>>1133664 it's because of the Earth's rotation, something you may have learned about if you weren't a dumb American. If you're going from Europe the planes can just be suspended in the air and have the Earth rotate underneath until the plane is over America. This method obviously uses much less fuel and therefore is cheaper.
Whatsup /trv/ I got 13 months free that I can and will spend in Australia and New Zealand.
Starting out in New Zealand in november and I have to leave Australia in december 2017. My question is, how many months for each country? I'm combining working with travelling. I have to enter australia before 20th june of 2017 but I am considering going there earlier. NZ isn't THAT big to spend half a year there?
I take it the weather in New Zealand gets bad in april? So, NZ november-march and then Australia April-december?
I hear Berlin is the best place in Europe right now for musicians and artists, and I am a musician/artist so I'm going to go check it out during the summer. I hear the east of the city is known for it's creative vibe
>Where's the best place for a creative to stay? >Where's the best places for music/art? >How do I get involved with my music/art? >How do I find raves?
Is there any cheap/less expensive way to fly to South America?
I'd like to go down to Argentina and check it out. Based on some research it seems like I could have a great time without spending too much money... except on airfare, which is a fucking arm and a leg. I've used discount services but the ticket prices still seem to be outrageous. Is there anything I can do?
>>1134998 6 months purely in Alaska? Not saying don't do it, but I'll ask... why 6 months? Alaska is nice in its way, but not very diverse. You get just as much of the full experience in 1 month as in six. Only difference maybe being mosquito and midnight season or snow and eternal night season. If you like fishing, hunting, shitting in the woods and pretending to be Bear Grylls, you'll have a blast.
I guess it's the total opposite of Netherlands... huge, rough terrain, mountains, relatively few people,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1135022 I love to walk trough and see the nature as it is suposed to be, in the netherlands you can't find a single spot where humans didn't change a thing. Also it is to busy for me here i think, people are everywhere. I think it would be awesome to spend half a year exploring Alaska! Maybe split and spend some time in canada as well. Meet some new people, stuff like that
If I remember correctly, the crowds die down as you you move away from the line between the train station and St. Mark's Square. So try walking east, past the arsenal, to the tip of the island cluster. Or try, as much as possible given the available bridges, to walk the perimeter of the city.
>>1134953 Thanks, we are trying to go out by the Basilica and Doges palace around 9-10 pm so we can properly see that area. Any specific recommendations for the day though? Tomorrow is our last day and we want to make the most of it.
Me and my girlfriend are road tripping from Cabada into the America in October. We're seeing all of the landmarks, cities and doing the goofy touristy stuff like Area 51. Coast to coast.
I have some questions for you.
>where can we see the most wild animals and critters?
We love things like swamps, tide-pools, insects, salamanders, fish.. All the strange little weird stuff. We've never been to the ocean much so we're hoping to see some bigger, exciting stuff too! There's not a lot in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Area 51 isnt touristy, it's a military base that you can't access unless you want a bullet in your skull.
The southwest usa is an awesome place with shitloads of national parks. Go down from Yellowstone to utah, arizona and Socal.
You have sites like Weirdusa, california through my lens and roadtrippers for roadside attractions. A lot of abandoned stuff along route 66 is cool, but the actual route isn't. It's an old road with the quality of a romanian... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Be firm but nice to people on the streets, I never have a problem with street sellers and hustlers, a simple smile and "no thanks" without breaking your stride is enough, don't slow down or stop because they'll be all over you in an instant.
Thailand and Vietnam has western type stores like boots and supermarkets that you can buy most stuff from, again it's the man on the street where you'll get whitey price, kiosks and street vendors, having said that I would honestly say don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1134679 In Thailand I find that if a Thai person comes up to you and starts talking in English, there is a good chance it's a scam. Sure, go with him and get laid, but he is going to get a huge commission that you are paying for. Again in Thailand, if you count want to pay whitey prices, don't stay where all the other tourists are. Stay on KSR get Whitey prices. Be original.
Crime, I had a camera stolen in Indonesia because I am a fucking idiot. I was in a rough spot at the time and allowed myself to be... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>I am from Canada >Was offered the opportunity to study German for two weeks in Germany by my uni >Uni pays for host family expenses >Super nice German teacher who has taught me before at uni is our tour guide and she takes care of us >I bought a box of biscuit which cost around €6 in Canada >Host family experience is very different to my previous experiences >They... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I see. That is difficult then. I was able to at least ask some basic questions when I went abroad.
Here is the German (very simple):
Warum nehmen sie so viele Gaststudenten auf? - Why do you host so many students? or Berherbergen sie viele Studenten geschäftlich oder für den Erfahrungswert? - Are you hosting that many students as a business or just for the experience?
It's difficult, but if you can somehow understand them better, you will know the answer to your initial question... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
No idea about terminal names but it doesn't matter.
Super easy to get to the airport, there's a bullet train that goes right to KL Sentral. IIRC it's like 1-1.5hrs to bukit bintang. Pretty sure that uber works there.
Suggest going to one of the men's health spas there. You get food, hang out in the sauna, whatever, and whenever you feel like it you pick one of many extremely hot girls to fuck. Stay as long as you like and pay when you're done.
hey /trv/. Fellow Schwarzenegger Austrian here. I am soon going to California for three weeks. I will stay in San Diego for the first week, and I could stay there for free the whole time, but I also want to do some traveling beyond SD.
I basically have two weeks to explore the US/Mexico, starting from San Diego.
Do you have any recommendations. What are your personal highlights? Any tips in/around San Diego are also much appreciated.
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