Nah man I wouldn't risk it. The top might be ok aside from being insanely windy but it seems everytime we get a little drizzle a shit ton of trees decide to fall right in the road all over Haiku and Kula. If that happens, you're gonna have a bad time because it means you'll be stuck up there in the actual storm for at least a few hours, or more if it's too bad for anyone to clear it.
VA fag here, I've been doing some reading trying to make plans for the future, and while looking at places to live I found the Utopia of N. Arizona. So far this place seems God Tier because >Most based gun laws in the country >Based immigration laws >Innamountains + innawoods >temp range similar to VA (fugg hot weather), average summer highs around 96 and lows around 60 in lower region summers, still decently cold lows in the winter, really cool and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
N. Arizona here Flagstaff or Prescott are probably your best bets if you want to live in the high country in this state.
Flagstaff is the largest city by size (70k) and sits at around 7000 feet, this summer has been pretty hot but usually highs are in the low/mid 80s. Flagstaff is a college/tourist town and has a lot of hippy types and outdoors enthusiasts.
Prescott has a smaller city population (~40k) but feels much more like a city thanks to the proximity to Prescott Valley, Chino valley, and Dewey-Humbolt. Prescott is only at ~1 mile high so the summer... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /trv I'm here in Vietnam and I'm not sure what to do. Situation is a little complicated, but I'm in HCMC, for a month. A 6-7 white male since I gained weight(not a lot, was solid 8) from US, mid twenties.
It would be nice to meet someone to fuck and build a strictly for fun relationship while I'm here- but just enjoying the country is my goal. I'll take any tips for anything. Google just give some basic noob tourist shit.
Tips on meeting girls. Tips on places to go and eat. Tips to not getting in trouble. I heard porn and prostitution... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1142082 What I kinda liked in HCMC: go to the park near the tourist area, just read a book or something. Students will come and want to practice English with you. Spent most nights there as I'm not into drinking.
Also, go to Dalat, and do some canyoning. Didn't really see much special in HCMC. But for cheap clothes it's the best place to go (i found it way better than BKK).
>>1142151 >>1142152 Thanks for the legit replies. I'll try all of that. I have just the book, too. Oh- I know 0 Vietnamese. Again, why I'm here is complicated.
My friend is from VN. And says he gets new ladies almost every night while he visits. He's already back in the states. I would call him out on it, but he has pictures to prove most encounstates. He keeps what he knows a secret. He's not handsome or anything either. Maybe he pits on a good front... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Thinking about relocating to another country and living there in the long run. How to know if I will get used to life there? It's not like I will quit my job to go backpacking there. I get the impression that traveling to another country for a few weeks will be different from living there in the long run.
How do I into coachsurfing /trv/? Never done it before but looking through profiles atm for where I am currently travelling and like 98 percent of hosts are men. I have the feeling that male hosts will never accept a male guest. Am I right? I also kind of feel like I am sponging by doing this to travel but desu it is pretty appealing as I am on a small budget and want to keep travelling for as long as possible. I am also questioning if the effort and time required to send a bunch of requests is really worth it compared to just spending 15 dollars on a hostel? Your thoughts?
>>1141983 Seattle is a great city. I hope to move there one day with a shit ton of Vitamin D. Actually, I want to work as a CNC programmer for a Being contractor I know. I hear it's crazy expensive to live there though, how are you managing OP?
I realize this might not be the ideal question, or the ideal sotuation to ask. Just about three hours earlier I have been rendered completely homeless. I don't have a car, any other means of transportation, anyone I can call for help and nothing to my name except two grand and a backpack without any survival essentials. Now, I know the /out/ commuters here are probably banging their heads mad reading this, but I am sort of between a rock and a hard place. I'd love to go travel outside the US, but as I understand my situation should dissuade me from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1141927 To me, you're free. If you feel like travelling, go for it. You have nothing to loose anyway, and everything to gain. Experience, maybe even a job with some guy who just needs help and doesn't care about taxes. It would be tougher in countries which are poorer than the USA, though. Good luck.
Hello, /trv/ this is my first time posting here and I come seeking advice from experienced travelers who have traveled the U.S by van / truck with camper cover. Me and my wife are planning on traveling for our first time freeballin' as soon as we can have enough money saved after purchasing a van. Any suggestion as to what type of van would be best for ease of access to parts / Mileage / and cost if possible. We also have 2 mid size puppers that will be going along with us. Any advice pertaining to traveling is GREATLY appreciated.
Kinda wanna go somewhere different for a couple weeks, driving up from WA, was thinking about Drumheller. Has anyone here been and is it nice? All I see is dinosaur bullshit and that mostly fime with me.
A couple of weeks is a long time to spend in Drumheller. It is a prairie town, boring as shit. It is a one trick pony, worth a visit, maybe even worth an overnight, but if you are out there, lots to see/do in Calgary, Glacier, Banff, Jasper, Kootenays.
>>1141813 went to cologne last january, a week is too long unless you rent a car and visit the surrounding villages. we spent 3 days in cologne, then took a 10 euro flight to berlin for another 3 days.
Planning on visiting St Petersburg for a week. I have some questions about the visa, it seems I need a signed and stamped document from the hotel or tourist agency. Problem is that I'm staying with a couchsurfer. What do?
>>1142028 ok... dont know about romania, do you have maybe a russian shop somewhere close to you? if yes go there and ask for a russian travel agency
here in germany there are pretty much in every big city at least one travel agency owned by a russian. They know what to do. You give them your passport, evidence of work/university, ravel insurance and i think 80 € and you get your visa within the next 3 weeks. they get a fake invitation for you.
if you are staying for just one week you also dont have to register... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It depends on your budget. 5 days are enough to see most important rome places, 2 are perfect for florence. In my opinion, you can sacrifice 1 or 2 days in rome to see another city if your budget is ok with travel. You will have some more intense days in rome but anyway be able to see everything you can't miss.
>>1141751 >Should I just go to Rome for 5 days and Florence for 2 days? yes those 2 cities for 1 week. But, how to divy it up would be your call. Note that for Florence you have to RSVP one of th museums you'd wish to see. Plan ahed.
Check with Rick for all things Italy (and ireland too), he'll condense your itinerary, minimize line waits, figure it out in a way you will appreciate. https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/italy/itinerary
So I'll be reaching Blacksburg, VA in a couple of weeks to attend VT and I think somewhere between the orientation and classes I'll have 3-4 days free. Are there any good places around that I can travel to in the 3-4 days? Also other things to do in blacksburg to keep boredom away?
I'm French and I'm going to leave France for a long, multi-countries, trip. In about a year I'd like to go to Russia to take the Transsiberian.
But getting a visa is a pain. I can't request it more than 3 months in advance, and I'm not sure I can obtain it from another country (since it looks like a need to live on the country where I make the request).
Am I stuck here? Do I need to go back to France and wait there during my trip?
I'd be very thankful if anyone could share tips or experiences.
I'm going to Melbourne for 9 days in September and want to spend time on the Great Ocean Road. Has anyone done this before and can you give itinerary advice.Renting a car for a few days seems more affordable than joining a tour group. Also, general thoughts on Melbourne/Victoria
Couple of days will be enough. You dont really need an itinerary just drive and stop at the well-marked lookout points whenever you feel like it. Lorne is very expensive and touristy, Apollo Bay is a bit nicer as a stopover. There's a facebook page about whale sightings, sometimes you can get lucky.
Just got back from a 2 week vacation there, it depends what time of day your layover is at.
If it's during the day, go shopping and eat street food in meongdong and then get some korean bbq after more shopping in hongdae. Seoul is an eating/shopping/clubbing city
If it's at night go hit the clubs/bars. Mikes cabin and tuesday party in hongdae are fun to barhop between. If you'd rather go clubbing, you can go to one of the biggest clubs in the world at Club Octagon. I also liked noisy basement 2. It's a hip hop club that's busy every day of the week
The airport in Seoul does not offer international flights, except to Narita. You probably have the layover at Inchon International, which is about a 75 minute bus ride from Seoul. Given that, I would just stay at the airport, it has a lot of nice art on the walls and stuff.
hey, I'm from brazil and I'll be studying in vienna in the following winter semester. I'd like some general tips of what to do over there, bar recommendations, etc... I'll be travelling alone, so it would be nice to meet some new people during my stay. thank you
>>1141582 Vienna is prime for visiting a lot of side towns on weekends on short train rides. Can you get visas for hungary and czech rep at the same time (or do you need to from your country, double check since it may be easier to get at your home embassy?). You'd enjoy Prague, Budapest, which are as vastly different from Vienna as from each other. Even shorter popular excursions: Dresden, Melk, Salzburg, etc.
>>1141767 yes, I'll need some time to get used to it, hehe. there's no such a thing as winter in the city where I live. I'll be studying in the university of vienna =)
>>1141773 I'm really looking forward to visiting prague. and no, I don't think I need a visa to enter in those countries, as long as I don't stay there for more than 90 days. I'll check, though. thank you!
So I'm travelling a month to Europe on mid September. I'm planning on spending a week on major cities (Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich and Prague) and visiting neighboring cities from there.
On the last week, I'd like to visit the most in France, so I'll take a train from Prague to Strasbourg>Lyon>Toulousse>Mt. Saint Michel>Paris. I'll take a night bus from city to city to make the most of my time and I'll be spending one day in each city.
I had to drop Annecy and Carcassone from the list because I'll probably won't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1141537 >>but I feel that I need to make the most of my time on the last week. I suggest you reconsider your definition of "make the most of my time".
Is it really rushing through various locations, seeing many places for a little time and stressing about not getting lost, not losing the bus/train, hoping not to get stuck in traffic/lines, getting frustrated because all these people blocking my way are making me waste my precious time and having an awful sleep?
Because... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey everyone, planning on doing a road trip through tuscany for a week in August. We'll fly into Pisa and pick up our rental car there. Any of you guys habe any suggestions about what to see apart from the obvious? I've already been to Lucca, Siena, Florence before, I would like to explore the back country a bit, maybe the Chianti region. Would love to hear your suggestions!
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