Hey /trv/, real talk time. I live in the EU with my girlfriend, I am amerifag. I live here on a partnership visa (basically we proved we're in a long term relationship and live together and share assets). I'm allowed to be here on that visa for 5 years.
And now the shit: we just broke up. Anyone have any advice here? If they find out I'm not living with her anymore, instant fine and deportation. Obvious choice is: go back to Donald Trumps playground (my native country). Any ideas? Has this sort of thing ever happened to you? I'm really hurting here, be gentle.
Ideally I'd LIKE to stay in the EU and fuck other girls, maybe go to a different country and work. But the hurt is too fresh still, I dunno if I could even handle it, let alone if I could make it work visa-wise.
so i have the opportunity to go for an exchange program to Vietnam - Saigon and after that to hanoi probably
or i can go to China - Shanghai
i would like to ask you folks, what are the differences and pluses and minuses- what about the living costs, nightlife, women, fashion.
i am there for exchange so i will be assigned to some kind of clothing factory after that - what are the differences in both countries if anyone knows - i mean like counterfeits and such. thanks for the answers guise :)
Going to kiev on 23st for a football match. I really dont know anything so maybe locals or some visiters in past can help me. 1) Where can i buy weed/how much etc.? 2)Landmarks, museums 3)Pubs or places where to get drunk
Im staying like 2 days so write the best you know. Thanks al oot
Thinking about taking a gap year. Not in the stereotypical, arrogant meme way, but just as a means of travel. Not sure if something that regimental and organised would suit me, but I'm also a pussy so I have my worst case scenario doubts about just kinda wandering across the world with a back pack for a few months.
>>1077472 Gap years aren't all pretentious or arrogant, only those that are done on their parents money without any intent on bettering themselves or gaining new skills.
What exactly are you hoping to gain out of your gap year? I say you should just go to a region you've been interested in and try to spend some time living there, maybe find a job like working in a hostel or something under the table. Try not to waste it on doing nothing but drinking and partying.
Okay, so in a female traveling solo to oslo, Stockholm, Berlin, and then to Warsaw. I need some advice- what should I be cautious of? I've never been to those places and to be honest, all the shit I hear about the rape and refugee crisis in Sweden is freaking me out a little. Other than that, any other advice helps. What should I check out, where should I go?
Hey miss, My first question is why have you not choose Copenhagen? Lots of things to do there and the architect is pretty awesome. Not to mention the hospitality and friendliness of the Danes When I arrived in Copenhagen I had a male street advisor asking me of I was aware of the discrimination towards women happening around the world. He was just making people aware. It's a great place and so much cheaper than Oslo.
>>1077432 Don't hang around train stations at night, as that's where the rapefugees lurk.
Honestly, it's much much safer than USA. >American in Europe for 6 years, been everywhere you mentioned.
Oslo and Stockholm will be fine. In Berlin, the sketchiest that will happen is you'll see prostitutes on the street or someone will offer you coke. It can look pretty beat-up, but that's it's hipster flair and why it's popular with gentrifying white folks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you're a hipster/alternative you'll probably want to visit Kreuzberg. Just be cautious if you walk the streets alone at night especially in this district and beware of any Arabs/Blacks approaching you too. Most of the time they'll offer to sell you drugs laced with shit but usually they have an accomplice that will pickpocket you or mug you from behind.
No matter how much people tell how you cool it is, AVOID GÖRLIZER PARK. There is nothing there that you'll want... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1077374 That's true. Newcastle is a good option. Cheap, good nightlife, good people, close to lots of good culture, castles, countryside and nature. It's quite cold there, but the weather in most of England is usually quite shitty anyway.
>>1077336 The prices look pretty good. It seems to be a subsidiary of Tracfone (the biggest name in burner cell phones). The only thing I would caution you is they apparently use the T Mobile network. In the US, pretty much all smaller carriers just piggyback on the big networks. That said, T Mobile is close to if not the smallest national netowrk. I'd check a coverage map to be sure you'll have service in the areas you need it. Generally speaking, if you'll primarily be in cities, any carrier will be fine. Nationally... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello. I'm a Hong Konger that immigrated to London at the age of 3. After living comfortably here for about 19 years, many factors have lead me to consider coming back to Hong Kong. I have a job offer there but it only just about covers the ridiculous rent. Also, I speak fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin (from my ex).
1.) For the people that came back to HK after growing up in a Western country, what is something you would like to share or advice you would possibly want to give to me?
2.) I am aware of the current instability of Hong Kong's political situation. How much do you think this may affect my quality of living? In other words, has this been a significant issue for anyone?
3.) Do you think what I'm doing is a wise choice? To just temporarily give up my life here in the UK and leave to Hong Kong? Keep in mind I would one day like to return to London. It’s just that the job market is so difficult to "break into" here. I don't want to waste my 20s in a place where I live an overly comfortable place, working a stale job with no room for personal growth.
Please talk to me like you are talking to a younger version of yourself. Thanks, I appreciate any advice you can give.
bump for you op. >Also, I speak fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin that's powerful. I don't know anything about hong kong, but I would expect you to be able to land a decent job in your field if you speak the big three
>>1077332 >1.) For the people that came back to HK after growing up in a Western country, what is something you would like to share or advice you would possibly want to give to me? Sorry I don't know.
>2.) I am aware of the current instability of Hong Kong's political situation. How much do you think this may affect my quality of living? In other words, has this been a significant issue for anyone? It's a bit overblown. There are just more... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So in about a month or so i'm going to England for the first time to crash with a friend in Wellingborough for a week and possibly crashing with another in Peterborough for a week and had a few questions:
>Things to see in London >Things to see around the towns ill be in >If English girls like Americans (gonna hit some pubs with my pals) >best pubs to go to >anything i should know being in England for the first... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Peterborough has a massive amount of Eastern European pussy. I think either that or Boston are tied as the highest percentage of Eastern European immigrants (Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian) in the UK.
Pretty crazy dude as I live in rushden. Never thought I'd see the town "wellingborough" pop up on /trv/ Rushden is about 4 miles away when traveling into London of get a bus to Bedford and then catch the train to London as it's so much cheaper fare. Also check out irchester country park in the village/town of irchester it's only a few miles from wellingborough Happy /trv/ling
>What to visit? You didn't state what you like (clubs, nature, museums, etc.) >What should I expect? I don't think there's anything really special about Warsaw. The only reason I would come here specifically is if you're interested in WW2 stuff. Old town isn't that great compared to Krakow, downtown Warsaw is depressing and gray in the Winter. Some parts of Warsaw are nice and interesting to walk in and enjoy the architecture, albeit I wouldn't really... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I lived in Warsaw for six months, though I am not Polish.
If you are coming to Poland for fun, I strongly recommend going to Wroclaw (my fave), Krakow or Gdansk instead of Warsaw.
During summer even Warsaw is okay, but winter is pretty brutal there or I guess everywhere in Poland. Weather changes can be insane when Spring rolls along.
To me Warsaw is just a big city. I didn't feel it has a soul and specific atmosphere like Krakow for instance. It's quite crowded, hecktic and folks are running around busy just like in other metropolises.
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What might shock you the most (and not in a good way) is the sheer amount of poverty, homelessness, and crime. San Francisco is the homeless illegal immigrant crime capitol of the world. That said there is still a lot of fun to be had in SF, plenty of things to do.
hey /trv/ my gf and I want to travel to Amsterdam next week and we're looking for a cheap housing. As i expected, this wouldn't be available in Amsterdam but airbnb gives out some neat looking places in "zaandam", which looks quite near to Amsterdam.
My questions are: How are the landscapes around Zaandam? Could we catch some beautiful sights bicycling to Amsterdam? How far is it actually away from Amsterdam? What would it cost riding from there to Amsterdam and back with public transport for 5 days?
Use 9292.nl for planning all public transport in the entire country. Don't know about the site but the app has an English option. Zaandam to Amsterdam Central station is 2,70 euro one way. To Leidseplein also 2,70.
Amsterdam is a zoo with drugs and prostitutes. If the landscape and other tame stuff are what you're after, you might as well just stay somewhere relatively far away from Amsterdam and then just spend ~1.5 hours going there by train to check out the museums and stuff. Personally, I wouldn't spend more than 2 days in Amsterdam anyway since the city really isn't that big.
If you're not Dutch or Nordic, you won't want to bike next week here. The wind is no joke.
Zaanse Schans is something people take the bus to from Amsterdam, and is nice by bike if there's no wind. Windmills and stuff.
That green building is basically the only interesting looking one in Zaandam besides Zaanse Schans. I warned you. Amsterdammers go there for like... Primark. It is definitely doable riding the train every day to Amsterdam, if you don't mind the extra time and blandness.
I have this unresting urge to just go and travel the world, the "problem" is that i have no idea where to begin.
Without much cash i have no idea how far i will get before it runs out, i have plans of working in different coutries ofcourse but im almost scared i will get lost or get stuck on the streets, anyone here that can speak out of expirience and maybe give me some tips
>>1077168 There are plenty of female perpetual travelers, I've met several online and two in person. Gotta keep looking. Except I think you're full of bollocks, you're a NEET with delusions of heartache and grandeur
>>1077168 what do you do for work? your lifestyle is essentially exactly what I'm looking for (nothing to tie me down, no long-term connections) and I'm trying to figure out the best way to fund myself doing so.
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