Im planning on going a month to NY, i already see a nice flat there, the mainly reason is to improve my english (im from argentina) but i wanna know what else i can do within a month, like some kind of business course (im 21, turning 22 this year) something that give some certificate that get a lot of value to my resume here where i live (Argentina) to get all the juice possible my stay there do i make self clare? Thanks
Looking for countries in Europe to do a bachelors degree in History. Im from Argentina but I wanna do the course in English, im looking for a place that isnt waaay to expensive but i dont mind paying up to €2000 a year. Any recommendations?
Hey travelers. Thinking about RVing in Utah. What are some things I should look out for when renting RV? Anyone have any experince with RVing or renting RVs?
I went to Moab, Utah three years ago. I stayed at a hotel on the main road there, and had a great time. Want to go again, but instead want to go from drive the RV park to park and well, park the rv, and enjoy the park.
Hey guys, I intend to go do Chinese New year in Chinatown. How to do it right? There appears to be two festivals, a firecracker and cultural festival on Feb 8th and a parade on Feb 14th.
Has anybody ever gone to one of their festivals? Is one better than the other? Advice for a first timer? Travel advice, vendor advice, anything you can offer. I'm not Chinese but can speak a little. Will there be restaurants open? Best spots to visit? I intend to travel from eastern Pennsylvania.
I have a decent career but I want to take a 9 week break to teach english in china and get it out of my system (my company will allow this long max.). I am prepared to volunteer but it seems that these programs are either restricted to summers or in crappy locations with accommodation that isn't good for a bachelor like home stay or need to pay for bad home cooked meals etc.
Should I just get a normal one year contract and then break it after 9 weeks I'm ready via midnight run or something ? What are the consequences of this ? Could I be blacklisted... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I should also add the reason I wouldn't want to do a summer is that they normally involve being isolated in a camp or teaching weekends and nights......also I want to have the "real experience" of teaching in a classroom and not tutor some kids after class
I got a job recently and I'm going to have to move. They have many offices and are letting me have a top / bottom 3. They can guarantee I won't have any of my bottom 3, but my top 3 are merely hopefuls. However I really don't know much about these places that I have options for. Maybe I can get some insight from this pace. Here are the locations I have options for:
Anchorage, Alaska Little Rock, Arkansas Sacramento, California Atlanta, Georgia Springfield, Illinois Boston, Massachusetts Detroit, Michigan St. Paul, Minnesota Santa... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Top 3 would be difficult but I can give you some you absolutely should not probably take (then again I don't know your interests so I'm taking a shot in the dark) >Madison, WI Wisconsin in general is just hell >Charleston, WV I actually kinda like WV in a weird way but it is also hell on earth too. >Nashville, TN Just a shit city IMO, really gritty. >Olympia,WA Unless you really want to be close to Seattle, most parts in WA... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1064984 You should give us some more info about you. Things like what climate you prefer; what hobbies you have, whether you're into nightlife or professional sports, or hunting moose... What sort of scenery or activities you're into as the life in Boston, Atlanta and St Paul is going to be much different from life in the smaller towns.
>Wisconsin in general is just hell Funny you say that, my buddy who did an internship there said the same thing.
>I actually kinda like WV in a weird way but it is also hell on earth too. >Just a shit city IMO, really gritty. >I would consider SC if it was Charleston, I really like that city, otherwise as a former North Carolinian I can tell you SC sucks
Honestly picking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /trv/ luckily I might have the chance to spend the summer with true Navajo natives. My father is a member of the tribe, so I think they'll be accepting of me. Is there anything I need to know about the deserts of Arizona/ weather/ equipment I'd need to work and explore at the same time/ Mexican drug trafficking in the Texan/Mexico region. Also, if they accept me as a member of the tribe, I might be able to live with them as my father had the chance to live among them after he became member. Thanks for the replies in advance if I forget about this post.
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My buddy who I interned with is going to show me around India in a few months. To get a more authentic experience I was considering a "let the chips fall where they may" attitude towards my bowel movements. Good idea? y/n
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Going to Antarctica in a few weeks on a cruise, has anyone ever been? Anything that I need to bring that I might not think about? I have plenty of camera equipment, polarizing filters, GoPro, etc. Any tips, gear suggestions, or things that I must try and see?
Hello folks, I'm planning the trip of a lifetime for myself and my partner (the trip of our lifetime, I'm sure many of you seasoned travelers won't be phased by this) and would love suggestions on editing the route, or where I need to visit, places good to stay at etc just any general tips for this specific journey.
We live in the UK and are going to get a ferry the the netherlands, spend a few days in amsterdam and work our way up to denmark, spend some time there, go up to sweden, then finland, then russia (st petersburg) then backtrack to go to norway,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What sort of advice are you looking for though? Anything specific?
It seems like a decent enough route. Research getting visas for Russia before going, you can't just show up at the border. Faroe Islands are interesting but might be too expensive for this trip, I suggest spending that money in Iceland instead. Unless you specifically want to see them, there's really nothing in particular that is great about the Faroes, they're more of a novelty location. Your budget is good for this trip, even though these are some of the worlds most expensive countries,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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