by the time the meal is ready, i can't think of taking photos anymore... this is the closest probably, it's only the rice and the marinated meat missing, the sides are almost all set. busan, the restaurant where we saw most locals go in. no fish there.
the best food pics on my phone are wechat uploads from random nanning kids in china. they upload all these chickens beheaded in dusty backyards all the time, gotta love them.
Tortas are just sandwiches made in Mexico. I had them all over the place. I've seen a few different versions but the one with roasted pork meat was probably most common. They were all awesome. Until I made it to Guanajuato and tried this one. This one wasn't just awesome, it was one of the best things I've ever eaten.
First of all, they person just made a regular sandwich with some roasted pork head meat. Lots of fatty bits in there. Then they started putting in pieces of chicharron in there. They just kept stuffing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Let's share some fun travel shows. I've watched all of the episodes for this particular one. These two guys go on a hitch hiking/couch surfing trip to SE Asia on a $1000 budget each. Any similar youtube/other video site links would be appreciated!
So how celebrated is Canada Day in Montreal? I know Quebec has a questionable relationship with the rest of Canada, but will there at least be some sort of celebration? I'm heading to Montreal from June 26th - July 6th and staying at the M Montreal hostel and just wanted to know if there will be stuff to do on July 1st.
Speaking of Montreal,
any restaurants I can try out to get the Canadian experience?
Any places to check out?
Is there a train that I can take from Montreal to Quebec City or Toronto for a day or two?
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>>1076871 It's still Canada, bro. Not some angry Uighur village in farflung China. Yes, there will be plenty of events. Only the buttmaddest of Quebec nationalists will stay away, and we're all the better for that!
Yes there are restaurants and 'places' to check out. As it seems like you've done zero research and expressed no interestes, I'm gonna skip replying to that until you give us more to work with.
Yes, there are trains (Via Rail), and busses too. Quebec city is a "day... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1076871 >Quebec has a questionable relationship with the rest of Canada
Easy far over-stated. Actual hostility to Canada is very rare; it's a matter of competing allegiances. More analogous to, say, Texas than Turkistan or whatever you have in mind.
But Ottawa is really the place to be for Canada Day, and it's close to Montreal. Also IIRC Canada Day is "moving day" in Montreal so a lot of people are occupied with that (leases run out / start then for whatever reason).
Catalan here. I support it. We should extend the same kind of measures to all kinds of tourism. Generally speaking the mediterranean coast of Spain is an example on how you should not develop tourism. Barcelona is still ok but is going the wrong direction. I'm glad we are tackling this problem now.
>>1076372 you name it. Drunk chavs everywhere 7 days a week, real estate prices ever on the rise, all the bad side of gentrification, people walking around the city as if it was a caribbean resort, traditional shops closing, prostitutes everywhere tourists are, not being able to enjoy some parts of the city without the crowds, and I could go on and on
How's this country? I rarely hear of people visiting it. I have always been interested in MENA countries, particularly ones around the Maghreb part of Africa (namely North Morocco, Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia). I'm curious about visiting this obscure little country Algeria. How will a 18 year old girl like me do there ? Is it safe? What can I do?
And most importantly.. are there QT boys to ogle at?
So do any of you have stories about being mugged / attempt at mugging while travelling? Extra points for escaping through violence / funny stories.
>Friends mother >In south america in her younger days >kid pounces on her from around corner >as in, ~10 year old >they have a gun ohshit.jpg >"Put that down you naughty boy and go home this instant!" >Kid... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>be in kampala, uganda >was doing a local girl in a seedy neighbourhood >leave her places at about 1 in the morning, i have to walk along dirt paths through a slummy area for a few minutes to reach the main road >couple of dudes come up behind me demanding money >don't even turn around to look, just leg it down a random alley >dead end >climb wall, jump... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>be me >manlet (165cm) >walking down the street >Sarejevo, BiH >5PM or so >just going back to my hostel, minding my own business >not even in a sketchy area >suddenly there's a kid on either side of me >didn't even see them sneaking up on me >one brown... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi /trv/ going to india in march/april, and looking for some advice, i plan to start from goa, and end up in delhi, possilby going through the following places (mumbai, ahmedabad, udaipur, pushkar, tordi sagar, jaipur, agra) I have a budget of about 40,000 rupees (excluding flight fees) for about a months worth of travelling, just any general advice on places to go, best way to get around etc would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
>>1074137 The Delhi Belly meme is really exaggerated. Don't eat off the street if it wasn't cooked right before your eyes, and don't eat at really dingy looking restaurants. Guts need time to acclimatize it's true, but having some fucking standards of hygiene goes a long way.
Anyway, I'd not visit more than one city in Rajasthan/Gujarat. They're all the same ... desert scrub scenery, camels, skinny Indians with turbans.
Consider adding Amritsar (Golden Temple is cool, Sikhs are based,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1074022 >Are the girls as horny as everyone expects?
Cancun... aka Mancun during springbreak. There's 2-3 man for each female and guys hit on girls 24/7. Don't go there thinking you're gonna swim in pussy 24/7, just go there and get shitfaced for a whole week
>Got ass? >She got no ass If you can't get laid where you are now you won't get laid there. >>1074517 >just go there and get shitfaced for a whole week Yea this is good advice. If you get laid it's a bonus.
This is a cool and cheap city with great neighborhoods and history. Architecture is amazing and virtually all tourist attractions are free or cheap. Good Baseball team if you are in to that. 2nd best zoo in america and its FREE, all Museaums are FREE. Beer and food is cheap and great stl style food, BBQ, Pizza, Toasted Ravioli, good craft beers. Add STL to your next cross country road trip or as a destination. Gateway arch is undergoing a massive renovation, central west end is named one of the best neighborhoods in america, delmar loop named best commercial district, forest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Bumping with photos. Soulard Mardi Gras. Not the only cool neighborhood in st louis, but a great entertainment district with historic french buildings. also Anheuser Bush Brewery is located in Soulard as well.
BEVO NEIGHBORHOOD Largest Bosnian Population outside of Bosnia lives in this neighborhood. stl loves little bosnia. also have little italy neighborhood, (the Hill) and Large concentrations of Mexicans with great resturants and culture/ festivals on Cherokee Street.
Hi guys, im planning to take the Amtrak Crescent line in April from New Orleans to Atlanta where i will get to meet my fiancee's family. So we are making the trip but would love to save as much as possible, therefore, we are taking the coach seats, and hoping we can have a lot of fun and adventures on this trip. What advice can you give me, what can you tell me about the amtrak trains, this particular route, etc. An tips welcome. Also you are welcome to discuss this route, or this kind of trains.
I've never been on a long distance Amtrak but I'm posting because I'm hoping to go on the California Zephyr this summer and wondering if /trv/ had any advice as well. I have heard though that Amtrak in the south is pretty boring in terms of scenery.
Amtrak is expensive, slow, and pointless. You're not going to be sitting there reading the paper and smoking a pipe like weird fantasy you've undoubtedly built up in your head. You're going to be watching hours of fields and swamps go by while you tap at your phone.
Most are decent people but there are a few types to avoid like chavs and kippers. There are comparatively few of these cunts about but they're the ones that like to make the most noise, they tend to have no qualifacations past GCSE level (or O-Level in the case of most kippers because only the very wierd ones are under 50).
If you hear anybody whittering on about the EU as if it was the most important thing in their lives run a mile and find a nice tea shop or you run the risk of being bored to death by misinformed bullshit about "Eurocrats", straight bananas... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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