the cost of the tuition. Very cheap compared to here), and two, due to wanting to leave my country, home, and gain a new perspective.
Basically I'm not in a good situation here and I need to leave.
I am open to suggestions though, if there are other uni's in Germany that have English classes. I do know some German, but not... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My girlfriend wants to go on a shitton of vacations this year and I figured the best way to save money is by earning frequent flyer miles.
She wants to go to Portland where her family lives, and the closest airport for us is BWI in Baltimore, so this trip is going clear across the country (what I equate to as being most expensive.) She also wants to go to Disney World in Florida at some point in the year too, and I know plane tickets aren't exactly cheap for there too.
So I'm wondering how worth it would it be to get a credit card that offers miles for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066896 That's not how miles work. They're for frequent flyer that do at least 30+ continental flights per year to get some rewards/more comfort. For anyone else it's just to get a cheap upgrade once upon time or buy some gadgets.. If you want to start collecting miles there're only two real options, Miles&More and OneWorld (for the US Delta is also an option)
I use Miles&More as example With the basic credit card you earn 0.5 premium miles per USD spent and the cheapest flights... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Get the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select card. It gives 50k AA miles when you spend $3k in the first 3 months. They fly between BWI and PDX though not directly. The annual fee is waived for the first year, cancel the card within 11 months and you'll pay no fees. You won't lose your miles.
2. Get the Chase Southwest Premier card. It gives 50k Southwest points for $2k spend in the first 3 months. You'll pay a $99 annual fee the first month, you can't waive this one. It's worth it for 2 free RT flights. Cancel as soon as your points post if... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1067461 this Another fun tidbit of information worth knowing is that there are only a few actual "flight companies" or whatever you want to call them. Think of it like how Sierra Mist, Gatorade, and Lays are all different brands, but Pepsico is their parent company. It;s the same way with flights.
What I mean by that is some points are transferable to other airlines on your CC's website, i.e. Delta to British Air (I'm not sure if that is a real trade you can do, just for the sake of the example).... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I teach English at an Elementary School in South Korea. 23/m/Aus.
I mainly did it to live abroad instead of paying $1500 everytime I wanted to leave Australia for a holiday.
Live in Seoul. 20 mins from downtown in a nice little middle class suburb. My apartment and return flight are free. I get $2200 a month AUD (which is $1600 USD or 1,100 GBP) Minus 250 of that for health insurance, pension, and daily cafeteria meals. I get pension back when i quit (90 a month for as long as i stay).
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>>1066834 All of us have salaries like that, it's actually pretty standard for the first year. Also, his apartment is included. Everything is cheaper in SEA. I make less than him and live a very comfortable life.
>>1066825 It's worth it. It will be unlikely that you'll find a great job there but you will have a ton of fun. Basically you go for the fun and the fact that you'll be in another country for a year or two and will be able to earn money to support yourself as most people can't afford to travel for extended periods like this.
Any particular reason you want to go to NZ? Australia usually has better job opportunities and more things to do.
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