Off to Oslo on Thursday night, will be staying until Monday afternoon. Can anyone recommend some things to do other than viking ship museum? Going to see two metal shows on saturday and sunday night, any good metal bars/shops and general interesting history/sightseeing/nature?
Rock in, Kniven are good rock/metal bars. Neseblod records in Schweigaardsgate is a historically interesting metal shop. The folk museum (folkemuseet) might be interesting, Vigeland park is obligatory place to visit. Stay aaway from Karl johans gate (Except rock in in a side street) rather go to youngstorget/torggata and Grunerlokka.
How is living in mexico? My grandma inhereted me a small house in mexico a couple of years ago. Its in Guadalajara. I have never been to mexico so i dont know shit works there. Im from oregon, Im white, and i dont speak spanish.
What can i expect if i move there? I want go there for a couple of months and try out first. I have like 15k dollars to blow, how long do you mexicans thinks that can last for?
It's a beautiful life, never been to Guadalajara but it's sypposed to be a lot like here (Monterrey), carefree people, close family abd friends, amazing food, shittons to do around the country, and if you know where to stay out of you'll hardly run into crime. I imagine crime is a lot like in the US actually, unless you go to border territory.
I am a male-to-female transgender person and I would for somebody to relocate somewhere in the world with my soon to be husband where we could live in isolation yet not completely cut off from civilization. Our dream is to find somewhere we could live in peace and find peace within nature. We want to grow our own food and supply our own electricity. We want to form our own band or tribe as we have a few close personal friends interested in joining us.
Where would a good place be to accomplish this? I heard Canada somewhere between the frozen Inuit lands and the metropolitan... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1180816 Also, I'm sorry for bring my gender identity into this, but I figured I might as well as this may become a factor in where we relocate to. I heard Canada doesn't really have that much of a problem, but nothing is set in stone yet according to location. In the first line of my initial post I meant to say my soon to be husband and I. The word arrangement got a little messed up.
I'm thinking of falling for the meme. I'm worried about how permanent of a lifestyle it is. It seems most people just do it for a couple years.
A few more direct questions. 1.is it possible to earn a degree online while teaching abroad(say in accounting or something) 2.I know some countries require a degree to teach, does it have to be a teaching degree? 3.does anyone have experience with India, Any of the Gulf states, Russia, or the Maghreb
>>1174657 >1.is it possible to earn a degree online while teaching abroad(say in accounting or something) Well in theory, yes of course, why wouldn't it be... But you'll have to pay fees and study >2.I know some countries require a degree to teach, does it have to be a teaching degree? No, definitely not. A teaching degree is an advantage in places where they actually give a fuck but usually not a requirement. As in most industries experience is the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can I get into the EPIK programme if I'm not from an English-speaking country? I will have an MA in English language and Culture from a great uni and a CELTA degree by the time I'm done with everything though. Any tips? Also, is ESL in Malaysia any good? I'm just orientating myself atm.
Don't usually see one of these so I thought I'd make one. So in two weeks, I'll be traveling to Uttar Pradesh, namely Delhi then to Saharanpur and probably other touristy places in the golden triangle.
What am I to expect? Reasons for traveling is my name was a half anglo from Saharanpur and by the google images, it looks like a shithole. I'm very much into culture so I dislike gentrified places, so what actions should I take to ensure safety?
Traveling with 3 women in their 40s - 50s, 3 men and my gf (in our 20s).
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I live in the United States and I'm not in the Christmas spirit this year. I wish to take a trip over Christmas and New Years instead of being at home listening to a dated Mariah Carey song. Has anyone experienced traveling over Christmas? Where may I go?
So I'm probably gonna leave the US next spring and just waddle around Europe(Germany, France, idk) and maybe Turkey (Istanbul) or Egypt (Cairo). I have very little money and have no idea what I'm doing. Has anyone here done anything like this?
>>1183186 I did it in Peru then had to go back home after a month because I also had very little money. The more you save, the longer you can travel and you have plenty of time to save 1-2k at least. Keep in mind where you're planning to go is more expensive than Peru (not sure about costs in Cairo desu)
So arriving at Manchester ( UK ) airport on a weekday lunchtime in January by train. With 72 minutes before boarding for a European flight with Norwegian and only hand luggage.
I've never waited more than 30 minutes through security at any airport, but I've never been by Manchester before. So my questions are in two parts.
Norwegian say that the boarding gate closes 30 minutes(!!!) before departure, which to me is rather extreme. Can I assume this is not actually the case and that I could quite easily roll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
yeah i fly out of manchester whenever i go abroad and its nearly always a breeze, and that's usually in holiday season. i flew with norwegian recently and they sent me my boarding pass via email straight after the online check in, but if you're using a phone pass then yeah im sure that will work, manchester is a pretty modern airport
>Norwegian say that the boarding gate closes 30 minutes(!!!) before departure
Standard procedure. If everything goes by the books, this will be true, so don't doodle with it.
>Norwegian say that you can do online checkin and they'll send you an SMS with your boarding pass 2 hours before departure which you can use on your phone, and that it's not possible to do like Ryanair and print your boarding pass out at home ( which would be much easier ). Has anybody used this system, does it work? Do... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm graduating from university next semester, and having spent my entire life in Wisconsin (I've traveled abroad considerably, but have only ever lived here) I'd like to move somewhere else in the US or Canada for a few years. I love WI and could potentially see myself returning, but I need to get out for a while. Here is some criteria: >Snow-filled winters I love the winter, and the snow especially. I also enjoy autumn and having all four seasons. >Close proximity to mountains/foothills and forest I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You can't afford to live in Portland unless you have a trust fund. It is a cool city with an easy vibe and many breweries but it's barely a Maine city. Really all it does functionally is propose liberal referendums that the state shoots down. Occasionally talk of splitting from the rest of the state.
Which of these 3 countries would be least likely to kick me out for "overstaying" my duration? I am learning Mandarin and would really like to stay a long time in one even though HK is mostly Cantonese, most know Mandarin.
Sup /trv/, after much musing I'm considering going travelling, as all my friends are doing it and I've never really done it before. I've always wanted to go to Canada, but it's not exactly where I would consider a place to "go travelling", like it's not what people most think of when going travelling. I guess I want to go there because I have a friend from there, it looks nice, and because I haven't done much I'd like to start off somewhere pretty easy as a UKfag. I've got £2k in savings, and a credit card with £4k, so I feel... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey OP, if you like nature, the West Coast is pretty top notch especially in BC. Plenty of amazing hikes and parks. Banff and Jasper are some incredibly scenic parks in Alberta that I'd recommend. As far as cities go Montreal is a ton of fun in my experience and has plenty of things to do year round as well as a super vibrant nightlife if that's your thing. Toronto might be your best bet when it comes to visiting museums.
The thing to do with Canada is choose a section and visit--don't try to see most or all of the country, as it's too big. Airfare within Canada is also not as cheap as in Europe.
A lot of Brits I know have flown to Calgary, rented a car, driven through the mountains to Vancouver, and flying back from there. It's a long drive, and since it's a new place, you might want to break it into 3 or 4 days.
The Rockies are amazing, and there are at least 4 National Parks that you will enjoy. I'd suggest staying a night in Jasper rather than Banff... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1182581 >top island Kek, prepare for utter disappointment. Ignore the complete shithole that is east coast of South Island also. Visit Fiordland, West Coast, Marlborough Sounds, and Southern Alps. You'll have the experience of a lifetime.
>>1182528 If it's in december the Christmas Market is pretty large and cool, drink some Glühwein and stroll around. It has a few sights and some night life but else it's just your ordinary medium sized city in germany.
The VFB Stuttgart actually plays in the Second League so if that's good enough it should be easy to get some tickets to a game. Else you got a large number of Bundesliga clubs in a radius of 1-4h by train.
The surrounding area has some cool stuff as you're not far away from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am going to visit Rome for 4 days with some lads and i wanna ask some.fellow Italians or someone who have visited Rome before. What to visit? Where to go at night, what to i must expect, some good suggestion on food where to.eat for example. So any suggestions?
>>1182362 I broke up with my long term girlfriend, and this happened after a long span of unemployment.
I went to my psychiatrist and he diagnosed me with MDD, and I am a red flag for schizophrenia since it runs in the family (my mother). As you can imagine, I have grown apart from my friends because of all this.
I have no siblings or other family, and everything at home reminds me of pain.
I'm well aware I have it better than most but it's enough to make me wake up each morning wanting to scream. Have I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've spend one year in school for electrical engineering, and transferred to study Ag. Business. I only chose to study Ag Business because I college rodeo. I have been riding bucking horses for a few years and spend a lot of time driving and traveling to rodeos in the western US. I have recently decided I want to quit college and travel. Not just the US, but to Europe and Asia. I will most likely finish my engineering degree in the future. As of now; I just need to live while I'm young. So to get to the point, I am curious. What are some of the trades, hobbies,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I'm thinking about the same thing at the moment, the only difference is I'm a chef, so while I can work pretty much anywhere, I can't really get around the world very fast, working for shorter than 3 months in a place isn't really an option as a chef.
So what I figured out is that I should work somewhere in a high pay country (Swizerland, Austria, Australia etc.) for half a year during tourist season. Most hotels don't require you find your own accommodation and let stay in the hotel for the 5 months or so, that you work for them, meaning you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Where should I go? Where would you go? Next April I've got a measly two weeks, not counting travel time, to simply go to Europe, sit back and enjoy my youth. Total freedom to choose has left me paralyzed, however. I'll be hitchhiking and stealth camping. My first priority is finding somewhere with good hiking/nature. Friendly villages and good food a bonus. I don't care about cities. Some possibilities that have occurred to me: -Fuck around the Loire Valley -Do something more serious in the French Pyrenees -Climb Mt Olympus in Greece -Find... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Take like 100 euro to be able to return home if something happens or if you're starving (asking people who pick a hitchhiker up for food is bad if you are not that poor). Also I enjoyed Czech Republic and would like to go to the Balkans.
Get seasonal work/bar work/ labouring etc. I was able to get work via the hostels I stay in, they work like a job agenties.
Hitching is was easy mode when I was there. Some long waits but it's free transport.
Most hostels have kitchens you can cook in. Some let you stay for free but you do chores like cleaning and stuff. I slept rough a few nights. Just avoid South Auckland when doing that. Look on local Craigslist for a tent .
Any other questions? I check... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hey, looks like i will be in seattle for 5 days, including christmas. im going because my gf is a flightattendant and on christmas i can go with her for free (hotel and business class flight) so i will take the chance since i never been to the states. i knew there where some threads about seattle but i never read them.. sorry. two main questions: how about the mary j? can i legally buy it there just like alcohol or do i need a medical paper? and what else can we do in seattle? we wouldnt mind renting a car. thx
>>1181695 Never been to the city proper, but I've skied the area. Anyone over 21 can buy weed. Since you're there for 5 days I'd strongly recommend stevens pass or any of the other mountain areas, you can rent snowshoes pretty inexpensively and see some alpine lakes and mountains about an hour from Seattle. Have fun anon
I'd rent a car. There just isn't that much to do in the downtown area. I would venture out and see some of what they have to offer outdoors. As far as cities go, it's not much. You'll realize this after you go to Pike Place and come away disappointed.
I've got 9.5 days from thanksgiving weekend on to make a trip to some proper mountains, just me and my girl. We've got a sedan, all the outdoors gear we need, spry bodies and a can-do attitude. I'd like to make a somewhat circular trip, minimizing using the same roads twice. If you have anything to recommend we see, I'd love to hear it. All we want is to spend 2, maybe 3 days in the Grand Tetons/Yellowstone. The rest is open for suggestions!
>>1181386 Swing through Colorado on your way up. My girl and I went last summer for a week and loved every second of it. We started in Colorado Springs for a few nights then out to Salida. Once you get past the front range, the drive is amazing. Would be a good precursor to the Tetons.
What's the biggest adventure you guys have been on? Stories, advice, complaints? I'm currently planning a ~100 day backpacking trip through western Europe and would love to hear some inspiration from others who have done similar feats.
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