>>1065484 >I want to travel to London in March with a friend. We will stay a week or two. Is it safe in and around London? It's simply too big of a city to feel statistically worried. The usual advice is staying tuned to the news for any published threats (if they publish them), avoiding certain areas that would seem like a target (oh, I'd skip any major soccer games, anything public like a demonstration, or national holiday gatherings). That's just me, playing it extra safe.
>>1065488 Yea that's true. Tho we are going to see some of the sights like the big ben, the tower bridge etc. But avoiding anything public seems like a good idea. We dont know where to stay yet. Are there any areas around london that tend to be more dangerous and we should not stay?
>>1065471 >>1065471 Get yourself a Milepost, even a used one on ebay or something and plan it out. There will be issues getting a room in some locations at some times of year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Milepost http://www.themilepost.com/ The digital version might not have the great photos and local ads that aid your ideas for stopping, such as for restaurants. The best part of the book is that it identifies mile by mile, what the heck you're looking at,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1062997 Do yourself a favor and go. The longer you can stay, the more you will enjoy it. A one day trip there is completely wasted. I spent a little over 3 weeks there my first time and meet some of the nicest people that became my closest friends. I have been back once since and will be heading there again in the next couple weeks.
Slabs can be whatever you want to make of it. Tons of old white people use it as a place to park their RVs in the winter (snowbirds), There is also a big crust punk/train hopper scene going... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Do -Talk to strangers. Get out into the culture as much as you can. There is a music thing/hangout deal going on every night of the week. If you can make one social friend, he will lead you to the others and you will really experience it as a whole. -Go to the Range on Saturday night. Big music deal. easily the best way to meet people get over your fears. -Get naked in the hot springs. Just do it, dont be that one and only guy in his underwear. Nothing weird is going to happen, just relax and have fun.
Don't -Cross through peoples camps. Respect... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am going to Philippines in March (about the 20th) and I live in Switzerland. I am not very rich and need to save a bit. Nonetheless I will be going. I really don't have experience with buying tickets, like the best routes and such. I googled this and some things came up but perhaps there are some other tips /trv/ knows that can help?
Thanks and sorry if this is a very generic question. I've never been to this board before.
Skyscanner, Kayak and Momondo to find the cheapest fares, Fly4Free and Secretflying for the lowest prices possible. From Italy (wherever you live in Switzerland, is not too far from there) I've seen flights advertised for 320 euros return. Make sure to delete all your cookies before booking.
>>1066230 I ended up using ebookers and got a total price of CHF700 (including tax, booking insurance, etc) its ok I can deal with that amount. But that website secretflying was quite interesting. I will surely use it in the future. Thanks.
>It doesn't make sense moneywise >For those who want to teach for a year or two, you may not get your original job back >Some people want to teach ESL as a career and that sucks as they will earn much less >Teaching ESL is usually a dead-end job >Some just want to work as primary/secondary school teachers abroad and that sucks as well as their salary will be much lower >Teaching has its... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066483 It's not just related to teaching ESL abroad. I'm talking about people who decide to give up a well-paid job to switch to a teaching career in general (including primary and secondary teachers teaching abroad and locally).
HELLO /TRV/ I am going to be visiting the Philippines in 10 days for 2 weeks and am looking for general ideas of what to do. I've looked up touristy things on various websites and so far think I will visit The Banaue Rice Terraces, go diving and to the beaches in Palawan, and possibly seeing the Chocolate Hills in Bohol. Some questions: Should I even bother with Manila? Any other places of interest? Will I get by speaking English? Good places to stay? Any other advice?
IMHO Manila is not worth it unless you are into decadent shitholes (I actually am into shitty megalopolis so I kinda enjoyed it) then Cordillera (banaue, batad and sagada) and Palawan are musts. I didn't enjoy Bohol and I think in two weeks you should focus on the other two areas. Only if it matches your itinerary you can visit the things in Bohol but they might disappoint you
>>1065265 For diving the visayas are way better then palawan. Bohol has amazing diving in the south. In the north of cebu island there is a island called malapascua island. It's hard to reach but the thresher sharks are definitely worth it.
im from brazil and i ve been dating a hungarian girl for two years now (1 yr in europe+1 yr distant relationship) distance is killing it tough how do i go to europe and find a stable job? im 23 electrical engineer btw
Have you ever been suspected of terrorism at an airport?. It happened to me yesterday out of the blue, first they swabbed my hands with a cotton tissue and told me it was "ok", then one girl from the airline gives me bad looks while talking by the phone, when i hand my id and boarding pass, the guy from the airline tells me "It's ok Mr.Anon, you can pass", and right after that a guard when i was about to go to the plane a guard froze me and says >-Where are you from? >-From... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was planning for this summer to make a trip in there but since there has been in the last months an escalation of violence between the PKK and the turkish army I'm starting to think it's not a so great idea Anyone has been there? is it really "so dangerous"? is it worth?
Why the fuck? I usually don't like when people tell people not to go South America, the Middle East, Africa, etc because of "violence" but my understanding is that Kurdistan is literally a warzone right now. What possible enjoyment could you get as a tourist? Might as well go to Aleppo or some shit right now
Going to kuala lumpur then singapore on June for 1 week, any ideas for places to go? I'm not the party kind of traveler not really into drinking and stuff, more on scenic shit like, temples, shrines museum, food trips and other shit.
Any travel tips, warnings, suggestions would be appreciated.
If you want to check the Kuala Lumpur skyline out from above, go to the top of the petronas twin towers and not the tower; Since there are two towers its very unique that you get to see the building you are in next to you from the top.
In Singapore i would also recommend going up the marina bay sands at dusk. Its spectacular.
Ony went to the singapore state museum. Pretty interesting exhibition on the history of singapore.
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