Hey /trv/ Have any of you had to learn a language extensively before going somewhere? Thats the case with me. I'm moving to Israel from the US in 6 months, and I'm hoping to know hebrew thoroughly by the time I get there. Any of you have any online programs that are good at teaching a language?
>>1062090 Yes fo Work had to learn Japanese for a DuPont owned company in Nagoya had just about 11 months to get business proficient. My company paid for classes and I went six days a week for two hours. Wouldn't say I reached my goal but close enough the rest I picked up on the job and with my now wife
It really depends on where "across Georgia" takes you. but here are some good restaurants. Dillard House in Dillard Downda Earth in Helen Lil Jakes BBQ in Wrens
Not hole in the wall places to eat that i like Vortex in Atlanta(double or triple bypass burgers are great) They also started serving poutine but i haven't tried it yet. Sushi Yoko/Tamato is a japanese resturant and grocery store on the north east side of atlanta.
as far as shit to do...well you can hit the southern side of the Appalachian trail for some good day hiking. Helen... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have the opertunity to go work on a farm in southern Iceland for a few months. Everything about the location and farm seems perfect, I've just never done a work stay program before and wanted to know if anybody who has done something similar can tell me about there experience. I dont want to be in over my head because I thought the work would be easy but can things that sound too good to be true, be real?
I can't resist it anymore, I have to visit this country. I would like to make a trip through all the states, starting in Maine.
I don't know yet whether I will do it alone or with friends. I know I want to see America in it's purest form, not just the touristic attractions.
Currently I'm in my last year of a journalism Master's degree so I probably could make money writing articles about it. As I'm a white belgian male I should have no problems going through the conservative areas like the deep south or midwest.
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1. It will take an absolute FUCKLOAD of time to visit all 48 continental states. The United States is as big as continental Europe, and there's a lot of states that are not necessary to visit at all.
2. It will also cost quite a bit. Hostels aren't common in the US so you'd have to find an alternative place to sleep. The cheapest way to do it is probably AirBNB or couchsurfing, although I've never used either.
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Doing a roadtrip through all 50 states would be very difficult to do in 3 months if you plan to stop and enjoy some cities/national parks from more than a day. I would, and I'm sure everyone else here would recommend you do the U.S. in parts. For first time Euro travelers we recommend the Northeast because people are more educated/less xenophobic and public trans is decent (for American standards anyways, euros may find it embarrassing though).
>>1062062 >The bulk of the midwest and the deep south are completely skippable ... because there's just not anything interesting to do.
A very strange thing for a traveler to post.
Of course, what you like to do and what interests you may not be what anybody else likes to do or what interests them, but the idea that in roughly half odf the continental US there is nothing interesting is laughable.
Hey. Im just a german dude travelling to Stockholm for new years eve. If you have any tips in terms of what i should see or something like that please share. Also kinda nervous because im travelling alone
Hey /trv/, I'm visiting Poland soon. I'm going alone (This is the first time I've ever traveled solo) and I was wondering if any of you could recommend something decent to do or see in either Wroclaw or Warsaw?
Hi /trv/, i'm from Alicante, Spain, and by the end of January i'm travelling to Malmö to stay 10+- days there, a pretty nice half swedish lady hosts me so everything about hosting is solved the best way possible. I'm looking for funny, cultural things to do there, but the tripadvisor reviews have its own limitations, so i wanted to know if somebody here could shed light on certain points: > Live shows -metal, jazz, alternative- on malmo & copenhague from 21st to 31st > Jam sessions Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1062040 Sup Anon, I'm in Copenhagen at the moment and went over to Malmö the other day. Been here 7 days and it is definitely more than enough time here. I think 10 days in Malmö and coming over to CPH will be quite drawn out (Bur snow will be awesome)
the castle in Malmö is worth seeing with history and live animals n shit. The Turning Torso is also cool with great modern buildings with Swedish architecture.
I actually prefer Christiania to main CPH. People here seem slightly brainwashed and dronelike
OK, so I just booked a trip to thailand recently and I'll be going in less than a week, but I initially checked the government site and it said I'd only need yellow fever vaccination from a country that is prone to it but now I'm afraid I've read it incorrectly, can someone help me out?
Do you need vaccinations before you go to thailand?
Chill OP. You don't need yellow fever if you're sticking to Thailand. Go to the hospital for tropical disease when you get to Bangkok, it's just off from Monument square. They're a modern professional hospital and do cheap vaccines (it's recommended to get hep a and b as well as update your tetanus/diphtheria if you haven't already. Japanese encephalitis is something they'll offer too, it's nasty but really rare unless you plan to sit in a rice paddy for 6 months. Only issue is hep a and b take 3 shots spread out over a month. I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey guys, I'm planning to go on a backpacking trip along the coast of chile (if you've seen Chile in a map, thats all there is I guess lol).
What I wanted to ask, has anybody been on a limited budget around chile? I'm planning to go with a little more than $1000 and to stay there for about five weeks. Any tips would be greatly appreciated :).
Where do you plan to stay during the nights? 1K is not really that much money and food will cost some too, you'll probably have to do some jobs like cleaning cars or something to earn money, there's also the fact that around this time of the year young people usually do the same thing as you here, so you might find some competition, or in the best of cases maybe find a group to stick to for a while.
Chile isn't a poor country, and it was already said that this is the busy time of year for traveling there so prices are a bit higher.
The peso has gone down, but I feel that $30/day gets you 2 of: food, shelter and transportation. Don't know what the hitchhiking is like there, should try to meet some Chileans on interpals and couchsurfing.
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OP, specify what part of Chile you'll be traversing. While skinny, it is a long country that covers pretty much half of latin america so it's not exactly a place you can see from north to south in 5 weeks.
Chile is probably the most expensive country in latin america. If you're staying 5 weeks that makes around 28 USD, which means around 200000 Pesos. With that money you'll be able pay for lodging in hostels (Around 10 USD is the average though consider a bit more in touristy or remote places), eat, and pay for transportation. Note that when I say... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm heading over to Vanuatu in a couple of weeks, never seen anyone talk about that place here before, anyone been there? And if so, I'm especially curious about budget and more tribal oriented traveling instead of a more touristic approach to the place. I keep reading about the amazing diving opportunities and similar stuff which I'll never be able to afford.
Can't really help with budget stuff sorry, but from memory it's not too expensive? Internal flights are where most of your money will go
Head to pentecost for the tribal stuff, and make sure you climb that volcano on tanna. There's some decent off-the-beach snorkelling on tanna and ok stuff on that tiny island in Port villa. Probs nothing like the diving though I guess
Just bought some flights to Tenerife for February. Never went there because its touristic reputation. Now it was the only destination that fit the timeslot+budget, and the surf is apparently real good so.
Any tips where to go and where not to go (the touristic cities I guess). Looking for surf, cool little villages, maybe to climb that volcano?
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