I'm looking to roadtrip around the American South with my friend for about ten days later this month, visiting, and not exclusive to, Hot Spring AR Memphis Nashville Asheville Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans Houston TX Any suggestions or accommodations? Thx
>>1061913 Where from? If you're looking for southern culture, I know a few places. When I'm out of college and settle down I'd love to get into couch surfing, unfortunately I can't host now.
>Oyotunji Village, SC The southeast has the highest number of blacks in the country, back in the 1970s when they were deciding between violence and nonviolence, some nationalists split off and founded a Kingdom that has been recognized by spiritual leaders in East Africa. They practice... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Fort Mountain State Park Weird rock wall that pre-dates Cherokee. The Indian legend is that a small race of people that couldn't see in certain cycles of the moon built it. They found their weakness and killed them, and then used the wall as sacred honeymoon spot, lel >>Rock Hawk Effigy Also paleoindian, from when people were roaming tribes rather than settled like Cherokee or Creek. No ceremonial... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061930 Thanks! To answer you're question and to provide some information about myself, I'm coming from Austin (Mexican, 21). My friend's only 20. I also lived in Chapel Hill for a year when I was much younger.
A friend of mine is staying at Liverpool for a few weeks. I was thinking of going as well for a week or so. My friend told me to not pay for a room and stay with him in the hotel he stays. It is a single room. Will there be issues if i sleepover?
Also, any good things to do/visit around liverpool?
I've always wanted to learn Spanish but my recent trip to Mexico made me realize how lost I was without my Spanish speaking friend. I've done a bit of research about going to a school in a Latin American country. Some recommend Columbia, Ecuador, Bolivia.
Any experience to share ? Recommendations ? Looking for somewhere relatively cheap but I don't want to be somewhere boring either.
Me and a friend want to meet up in Vancouver, or somewhere nearby in BC if its cheaper. They're from the US, taking advantage of the weak Canadian dollar for a trip. I'm from further up in BC, rural shithole.
They want the stay to be at least 2 weeks long, at the minimum, flexible. No set dates yet, just sometime in 2016. How would you guys recommend finding a place to stay for that long for the two of us without paying out the ass for a decent hotel room? They want to pay for the room, I just think we can find a better deal than that.
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>>1061771 > Should we look into renting an apartment for one month
Vancouver is in a "housing crisis" right now. The vacancy rate is close to zero so landlords get twenty or more applications for every available unit. Somebody who only wants it for a month will be at the very bottom of the list. Your best bet is checking Airbnb.
>>1061749 >How's becoming a flight attendant if I want to travel? Pick an airline that goes places you wish to go, or start with some commuter stuff. Realize the biggest airlines will have seniority (years of service) as the reason for the most desired flights such as trans-atlantic, and their promotions. Make yourself the most congenial person you can think of...get some CPR/first aid certs, and any career where you work with wealthy people in a service role. Degrees and other languages... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061748 You can expect around 500 baht a night for somewhere with a refrigerator and bathroom. I'd advise spending a little extra just to get a good neighbourhood. Avoid Asok/Nana. Hotels are common and cheap, so you don't necessarily need to book. It would make your arrival much easier, though, if you knew exactly where you had to go.
>-Where to go? 7/11 or Aeon for organic yoghurt. It combats Delhi Belly.
>-Is it useful to do this instead?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey, /trv/. I come to you with a request, and thanks in advance. In a few months (February or March, if I recall), my mother will be taking a midlife crisis bike trip from our home in Denmark to see her family in Latvia, and see some sights along the way (primarily Kaliningrad). She's unsubtly hinted she wants some help as a Christmas present, which is nice because I'm broke, and I'm finding maps and travel guides to compile for the present. This is where you come in, /trv/. Wikitravel and travelogue sites are nice, but there are some tips you just have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Just to mention it, she's going to be lugging around a tent and sleeping at camping sites, but I know her (and Latvians) well enough to know that camping sites are only a formality, and she'll probably end up pitching tent in the woods if she can't find any. If anyone's going to suggest talking her out of it (I'm not sure if you'd consider it dangerous, but it is a bit impulsive), I can say that it would result in casualties. Arguing with a Latvian ends in blood.
After leaving a review of an apartment at http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g482941-d7829779-r315745166-Fava_Eco_Residences_Anemos_Suite-Oia_Santorini_Cyclades_South_Aegean.html#review_315745166, my gf received the attached libellous e-mail from the owner, followed by more intimidation and blackmail attempts. One will quickly guess that all the accusations in the message (and in the even more creative response to our review, which we got with the message "Dearest ***, now you got the humiliating review response that you deserved. You have to understand that continuously lying has unpredictable consequences. Enjoy it...") have been made up.
Now, we have received another e-mail: "Mr *** the action against you for defamation of Fava Eco Residences is ready. The Senior Associate who is in charge of the case, has already tried twice without success to contact you. Ignoring our lawyer's e-mails will not allow you to avoid the court, it will just make Ms ***'s [my gf's name; I had asked the owner to leave her alone and only contact me] position worst, since she will appear alone in court and you will be tried in absentia. You will be asked to provide your home address and not the professional one as you have done till now, so the indictment can be delivered personally to you by bailiff. In any case, do not reply to this message. This is the last warning and from now on, the only communication will and can be achieved through our lawyers. I would suggest you to find a good lawyer if you have not yet done so. Regards Antonis Gavalas"
I have heard from friends that this may be the right community to ask. Do you have any experience if one can be summoned to a Greek court for alleged defamation (and if yes, if one needs to appear in court or at least send a lawyer)? We have *some* photographic evidence to prove our case, but not everything (we had never expected to be attacked with such a barrage of lies and accusations), and we're a bit far from Greece...
The lack of legal jargon in that email makes me think the guy just got a different email address and is just trying to harrass you and your gf. I wouldn't sweat it unless actual summons appeared at your job or home.
Thanks! He's a Greek architect (though he studied and worked in London for a number of years), so he may not know the legal jargon, but given that the original review appeared over 3 months ago, he seems unrelenting...
>>1061651 Book a massage a couple days in advance at Szechenyi, or there won't be one available the day you wish to go. Musts: Terror House ~3hrs, Hospital in the rock possible in the evenings when doing fisherman's bastion and castle buda. Some of the best klezmer music restaurants need a reservation too, so plan ahead for that experience.
>>1061693 When it comes to tourist, Budapest is like most of other big cities. There would be many hospitable people, some who hate tourists, most do not care. There is significantly less English spoken than in Western Europe, but when you're there for a week, you probably won't really notice that.
Note down the Király utca-Kazinczy utca area as well for food, drinks, bars.
I'm sure it's a troll post but I'm extremely fond of Finland.
> The women are beautiful...they're like chinkier hot ass white girls. > Promiscuous > being North American makes you stand out because Finnish men are so afraid to talk to the women > They're like humbler Swedes (I love Sweden too, don't get me wrong) > I think it's the most romantic culture in Northern Europe. Like, people... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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