It depends where you're coming from. I would say something like Spain, but it's because I don't live in a country that's warm and has palm trees. If you're coming from somewhere like Mexico, then it might not be as cool as seeing something else. Generally if you're coming from outside of Europe and already paying for the expensive plane ticket then it's dumb to just stay in one European country, moving around in the EU is cheap and easy.
>>1064272 >It depends where you're coming from. This.
And, by coming from, everyone means what are you used to? what do you like to do? where else have you been? do you want famous things or emptiness? are you a music or history fan? literary? do you like city life or nature from vacations?
Safetywise, I'd recommend iceland, norway, ireland if you want to rent a car and drive around, and if a woman and relying on public transport, Austria, cause I haven't been since... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm planning to go on a trip to Mexico City in march. Where do I get cheap flights from Germany? Is Air Iberia to be recommended? Any tips for picking a hotel? What should I avoid at all costs? Oh, and what should I definitly visit when I'm there? General tips are appreciated
>>1059069 >What should I avoid at all costs? Hail a taxi on the street, calling for a taxi, and using any public transportation. At. All. Use your hotel and the more expensive drivers and cars they have vetted. A local guide for the day to go around town would be a great idea if you are alone and the tall light skinned person.
Everything in a basic guidebook is indeed all the highlights. Where you want to stay depends on your restaurant desires, i'd say. The park has terrific museums,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
they're only the really really bad in europe, would be perfectly fine for a domestic south sudan flight. not every airline has to be good. if you didn't have bad experiences with them, good for you, keep going. i just had enough of the 6-8 hr delays and waiting in a tent to be carried with a bus to the aircraft to meet the clueless stewards sort of deal.
>>1063521 I'll dig up some articles for you. The developed part, if you let the Thais tell it, is because they are the only Asian country that was never colonized.
Thailand has a birthrate issue, but so do many developed societies these days. The women do outnumber the men, though, and abortions are not common. Most will have the kid if they get knocked up. The niceness has a lot to do with the whole Buddhist thing and also their cultural concept of "sanuk"
>>1063543 Not sure why I am googling this for yu when you can do it yourself. Also do note that a lot of the women you see are far younger than than look. Like most Asians Thais don't hit the wall until their 60s/70s. And look very young until then. My girlfriend is 30 and looks 15.
>>1064433 Not OP, but this is actually interesting to some of us. I've done travel to look for fossils and rocks and stuff. Hiddenite, NC has some very unusual minerals that you can only find there, and Utah has some awesome fossils. Herkimer is so cool because the Herkimer crystals form so slowly that they're usually more transparent and double-terminated, and some of them may even have petrol inclusions inside of them.
All up and down the east coast are places to find cool treasures like this. It's a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a britfag engaged to an American. Looking at all the visas and requirements etc is extremely overwhelming, confusing and depressing. Does anyone have any experience with this? We've mainly been looking at her moving to the uk, but I'm open to look at moving to the US. Whichever way round is easier. We just want to finally live in the same damn country. Which way around is easier (us to uk, uk to us) and which visas are the easiest to do?
Probably would be easier for her to go to UK with you. The immigration act of 1965 closed the door to white euros and swung the door wide open to the third world. If you had been mexican rather than British you would have no problem getting a visa.
>>1064225 >closed the door to white euros and swung the door wide open to the third world. If you had been mexican rather than British you would have no problem getting a visa Yeah, this is what pisses me off he most. It's the same in Britain. Not trying to be /pol/ or anything but they make it hard as fuck for people like my fiancée but some 3rd world shit that can't speak English literally just knocks the door and Britain does everything for them, gives them a place to live, everything hassle free
I'm a pharmacist in Australia. Managed to find a job despite the fact that the job market is saturated. What I love is teaching though. I took part in teaching voluntary programs during summer and I really enjoyed them, and I find teaching much more rewarding than my current job as a pharmacist. Is a career change (i.e. becoming a high school teacher) worth it?
My parents taught for their careers, and they think that it is ridiculous how I am thinking of this career change.
Another question: I have citizenship in another country. I am interested in working... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1063918 Did you ask the exact same question on here recently?
Pharmacists make a lot more money than teachers do. Why not work as a pharmacist for a few more years, get some contacts in a local university and try teaching courses there? High school teachers have it pretty rough for the most part.
>>1063967 Yes but I don't think you replied. I really hate studying Pharmacy. I really don't want to go to grad school and study more courses related to Pharmacy. Well I think I can earn enough to live comfortably as a teacher even though I earn less than a pharmacist, so the decrease in salary does not matter that much. I can also work in international schools and travel the world and these schools pay pretty well.
They have to quit their jobs in their homelands and there is no guarantee that they will get their jobs back. Why would a firm hire someone who quit their jobs for a year or two? They will probably forget what they learned. Why don't these people just travel during their holidays if they want to see the world? Becoming an ESL teacher makes no sense.
>They have to quit their jobs in their homelands and there is no guarantee that they will get their jobs back. Many people do it directly out of university. There's no guarantee of anything in life. No guarantee you won't one day regret your commitment to the rat race. No guarantee you won't die tomorrow.
>Why would a firm hire someone who quit their jobs for a year or two? Why not? This isn't some fucking rule.
>They will probably forget what they learned. Why?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1063894 >No guarantee you won't one day regret your commitment to the rat race. No guarantee you won't die tomorrow. What are the chances of thaf happening? Very unlikely? It is a waste to just go teacg ESL abroad when you can progress onwards towards a nice job. >Why not? This isn't some fucking rule. Think about it. Let's say a Law graduate can't find a law job after graduation. His chances of finding one in future years is very unlikely. Who the fuck will hire him instead of a local graduate? >Yup I'm gonna forget everything I learned about finance in 4 years of college just because I sang songs to some kids in Taiwan for a year. See above. >Because traveling alone is a net loss of money while teaching pays you? But you can find a well-paid, stable job which pays WAY more than teaching English abroad.. >You make no sense, and on top of it you are clearly that pertinacious ESL hater that has showed in the last couple threads. Dude, give it a rest. Who?
Not all our lives revolve around ruthlessly chasing careers and money and whatever yuppie lifestyle your soulless boring bitch ass Chinese parents beat you into wanting. Just imagine it, graduating uni and going straight into working 9-5 to afford your studio apartment and $10 beers at some shitty inner city pub just to be desirable to other pretentious cunts when you could be living free, watching the Ganges roll by or camping in the Sahara. Stay pleb mother fucker
Not worth the money. I mean I like the extra legspace but the other extras are things I don't care for. And just legspace isn't worth that kind of money. The only possible exceptions are long flights. But unless you go to another continent - not worth considering.
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