I'm getting tattooed in berlin the 26 and 27 of January. Thinking about staying in Berlin for 3-4 weeks. Is this too much? Unfortunately I'm going to be there in January/February so it's going to be pretty cold. Any suggestions? Should I do this or should I travel a bit through Europe?
>>1059138 >Thinking about staying in Berlin for 3-4 weeks. Is this too much? Prolly too much for any european city. So easy to move around, might as well add some different sized towns in Germany or head over to your other interests in europe.
I'm planning to go on a trip to Mexico City in march. Where do I get cheap flights from Germany? Is Air Iberia to be recommended? Any tips for picking a hotel? What should I avoid at all costs? Oh, and what should I definitly visit when I'm there? General tips are appreciated
>>1059069 >What should I avoid at all costs? Hail a taxi on the street, calling for a taxi, and using any public transportation. At. All. Use your hotel and the more expensive drivers and cars they have vetted. A local guide for the day to go around town would be a great idea if you are alone and the tall light skinned person.
Everything in a basic guidebook is indeed all the highlights. Where you want to stay depends on your restaurant desires, i'd say. The park has terrific museums,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello guys! Im visiting thailand in a month with my gf! We will stay there for 22 days! We will arrive in bangkok and then we think visiting chiang mai is a good option! after chiang mai( probably 3-4 days) we are going south but we cannot decide where to! Can you recommend me a good itinerary? We arrive and depart from bangkok! Also, What budget should we consider as "safe" ?
>>1058990 900 euro go to Chiang Rai and Pai instead of Chiang mai take a bus instead of train from bangkok - if you got money enough just take a plane its not that expensive
street food cost about 1 - 3 euro for good meals beer is 2 euro for 33 cl hostel are 3 - 20 euro / night
south i dont know , so much things to see and do everywhere in thailand als o, dont bring your girlfriend you'll have pussy enough there that will be 3400 times tighter than your girlfriend just leave her at... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059170 >beer is 2 euro for 33 cl In shitty bars on Khao San road? Seriously, I can't imagine how anyone can stay more than 10 seconds there without his eardrums exploding. >als o, dont bring your girlfriend >you'll have pussy enough there that will be 3400 times tighter than your girlfriend Good advice maybe if OP is 50+ years old, because nearly all entertainment in Thailand is oriented at this age group. If... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1058901 Wouldn't say they can 'fix' anything, but traveling alone is a decent way to figure out if you are a lost cause or not. If you have a decent time and maybe even have a conversation with a person versus curl up in fetal position and cry what ever inevitable issues arise from traveling.
>>1058901 I'd suggest booking a small tour with people your age or students if you're looking to meet people travelling and get some confidence. Experienced travelers often hate on them because they're often overpriced and fairly generic but it's hard not to get to know people on them. If you do a couple of those and don't make any friends or get to know people on them then you've probably got bigger issues.
Don't overthink it though, I've met some really reserved people abroad... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hey so Im canadian but i travel to america and stay for just under 6 months each time (180 days Im allowed to stay) this is the second 6 month period ive been here but Im wondering if thats okay to do-legally- because the first time i returned to my country i was just "stepping out" so i could come back in (I had no trouble coming back but I literally started a new life here) so as long as I'm not working in the US I should be fine to travel back without questioning or immigration shit?
>>1058878 You can be questioned for any reason, not even a good reason. Legally speaking, you can do as much time as you want in the US, it's Canada that is holding you back.
I think the biggest issue for you as a Canadian is loss of your ability to have your socialized medicine. I know it's what keeps the Florida snowbirds from living here year round. It's too big of a loss to lose one's insurance. Be careful about that.
American here. I've never ridden Amtrak. What are your thoughts on it?
I'm thinking about using two or three weeks this summer to travel around the US. I'm from Cincinnati and I think I would go across to San Diego, then up to the Pacific Northwest, then back around in some fashion, stopping and staying in various cities as I see fit. Is this financially feasible compared to flying? Will a good portion of the rides be scenic or will I just be staring at bushes and power lines?
TL;DR Is Amtrak good for a scenic, haphazard trip around the US?
You probably would want the 30 days option. Even if you aren't going that long, you will want more segments.
I just rode from Colorado-Sacramento-Vancouver. Really scenic, only real problem was a federal agent searched me in Reno, but I set off some flags (I'm Canadian, was riding it internationally and had bought my ticket the day of departure).
You could take the California Zephyr... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Are you worried that people will give you a dirty look or that you will be assaulted?
Big difference , you can go anywhere in the US and be safe from the second but in parts of the south you may get a few sneers. I would stay out of any place with crazy religions like the middle east or africa
I'm thinking of visiting Serbia and Bosnia for a few weeks in February. Staying at hostels mainly. Will I enjoy myself despite the cold, shorter days of February? Any advice or recommendations for a backpacking in those parts?
Did a few days in both these countries while on a larger tour from Budapest to Dubrovnik. Did a single night in Belgrade, the citadel and Zemun are nice places to visit there and Sundays in the city are free public transport because apparently conductors don't work on Sundays. A few people recommended visiting a restaurant that for some reason I remember being called either "?" or "!" it was nice traditional food but your standard tourist trap, i'm sure nicer places are around.
I then went onto Sarajevo. The nightlife here is cool. Spent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Throughout the next few years I intend to travel to a great number of places. Im in need of a quality bag for a fair price. Preferably under 60 dollars. Could you recommend any? What do you travel with?
$60 won't buy you a pack that'll last a few years of rugged abuse so you can either buy a cheap piece of shit and replace it a few times or you can spend a couple hundred and have it last. Some features you want:
Hip/sternum strap Internal frame Buckle closure (not zips) Rain cover (can buy one separate but best to have it included) Large size (70-80 liters depending what you'll pack) Decent back ventilation Plenty of tension straps Adjustable back length Relatively lightweight
Check an /out/ pack thread for specific recommendations
I'm a Law student in the UK. I know that everyone wants to secure a job after graduation, but I'm pretty much the opposite. My dream is to be a backpacker and to see the world. Working as an ESL teacher really appeals to me. I know that if I managed to secure a job after graduation, I will be too scared to give it up/the sacrifice of giving up a law job is too big. Nobody will give up a law job and doing so will only make me look like an idiot.
Sorry, but yes. Anyway, being an ESL teacher is hardly anything to aspire to -- pay, hours, and long-term prospects are all bad. Why not specialize in some area of law that pays well and affords an opportunity of international business travel? It's the smarter thing to do and, if you end up hating it, you can always quit and become the backpacking bum of your dreams.
Sonn i will make a small roadtrip from LA to vegas, death valles, yosemite, Reno, SF, back to LA. Any tips and tricks? things to see, things to avoid? im from the netherlands and got my english from southpark, family guy and other stuff. Is there a good shooting range in the middle of the desert where i can shoot full auto? I found some in Vegas but they are all indoor. Ill be travelling in the first 2 weeks of january
>>1058584 Your order is wrong and this IS NOT the time of the year to make this trip. >L.A. - Death Valley - Vegas - Reno - S.F. - Yosemite - LA. You can also skip Reno unless you want to ski, and even then you can go to Mammoth instead. All your gambling and whoring needs are better served by Vegas. And I say that as someone who lives less than a mile from the Reno arch.
Can anyone recommend some plastic surgeons abroad ? I was hoping to get the surgery done locally but $8500 is a bit goddamn much for me. I've also never been out of the country before so this would be killing two birds with one stone for me. I was aiming for something under 3k total. Sorry if this isn't the right board , I was torn between /fit/ and here.
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