>Yucatan/Belize Gorgeous clean beaches, but most frontage taken up by private resorts. Not Asia cheap, but affordable accom and food. Sea life pretty intact. >Cambodia OK beaches in tourist areas, but step just outside and it's a trash heap. Dirty backpacker accommodation cheap, but anything better expensive for SEA. >Vietnam Horrific amounts of litter anywhere besides high-traffic foreign tourist beaches (including at a lot of resorts). Incredible... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am interested in doing a one year Master's degree in Australia. Excluding tuition fees, how much should I have saved up before moving? I am a Singaporefag with Aussie citizenship. I am a bit worried about not getting used to the culture there and ending up depressed and miserable (for some reason, this seems common amongst immigrants in the west).
>>1061307 The depression is usually the result of being disconnected from friends, family, and familiarity.
The specifics of how much money you'll need, you'll probably need to take up with a spreadsheet over long, painful hours, but I doubt that the living expenses are proportionally/PPP more than Singapore.
>Consider going to Times Square for NYE >Read up on what to do and expect >"You have to get there by noon, and there are absolutely no restrooms" >How the fuck does that work? >Read that a lot of attendees wear adult diapers lol, WAT?
>>1061301 If you want to be in times Square for that shit, you'll need to do some major planning. I'd personally suggest looking for a restraunt that has a view of the ball, and getting tickets for their NYE party.
I am an accountant from Canada. The main reason why I picked this career was because my parents wanted me to pick it.
I want to become an ESL teacher teaching overseas in the long run. In the past, I did some tutoring and I loved it. I am asexual, so I am not interested in having kids. I can earn enough to live comfortably in another country.
However, my parents do not want me to become an ESL teacher. They want me continue being an accountant. They said that if I decide to teach English abroad, they will not let me inherit their house. (I am... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061304 >You live overseas now anyway Things may not work out though. For example, I may not get used to the culture there or I may be sacked and unable to find a new job. If that happens, I am broke.
>>1061300 See a therapist. Something you need to work out or get medication....
If you interrupt the accountant career, yea, you royally screw up and mess up all that you've worked hard to do. Why not put your time into getting a second degree that transitions you into a) more income/portability for this travel abroad idea, and b) appeases parents concerns for your future (because yah, you can't affording the upkeep on a house/taxes with loser prospects) and c) stimulates your mind a bit more than teaching english... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I staying in Brisbane for another week and a half, visiting my brother. So far the city really isn't doing it for me, so I was wondering if you guys could suggest some things to do while I here. So far I've mostly been to museums and different micro breweries, but I can't stay drunk all the time. Beaches doesn't interest me at all. I have a car I can use so going places wont be a problem.
>>1061285 You could check out the glasshouse mountains to the north, theyre cool. There are a few different bushwalks and stuff to do if that interests you. What do you like? Eat street in Hamilton is popular with tourists, its like a event for street vendors selling different foods.. There's also fishing charters out of Manly, costs a bit but they take you outside the bay and you're guaranteed to catch some sweet fish. Be more specific about what kinds of activities you're after. It's a regional capital,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061323 Nice suggestions. I mean, it's a pleasant city, just not very exciting. The cleanliness, no gypsies, brown people that actually behave like normal people, it's all great, but I like my cities old, and cold. Are there any nice punk venues or jazz bars fairly close to southbank?
I've been tasked with driving to New York and picking up my brother to bring back to PA for Christmas. I have no problem doing this I'm just flat broke and won't be able to pay that ridiculous toll going into NYC. Is there a way to dodge the tolls into the city? Or am I forced to pay 14 dollars to cross an imaginary line
Bridge and Tunnel maintenance doesn't pay for itself, you know. You could ask your taskmaster to pay. You could ask your brother to take the PATH into New Jersey. You could swing north to the Tappan Zee bridge, a $5 toll, and picking the right bridges within NYC you can avoid further tolls. The Bear Mountain bridge is even cheaper, but you need to balance tolls with the cost of gasoline.
Oh, I will. If you are uneducated, you can't teach English in Japan. You need a bachelor's degree to do that. If you are only 5'9, you can't model. Also, being "ripped" will not get you a job as a model in Japan. You need to be tall and slim with a handsome face, not a stocky, muscular little fire plug.
You might have better luck in China, no idea, but you'll get no where in Japan.
>>1061211 I am: >good looking > ripped Your insecurity says otherwise. Why don't you stop lying to yourself, and the internets? Have you researched any of these things you want to do, and if not, why do you think your plan is going to work?
I'm torn on a language to dedicate myself to. I'm 20 years old, and it's now or never to put a language in my tool kit.
>French: My father and some family live in Toronto, Canada, and I have taken 3 years of French in high school. I'd have a bit of a head start learning it. Though, I do not love French that much. I wouldn't really want to go to France ever, and I don't find speaking French fun.
>Japanese: I think its cool sounding and really different from English.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
From what you've listed I would absolutely rule out Korean. You seem to have no real motivation or reason for speaking it. The only people who think South Korea is a cooler Japan would be... Koreans and maybe some Koreaboos. Japan is bigger, has more stuff do and see and is generally just more vibrant and culturally interesting than Korea. I have stayed in both countries for work and can tell you with confidence that this is the case. I like Korea, especially Korean food, but it is more bland than Japan. Korea is a great place to live, but it's not a good place to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So guys, I just finished biking from Nova Scotia to Vancouver in Canada and while on the road my drivers license and health card expired. I called the airline and they said it won't be possible to fly back home to ns with expired id. Just wondering if anyone has experience with this issue? Will they usually even check if it's expired? Tldr can I board a domestic flight with nothing but a expired dl and health card?
I'm 24, just graduated college and returned home. Back in August I got job offer overseas, not a dream job, but just a way to travel. I'm scheduled to start in January and planned on travelling abroad for the next two years or so.
Now I'm getting cold feet. I went to a movie with my mother the other night and started talking to this guy while in line. He was about my age and by himself, so I ended up sitting with him at the theater. We got along pretty well and had similar interests.
Afterwards my mother called me out for not properly introducing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061129 if you're going to rent out your apartment, be very careful to screen the renters. I've had multiple bad experiences with renters (including family) that ended up costing me more money in repairs and cleanup costs then I made in rent. Basically you want to make sure that if they damage your place or property that you will have viable recourse against them. Its one thing to have a piece of paper that says they owe you "X" amount of money, but its an entirely different matter to actually GET "X"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061129 Used it once over a holiday, renting family was super chill, because the grill that was coming to stay with me was there 2 days earlier, and they were going out of town, she just straight up left me the key and told me to come whenever since she wouldn't be around. Left their number if I needed assistance they had someone in the neighborhood who would lend a hand and they'd pay him later. As for renting my own place, never tried it. Proceed with caution, as the other anon said damages can be painful... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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