>>1076277 My friend had an agreement with his employer in the UK to work 3 days onsite and 2 days remote. He lived in Poland and then France, Germany, Italy for 4 out of 7 days a week. It was amazing, I visited him at Poland - awesome place and he paid like 10-20 pound for the tickets.
>>1076277 I do 2 day trips all the time. Doing it in one day is usually more stress than fun unless you can get the first flight out departing not later than 7:00 and return with a flight that won't depart before 21:30.
Hostels or a Ibis room for a night are usually around 30€ so it won't add much to the bill and you can enjoy a nice dinner in the evening and get a taste of the nightlife.
>>1076206 I'm about to leave Australia, one of the reasons being how difficult it is to get employment here. There are many other reasons. This country is totally shit and it's government would have been laughed at in the 40s, don't come here. You will regret it.
I'm in Australia with my WHV. It's not the eldorado,at some place find a work must very very hard (all the east coast).
I'm in Perth now I just found a work in a cattle station(free food/accomodation and 100$ per day) for at least 3mounth (or more if I want to). My advice is fligth to Western Australia or Northern Territory (Darwin).
After it's depend on your english (where you from anon ?).
Last thing in July every backpackers will be taxe 32%for each dollar. Before if you worked 6mounth you were a resident not anymore so it'll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Moving from Chicago to Fort Collins in June and me and the gf aren't renting a moving truck. I drive a small car so we are really downsizing and throwing everything away beforehand, which is okay since all we own is fucking trash. We're planning on renting a small Uhaul trailer for some of the larger things that don't fit into the back of a small hatchback.
As for renting an apartment before hand, you have to call and ask around if they'll accept applications from someone so far away. Depending on the location... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I have up to 12 days and $6000 to spend in a foreign country. I am 18/m from US and will be spending a month in Kazakhstan. After that I can fly anywhere I want and really enjoy myself (though distance should be noted considering I have limited time). So I'm not interested in prostitutes (I feel inclined to note this considering so many on this board are) though I'm up for anything else. All I want to do is have a ton of fun and money really isn't a problem. I'm up for outdoors activities or eating or partying (though I don't look rich and I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Well I was travelling through India for 4 months. I understand you about that: me and my bro wasn't weren't interested in hookers as well. We mostly wanted to experience culture and learn about it.
In touristic cities described in guidebooks you will always find some guesthouses full of backpackers. They are mostly opened people willing to talk, to exchange views, listen to stories from former travels. I loved that! Locals love white people. In the beginning it was nice (everybody wants to have photo with you) but later I realized... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How's this country? I rarely hear of people visiting it. I have always been interested in MENA countries, particularly ones around the Maghreb part of Africa (namely North Morocco, Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia). I'm curious about visiting this obscure little country Algeria. How will a 18 year old girl like me do there ? Is it safe? What can I do?
And most importantly.. are there QT boys to ogle at?
You see on the internet all the time in articles and impressions from travelers that it is relatively inexpensive to travel most places around the world.
Can someone experienced travelers confirm whether this is true or not?
I, like many people, have never internationally traveled because I always assumed it was expensive. Thousands for a plane ticket and hundreds to eat and just do basic activities within the culture. I'm aware that you can travel to many places around the world on the cheap. But there is a huge difference between "traveling" and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Basically, what I'm asking is whether my idea of travel is similar to what people say when they claim "international travel is so cheap! It's so easy to visit anywhere you want in the world on a dime?". Or do they mean "You can travel internationally with barely any money, as long as you pinch every penny by flying at 3am in the morning on a shady airline, couch surfing with strangers so you don't have to pay rent or meals, eating meat and cheese sandwiches 3 meals a day with water and only doing activities that don't cost money... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The impression I get from /trv/ is of a bunch of penny-pinching NEETs who are losers in their own country but expect to be worshiped as exotic and intriguing species when they travel abroad. Hence all the questions about fucking Asian ladyboys and which country has the easiest girls.
Then you have the meme-tier posts about "how can I earn money while traveling" where the insufferable ESL autists and delusional blogger faggots like to chime in with their wisdom. Funny how they're always on 4chan on a Saturday night instead of enjoying the superior culture... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I will be spending summer 2016 in Kyrgyzstan learning Russian, and this will end 10 days before university starts again. Where should I fly to while I'm on that side of the globe? The only limitation I have is that I can't take multiple flights (like visiting 5 cities in a short span of time). At the most I can visit 2 cities (like Istanbul and Rome, for example).
What is the best place to go? I can stay in Kyrgyzstan and just see various tourism destinations in the country, which include skiing, trekking, and visiting bazaars.
>>1076129 Yeah I always thought that Canada seems a little boring and not worth it considering the cost but now it's looking a lot more attractive. If the rates get any better I'll just say fuck off to Israel and go skiing in Alberta.
For all the Mexicans who complain about the cost of coming to the US, have you ever considered Russia? >1 Mexican Peso equals 4.18 Russian Ruble
I (m,23) want to travel to sweden with a group of boyscouts. ages will be like 14-whatever. I once have been to tiveden for 2 weeks and enjoyed the countryside very much. As we are going to hike, I'd like to ask you some questions:
what are desireble places to visit? we start in germany, will travel then to sweden either by train or train+ferry. we are looking for beautiful landscapes, loads of forest and some civilisation to buy food ;)
is camping in regular forests legal / will it get us into problems? we most likely will have campfires... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
for camping/fire google allemansrätten (doesnt apply to national parks though).
campfires are not generally forbidden, it depends on the forest-fire-danger.
camping for groups on private land requires permition of the owner, if you are alone you can camp everywhere as long as its not in sight of a house.
As for destinations there are just so many to choose from, depends on whether you want to hike completely through the wilderness or on an established trail http://www.visitsweden.com/sweden/Things-to-do/Adventure--Sports/Hiking/
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This evening i found this video with some "classical" iranian music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dv_iUYV9uIg It's mostly just a guitarist playing and some singers joining in later on. But it got me interested and i want to know about the security of travelling in near east. Can someone give me a resource i could read up regarding travelling in near east? Pictures of Teheran with the Damavand in the background are really fascinating.
>>1076051 I've never been to Iran but everyone who has gets super passionate about what a great place it is, and super pissed at any ideas to the contrary. And I do mean everyone; I don't think it's possible to find a single negative review of travel to Iran. Even Rick Steves loved it. And Iran's in the Middle East.
I've been to Iran. Loved it. You should go, everyone should go. But I hope you're not American, OP. Americans need guides accompanying them. I brought the lonely planet phrasebook with me. Really helped me out a lot. If you have any questions just ask.
>>1076096 I'm just worried about its security. I'm probably wrong tho, i just looked at the map again and realised iraq is inbetween iran and syria so it's probably not any more dangerous than visiting turkey or egypt can you name some places to go? just some names i can throw at google
>Get stationed in Germany >Everyone I know in the states gushes about how Europeans have such amazing train systems, and how traveling around Europe by train is going to be so cheap and easy >Check out prices for train tickets for two people >Frankfurt to Brussels >by train: 5 hours, 200 euros >by plane: 1.5 hours, 220 euros >by car: 4 hours, roughly 80 euros... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Well trains aren't cheap in Germany. Flights are cheap if you choose the right airline and book at the right time. Taking the expensive fast trains of course is expensive. A cheaper way of traveling is using buses. I just checked and I can get from Hamburg to Paris for example (3x the distance) for 80 Euro for 2 people (by plane)
>>1076022 You definitely did something wrong, stupid burgerclap. I've done that exact route several times when my then-gf was doing an internship in Brussels (hurr durr cuckjokes go here). It always took 3.5 hours, and though I don't recall exact prices now several years later, I know never paid more than 80-90€ or so one way, and that's for peak hours. I can clearly recall paying in the 40-60€ range a few times.
You booked at the last minute, and chose a shitty connection.
>>1076032 I literally go to bahn.de, query tickets a month out, and go for the cheapest thing they have, which is usually 1.5x longer than the more expensive routes. Let me know if there's a better way to do it.
I did the same to go from Wiesbaden to Strasbourg (210 km) and back. It cost me 50 euros, and would have cost me 30 more but I got a "discount" by opting to depart at something like 5 in the goddamn morning.
I recently lost my job, but found another one. I start Feb. 15th. With this unexpected time off, I want to do some /trv/ling. I'm thinking Peru to visit pic related. I also want to take part in an ayahusca ceremony retreat.
Here's my question(s). This time off is unexpected, and I now don't have health insurance (until I start the new job). So, I'm wondering if I"ll be OK going without getting vaccanations.
I really don't know what my history of shots is. I can't really look into it, because I pretty much never... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>So, I'm wondering if I"ll be OK going without getting vaccanations. ...yes. People don't usually vaccinate before a trip.
>Is it insane to just risk it and go? Its not a risk. The worse it will probably happen is you getting food poisoning and shitting in your pants for a few days. Other than that, its really rare to contract anything else
>It looks like the tap water isn't safe. Am I supposed to just buy bottled water everywhere? Depends on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1076045 Yeah, thanks. IDK, it just seems like one CamelBak's worht of water isn't going to always be enough. If I were to hike the Inca trail, how am I going to get more?
I suppose in that case, you just have to load up with a couple day's worth. I'd just love to hear from someone who's trotted around the jungle and cities of Peru (or elsewhere in South America) to see how they managed.
Okay so I decided I want to move to a ski town next season to focus on riding for a while. I never moved out of state and I'm curious about which resort out west would be the best for me to look into. I have experience waiting tables so finding a job shouldn't be a problem, but I'm trying not to break the bank while moving out there. Preferable I would like to live in a actual town at the base of the mouton, do you guys have any advice for me?
I worked ski patrol two seasons at a resort on Mt. Hood in oregon. I'll tell you right off the bat, if you're looking for a big mountain with lots of terrain and great snow this probably isn't the place for you. However if you're a park rat the crews up here keep the parks well maintained and switch it up often.
There's 3 main hills up here. Skibowl is the smallest but it's right in town and has the most night time terrain in the country. Timberline is a little further up the mountain, lots of good parks but a little flat. Skibowl and Timberline... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
This if you want great skiing without being too expensive. Bozeman is awesome because it's very cheap to live there and it's not super small. Plus there's tons of other shit to do when it's not winter. It's not right at the base of a mountain, but you're less than 30 minutes away from Bridger Bowl. And you've got Big Sky (better skiing) about an hour away. Big Sky is a nice place to live but it's much more expensive. However I have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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