I have a 4 hour layover on this airport next week. Any experiences? I have a feeling it's going to suck, but my layover is at night so I should avoid the worst traffic.
Apparently there is no universal free wifi, even though they claim on the homepage that they have one. So if someone has wifi IDs and passwords saved somewhere that would be awesome!
Also apparently it's super-expensive there, even at BK, so I'll take my own snacks with me. Just nothing to drink, because of the security BS, unless if I fill an empty one in Helsinki... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I had 2 layovers over 2 weeks on this airport, both were 9 hours each. I was a mongol and didn't carefully plan my flights, also I have an ex-gf in Istanbul and planned on her picking me up and showing me around the city, which didn't pan out. So I was stuck there for the whole 18 hours.
>no free Wi-Fi yes
Flight 1 what I did for entertainment was people watch, tried to lie down on the benches and rest (but not sleep, because I arrived late at night and flight was... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They have wi-fi but you have to pay for it (with credit card). it's not very expensive - so little in fact that i suspect it might cost less to administer if it were free.
There are far worse airports in the world (or indeed in Istanbul) to spend 4 hours in. Super-expensive? Depends, some places are, but if you find the food court bit (the lower floor one, there's a more expensive one upstairs fairly nearby) there's a place that does very reasonably priced and very tasty Turkish food (and several US-style fast food franchises too, but ignore them). The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1077975 >acceptable What the fuck does that even mean in this context? Going traveling or not is not a moral question. If you have the money to go travel (and then still have enough money to support yourself while looking for work again afterwards), then go ahead. If you have money problems, look for a job instead.
>>1077980 Yeah >>1077986 > What the fuck does that even mean in this context? Dunno I just always feel guilty about it and I think employers would go "lol what a faggot swanning off to the other side of the world, why the fuck would i employ you"
This seems like the best board to ask about languages, so I'll just shoot.
I'm supposed to learn German to B2 level, in one year, so that I can start going to university in Germany or Austria.
Unfortunately I started the "A1.1" course at this "school" since I thought "cool, I can learn the basics really well and shit", and only later have I found out that not only they split their A level courses into to, but apparently they split their B courses into 5!! (B1.1 B1.2 B1.3... and note that each of those lasts 3 fucking months)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1077938 It's always better to be in the country your are learning the language of i'd say. As a German i can also tell that you will be able to get by with English until you learned the language, at least in the major cities.
>>1078018 I have a friend from Finland here who didn't speak a word of german when she arrived. Took her about 10 months i'd say to really speak well, but i don't know if she went to some fancy language school
I have a booked a holiday and I just found out it was during the rainy season, this February (tragic).
Can someone tell me what are some things to do there during the wet season ?? I'm open to many things and budget is not an issue. I will be there for a week, landing in Noumea and hoping to travel around.
>>1077877 Travel kit, tool kit, tool case. I used to have one for screwdrivers but half of them were lost. I picked it up in the bargain bin in a hardware store with only half the screw drivers but I made my own kit for PC assembly and everything went nicely into the case.
Dude go all out and get a dop kit. Those little travel cases are cute and functional but if you reach down and take a hold of your testicles I think you'll find that you already know the right decision.
I'm not sure if this is the right place but thanks for your time bud.
> me, 27, work from home $2,100 monthly after taxes > have passport, college degree, love my job, need stable internet connection > also 420 daily > living in city where university is, cheap, living with college seniors, feeling old af > lease is up July 31st, wanting to get out. > also part time as a dj (yes ok, i'm a douche i get it)
I'd surely appreciate any help, I don't even know where to begin. Between this town and the town I grew up in I've lived in two places my entire life.
- pic is oc and i took it this past Wednesday. It's how i'm feeling when I DJ now, like the party is there and I'm looking at it through a window not experiencing it. READY TO GET OUUUUUUUT! TINY RIIICCKKK!!
I've sort of done that kind of thing, one time doing a loop driving from Melbourne to Adelaide and back, and one time a loop driving north from Auckland, staying at motels each time. I made a point to visit national parks and similar places for dayhikes. No deep outback, though.
I suppose a tour can be good, if you find one focused on your interests, rather than just "see the highlights of Australia in ten days". I find I spend too much time waiting for the rest of the group doing shopping when I go on group tours. Something more focused, like a birdwatcher's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My asshole friend who lives in an apartment in London recently told me I couldn't stay with him while I go visit, and now I'm over here looking like a jerk with $1500 dollars saved and nowhere to go. I have another thousand but that's for the plane ticket.
Are Thailand, Vietnam or maybe Hong Kong doable with that amount? For maybe two weeks.
Hello /trv/ I'm just looking for a general consensus regarding a small little town in Canada called Toronto, I plan relocation from the U.S. to there and I have some essential questions such as: are what is the general crime rate and ethnicity of the city, types of culture, job rates for upper middleclass, varying neighborhoods or really whatever useful information you can provide for me on the matter.
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