>>1062472 First of all, its hip deep in expats who don't follow Islamic rules, so that's a reasonably target-rich environment.
There are also a lot of Muslim women, Arab. Asian and African. For obvious reasons. there needs to be an element of caution there. Many women in UAE will be more open to a little slap and tickle than in more traditional countries, but their husbands/brothers might not be, and the authorities might not be if things bet sticky.
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>>1062476 Compared to many (most) other Islamic or Arabic countries, it is not. The issue is that the women don't come with warning labels to tell you which have a traditional father or brother lurking about.
It really depends on where "across Georgia" takes you. but here are some good restaurants. Dillard House in Dillard Downda Earth in Helen Lil Jakes BBQ in Wrens
Not hole in the wall places to eat that i like Vortex in Atlanta(double or triple bypass burgers are great) They also started serving poutine but i haven't tried it yet. Sushi Yoko/Tamato is a japanese resturant and grocery store on the north east side of atlanta.
as far as shit to do...well you can hit the southern side of the Appalachian trail for some good day hiking. Helen... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Yucatan/Belize Gorgeous clean beaches, but most frontage taken up by private resorts. Not Asia cheap, but affordable accom and food. Sea life pretty intact. >Cambodia OK beaches in tourist areas, but step just outside and it's a trash heap. Dirty backpacker accommodation cheap, but anything better expensive for SEA. >Vietnam Horrific amounts of litter anywhere besides high-traffic foreign tourist beaches (including at a lot of resorts). Incredible... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My family travels but not extensively or adventurously. The only time my dad has ever left the country was for his honeymoon and he doesn't seem too interested in going abroad otherwise. My mom has been a few more places with my step-dad, albeit only in Europe. The same is true of my grandparents, who occasionally go on cruises or small trips with friends around Italy, Germany, France, and so forth. I was never taken overseas growing up, and my parents wouldn't pay for tuition, let alone trips.
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My grandfather on my fathers side spent the first 14 years of his life in India. My grandfather on my mothers side was In India during WW2 and many years living in Israel once retired. (both white British Christians)
I have extended family living in Vancouver, Copenhagen and parts of New Zealand
My dad has lived in Saudi Arabia and Dubai for work and travelled extensively around Europe. He used to Hitch-hike France/Spain in his early 20's.
No one in my family has ever backpacked around the world the way I do. My mother only ever took guided bus trips and now with my dad vacations to warmer countries. My dad is actually in a way well traveled because he used to work on fishing ships and would be flown all over the world to go on his ships. However he never really did much traveling except for 2 month-long trips once to Asia (Bali, Phuket, Borocay only) and to South America (Rio, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires).
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I'm looking to roadtrip around the American South with my friend for about ten days later this month, visiting, and not exclusive to, Hot Spring AR Memphis Nashville Asheville Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans Houston TX Any suggestions or accommodations? Thx
>>1061913 Where from? If you're looking for southern culture, I know a few places. When I'm out of college and settle down I'd love to get into couch surfing, unfortunately I can't host now.
>Oyotunji Village, SC The southeast has the highest number of blacks in the country, back in the 1970s when they were deciding between violence and nonviolence, some nationalists split off and founded a Kingdom that has been recognized by spiritual leaders in East Africa. They practice... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Fort Mountain State Park Weird rock wall that pre-dates Cherokee. The Indian legend is that a small race of people that couldn't see in certain cycles of the moon built it. They found their weakness and killed them, and then used the wall as sacred honeymoon spot, lel >>Rock Hawk Effigy Also paleoindian, from when people were roaming tribes rather than settled like Cherokee or Creek. No ceremonial... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1061930 Thanks! To answer you're question and to provide some information about myself, I'm coming from Austin (Mexican, 21). My friend's only 20. I also lived in Chapel Hill for a year when I was much younger.
So. It has been growing in me for few years already. I want to go for a trip before i will be rooted by a job and family duties.
I am finishing my college soon, and i started thinking about traveling through Europe.
My main problem is that i live in Poland, so i am kinda poor guy. (Currently my monthly income is ~170 EUR, will increase after graduation with full time job tho, but it wouldn't be more like 450EUR/m)
So is Hitchhiking a thing in these years? Will i ne able to travel through Eu by minimizing costs to food mostly?
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People do still hitchike, at least i met a bunch on my 3week trip last summer. Hitchiking itself also went well untill we got in the balkan where everyone is a taxi driver (it could have had something to do with us being 3 ) So i guess you'll be allright hitching ( if you don't look too filthy)
additional funds: look for seasonal harvest jobs like the yearly grape pickings in France. But i guess you can pick oranges in Spain too, idk.
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Oh, I will. If you are uneducated, you can't teach English in Japan. You need a bachelor's degree to do that. If you are only 5'9, you can't model. Also, being "ripped" will not get you a job as a model in Japan. You need to be tall and slim with a handsome face, not a stocky, muscular little fire plug.
You might have better luck in China, no idea, but you'll get no where in Japan.
>>1061211 I am: >good looking > ripped Your insecurity says otherwise. Why don't you stop lying to yourself, and the internets? Have you researched any of these things you want to do, and if not, why do you think your plan is going to work?
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