Sup guys. So, I've been to D.C. before, and I've visited various museums and certain locations, but I was looking for something new, or out of the normal. My question for you guys is have you been to any places that particularly stuck out to you? Any places that you would recommend (especially during an acid trip, to make the experience more enjoyable)?
>>1072459 Kathmandu as a city with how shitty its infrastructure and how many unfinished buildings that are around the place, you'd never know there was earthquake there if someone didn't tell you.
That said, in Kathmandu Durbur square there is fairly significant Earthquake Damage on the Heritage Buildings some dating back a fucking long time.
I never got around to Bhatkapor but I hear it's still fairly nice to see. Another good place is Pokhora, probably nicer than Khatmandu by a fair margin.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1072483 I was planning to fly into kathmandu and see sites there, at patan and bhaktapur, and still considering pokhara, nagarkot and annapurna.
I'm more into history, culture and architecture than natural scenery, but for the himalayas i'd made an exception to get a good view of them, such as nagarkot i've heard is good. But i'm not going to climb it or even go to base camp which i heard takes like 16 days of hiking. Not into treking, even if you take out the time and cost of it.
Hello /trv/, have any of you been to Addis Abeba? I want to visit Addis in May with a friend and spend about a week there. I am quite new to ninternational travel, so I'd be glad for any and all tips. >Do you know a good hostel? >Is it reasonable to take a taxi to the north, so we can climb Mt. Entoto by foot? >Have you been to Ethiopia?
Hey anon, I've been in Ethiopia for 2 months now so I'm willing to answer any questions you have.
Personally, I found Addis to be an overcrowded and dirty shithole - can't recommend much to do out there that can be done elsewhere in the country. Got the fuck outta there after 2 days. With that said, the cheapest form of transport in Addis is minibus. You can ask your hotel about where to catch them towards the mountain.
Most tourists stay in Piazza. You can expect to pay around 200-250... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I teach English at an Elementary School in South Korea. 23/m/Aus.
I mainly did it to live abroad instead of paying $1500 everytime I wanted to leave Australia for a holiday.
Live in Seoul. 20 mins from downtown in a nice little middle class suburb. My apartment and return flight are free. I get $2200 a month AUD (which is $1600 USD or 1,100 GBP) Minus 250 of that for health insurance, pension, and daily cafeteria meals. I get pension back when i quit (90 a month for as long as i stay).
I live in a small... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066834 All of us have salaries like that, it's actually pretty standard for the first year. Also, his apartment is included. Everything is cheaper in SEA. I make less than him and live a very comfortable life.
Moving to New York. Which neighborhoods / ZIP codes would be best to look for apartments where I won't have to worry about being shot or stabbed or robbed, without paying $3000 a month for rent, of course.
Good idea, i'd like to move to the NL, so if anyone can give some input it would be great.
I'm from malta pros >great food >nice beaches >although small there are many places to go and enjoy yourself >alot of festivities if you're into that kind of stuff >gozo is very peaceful if you want to escape fore a weekend >great weather, except for the hot summers Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a EU citizen and I'd like to move to the UK. I've lived in Edinburgh briefly and have visited Glasgow and London, but I don't want to limit my choice to just these cities. Could you guys give me a rundown of each major UK city? ie. London - crowded and expensive, great nightlife, hard to find a job, lots of immigrants etc. Of course if anybody wants to write more than just a sentence it'd appreciate it
I'm 20, turning 21 soon and I'm dropping out of university. I'm not exactly sure what I want to study, I like a lot of things but there's nothing I feel very sure about yet. So my plan is to just live and work in the UK (because it's good money and I like the UK) until I get an idea of what I want to do (or saving up enough money to start up my own business, something I'd like to do eventually). I might end up staying in the UK and just living there permanently.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I recently lost my job, but found another one. I start Feb. 15th. With this unexpected time off, I want to do some /trv/ling. I'm thinking Peru to visit pic related. I also want to take part in an ayahusca ceremony retreat.
Here's my question(s). This time off is unexpected, and I now don't have health insurance (until I start the new job). So, I'm wondering if I"ll be OK going without getting vaccanations.
I really don't know what my history of shots is. I can't really look into it, because I pretty much never... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>So, I'm wondering if I"ll be OK going without getting vaccanations. ...yes. People don't usually vaccinate before a trip.
>Is it insane to just risk it and go? Its not a risk. The worse it will probably happen is you getting food poisoning and shitting in your pants for a few days. Other than that, its really rare to contract anything else
>It looks like the tap water isn't safe. Am I supposed to just buy bottled water everywhere? Depends on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1076045 Yeah, thanks. IDK, it just seems like one CamelBak's worht of water isn't going to always be enough. If I were to hike the Inca trail, how am I going to get more?
I suppose in that case, you just have to load up with a couple day's worth. I'd just love to hear from someone who's trotted around the jungle and cities of Peru (or elsewhere in South America) to see how they managed.
>>1073590 Jordan is easing visa restrictions, bolstering security for tourist spots and obviously prices are shooting down. Realistically if you're government is letting you fly to a country the you should be alright. Even when a country is in difficulty, road blocks will stop you from entering the hot areas..
What is objectively the most dangerous country to travel in? At first I thought North Korea, but at least it has a central government that can be negotiated with. It's probably all of Afghanistan and the tribal areas of Pakistan.
>>1074567 Nah I was just in parts of Afghanistan that weren't extremely terrible. But the terrible parts would be up there. I'd say anywhere in ISIS territory, most militant groups are prepared to hold you for extended periods while bargaining, but those dudes seem to be all about the video production.
Let me ask you something. My friend is obsessed with going to japan and find work there (any work) and live there. He's from central america and he is learning japanese. Does he have a chance?, or it's just another weeboo fag with an impossible dream?
I'm a Vancouverite thinking about going on a cross Canada trip. I've never been outside of BC and want to see the rest of this country, especially the East coast. I looked into rail and it looks like I can get an unlimited pass for 60 days for $1000 dollars but that seems like a bad deal. Would it be better to do a road trip? Has anyone done a cross Canada trip before? Which cities would you recommend visiting? What did you like to do? Share your experiences if you have them.
Dude either you want to go or you don't. It will be an adventure and there will be hardship. If you're not ready to throw yourself to the world then do what the rest of us do and wither away at an office job.
Either way you're never gonna get out of it alive.
>>1074562 A condo in BKK isn't all that expensive actually. You could definitely live there for a few years if you have some spare cash. You just need a job and to work out what you're doing visa wise for all that time.
Me and a friend of mine are travelling to Belgium and the Netherlands in a couple of months and we are yet to decide which cities /towns to visit. We are pretty much into cultural tourism, sightseeing, eating and drinking deliciously and maybe some partying, I also enjoy outdoorsy activities. We are kind of travelling on a budget.
We will start our trip in Amsterdam and want to visit Bruges but other than that we haven't chosen any destinations. Which places will you guys recommend? Tourist stuff is ok but recommendations on cool local spots will... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1073049 Just throwing out options and also asking people for my own sake at the same time.
If you put a gun to my head and said choose 4, i guess i would say amsterdam, bruges, brussels and ghent. 5th would be hague. Never been to any though, just based on my own research and wgat interests me
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