if in high school, find the clique with the hottest girls, that is the best crowd to make friends with. when a guy from spain came to our school, my friends and i befriended him, and he ended up going to parties almost every weekend, and lost his virginity
>>1066276 Visited Houston, live in Seattle now. (Used to live in New Orleans.)
+ Still no income tax. - more hipsters than Austin - no oil money + lots of tech money. + Summer is way nicer than Houston. - Winter way worse than Houston. + Seattle winter better than in the midwest. +? Instead of Latinos, Seattle has Asians -- Hard to make friends in Seattle. + No god damn mosquitoes, termites and cockroaches.
>>1068719 Is South America "American," or do you mean the USA? If the former, look into the area along Colombia's Caribbean coast, if Cartagena is big enough to qualify as a big city.
I'm going to assume you already know that moving to another country is a bit more complicated than to another state, and that you understand that if you have no employable skillz and/or are poor, it may not be easy...
I have a dream that one day i will be able to travel through the world with one bike. I want to work hard and make the money that it needs so after that leave for 1 year and see all the world. Is anyone out there that have done that before in his life? What were your experience about that? I believe there is no such a thing and an experience like this that a man can have in his life.
>>1068844 Haven't done it but I ride motorcycles and have done a few trips in my country on them.
1. This mode of transport is more expensive than pretty much all except solo car travel.
2. Learn how to make repairs on your bike. You don't have to be a full fledged mechanic but you better know how to do some minor tune ups and repairs.
3. If you don't currently ride, get your license now and even if it takes you 5 years to afford a long trip you'll be an experienced rider when you go.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1068848 1. yeah i am thinking about that too but i love to ride so much, hope to have that much money to do not worry about that :) 2. i sure have to learn about this yeah.. 3. i ride for like 7 years, that won't be a problem 4. never tried something like that before. the longest ride that i have done was like 500 kh but yeah you are right, i need to start from something shorter 5. which bike do you think is right one? I believe every bike above 600cc is capable for something like that.
>>1068854 Yeah I agree anything above 600cc will be good. People have done it on smaller bikes but I think 600cc+ will be comfortable enough and powerful enough to handle all roads. I'm thinking of getting an f650gs this year for a longer trip myself.
>>1068771 I am not familiar with that particular site, but there are a number of scams out there.
By scams, I mean they will sell you a legitimate ticket, usually, but if anything at all goes wrong (and with air travel, things sometimes go wrong) the customer service is non-existent and the airline just refers you back to the sit e that sold you the ticket. Do your due-diligence on the site you buy tickets from -- and recall the thing about deals that are too good to be true.
Help me, /trv/. I need to find a destination to go with my GF this February for a whole month. Not sure were should we go. Any suggestions? The only thing is that we don't want it to be only beaches. Our budget is of around 3k for the whole month.
Me and my friend planning to go to Sweden this summer.Also we want to go to Iceland.Thinking about getting a boat from Norway or somewhere else.My question is how long that boat will take and how much it costs.Also we are open for other suggestions about scandinavia must-see places.
>>1068731 >Me and my friend planning to go to Sweden this summer.Also we want to go to Iceland.Thinking about getting a boat from Norway or somewhere else.My question is how long that boat will take and how much it costs.Also we are open for other suggestions about scandinavia must-see places.
Why not check icelandair website on the way over the pond and use them for the layover. Their flights are priced lower than other airlines in order to entice you to visit.
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Hongkongfag here. I went to an international school and I am pretty sure all locals here know about the existence of international schools. I get the impression that most Americans don't know what international schools are though. A while ago, I did some part-time work at an American company. My American coworkers said that my English is good and asked me how I learned to talk with an American accent. I told them I went to an international school yet they didn't seem to know what international schools are. I also mentioned international schools on other boards of 4chan... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1067914 No they aren't. Even foreigners that live in the USA just go to the regular schools. The only ones who would be aware are those that have lived abroad. IME, International Schools pretty much mean "Western education in a non-Western country" and all typically follow US/Can/UK/Aus curriculum. So no need for an international school here.
I'm taking a trip this summer with my friend, and this is the path we've decided to take, and will take and add to the list as we see fit. We're big hikers and fishers, so we've got some of the big spots on the list.
So, a few questions to any residents/frequent visitors of Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico >Any good local dives/restaurants to check out? >Any good ghost towns in northern New Mexico/Arizona? >Any general suggestions of things to check out/do?
>>1066996 Get a job on a ship. One with loose cargo, so it takes a while to unload will give you more time in port. My friend who actually had skills they needed got one week to travel in country for every three weeks of work.
I want to teach English/find work in a bar or something in France. Which cities should I consider moving to? I'm currently in Paris, but I'm seriously thinking about moving elsewhere for a variety of reasons. One of which is that there's already too much English being spoken here. Things that are important to me: literature, cinema, walking/hiking, good food, mountainous/hilly geography, maybe close to the sea? Someplace cheaper would be better too. I'm an educated white EU citizen, in case that matters.
Yeah, I'm going to pass on Marseille, thanks. Really didn't care for it when I was visiting. Probably one of the few cities in Europe where I generally felt unsafe walking around at night. Didn't really seem like there was much to do there either, even though it's the second largest city in the country.
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