>>1184489 >Get a hooker in Red Light District >Offers sex and blow job >Gives me a blow job and then jerks me off >Say wtf >She says the hand job is the sex Don't get a hooker there -- go to Koln or Prague or get an escort. If you really must do that, make sure you are very thorough with what you want.
Malaysians don't really give any fucks. Easiest immigration ever. Police are supposedly corrupt and I've heard stories of them stopping Indians to ask for bribes (most of them have the wrong visa and are here to look for work). I've never had that issue and the ones in Melaka was lax as hell even when one of the guys living in my house got stabbed.
Pic related is Chinese economic rice ~$1.50. Free tea + soup.
Guys I've been planning out a trip and I'd like to hear some feedback:
I want to rent a car in Mexico, and then drive north through the California desert, eventually crossing Canada and Alaska. Then I'll sell my car in Alaska, take a ferry to Siberia, where I'll cross the tundra via the Trans-Siberian Railway, and back to Moskou. Then, from Moskou, I'll hitchhike home. (Netherlands)
How realistic is this plan and how long would it take me? What should I take note of? (If taken into consideration, that I'll be travelling non-stop.)
Who the fuck makes someone check in a laptop case?
I just fucking had to pay 265€ to check in a god damn small ass laptop bag in addition to 85€ I already paid for a second bag because I had a backpack. How pitiful is fucking KLM/Delta that they need to nickel and dime their customers? They wouldn't even fucking let me stick it in my suitcase.
To make things even worse there are two Americans sitting across from me right now and they each have multiple carry ons and didn't pay for a single one. This bitch has a purse, laptop bag, backpack, and a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1184167 The ticketing agent gave me no reason at all. I had just paid to check in two suitcases and then she tells me I can't have two cabin bags, so a backpack and a laptop bag which is basically a wrapped laptop in my hand. She didn't let me stick it in my suitcase as it was already gone and then charged me 265€ or whatever the price is for a 3rd bag. I am so furious right now. There's probably a huge possibility that my laptop gets destroyed or goes missing somewhere during my next 3 flights.
Just visited the place on your pic a few weeks ago. Portugal is relatively inexpensive, has lots to see, and most people speak good English. In general, very nice. I recommend Porto and Aveiro as cozy towns.
>>1183949 Like the other guy said, nice people and fairly inexpensive. For a "travel back in time"-experience go to northern portugal. Up in the mountains people live a whole different life compared to the rest of the country. Very scenic, albeit a tad cold and yes, their english proficiency might be way below average.
For the more typical tourist visit, go to Porto for football and a more "rough" regional feel. Lisbon on the other hand is more "classy" and definitely feels like a capital.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>has anyone been to Fisterra in the winter? I haven't, but I would imagine it would be pretty dead. The city relies heavily on tourism, especially from Camino de Santiago pilgrims, and that slows down a lot during winter.
Depending on what you want, that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's basically a small, seaside city that during tourist season, is full of daytripping tourists and lots of pilgrims who are celebrating finishing a long walk. If you want to skip that atmosphere and just experience a small coastal city,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1184237 >Would you recommend a quick trip to A Coruña I can't really give you advice on that. I never went to A Coruna, except briefly going through it on a bus at like 1 in the morning. It seemed okay; if you find it interesting or find out there's something you really want to see, it probably wouldn't be that hard to fit in.
Really, it depends on what you're interested in. My experience in the area is a result of the Camino de Santiago, and not really a normal... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
For those of you who aren't hopeless autists, what is the attitude/impression you've gotten from whores about how they perceive you, the man paying to fuck them? Do you get a bunch of fake icing that they're into you but notice little looks and crumplings of their noses revealing their actually revulsed or disgusted? Or is it as matter-of-fact as getting a massage or something but with fucking instead of a back rub?
Asking because -strongly- considering trip to Amsterdam/FKK Germany/Thailand and want to know. Have never fucked a whore before, no idea what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Never shared this before, but I'm in the gym now wasting time between sets. I found a prostitute on craigslist when I was 21 or so. Granted it was in the States but I imagine it would not be much different elsewhere. I was a virgin at the time and was interested to see what it was like to stop being one.
I paid for a room and we smoked some pot before she proceeded to go down on me like you see in professional pornos. Being high, it was too much to handle and I was done within a minute. The she lay down, I guess to mess around more while I recuperated, but as I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'll help you even though you sound like a huge faggot.
There's more stigma to being a whore than there is for fucking one. The girls see you as nothing more than a dollar sign who they must try to please in order to succeed in business.
Your friend's experience was pretty awful but I believe it. You have to take control of the situation and I wouldn't recommend going to a western prostitute especially not an Amsterdam whore. Go to SE Asia where the women are plentiful, thin, and cheap. Careful though because you won't want anything to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Though I'm native swiss, I've lived most of my life in Europe's second favourite amusement park.
You can ask about tourist attractions and I'll try to give you the local perspective. If you need standard tourist info you better check with travel guides. For everything else I'll gladly be your go-to guy.
I'll be around for a few more hours because I'm a neet and not at all sleepy. Afterwards I'll check up the thread around noon-midday tomorrow. Ask away fellow /trv/elers.
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Planning on going to the city with 2 friends in spring next year. Were mid 20s, we love food and cheap drinks. Could be interested in sight seeing but not into art or museums. Wouldnt mind some beautiful ladies too. Suggestions?
People who use carry on bags only: What do you use, and have you been able to take them on budget airlines without problems, or do you pay extra? Is it even worth getting a smaller bag to skirt around extra costs?
Right now I have an eBags Weekender (largest size to still count as a carry on) and it was great over the summer back and forth to Europe, but I'm not sure it would work with budget airlines such as Norwegian or WOW unless I want to pay extra.
Therefore I'm looking for suggestions that might be a bit smaller.
Typical dimensions... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1183718 I'm a standby traveler most of my life, so only carryon most of the time. I use a wheeled Travelpro Crew bag when I do underseat only, and might pair that with a garment bag from Hartmann if I have some dressy outfits to pack. I usually like a 4 wheeled Delsey, or Samonsite for overheads that _may_ get checked, and I might remove a smaller bag from that bag, to go with me as my underseat (my personal item). I am kind of a bag collector, to tell the truth. My whole family travels or are pilots. The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1183718 for a 1-month trip abroad: - 3 underpants - 3 t-shirts - 3 pair of socks - 1 pair of flip flops - 1 light coat - 1 medicine bag - 1 basic hygiene bag - 1 pajama set - electronics (e-book, tablet, etc.) And yes, I had a lost luggage experience.
Mzaar is the principal ski destination, and will (together with all the other ski destinations like Kfardebian) have plenty of snow in Jan/Feb, however, the beach might not be a good idea after. It doesn't snow on the coast, but it's not very warm either, Beirut gets around 5C in January, with water temperatures to match. If you go down to Tyre, *maybe* it'll be warm, but that's a long day trip. You should wait until March/April if you want the skiing and the beach in the same day.
Also Lebanon is safe, all else is memes. Stay in hostels in Beirut... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Knowing your budget, interests and Spanish proficiency would help.
5 days isn't a lot of time, especially with the locals relaxed 'tico' time. My idea of time management and amount of relaxation I want from a trip are probably more conservative than yours, so this might not be helpful.
Tourism is the countries biggest earner of foreign currency, they charge that much because people will pay it. But cant you zipline or ride a horse/atv a lot closer to home? There's also a foreign/local element to it. I remember a developed hotsprings that wanted... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1182988 Completely agree with the end statement... The city of Arenal is great for staying... there is a pretty entertaining tour at a chocolate plantation that was well worth the money and I'd reccomend. Maybe try an afternoon in Puntarenas. Tarcoles is a good stop on the way south to Jaco. Scarlet Macaws spend their mornings by the beach and the crocodile tours on the rio tarcoles are fantastic. Unfortunately the number of crocodiles means you shouldn't try swimming in the ocean around there.
>>1182989 >shouldn't try swimming in the ocean around there.
Reminds me of this >be in Tamarindo >drive north for an hour at night to go see sea turtles lay their eggs >they lay their eggs around playa grande >next day want to go back >figure I can just wade across the estuary, instead of drive an hour each way >do... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1182819 Probably cause you're light skin. I'm a dark ass Filipino-canadkan but don't get a second look in SEA.
They love me in Europe, Australia and north America though. I generally don't have much luck with locals in Latin countries but I'm tall so that works in my favour there. I personally like Germans and northern Europeans and they seem to dig me. For some reason, eastern European women tend to love me (which is weird cause eastern European men have been some of the most racist).
>>1182171 Save about $5000 before going. Getting hospitality jobs like waiter or cook or cleaning jobs is super easy as long as you're not a lazy fuck. I suggest doing research on some backpacker sites on when's the busy periods in different cities and go where the work is, once you have some local experience finding more work will be easy. On the other hand don't show up in Melbourne at the start of summer when all the backpackers come here and look for the same exact jobs.
On the other hand if you have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Sup guys, i've recently become interested in the south pacific islands and I've saved enough money to afford a trip over there. Point is, i can't stay away for long (more than 1 month) and i don't know which one i should pick: - Fiji - New Caledonia - French Polinesia - Cook islands
Anyone has been there and can shed some lights on these? I'd prefer a place that is not entirely spoiled by mass tourism, thanks in advance
>>1181955 Do some touristy shit in the French Quarter. Go see live music on Frenchmen St. The obvious foods to search out are red beans and rice, gumbo, jambalaya, po'boys, boudin and other Cajun things. Get a Muffuletta sandwich. If you want to get off the beaten track the fried chicken at Willie Mae's Scotch House is excellent. The small plates at Bacchanal are very good, and a walk through Bywater is a great way to see some of the modest but brightly painted wooden shotgun houses. If you want to get your heart broken... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'll be visiting italy by myself for the first time this coming summer. Over this past summer I visited Japan by myself after learning some conversational japanese through rosetta stone. I got around just fine using that language, a bike, and an itinerary. Would it be easy to get around like that in Italy if I'm by myself? I'm not sure if I'll be hitting bars up or not.
White 21 year old male if that makes any difference
>>1181137 you wanna bike across the country or what? you like art and shieet or drinking cheap wine with slutty american tourists?
You gotta give us something to work with.
I myself traveled in Italy using every possible mean and never felt threatened, but I guess some parts of Napoli or Rome can be dangerous during night time. Language is really simple for english speakers but imo use duolingo - it's 'faster' so better for an easier language, also you can dl it for free on your phone.
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>>1181650 Biking would be great, but not as the whole focus of the trip. Probably wouldn't be super compelled to go to any art galleries, and drinking cheap wine with slutty american tourists would be pretty good too.
I also really want to go to Venice, that is the main thing I would like to visit, but aside from that I'm sure there would be really cool things to do for the other 4-5 days I'm there (planning a week total).
Exploration and getting lost around other towns would be very nice I think.
>>1180830 I think its because you are exposing yourself to new stimuli which can obviously be stressful and overwhelming. Your travel partners will very likely be exposed to a wider range of your emotive capability and through the course of several days and even weeks may sour any relationship that isn't built on a solid foundation. I learned this the hard way after I went travelling throughout Alberta with a friend.
Alone I do what I want when I want. Want to sleep in the Hostel all day? I will. Want to go on a bus for two days and get to the highlands? I will. On my own, if I meet someone fun, I can go and party with them and see what happens. I can change my plan in a second without discussing it with a friend. Alone I am forced to meet new people because I will get lonely, whereas with a friend I wouldn't be as open to new people.
My father (elderly) wants to travel to Iceland this Xmas, and mentions Reykjavik all the time. I want to bring him and my mother there. I have to book flights and hotels and I just wanted to post here to hear some sound advice from travellers who have visited Iceland. Both of my parents are elderly and weak, so I'm looking for advice that keeps this in mind while also keeping in mind the maximisation of the travel experience in this beautiful Northern European country.
Long story short, my life has become pretty stagnant and without direction or motivation so I have decided to fast forward my plans for travel and trek across Eurasia some time during this or (most likely) next year. I have little prior experience with travelling solo or long-distance, and will most likely be cycling for the bulk of the journey. I'm posting this in the hope that you guys will be able to offer me help with: -Advice on destinations I should especially visit or avoid along the way -Tips in general to make sure I don't enter... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm in Australia now doing the typical work-holiday thing. I signed up for a bunch of facebook groups for backpackers here, you know, to meet like-minded people to maybe do something after work and on weekends. I just can't believe how stupid the average person in those groups is. I understand that many of them are still kids, first time away from home, but while funny at first I now realize most of these people are just morons, I never acted like that at their age, I can't believe some of what they write.
One girl for example wrote a post about meeting people and I added myself to this chat group she created. A few hours later she posted on facebook that she's so poor she can't afford food and is asking for places to eat for free, oh and she's vegan so yeah!! Then a few hours after that she posted in the chat group that she's going to a club that has a $20 entry fee and $12 drinks. Another girl complained that after working for 8 months on some farm it only took her 3 weeks to spend all her money down to her last $1000. Yet another wrote that after landing here she spent 1200 pounds in 8 days.
It's not any different in the hostels. Most of them are entitled little shits. They fucking start their skype chats in the middle of the night waking everyone up instead of leaving the dorm, and then complain about noise in the morning. A lot of them end up eating noodles and toast to save but spend $30+ a day on alcohol (and that's not even when going out, cause there they spend in the $100s). The French and Germans will always fucking talk in their languages even though it makes everyone else uncomfortable.
This is very unusual for me because I have traveled quite a lot in the last 6 years and haven't seen this yet. I assume it's the Australia factor, a safe English speaking place that attracts a lot of newbies. Makes me want to leave and I've only been here a couple of months.
>>1185636 Actually the French have such poor grasp of English that many of them can't even put a sentence together but instead of taking this opportunity to improve it here in an English speaking country surrounded by English speaking travelers, they instead group together and don't even learn the basics. I wonder how my roommate got a job as a waiter because he doesn't know more than 20 words of English but he doesn't do anything other than hang out with other French people and skype with his friends back... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
When I was a teenager I worked at Best Buy. Most people there making about 10 to 11 dollars an hour. Every fucking day after work they would walk across the street and get drinks at chilies. They would spend 50+ dollars a night on drinks. Come into work with a hangover and complain they have no money.
>>1185618 I think it's kinda sad you'd feel the need to pay people 200€ per day to spend Christmas with you in your house, but that's 4chan for you I guess. There's harder ways to earn money though, so I don't think it should be hard to find someone to fill the job.
>>1185591 I have $120k in my bank pocket and I just moved to Australia. Goal is to work here for a year or two, save up as much as possible, and then go to Asia to spend those savings.
Really easy to get jobs here. I found a job only a few days after landing here. There are many cases of people getting restaurant industry jobs within 2 days of looking. I have an admin job so you can see just how easy it is to get one, back in Canada any admin job takes ages to process.
What's the best time to leave for a 6-hour road trip? Do you like to travel through the day, overnight or leave early in the morning (around 3-4am)? I'm taking a trip from L.A. to Phoenix next month which is a 6-hour drive, and I want to know how I should do it. Some people I know who've done the drive say to leave early in the morning. But I've been reading from a few places that I should try a night drive to avoid traffic.
>>1185551 Figure out when the worst rush hour is in LA, and get out an hour before that. I'm guessing that means leaving around 3 am. That'll put you in Phoenix around 10am, well last their morning rush hour. Driving towards the rising sun, don't forget your sunglasses.
What day of the week are you leaving? That makes a big difference too. I've done the drive from OC to Phoenix a bunch and we usually leave in the early morning around 8 am. Never encountered any traffic that I can recall.
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