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Criticize my plan.
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You're going to be bored out of your fucking mind from the start of Ohio to the end of Nebraska.
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>>1125650
Bored out of mind the second you leave philly, then once u hit chicago you will be a little more interested, then back to being bored until you hit western Nebraska
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>skipping denver
>skippinh the colorado rockies
>skipping yellowstone
>skipping northwestern montana
>skipping seattle and puget sound
>skipping portland
>skipping crater lake
>skipping san francisco
>skipping yosemite
>skiping the grand canyon

literally...
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I am a girl from Germany who will visit he states this summer, the country where my male online friend lives in. Known him for 2.5 years and have video skyped with him. I want to meet him irl for the first time when we are there, but he doesn't seem to want to meet me. The reasons? He thinks his family members will distrust me a lot because we met online and he doesn't want people to think that he was online dating me.

He is an 18-year-old who just graduated from high school when I will turn 20 soon. He doesn't seem to want to meet me (although he said...
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>>1125252
Is your name "Michael"?
He should come to you.
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>>1125257
I am a girl so my name is not Michael?
He cannot afford flying to Europe. He has never been outside of North America.
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>>1125257
Dont reply to this b8 thread, "she" posts it every week. Just sage, report and move on

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Hi. I am coming from Japan back to EU. I will touch in Turkey first; then land in Italy although I am from Austria. My passport is stapled with invoices from Japanese retailers because I was buying tax free.

Will I have to pay any additional tax once I come to Italy? Can I avoid it? What if I get rid of all these invoices once I land in Turkey?
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Nope as its schengen zone.
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Australia isn't part of the EU
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>>1130542
well meme'd

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Sup /trv/, Really want to learn to scuba dive but have no idea of what the best place is for this for me really. Im a White British and was wondering where the best place for it is? only mention this for language barriers etc Thanks!
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Maybe start with stating where the fuck on the planet you are? What a sad thread....
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>>1130464
A scuba diving school.
Use google.
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Go to your local dive shop and get your cert.

Concentrate on how to dive first before getting all worried about where you are going to go.

Places that are the best in the world... Indonesia ( Raja Ampat, Komodo, Lembeh Strait), Palau, Truk Lagoon, Fiji, Galapagos.

But seriously, get at least 20-40 dives in before you go to one of these places or you'll turn out on the news as some idiot diver dying. Some of these places have strong currents and noob diver will have a hard time fighting it.

Literally you if you make your try to dive at one of...
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I plan on backpacking eastern europe from october-january and just wanted to her from anyone who's done the trip before. The impression i seem to get is places like greece and cities such as varna, budva and hvar tend to be boring outside summer.

Im in my 20s and hope to meet like minded travellers at hostels up for a good time but dont know if they'll be there during this time of the year
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Ugh, friend. E. Europe gets snow during those months (realistically, December through March), so going to the beach (Varna, Bourgas, etc) in the middle of a blizzard can be boring, yes.

In Bulgaria, for winter we offer skiing and all other snow-related shenanigans.

Look up Pamporovo (chill, locals go there), Bansko (expensive af, the meme ski place in Bulgaria), Borovets (ez skiing for people from the capital (Sofia) who can take day trips there).

Rhodopa mountains are amazing to look at and stay during heavy snowfall, and I'm sure there's some...
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>>1130391
OP - I'll most likely be in bulgaria while its still autumn though. Pamporovo and Banksko still worth going to during then?
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Hey mate, nice dubs.

I would recommend the Pirin mountain region (Bansko) and Rhodopa mountain region, which is adjacent to Pirin (separated by the Mesta river). Seeing the Rila monastery is a must any time of year and golden autumn is no exception.

Attached is what to expect from Rhodopa region. Pirin is more rocky+lakes and mountain lodges. Should be a tad cheaper because it's off season (Ski Season 2015 kicked off on December 12 iirc).

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Just got done traveling the country over the past year. Hit all lower 48 states and 23 National Parks and a buncha National Forests, etc. etc. Money started dwindling so I had to settle down somewhere, and Boise is where I ended up.

Any Boise/Treasure Valley fags here have some suggestions of things to do, places to go, etc.? I've done some hiking around the area and have checked out a couple places, but I've been here a week now and need to get out and meet some people and check out the city. Suggestions are very welcome. The town seems pretty awesome and...
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>>1130267
wow that looka so beautiful. shame about the weather though
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>>1130274
What you mean? The weather is gonna be one of my fav things about this place. 4 true, distinct seasons. So much better than the southeast where I was living with the humidity and brutal heat for like 7 months of the year.
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>>1130277
Id rather enjoy hot summers than brutal winters to be honest. Enjoy the mountans and the view though

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hi there

i'm going to be moving to portland before the month is up. i have applied for some jobs and will continue to do so until i move, although i realize that's a long shot until i get there. currently in seattle though, so who knows. i am also looking for a room, but don't imagine that will be any easier to secure from miles away, so i was wondering if you guys had any recommendations on dirt cheap lodging options. preferably pet-friendly as i have a cat. i can try to arrange something else for him temporarily but would prefer to bring him with. i'm...
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I live in SE Portland, I may be able to help you out. My bf and I are trying to take a month-long road trip (appx. July 10-Aug 10th). We are looking to sublet our place for that month. It wouldn't be long term obviously but it would a hell of a lot cheaper than trying to find a place from Seattle, trust me trying to find ANYWHERE to live here is a nightmare. If you're interested maybe we can talk about it. We'd be totally cool with the cat situation.
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>>1130269
that would be great! do you want to skype me with more details? delitebrite
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>>1130290
just added you, I'm lucent_alchemy. fuck yeah x files!

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Someone know the town "Isla Vista" ?
Just next to UCSB (University of Santa Barbara).
I lived in this place but I return in France.

I will come back in US and I search cities like this one with party, girls, university mood ... Someone know a similar city ?
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there really isn't another town quite like it, at least not on the west coast.
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Really ? Not same town with the same vibes ?
To be honest, the beach is optional for me aha
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>>1130078
Not that I know of. Maybe look up a list of college party towns. I don't know if they have the same vibe though, a lot of their parties seem to be hosted by fraternities and such. idk.

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What's everyone's experience like with Turkish Airlines?

I'm flying with them from JFK to TLV with a 3 hour layover in IST. Is Turkish Airlines generally dependable, and will 3 hours give me more than enough time to get through all the security checks?
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>>1129868
Lufthansa employee here, i work with them every day, cocky assholes. But from FRA at least one can say they are dependable, expect nothing special, they will get you there safely and on time. 3h in IST is enough provided you have no major delays, in wich case you will be rebooked anyways.
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fly with them every second week. top service, very professional. you made a good choice, no problem on security checks. best european airline for a reason. please report back with your experiences when youre in tlv. have a nice flight :)
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I got through IST within an hour but I don't know if that was a very busy time or not

Got an cheap error fare to Tokyo, was able to reserve window seats both ways on the app, no bullshit, nice ride

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Hello travel Board! Next June i will be going to Koh Samui Island (Thailand), will be staying there for 23 days training and drinking. after that i will og from Surat-Thani by plane to Bangkok. when we arrive at Bangkok we will travel to Wat Bang Phra temple to get traditional tattoos and to give offerings (situated 50 minutes from Bangkok).
will also get tattooed in Bangkok but more personal designs etc.
after we spend one night there we will travel to Ho Chi Minh and stay for 5 days visiting old Vietcong Caves and shooting old guns from the Vietnam war. then we will...
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>>1129893
23 days for just Koh Samui, training camp With some MMA folks ;) then travel to Bangkok for tattos before going to Vietnam to meet old relatives and go Cave sightseeing and go to the gun range, then back to Bangkok to round up the trip With a little partying and a visit to a few gun ranges there aswell then home
if you are wondering about all the gun ranges then the answer is that we live in Norway so not alot of guns to shoot here LOL
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also we just made another thing, Train from Ho Chi Minh to Cambodia to stay for 2 days before THEN going back to Bangkok to stay for 2 days before going home. plane, Train or bus from Cambodia to Bangkok?
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>>1129841
We're the 2 other SEA generals not good enough for you to ask your question?

Hey guys i'm 20 years old from Australia. I want to backpack Europe in September for at least a month. Ideally i'd go with a mate but they are either busy or don't have money so i'm doing it by myself.

My question is, in your opinion what are the must sees and is there anything that is overrated and I should just skip it to save time?
I would love to see some incredible nature, and just really get outside and experience everything. I am not huge on the whole nightclub scene but any festivals or anything that sound appealing would be great.

Honestly...
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Forgot to mention I haven't left Australia other than a family holiday to Thailand a couple years ago. However I am heading to NZ/Samoa in 3 weeks
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Do you have at least a vague idea of the countries you want to visit?
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>>1129693
i'm from germany
i liked:
Berlin
Amsterdam
Belgrad
Cardiff
Strasbourg

Was dissapointed:
London
Paris

Litarally nothing to do what you cant do anywhere else in germany/france/netherlands:
Brussel

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Is there any way of doing the Iceland ring road trip on the cheap? If you've done it before, how much did you spend? Will cutting corners on prices just ruin the experience?
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>>1129668
yes, in March. Perfect time for northern lights. About 12 hours of sunlight. Everything is off season priced and like 80% less tourists.

You can rent a car that is turned into a sleeper car at e.g. www.campervaniceland.com

I don't remember how much I spent. The food and hotels are the most expensive things (after the car, duh), but if you sleep in the camper you can do the ring in like 8 days for about 1400 euro max.

But you need a car in Iceland, trust me. What you don't need is a jeep...
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>>1129708
1400 Euros for an 8 day trip sounds pretty expensive to me. If that's the cheapest it can be done then, hey, that's life, I just wonder if there's any way to do it cheaper. We're looking to go in July though, so I think either way, it'll be out of our budget - I've had a look at some rental prices for camper vans, and that alone would be too much this time round, I think.

What were your highlights of the trip? Is it definitely worth doing?
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>>1130143
Hey, if you do it in summer you have to add another 50-70%.

It IS worth it but you do have to do it on the shoulder season, the amount of idiot asians is already high then, but it can be worse.

Highlights: waterfalls, northern lights, volcanoes, geysers, seals, giant icecubes on the beach, being stranded in a snowstorm, being stuck in volcanic sand.

There aren't a lot of hiking options in Iceland, it doesn't have an extensive network of paths or trails.

Iceland is expensive, there's...
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EU citizen here, going to travel to Russia's Far East & China overland trough Ukraine/Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan. Is Eastern Ukraine safe enough to just pass trough there or had I better choose Belarus in this matter?
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>>1129158
lugansk and donesk provinces are not safe. (two in the south with border to russia)
the over 3 provinces should be safe

the road through belarus to moscow is better
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Belarus is by far more safe than Eastern Ukraine, that being said, going there is not impossible. However, you can't cross from the yellow on your map to the red, at least not legally from either a Ukrainian or Russian viewpoint. If illegally crossing an active frontline is your thing, then sure, go ahead. If not, go to Russia with a double entry visa, go down to Rostov-on-Don, cross into Eastern Ukraine and go to Donetsk and/or Lugansk, then go back. They say you should find someone there to meet you and accompany you, an Interpals-gf for example. A foreigner walking around...
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Okay, I see that there is some border near the grey region. I'm still more comfortable with going to Belarus, although I will have to pay for visa

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Have any of you guys done wwoofing?

Where you essentially work on a farm in a foreign country in exchange for food and lodging.

It seems like a pretty good way to travel on the cheap, and was interested in personal experiences.

Pic unrelated
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Yes! It is awesome. Definitely try it, but talk the host for bit first just to make sure they're cool
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>>1129089
Where did you stay?
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>>1129086
not OP but anyone done Workaway or Helpx?

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I am currently staying in rural Japan near Miyoshi, Hiroshima. This has been freaking me out lately, so are Suzumebachi common out here?
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>>1129050
Preferably, could someone with experience in them or living in Miyoshi tell me?
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>>1129050
Hey, I have little to no experience with them or living in Miyoshi or Japan more generally (to tell you the truth I don't even know what they are and have never even been to Japan). But I will say that they are common in Japan relative to other parts of the world and they are venomous (you are right to be freaked out). My suggested course of action would be to google it or to commit seppuku (Japanese cultural reference).
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>>1129050
>Suzumebachi

Is that even it's true form?

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Sup /int/

Long story short, my girlfriend and myself are planning on moving to Japan at the beginning of next year, primarily to tutor conversational English.

Basically, I'm curious as to how Japanese people, in general, react to foreigners. Any answers would be appreciated, be it from Japanese locals themselves or from anyone who's had similar experiences. Also, we'll be based in Osaka

Thanks guys.
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WAITO PIGGU GO HOMEU
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Please take it to the Japan thread in the future, but before people start posting a bunch of distorted or exaggerated nonsense, Japanese people generally treat foreigners with kindness and respect, at least outwardly. They are polite people who hate confrontation (avoiding or ignoring problems is something Japanese are good at) so you should have no problems, especially in a big place like Osaka that has a higher % of foreigners than the countryside or a small town..Japanese people also want foreigners to have a good impression of Japan while they are here so that when those...
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>>1128920
Please don't, just stay in the states, you won't regret it.

If I took this crazy flight do you think I could leave my bags in LA while I explored the city? Should I assume they'd be re-checked for me?
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>>1128810
...and is there much one can do in LA on foot for cheap in 24 hours?
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>>1128826
Do you like cars? They have a great car museum
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>>1128810
Go to Koreatown

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/b/ I went to Europe now I can't get high anymore... Anyone else know how to cure this?

Went to Amsterdam, bought a bunch of bud, then proceeded to go to Belgium, Luxembourg and finally to France where I rented a car and pretty much just smoked dank Amsterdam weed the entire time.

Now I come back to America and even though I smoke only the best West Coast hydro, I can't get high! I just get really lightheaded and feel like passing out.

What's the cure? Is my blood pressure fucked? Any /trv/estites know what I'm talking about and can give...
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>>1128702
Well now you know how shit your local weed actually is.
Your best bet is to lay off for a while.
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>/b/
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>>1128702
You just need to take a break, I'm living in France and it happens often. 1 week is good enough usually but after a couple days I'll start not feeling it again. I should take a longer break like 1 month but life is too shit to stop smoking currently

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I'll be in London for a full day this saturday. What should I do? It's my first time there.
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>>1128537
Tower of London is cool then pub lunch?

Cocktails at the shard?

Where you from?
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>>1128627
Holland.
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>>1128537
Walk from Parliament Square to Trafalgar Square then up The Mall to Buckingham Palace.

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Hey /trv/

My Girlfriend and I are planning a California to New York road trip for next year.

The plan is to buy some cheap and very American car in San Fransisco and then ship it back to Europe with us when we arrive in New York.

We're going to take our time and spend up to a month just driving all over the place and seeing all the sights, focusing mostly on the South.

Budget is roughly $20000 including car.

Does this sound like a good idea? is $20k enough money? what places should I definitely see or definitely avoid? I'd love comments thanks.
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5000 should cover your food, hotels and flight for a month by far. So yeah, 20000 is enough.
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Have you looked into the cost to ship a vehicle out of the states and licensing it in Europe? That aspect may be very expensive. Other than that, I think your plan is doable cost-wise, although it is difficult to get a vehicle insured in California if you don't have a US address. As long as you are 25 or older, renting is probably a better option. $1200 will get you a one way rental SF to NY.

Buy some camping gear when you get to SF and a National Park pass and you can have some incredible adventures. Too many places come to mind to list, but a month will go by really...
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I tried to use google maps to post a possible route but it wouldn't let me use all the places I wanted in one big route so I will just write them out.

>SF
>Redwood NP
>Yosemite
>Sequoia NP
>LA
>SD
>Grand Canyon
>Santa Fe, NM
>Dallas
>Houston

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One of you is a local person and the other one is a stranger. Explain him the way to an interesting local place.
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Ann Arbor is a hick city. No worth of living.
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come to stoke lad
get ur fill of pie and water
on your way out get more pie and water
leave with more pie and less water
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>>1128501
Stay at home moms love Ann Arbor, shut up!

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I have a long stopover in Hanoi, Vietnam with around 12 hours free.

What should I do?

I really would love to see some of the city, but do I have time?
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Do you have a visa?
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>>1128397
No, does everyone need one? I have a british passport
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>>1128429
There was a temporary visa exemption for UK citizens valid through... I think it's this month. Check your embassy website to see if it's still valid.

If not, visas on arrival can be procured, but you have to sign up for them in advance... Lots of online travel agents doing this with 24-48 hour turnaround. You get an approval letter that you hand in with your passport at the VOA window. Easy enough to do.

Assuming you either don't need or don't mind getting a visa, and that you've...
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Going to San Fran
>from Texas

What's the coolest thing to do there?
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sucking dick
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>>1128312
>nice
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haight and ashbury

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I'm gonna be out in the Raleigh/Apex/Cary area for a few days. Any places around there worth checking out? I'm hoping to find something a little on the urban explorer side.
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a few nice parks in the college area. thats all i can think of
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Yeah, I'm not sure, OP. Though i will throw in a plug for durham, which I visit every two months or so to see friends. It's much smaller than raleigh but has a pretty good restaurant and bar scene, a well known minor league baseball team, the really pretty duke campus and gardens, good local music, and some other cool stuff I'm sure. Have a good trip wherever you go.
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>>1128126
Museum in Raleigh has the only mounted Acrocanthosaurus skeleton n display anywhere in the world, if you are into that sort of thing.

They had gotten a grant to bid on acquiring Sue, the Tyrannosaurus now in the Field Museum, and got into a bidding war for that -- Field had deeper pockets, and there sat Raleigh with all this money and here comes somebody finding a decent and fairly complete Acro. Not as big as a T. rex, but still -- only one in the world.

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I'm in Spain via Workaway ATM.
Yesterday I wasn't feeling well and today I decided to have a day off, because fuck it.
Tonight my host came home and asked what I had been doing all day, so I said "Nothing". And she answered "You should do more."
I didn't answer, because I don't care. I'm here because I didn't want to stay home, not to work. I know this isn't the most righteous thing but it's my first day off after 15 days.

What do you think?

(I don't expect you to be kind, but whatever)
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OP here. I wasn't being that specific, I don't have a contract or things like that. It was more of a "fuck you host" post.
Plus, I decided not to eat this evening and they didn't ask me if I wanted to.
That's rude but who cares I guess
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Nah dude I just left barcelona after 5 days and that was 4 days and 14 hours to long , there were 9 hours that a did enjoy and that was mainly the beach and the sigrada Familia. So don't feel bad. Just do you. Ps.live mas haha

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Greetings fellow /trv/ellers!
I've come to the conclusion that travelling with a large backpack is not for me. I'm a photographer with a lot of seriously heavy gear in my photo backpack. Therefore, a second backpack for my clothes and other stuff is not exactly easy to handle.
I'm looking for a large (120L or more) suitcase for my future travels. Should be a hardshell case so any souvenirs I put inside don't easily break.
Wheels are a must. The lighter the better. Any suggestions?
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>>1128034
backpack desu
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>>1128034
Just get a 35L backpack and wash your 2 changes of clothes in the sink, you stupid faggot.
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>>1128034
Fuck you retard. I'm not a backpacker. I go full /out/ on my travels, so I need something to put camping & fishing gear in for the flight.

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Hey /trv/, first time poster. For my senior year in highschool, our french and Spanish classes are travelling to Peru. We're hitting Lima, Cuzco, Sacred Valley, and finally Machu Picchu over 7 days. I think the travel company is WorldStrides. Can anyone share some similar experiences? It'll be my first time out of the U.S.
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Ah, you're heading to Peru! Wonderful place, nice views. Especially from the top of Machu Picchu. For some cultural do's and don't's:

DO NOT carry around valuables or wear expensive jewelry.
DO NOT walk around shirtless. Dress informally.
DO NOT use "indio" or "indios" to refer to the natives. Those are considered derogatory to them.
DO NOT DRINK TAP WATER. Buy the bottled variant instead.
Here's a big one.
DO NOT, AND I MEAN DO NOT be offended by the word "Gringo" (foreigner; white person)

For...
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>>1127840
Reading for pleasure before going can enhance the fun of being in the place where those books were set. Go the library and order a few of these to peruse them properly before reading or buying one.
https://www.goodreads.com/places/4491-peru
I suggest Lost City of the Incas, since it's the travel document of the guy who discovered the ruins in the 50s. Three Letters from the Andes is also interesting. Sometimes seeing a country after someone else is enlightening, as travelers explore for different reasons...
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Afternoon guys, I have a quick question. I am wanting to travel and Ireland, I have traveled to 41 out of 50 states here in the U.S and I accomplished this by the age of 25. I am wanting to know how i could make this trip happen, what steps do I need to take and what do I need to do before hand ? Tips and advice from anyone who has traveled before will be greatly appreciated. I do have certifications here (EMT,) but I doubt they would carry over. Anyway, all advice and tips welcome, Thanks!
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Anyone?
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>>1127821
Your post is confusing. Are you looking to travel or live in Ireland? Two different things, of course.

You need to rent/own a car to see Ireland properly. Too many towns to cover that only have 1 day of sights, and the trains and buses aren't scheduled right for you. It should take 1 week for each hemisphere of the country, maybe 2-3 weeks for the whole country if you're luxuriously doing it all at once. Go at shoulder seasons and you should find the B&Bs lovely and quite affordable, though the...
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>>1127997
I want to live there and see the country for maybe a year or so. I got several skills that I have but I am sure I have to get recertifed to work in the EU or N. Ireland. Any suggestions on income? I'm all ears. Also, I was not aware that getting employed there would be so hard. Is it just because there is smalls town scattered everywhere?
I'll check that author out, I am trying to be there within six months =/

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I wanna travel to the USA and see the beautiful landscapes like Montana. Any tips which places i should go to and how much money i should take with me.
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Here we go...

Utah is a must, pretty much every national park there is pretty incredible and worth seeing.

Drive the Pacific Coast Highway.
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>>1127795
this is so gay and wrong

hey /trv/,

I'll be going to Rhodos for 1 week with my gf in july. Any tips on what we really shouldn't miss?
Also, does anybody know what the situation is regarding immigrants?
I know that there's quite a lot there, but does it really effect the tourist areas?
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>>1127295
Lindos and Rhodos City are prette nice. Falikraki has a lot of great beaches and there are some lonely beaches at the south of it. Faliraki itself is a typical tourist town, I think almost no Greek actually lives there. I also enjoyed driving through the Island there are lovely villages and beautiful nature on the way. Just take a shitton of water with you. If you want to eat something buy some fruits from Greeks you see on the way. Its cheap, they are poor so you are helping them and its fucking tasty. I bought one...
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>>1127370
thanks! will look into it. We'll be staying in Rhodos city. Is going out for diner cheap or expensive due to all the tourists?
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>>1128346
It depends. You can probably spend a lot of money on food if you eat at the usual tourist traps, but it was actually easy to find a cheap dinner.
On another note, half of russia seems to spend their freetime at Rhodos. It's quite bizarre to see russian shops on a Greek Isle. I spoke to some Greeks and they told me that it was the same with Germans in the 80's and 90's. So don't be suprised when someone starts speaking to you in Russian.


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