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This is the trip i am planning, on a 110cc $400 fake honda motorbike i'll buy in Hanoi.

I've worked out 16 days of riding, going only 200km a day, 21 days when you include days to gear up and days set asside for just relaxing on a beach, and will make flight bookings for 25 days to allow for more fuck ups along the way

my dad is trying to get me to cut out Cambodia and Thailand and stick to one country. But i really want some Thai food... thoughts?
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>motorcycle
>3000km
>SE Asia
Don't forget your travel insurance.
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>>1071539
I won't forget insurance, and i'll wear gear and ride slowly. I'll only be on one of these things
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>>1071525
Also, i am a 25 year old virgin, should i try and lose it whilst i am there? with other western tourists of course not prostitutes

Hi, I am a Canadian and I will be travelling to India, there are some electronics that I want to take aboard, which includes my PS3, laptop, PSP and a phone. My main concern is my PS3, I plan on taking it on a carry-on bag, I've heard people saying that the PS3 is treated same as a laptop, but the other thing is I have this massive arcade controller as well, would I put the controllers and PS3 together for the X-ray screening during the security check or I can put it in my other luggage bag which goes straight to the plane? Also HDMI wires and other wires should I keep...
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is this nigga seriously going to India to play vidya games
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>>1072304
Brah, I'll get bored without vidya games.
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>>1072304
you can take the basement dweller out of the basement, but you can't take the basement out of the dweller and everything he can haul in his cargo pants pockets

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Hey everyone, In a few months I am traveling to Saigon for a teaching job, I am very excited about it but as the date for me to leave comes closer and closer I am feeling a growing sense of anxiety. The anxiety isn't really coming from the job part, but mostly the part about traveling on a plane for 20 hours to a country that I am not familiar with and where I don't know anyone. I should point out that this is not the first time I am traveling outside the U.S, my parents use to take me to Europe when I was a kid and teenager, but this is the first time I am going somewhere...
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>>1072238
Well it's a big change. Weird would it be if you were completely relaxed.
I don't know how to overcome this. I recently changed continents myself and I was pretty nervous too.
But in the end, change is good anon. Accept it. Enjoy it.
You're going to have fun.
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Transfer is easy, especially if you have time. Airports are structured well plus there are signs everywhere.

When you land go find the connecting gate, then check time and explore the airport and eat. You already know where it is. If you get lost just ask. But it's gonna be easy.

Always important is research how to get from saigon airport to your first bed.
Check wiki gravel and lonely planet to and from airport.
You'll then know what to do, just make a plan. Like landing then taxi stand at arrival hall. Or train or whatever. Keep the address...
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>>1072238
I remember the first time I traveled alone on a plane to a foreign country, I was 8. It was the most terrifying thing ever and the idea of living in another country was even worse. I guess it's kind of a similar experience.
Next time I did it, I even made friends on the plane and we still talk to each other.
Don't worry, you'll be fine. You'll be use to it before you realize.
Have fun.

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Hi,

I've been to Slovenia twice before and I absolutely loved it for many reasons. My wife and I have already seen:
- Bled / Vintgar
- Bohinj / Vogel / Slap Savica
- Triglav National Park / Vrsic Pass / Soca valley / Slap Kozjak
- Ljubljana
- Postojna caves
- Skocjan caves
- Piran / Izola / Sečovlje salt-pans / Portoroz

We've been to some of these things twice actually. We're thinking about going to Slovenia again because we love the country.

Maribor is on our to-visit list and should be fun. But other than that, what...
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Ps.
We don't care about horses, so we don't really think we'd like Lipica.

And we've already seen Predjama as well.
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Ps ps.
We already saw Mostnica gorge as well.
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Slovenian here, originally from Velenje, grew up in Celje. Both cities are within one hour drive from Maribor, both cities have pretty cool castles but you can spend max two hours on any of these sights before you get bored. Ptuj is the oldest city in Slovenia so you can be certain you will see some old cool stuff there. City of Laško has a very good fine dining restaurant on the castle called Pavus if you are into that sort of thing. East of the country has a lot of spas but you will mostly find old drunk russians there. Certian hills are known for good quality wine. If you...
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Did you guys enjoy idiot abroad? I honestly loved seeing Karl's reactions to the situations he was put in. I've heard he has another travel show but without Ricky and Steve. Is it done as well?
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>>1072079
Yes. The two moments that were easily the best were when he was kidnapped by 'terrorists' in Israel and his discussion with the Russian taxi drivers about train travel.
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He's such a miserable fuck, but yes.
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I think it's okay. I find the very enjoyable bits too far and few. I think there could be a better mix between him being miserable and actually learning about the places.

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I'm sorry, I'm poor at English.Please permit a strange word.

I am Japanese female college student.

I longed to go to France and United Kingdom.
I wished go to a graduation trip there.
But, I changed the destination to Italy because I'm afraid of last year's trouble.

Italy is one of the country I wanted to go where.
But I don't know a careful point about Italy because sudden change.

Could you tell me a careful point and the thing which can be enjoyed by Italian travel?
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>I am Japanese female college student.

show ass + tits
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Don't wear the shit like you do in your country desu
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There's nothing to be worried about in France, the UK, or Italy. While the city of Paris has had two attacks in the past year, that doesn't really make the country of France more dangerous (and arguably Paris is only slightly more dangerous seeing as 32 million people travel there every year and just over 100 were killed in both attacks). France is a big country, and if you are that worried about violence, you can experience some of the best of France without ever stepping foot in Paris

In general, every country has had its share of terrorist violence. If you...
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So in a few days, ill be in Bulgaria all by myself for 3 days before i head onward into Romania and one thing that i have always wanted to see is the Buzludzha Monument in the mountains (pic related).

For me its a combination of cold war history, abandoned places, awe inspiring architecture and communist ideology that drives me to want to go to this place, even though it is a very large detour on what is a very small trip into Bulgaria.

Ever since i saw a post about it on trv 2 years ago by some anon ive wanted to go there and visit it for myself, though as an...
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>>1071304

Ask your hotel if they do 'ufo' tours.

They generally last about a day and leave from Sofia.

Also yeh, dont go alone in winter, the place is prone to blizzards.
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I gotchu senpai
http://bulgaria-communismtours.com/one-day-tour-to-buzludzha-monument/
Am bulgarian and would be nice to visit, if I can get some more 4chan memelord friends to alleviate the cost and have a nice day trip with you, would be interesting

talk to me at shakalakamutafuka@gmail.com
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>>1071304
How much would you be willing to spend, friendo? I can drive you there along with >>1071554

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I'm working in Moscow right now as an American and I've got a few questions about this place.

What is the best way to eat cheaply aside from cooking at home? Obviously I do my own cooking, but if I'm in a situation where I'm away from my place for a while, what are the best options?

Also which social media do girls use to hook up with guys? Do people use tinder here or is that just something that foreigners use?

Do people still go to concerts in abandoned warehouses and shit like that?
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>>1071217
There are soviet era cafeterias where you can eat for $1-2.
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>>1071224

My My?
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>>1071217
I am working in Moscow as well right now (Australian). I mostly cook and eat out just a few times a week.

If you want some decent sushi though, a place called Yakitoria has an app where you order and they have free delivery. You can easily get a meals worth of sushi for 800-1000RUB.

One of my favourites is a restaurant called 'Voronezh' just by metro Kropotkinskaya. They have a deli downstairs and you can get a nice big pastrami sandwich for under 400RUB.

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Hey Australians/Europeans living in Australia. I'm here for a year and a few months because of my tenancy agreement, but I have a girlfriend, etc. and I don't want to do farm work. I've got a job and I pay my taxes and whatever, but the farm work just isn't work it for the extra month or two.

Does anybody know a farm to avoid farm work or a website/contact for somebody who will sign off on mine?

I'm in Melbourne if that helps.
Thanks guis
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>>1071154
What part of Melbourne are you in?
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>>1071154
>I've got a job and I pay my taxes and whatever
What kind of job did you find?
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Kalgoorlie? Why don't ya mine for money?

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How much money should I exchange into local currency BEFORE going to my destination? Or should I exchange it only when I get there?

I have the option to exchange currency without any fees.
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exchange as much as you feel comfortable carrying. being able to exchange with no fees should be taken advantage of.

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Going to Ho Chi Minh City, staying a month. Any ideas of what to do / stories about that city? Also coolest district? I'm staying in the 2nd.

I've read that there are a lot of scams, not really dangerous to walk around at night tho
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Literally everyone calls it Saigon, don't be a tryhard
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>>1071696
How much $ are your accommodations?

I have the opportunity to move to Vietnam to work for a year, but I'm not sure what I'd do for fun. Temples and beaches only entertain for so long.
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>>1071720
I'm able to stay at the house of a friends, he has a free room for me.
However, for the first night I'm staying at a 3star hotel because of the registration for $16

Before I knew this I found great rooms on monthly basis per airbnb, but they are not that cheap like in smaller Asian cities

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I'm in adelaide for quite some time. How is it? What to do? Is it a nice city? I'm from Germany and lived in Sydney before, it was shit: loud, dirty, expensive. What do I have to expect going to Adelaide?
Every hint welcome
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>>1071624
I met a copper from Adelaide. Darren, I believe he was called. Say hi for me.
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As someone who lives in Adelaide, my advice is follows: it's pretty quite this time of year concerning festivals and all but there's heaps still to do. If you up for a hike or walking, mt lofty and Cleland conservation park are nice. Otherwise your best bet is around rundle mall and north terrace. The museum and art gallery are nice for killing a few hours.

Adelaide is definately better than Sydney. Probably because it's much smaller but everything is pretty easily accessible, cleaner, and the city looks nicer in my experience.

Food is okay if you...
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>>1071674
Another idea I just had, south Australia is well known for its wine. If you're into that the Adelaide hills and barossa valley are a decent drive away but full of wineries

I want to move to the UK and get a job (even as a kitchen porter)

What's the best place to start?
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>>1064219
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>>1070957

We already have enough kitchen porters.

Stay at home m8
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>>1070957
Do you know the antonym to "abstain on, you're empty"?

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Guys I'm running out of stuff to do in Christchurch and am currently just sitting bored in my hostel, deciding whether I should read or write. What is there to do here? Any recommendations?
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Christchurch what a name!
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>>1068365
When I was there a few years ago there was a semi-decent museum, but visit the tourist info center. There's plenty of things to do in the surrounding area and they tend to have good knowledge of everything at reasonable rates.
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Do Ferrymead Heritage Park.

It's an elaborate outdoor history museum, including a old timey electric tram and also a separate steam train. One of the steam locomotives is the oldest working example in the country. The tram also has an extremely rare steam tram that is used on occasion.

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How do I overcome jet lag? How long until it wears off?
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Stay hydrated.

Get on the local time with your sleep and waking as fast as you can. (Avoid, if possible, long naps during the day, for example. Don't be fanatical about i, but do the best you can.)

I try to eat light and healthy, at least until I'm feeling normal no idea if that really helps.

Avoid alcohol, it dehydrates.

Generally I am not troubled for more than a day or two at the beginning of a trip, when my energy and excitement are high. Generally it takes me longer and the effects are stronger after the return home -- I'm tired...
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>>1071949
Usually I just party with randos basically till I can't stand, I'm usually super stoked so this will be a day and a half. Sometimes get laid but usually im too delirious and frighten the pussy, Pass out on a clean sheet, 14 hours later... Bam timezone adjusted.
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Weed and sleep.

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