>>1064941 >how does one go about traveling the world for free? Hitchhiking, walking, train-hopping, dumpster-diving, and begging work for lots of scumbags, but you're almost certainly limited to your starting continent. I do not believe there is any realistic way to cross an ocean without paying for it.
Perhaps crewing on a yacht if you're in the right Point A and have skills that someone would desire en route to the right Point B, but I don't see that as a long-distance... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My buddy who I interned with is going to show me around India in a few months. To get a more authentic experience I was considering a "let the chips fall where they may" attitude towards my bowel movements. Good idea? y/n
Ok /trv/ help me out. Here's the story first. A couple years ago I met a German girl who was visiting some friends here in America. She speaks very good english and we stayed in touch. She came back again this summer. She's invited me to visit her in Germany a couple of times and I accepted, so I'll be going this summer. I'll be staying at her apartment so no cost there. She's even offered to book the flight in Germany to save money. I don't know why it would be cheaper than me booking it here in the states but sure. She has planned things to do... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1064922 Personally always thought Sweden to be rather boring if you're not into nature vacation, e.g. camping etc. Czech Republic is very cheap compares to the others and has one or two more things to offer than just Prague. Austria and Switzerland are extremely beautiful with the backdrop of the Alps. Between the two I'd suggest Austria as it's cheaper (Switzerland is eytremely expensive), you don't have to exchange money (both Germany and Austria have Euro), and cities such as Salzburg and Vienna... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Eurofag here. I was planning with a companion on taking a 3-4 week trip to USA. Mainly a road trip from Washington Seattle to San Diego California.
I've never been to the US before and I'm having doubts if I can afford it, I've saved up about 3k. I know flying can be expensive. I'm guessing if I find cheaper flights to New York it's cheap to fly within the USA?
My questions are:
How easy is it to rent a car?
How much money (on average) does it cost to sleep in a motel per night or it is better to get a tent and stick to camping... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>I'm guessing if I find cheaper flights to New York it's cheap to fly within the USA? not really. we don't really have cheap hop around flights like europe.
>How easy is it to rent a car? you have to be 25, have an international driver's licence and a credit card
>How much money (on average) does it cost to sleep in a motel per night or it is better to get a tent and stick to camping sites? depending on the season and location at least $70-120... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1064843 >I've never been to the US before and I'm having doubts if I can afford it, I've saved up about 3k. I know flying can be expensive. I'm guessing if I find cheaper flights to New York it's cheap to fly within the USA?
>How easy is it to rent a car?
>How much money (on average) does it cost to sleep in a motel per night or it is better to get a tent and stick to camping sites? Anon above... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1064843 >How much money (on average) does it cost to sleep in a motel per night or it is better to get a tent and stick to camping sites? It's expensive these days. But if you look around long enough you can still find deals. You can find places for around $45 that are decent enough, not great but also no blood stains on the floors either.
Camping sites might be a better option but you'd need to bring your tent.
>Is 3 weeks enough to take in all... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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Going to Antarctica in a few weeks on a cruise, has anyone ever been? Anything that I need to bring that I might not think about? I have plenty of camera equipment, polarizing filters, GoPro, etc. Any tips, gear suggestions, or things that I must try and see?
Used helpx in Jordan and it was an awesome way to travel and live with locals. I had a free place to stay and free food for 2 weeks. Some hosts mention they will pay but these sites are typically exchange only. Look at references and don't work too hard in exchange for shit. Some hosts take advantage.
He's (>>1064821 ) right, I worked in a hostel once for a couple years and got shit in exchange; Bed & breakfast for 20h/week, I turned out to be a shitty breakfast of bread and butter and a bed with bed bugs for 3 nightshifts of 9 hours and one normal shift of 8 or 6.. can't remember now however the experience was really nice, I'd recommend you
>>1064805 >very single country I've been in the local food tasted either like shit or just alright I'm no gourmet foodie faggot, but sounds like the problem is with you. >tasted like western food but with a weird twist. That's because you're a total fucking pleb who sticks to what he knows. >Yet every single country people rave about the local food. Wow, people like food. What a shocker.
a) How... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello folks, I'm planning the trip of a lifetime for myself and my partner (the trip of our lifetime, I'm sure many of you seasoned travelers won't be phased by this) and would love suggestions on editing the route, or where I need to visit, places good to stay at etc just any general tips for this specific journey.
We live in the UK and are going to get a ferry the the netherlands, spend a few days in amsterdam and work our way up to denmark, spend some time there, go up to sweden, then finland, then russia (st petersburg) then backtrack to go to norway,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What sort of advice are you looking for though? Anything specific?
It seems like a decent enough route. Research getting visas for Russia before going, you can't just show up at the border. Faroe Islands are interesting but might be too expensive for this trip, I suggest spending that money in Iceland instead. Unless you specifically want to see them, there's really nothing in particular that is great about the Faroes, they're more of a novelty location. Your budget is good for this trip, even though these are some of the worlds most expensive countries,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
beautiful nature, nice people. cops with too much time on their hands, a mellow downtown. I visited for a weekend so not the best authority on the area. I just said the cops thing because that's what an aquaintance told me
Howdy folks! I could really use some help with future traveling plans. This June, around mid-june, I want to do a cross country trip across the United States. now I have a bunch of questions about this.
1. If I go mostly by train/bus/walking what would the recommend minimal amount of money one would need to save for such a trip. Im working right now and may have $900 by the end of the month and obviously I will work until then but would 2grand be okay? I am planning on the trip being 2 months long and I have no problem being homeless i.e. staving most of the time.
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Land-based cross-country mass transit in the US is a joke. With a car, you will be able to get wherever you need to go and get there on your own terms. All you need to worry about is paying for gas, and it's actually pretty cheap now with the Saudis purposely driving down oil prices to suffocate their competition.
Once more, there is no debate here. To travel across the US, you NEED a car.
>>1064633 Also, in terms of gas prices, I calculated what I currently spend on my own car for gas and it comes out to ~$1.00 every 12.5 miles. So, if you were to take a 3,000-mile trip (roughly the distance from coast to coast), you would need ~$250.00 for gas.
Hi /trv/, quite new to this board and have mostly been lurking around here on 4chan. the travellers board seems more like the common man than any other board. I have a question, or more likely a problem. anyways, any hints, tips, post experiences, faults, warnings etc. will be considered. I'm 24 and have lived in a religious community for 2 years and a half. I'm from scandinavia and lived outside of my country of birth for most of my post teenage years. Here's the drill, I don't like money, and I don't like routine, I like nature and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I only know about two options for squats; I'm sure there are many. On the farthest north tip of Sardinia there's a hippie colony. It's a bad option in the winter, though. I visited in June and there were only old people there, with no teeth and nowhere else to go. They told me "Come back in August. Naked girls, swimming, we bake pizza every day." Pic related, the old hippies.
There's also the Faslane Peace Camp in Scotland, which is a year-round squat community of anti-nuclear protesters. Apparently in winter there's some competition... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /trv/, can you recommend any places that are similar to the resorts in the Maldives?
I ended up flying there on a spur earlier this year. Work was slowly destroying my soul, and later that week after having enough of office shit I was on the flight. It ended up being the single most relaxing experience of my life.
I usually never travel back to the same place twice, but in 2016 I'm considering taking another 7-9 days to relax. Or alternatively, I would find something with a similar experience a bit closer to Europe: Sun, beaches, hot, not crowded.
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