>>1058344 I live in Mexico. Stay away from Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, Michoacan, Guerrero(Acapulco is ok). You can find hiking and forests in the north, beautiful colonial-era (1600s) small towns (very rich in history and traditions) in mid mexico, and lots of aqua sports, great beaches and night life in southern mexico. I really recommend Cancun and Playa del Carmen.
>It's only a week until your big trip, anon! Why aren't you more excited? Because it's going to be a clusterfuck and an expensive yet weak distraction from the fundamental problems in my life which cause me to insulate myself from reality ...sorry, I mean: Oh, I guess I haven't really thought about it much! It should be pretty fun!
Im looking to go to the states for about a month at the end of this year / start of 2017. I'm looking for somewhere thats not to touristy with relatively cheap lift passes and accommodation. What are some good mountains / areas that would suit? Where are the local hangouts?
I think this is your problem. If it's a good place to ski, it's going to be popular. If it isn't so good, then it won't be popular but then why would you want to go? My advice is to plan your trip based on time, and then destination -- usually the first week after the New Year holiday has good deals at major resorts. So, if I were you I'd look at packages for the week of Jan. 9, 2017, maybe at Copper Mountain (Colorado)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Anyone thought on doing a somewhat semi-impulsive vacation to somewhere random? http://random.country/ Something along the lines of promising yourself that you will visit whatever country is randomly picked. funny enough I got South Sudan as my first random country, so I might as well just start my gorilla training straight away.
>>1067310 South Sudan looks pretty nice from what I've seen on their state TV. Christian majority, normal western supermarkets, fast food chains, and hotels. Everyone was wearing pastel shirts and looking generally civilized. Their territory was once part of Egypt, after all
I'm from Belgium, region of Ghent! Where are you from?
First of all, good luck on trying to get a ticket for Tomorrowland, it's sold out in a few seconds every year. You'll have a great time but pack enough money because food, drinks, ... everything is really expensive at the festival site. Are you sure you want to go there? Dour Festival is way cheaper and my personal favourite, but expect some basic stuff and zero decoration BUT good music! Pukkelpop is also a nice alternative to TML and has superb organization. I went twice to those festivals next to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you're interested in beer (which you should be), you should go to 't Waagstuk and Kulminator in Antwerp. Both bars are pretty famous worldwide. They both have a ginormous range of beers on offer. You could check out Delirium in Brussels, but there's an ungodly amount of drunk tourists in there, most of the time.
Planning a "trip to SEA" for February. The thing is I've only got a month. Which two countries should I visit? Should I narrow it down to two countries or try to squeeze more? Should I just stay in one country to get to know it well? Anyone has recommendations for hotels, beaches, food, interesting cities and stuff like that?
The SEA thread is mainly prostitutes and hurr durr will thai girls accept me. Sorry for creating and own thread.
Used helpx in Jordan and it was an awesome way to travel and live with locals. I had a free place to stay and free food for 2 weeks. Some hosts mention they will pay but these sites are typically exchange only. Look at references and don't work too hard in exchange for shit. Some hosts take advantage.
He's (>>1064821 ) right, I worked in a hostel once for a couple years and got shit in exchange; Bed & breakfast for 20h/week, I turned out to be a shitty breakfast of bread and butter and a bed with bed bugs for 3 nightshifts of 9 hours and one normal shift of 8 or 6.. can't remember now however the experience was really nice, I'd recommend you
I just booked some last minute flights to Helsinki. Anybody got any suggestions for stuff to do there? Don't have time to really research so would love the input of people who live there or have been before. I'm happy to do anything, stuff unique to Finland/Helsinki would be preferable. Is there anything cool to do whilst the snow is down?
Hello! This post/thread is about american behaviour/cultural differences.
This is what I, as a german, noticed about americans while I was in the US:
-Americans are kind but very loud. -Americans are very touchy feely. -Americans don't get self harming humour (when you make jokes about yourself). They always tried to cheer me up when I made these kind of jokes or sarcastic comments, it was weird but also kind of cute. Here most people would have joined by making a similliar joke about themselfs. -Americans are more spontaneous. Most Germans... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
We talk about our personal lives at work because Americans spend quite a lot of their time at work. We are the only developed country in the world that doesn't require paid vacation, it's up to the employer. Since we spend a lot of time at work we try to personalize it more by simply making it a more intricate part of your life, and if you don't you end up becoming very lonely and depressed. Your co-workers are normally your best friends for us outside our families.
>>1067045 >don't buy a simcard at the airport, buy it in the town >there's a BUS service that takes you from the airport to taksim for about 11 lira >get a istanbulkart and load it with some money to use the public transport valid for metro, buses, trams and boats >restaurants around the taksim are mostly shit tier same is trough for Sultanahmet. tripadvisor is your friend. >you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How practical is it to visit northern China and Mongolia on a trip to Southeast Asia? I'm in the rough stages of planning my destinations for a trip to Asia and I'm trying to figure out how practical this would be
>Budget $5000 >3 months from early May to early August
>Fly to Beijing from the USA >Great Wall, Forbidden City, all the normal tourist stuff >Trans-Siberian train up to Ulaanbaatar Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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