Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Burma. Think we'll leave Thailand out of this one as it always has dedicated threads already.
Tells me your SEA stories bros and travel tips, the best cities, the best place to find ladies of the night, the best place to find backpackers, the best noodle and food joints, mugging stories and crime tips, how to live cheaply etc
I've actually had campus security knock on my door because someone called them due to my snoring. Or maybe I was screaming in my sleep or something. The people that knocked didn't seem to sure of what to expect. Then laughed when they'd realised they had woken me up.
I'd like to travel to France, So let's have a France General
I have no clue where i should go, i'm sure i would end up at paris for atleast a few days but i'm more interested in seeing old medieval structures(castles , etc) and visiting a few villages like pic related
As a french i cannot recommend u Marseille, it´s not medieval at all. It´s mostly ghetto. I would recommend u blois (where i live, as u can find the famous "chambord castle", and some others cool castles) u should visit some small villages instead of famous ones if u want some medieval stuff. Paris is still cool , there is a lot to see.
Download wechat. If you are into clubbing my friend is a promoter there and can get you a table. Other than that go out and see the sights. Eat some weird street food and have some nice seafood at a rich restaurant. Go to the bund and see the sick skyline. If you go with your gf take the 100rmb boat ride. Its really beautiful at night and under $20. There's also a lake town thing south of Shanghai that you can take the bus to. Go on a weekday and it won't be crazy busy. Its got lots of tourist traps, but it is pretty cool. Downtown with city hall is nice to visit before going for dinner.
Move up north if you can. Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield are all worth a look. Good, friendly people, pretty cheap, good beer/nightlife. Birmingham's not too bad either and the second biggest city after London, and pretty cheap too.
On the job, if you have a small bit of experience then that will help. Go in to places, and approach and be confident. I know someone who moved over recently from Australia with little experience and he got a bar management job, so it can be done.
> not giving your small child benedryl before the flight. I had a short flight that would have been perfectly enjoyable turned into an infuriating experience because some cunt's princess could not refrain from yelling, screaming, kicking my seat, and disobeying her mother.
>>965624 A baby's eardrums are not the same as an adult's. I've heard that the pressure change that is common to air travel is extremely uncomfortable for a small child's eardrums. Stop being a fucking idiot. Babies cry on airplanes. Deal with it.
>>965631 Not him, but it still blows cock. I feel bad for the kid and parents in addition to myself. In light of never having the chance to fly before I was an adult, though, it could be considered a somewhat privileged position, not in the tumblr SJW sense.
Reposting from previous >>965360 >Free wifi is common in most hostels. Also there's free wifi at 7-11 and Starbucks. Also the hub chain of pubs has free wifi. Is the free wifi at 7-11 and Starbucks connect & go, or do they require you to sign up?
>>965376 I've never seen wifi without a portal sign in outside of a hotel in Japan. No idea about 7-11 stores since I never needed to use it, but I assume its like Family mart where you don't even have access to all of the internet. I know at the 7-11 owned Ito Yokado the internet is gimped.
>>964743 >Be in Budapest for Sziget festival 2008 >19 years old >After Saturday night of the festival (Saw The Killers I think, shit was cash) >Stumble into city centre with friends >To drunk to get into any clubs so head straight for the strip-joint >Only ones there, get the pick of the bunch of 10 or so 10/10 girls >Pick... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>London 2012 Olympics >18 years young, go with entire family but no friends >smoking cigarette by myself in Leicester square just people watching, bored >two Australian guys approach me asking if I know where to find MDMA >say no, have casual chit chat with them, they ask if I wanna go club hopping with them >fuck yes I do >end up at this really tiny place called "plastic people", great music tho >start grinding on this 10/10 chick that's like 12 years older than me >drunk as fuck, have balls of steel so I turn her around, grab her ass and start making out with her >bout 30 mins later Australian buddies have group of girls with them & ask if we wanna take it to their hotel room >fuck yes we do >take small British taxi to hotel, the girl i'm with is sitting on my lap giving me a hard on. >get to hotel room, begin trying to decide who fucks where >Australian dudes be like "sorry mate we get the beds" >mfw she tells me she's not fucking on the floor >bring her to bathroom and fuck her while i'm sitting on the toilet >most uncomfortable sex ever, took me about 30 mins to bust >at least she let me cum on her tits
never hung out with the Australian guys ever again but I still have them on Facebook...and that was one of the first times I got laid...thank you UK :3
>>964212 Familiarity breeds contempt. Fly over oceans, the fear will fade. Unless you have a honest to good mental problem at the phobia level, in which case you'll need to get some psych help, and good luck.
ITT: We say something good and something bad about our own cities that travelling anons might find useful/interesting. If you don't live in a very touristy city, just choose one near you.
I'll start >GOAT nightlife and very cheap for a euro capital, if you avoid the most evident tourist traps >Generally dead as fuck during the Summer and any long holidays as many locals leave to spend them somewhere else.
>>963402 >Ghent, Belgium Pretty like Bruges, but with half the tourists and a better nightlife, it truly is Belgiums hidden pearl. You could stay in Ghent and take a train to any other Belgian city when you get bored.
There's really nothing shitty about this city for a tourist, maybe the lack of cheap hotels, and there's only one youth hostel. Other than that I think the cities policy on cars is fucking shit, they tax the shit out of us and there's barely any parking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm looking for places to live or visit that can accommodate unconventional lifestyles, I'm thinking of bohemian type communities, preferably somewhere warm. I have heard of WOOFing which is different to this but similar, although I still want more options. I'm not very knowledgable on this, so any help would be appreciated TL;DR where to go if you are interested in living simply with like-minded peaceful people and don't want a conventional job
>>963375 I've collected some books which I am trying to draw from and I have traveled a lot in my own way.
I think there must be some underground communities in the USA which are all about Government Reform, Peace Movements, Anti Capitalism movements, anti-fraud. I hesitate to mention the name that came to me, but it is not my community at all. Maybe started from some old generation that liked Woodstock, Greatful Dead, Phychodelics, Liberalism. But also in Europe you see the Protesters against the G8, G7, G20 and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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