I have a dream, /trv/. My dream is to fly to America. Specifically, to eat. I've watched lot of clips on youtube of people in America eating massive meals that you can order in random restaurants throughout the US. There seems to be hundreds of places you can do it, here in Australia, there's hardly any. I've been following Randy Santel on youtube and watched a few Man vs Food episodes, I think it would be sick to do. My problem is that I don't know how I could begin setting something like this up. I think I should also do stuff other than just go and eat... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1060108 Ive always wanted to do a roadtrip and do all the foood challenges. unfortunately im broke unifag.
i would love to help you my friend but i dont think i can. what i can tell you is this
get on couchsurfing.com
lots of good people who like putting up random strangers (done this a few times, its pretty sweet and totally free)
United states is a very strange country to travel to because you can walk a few blocks in the wrong direction and end up in the fuckin murder capital... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Those big meals are an interesting novelty but you wouldn't want to do more than one a week. Hell, I wouldn't want to do more than one a month. Tbh, the portions in American restaurants are huge already even for me a Canadian.
If you do end up going to the States just pre-plan a few restaurants that serve big portions and visit them along the way. Just don't make this the focus of your trip.
>>1060108 The US is a big country. Decide where you want to fly to, and then research what foods/restaurants you want to try while you are in that city. Many different places have their own regional flares, or specific items they are known for, and deciding what you want to try most can help you.
My friends and I decided to do a Deep-dish pizza tour of Chicago, where we went to the different pizzerias and got a pizza from each place. We planned on going to 4 but we only finished 2 before we got full and had to take massive shits.
I am a UK citizen looking to take part in the IEC program.
I'm really confused about a few things, I've been trying for a while now but I can't seem to complete the questionnaire to determine if I am eligible to apply. I make it part way through and it tells me I am not eligible to come to Canada through the IEC program, and so I can't make my profile. For the last year I was under the impression that I met all of the criteria for taking part in IEC.
I'm really worried about this, I was hoping to use the program (as recommended by boarder... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1060107 Yeah I just checked the website and I get the same answer even though I answered the questions as a person from the UK who is eligible to apply for IEC would. I suggest contacting the high commission in London about it. The application process for a work-holiday should be easy, the one for Australia is just filling out the application directly, no questions asked.
Canadian immigration is kinda fucked up. As a citizen I get treated like a criminal almost every time I come back into this country.
Hey, /trv/. I'm a 26 year old American guy. I have a 4 year university degree, no university debt and about $20,000 in savings. Recently I've been interested in looking into doing some further studies in Europe. I don't have a set plan but am leaning toward a Master's in something Social Science-y. I am also open to to doing like a technical/trade qualification, though I don't know how viable and transferable the credential would be going back to the US when I finish?
I am most interested in going to: The UK, Nordic Countries/Scandinavia, Germany,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
OP, do your research on the universities and countries they're based in. Some countries in Europe have free education for all students but this is mostly for bachelor's degree. I think only Germany has free master's degree education for foreigners. In Sweden for example it's free for EU nationals but those outside have to pay. Now the prices are still much lower than what you'd pay in the US. The programs I looked at around 15-25k and the programs last 1 year only so if compared to the $50-100k masters degrees in the US, it's cheap and you'll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm going to London for a few days. I've been there a few times so I don't need to see all the landmarks again. Any tips for some great things to see? Best Christmas market? Best burger in town? Cool street art? Strip clubs? Anything!
It is not possible. Visas have to be obtained outside the UK. What are your qualifications? Basically you can get either student visa, skilled worker visa (employee sponsored), or a visa as a wealthy investor or for starting your own business in the UK.
Bummer. I'm a web developer with a degree in computer science and couple years experience. So the skilled worker visa shouldn't be too out of the question? It seems like companies don't really advertise if they're willing to sponsor. Maybe that means its uncommon for them to do so?
Also planning to go to Guatemala but in February. If you are gonna be based in the capital you can definitely visit Antigua and even the Atitlan lake quite easily. Also the Chichicastenango market on thursdays and sundays
Hey /trv/ I got a few questions and would love some advice. So I've been planning a trip to Europe for the past few months, which my buddy was gonna come with. Well he bailed today for what ever reason. The original plan was on Jan 28th we were going to Sweden to hit the northern lights and thenstay in stockholm for a 2 days. Then we'd go to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin and then London be in london on the 12th, where I have family.
My question is should I cut out amsterdam, Copenhagen and Berlin, after seeing the north lights and go straight to London? I haven't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I wouldn't advise you to cut them out of your trip unless you want to spend more time in London. Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Berlin are as good as London.
With the making friends bit, it depends on the type of hostel and the people there. I went to Berlin in June and stayed at small and cosy hostel. Everyone got on really well and i went out with the people I met a couple of times. In the opposite, I went to Stockholm in August and stayed in a very large hostel. No-one ever interacted and just sat in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059991 Lol Aussies are good company, made friends with some at EDC in Las Vegas this last year. My main concern is if there will be people in the hostels since I'll be going in winter time for my trip
Hey, I wanted to know what that is like? I'm 19 and going trough a marketing dec in canada. When I hit university I would be able to get a degree in esl. Was wondering how was that like? Teaching abroad? You have time to go places and all? Anybody has experience with that? I'm still young and thought that would be a wonderfull thing to do in my 20s...
I'm also interested in working abroad and teaching english was a thing that sprang to my mind. I don't speak english as my native language so is there any chances to get to teach english? And if so, which countrys are most likeable places to get a job from?
>How to carry money (wich bank should i choose).. if i'm from México. You should check with whatever bank you have and find out who their partner bank is. It's likely they have an agreement with a major US bank where you can use ATMs or talk with tellers for free. If not, choose a bank with international branches like Popular Community Bank, TD Bank, HSBC, etc.
>How much money should i bring with me in efective and electronic.. Keep your cash on hand as low as possible. ATMs are everywhere and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Is it really cold in Ohio? If you go in the winter, it definitely can be. It depends where in Ohio you go, though. In Cleveland, near Lake Erie, it'll be cold and snowy. In Cincinnati, it'll be a bit less cold and may not be snowy as long as it is up north.
>My US. VISA allows me to travel to Canada? Probably not, but check with whoever provides you the visa, just to be sure. This kind of thing used to happen, but since 9/11 the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059977 Unfortunately, the USA is actually the USM (United States of Mexico). You will have no problem finding a bank as a foreigner. I would google US banks and see what will allow foreign accounts OR visit your own bank in Mexico and ask about foreign currency withdrawals. A lot of banks here in the US have massive discounts or free services for Mexico since 40% of the country is now Mexican/Hispanic.
Yes, it is cold in Ohio currently.
No idea on the US VISA for Canada. I think the boarder has gotten tighter... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am currently working in China and the government is supporting World Language Week. A few years ago they began teaching World Language (Esperanto) in a few schools. There are children all over the newspapers, radios, and televsion. It's quite odd.
I looked it up on google and found this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5dEhATFcDs
Is Esperanto a good language to travel with if you already know English? Anyone ever heard of it? I am not sure why Beijing is pushing this on us. (I am in Shanghai)
I work in Beijing and nobody is learning it. It's more like a "meme" language because they are running out of ideas. Beinjingese like to teach odd stuff to their kids. 5 years ago they were crazy about billiard, every rich kid was learning how to play billiard.
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