Hey /trv/, just moved to Vancouver from nz and was wondering if it's this bleak year round and if buses and the sky train are my best bet or if I should.invest in a beater of a car. Also curious about housing. What are some okay areas and so on and what's a reasonable rent rate for a single bedroom place?
Can you bring those tiny gift sized liquor bottles through security in North America, or will they confiscate them? I think they're within the size limit for the little liquids if you can fit them in a plastic bag, but I'm still not sure... Be nice to have on the plane, an not have to pay the ridiculous prices they charge for alcohol on the plane.
pic just for reference wouldn't drink any of that fucking garbage
>>1061537 >Can you bring those tiny gift sized liquor bottles through security in North America, or will they confiscate them? I think they're within the size limit for the little liquids if you can fit them in a plastic bag, but I'm still not sure... >Be nice to have on the plane, an not have to pay the ridiculous prices they charge for alcohol on the plane. >pic just for reference >wouldn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061526 Thailand in general. Pattaya is fine, A lot of people focus on the whores there, whether as a pro or con. But what they neglect to realize is their presence makes the normal chicks that much easier do to relativism.
So where should I go? I've got an intense desire to go somewhere within the next month, I'm looking for somewhere that's cheap in terms of hotels and food, I don't mind if the flight is slightly expensive just if the place is quite cultural and cheap. Looking for the overall trip to be under 1000 GBP.
I was thinking thailand, really interested in going there but I want other suggestions.
Anything really exotic or obscure out there that one needs to see? Apologies, I know how annoying it can be to tell someone where to go
Have you considered Morocco? It's fairly close to the UK, cheap enough to fly to, cheap as shit once you're there, and radically different from the UK. You could easily spend a month there with roundtrip airfare for under 1000 GBP, and that's if you made no serious effort to be thrifty
1. It's pretty expensive I would say you look at costs of living of 1400-2000CHF per month even if you go for a student dorm or shared flat. (about 450 rent, 100 public transport, 200 mandatory health care insurance and 800 for food/activities) Food prices: one of the large chains delivery serivce. Prices are the same as in the supermarket. https://www.leshop.ch/leshop/Main.do?currentMenu=SHOP_MAIN&chlanguage=0
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So. It has been growing in me for few years already. I want to go for a trip before i will be rooted by a job and family duties.
I am finishing my college soon, and i started thinking about traveling through Europe.
My main problem is that i live in Poland, so i am kinda poor guy. (Currently my monthly income is ~170 EUR, will increase after graduation with full time job tho, but it wouldn't be more like 450EUR/m)
So is Hitchhiking a thing in these years? Will i ne able to travel through Eu by minimizing costs to food mostly?
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People do still hitchike, at least i met a bunch on my 3week trip last summer. Hitchiking itself also went well untill we got in the balkan where everyone is a taxi driver (it could have had something to do with us being 3 ) So i guess you'll be allright hitching ( if you don't look too filthy)
additional funds: look for seasonal harvest jobs like the yearly grape pickings in France. But i guess you can pick oranges in Spain too, idk.
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Hey /trv/ have any of you ever been abroad and caught up in really bad weather or a natural disaster? I'm sure most of you try to avoid it by checking the weather beforehand but sometimes you can't really be sure. So where were you while traveling and what did you endure? Post pics of the weather too if you got any.
Not abroad, but I once got stuck in an ice storm in Texas. They had freezing rain for days which ended in a 3 inch thick slab of ice covering everything. Unlike up north, Texas has no preparations for ice so you just have to wait for weather to clear it up.
We setup camp outside a Loves truck stop the first night of the storm, ''drove'' all day the next day and made it like 30 miles up the street and camped at another truck stop. These pictures are from day three when it cleared up enough for us to get moving again.
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Not abroad by me and my family were on a road trip all the way to Las Vegas. I don't remember if it was before or after we left Tucson, but we drove straight into a huge thunderstorm in the middle of the Interstate. Just kept driving lel
My girlfriend recently moved to California for her job for a little while and we're doing the LDR thing for a bit. I'll be flying to visit her next week and we'll be spending New Years together. He lives in the Bay Area and I want to do some stuff with her during that time but neither of us know anything about the area or things to do. Any Norcalfags have some good places and things to do?
Going to Denver soon, anybody know the good spots? Looking for some pretty dope, dope shops. Also looking for bars and other places to visit. Let me know! Going camping too, but imma post in /out/ for that as well.
The weed shops are mostly interchangeable. The prices are pretty much set by law (give or take) but many are unprofessional in that they can't keep the edibles in stock or have obnoxious people with dreadlocks behind the counter. There will eventually be consolidation as will all industries. Also expect to get ripped of on accessories since they are mostly for tourists.
Wild game sausage is sort of thing in Denver too. Biker Jim's is by the baseball field and have all sort of weird stuff like rattle snake. There are other places too.
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Hotels, especially the budget non-downtown ones run as franchises (possibly by Indians) LOVE LOVE LOVE to pound you in the ass with the "cleaning fee" for smoking (weed) in a non-smoking room.
I saw a Jesse Pinkman type at checkout distraught over a $300 charge. I suppose that you might be able to dispute those extra frees via with your credit card provider but I think the hoteliers rely on fast talk, shock and the fact you might have smoked the last of your weed right before your airport taxi to extract money before opening a window for 10-20 minutes and washing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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