>>1055813 I don't think they have a "winter," but just this season that's not as hot as usual but more rain so there's less humidity? As such, outdoor activities aren't so great. But you could still enjoy the market and other things. Some people do the whole hiking thing which is unbearable during monsoon season.
>>1055639 Mexianon here. U will be cool unless u seek for troubles mate. Never trust anyone. Can u speak spanish? Which cities will u visit? Carry small pocket money and only necessary debit and/or credit cards. Do not seek drugs neither be openly dumb by flashing money amd valuables. Take into account since December 12th many mexican eople start holidays in this failed shitholish country
Going to be headed to Portland, Oregon next month with friend. Anticipate spending some of the time outside/wandering around until we get set up with jobs. Was looking for something like in picture but for $30 or less. Also, any tips regarding traveling and temporarily living on the streets welcomed. Can't really find anything online that isn't just a plain canvas duffel bag for cheap.
Sort of off topic, but just want to warn you that you and your friend will be one of a few thousand homeless already looking for a job. It's not an easy city to find work, because it's a prime destination for people who are trying to do exactly what you're doing. It's a great city with a lot to do, but come with some emergency money so you don't get into serious trouble.
Which countries are not safe [for pussy white niggas like u]? Please add to this because I want to go to Latin American countries and Africa but I'm too lazy to research each individual nation's entire history and societal structure. I just want to avoid getting killed by stinky ISIS faggots, Mexican cartels, and whatever other African fucks besides ISIS East are out there.
I've always wanted to travel and see new places. It's fun, eye-opening, and lets you discover new music, foods, and friends that you wouldn't have otherwise.
In regards to what it's done for me, well... traveling has helped me build my confidence immensely. Before I took my first trip, I was a socially awkward virgin who couldn't string together more than a few sentences or talk to a woman unless I was blackout drunk. I was always afraid of getting judged, couldn't converse with strangers, had no hobbies, and was an all-around autist who did little more than sit home and play video games all day.
Now I've slept with about twenty women, have had a few long-term relationships, and feel comfortable in my own shoes - which is probably one of the best outcomes I could have gotten from traveling. I know myself better, know what I enjoy better, and think I've become an all-around better person.
I hope I don't sound to cliche, but whatever. Traveling really did help me build myself up and gave me a lot of cool stories and friends and things to look forward to.
Can anyone from expereince tell me how warm it is likely to be?
websites suggest a bit chilly and a jacket will be needed, but looking at historical temperaturres for last 2 years suggests low 20's celcius which is pretty nice for a northern european (shorts weather).
From Vegas Pants, light jacket. If you're from a place with real winter seasons, you won't find Vegas to be nearly as bad. Now, if you're going outside of Vegas to the places like you've pictured, you're gonna want more. It's damn cold out near arizona and Utah. This is where you'd find places like your picture.
thanks, no will just be on strip day and night walking it i the day between resort and likely in the evening occasionally... are your suggestions daytime or night, or both, if it is low 20's in day we consider that nice summer day in n europe. is that likely?
>>1053145 Prepare for 10C weather because that'll probably be more the average. It's below 20C already here, with some nights hitting the 35-40 Ferenheit mark. Not sure where that lands on the Celsius scale but it definitely gets pretty cold. If your winters average less that 10C you'll love the weather here.
Recommend nights on the strip as its definitely more lively. But day time trips are better because you'll have smaller crowds and less drunk tourists.
I found really cheap tickets (40 euro both way) from where I live (Warsaw) to Kutaisi in Georgia.
I'm thinking of jumping on the offer but I'm worried this might be a bad idea with all the ISIS shit going on. Has anyone from this board been there or to the surrounding countries? What the prices like? I'm sort of on a tight budget and the return flight would be a week after I arrive in Georgia.
Anyone else here travel largely to try new food? This is something I almost never see on /trv/, which is a shame.
Singapore is amazing for this, the food you get in hawker centres is a slightly sterilised version of street food from India, Malaysia etc., but with the added bonus that you're far less likely to get sick from it. Absolutely delicious, I'd recommend Singapore to anyone looking to try new food. If you have a local friend, even better - Singaporeans are fucking obsessed with food. My buddy's gf took us out to a place in the heartlands to get... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1051599 Never got it in China (got regular diarrhea, but not Travelers), but got Travelers Diarrhea in Burma. Fucking sucks, you have it coming out both ends for a few days, can't eat anything, and get weak (had difficulty carrying my bag by the end).
I lived in China for a year and never got it though, I'll say that.
Take precautions just in case. Try not to eat from really shitty places. Take some immodium with you, and those rehydration packs. There are also plenty of isotonic drinks in Asia to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi all, I'm an Aussie looking to work in Canada sometime in 2016 and am trying to gather as much accurate info (and funds) as I can. My problem is all the info I'm finding is pretty conflicting. Some sources say to go with a company like Global Work & Travel Co, whereas some say they're a total scam and you're better off organising it yourself. Some sources also say applying for a working visa can take up to 4-5 years and you'll only be approved if you have savings of around $15,000 and a University Degree... Whereas.. my friend works in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1057506 Also, if so, how did a classmate of mine get a job in Canada being a bricklayer with no further education after Year 12 (apart from his brickie apprenticeship), at the age of 19?? He's been living there for 3 years now working on construction sites...
Anyone who's visited/vacationed in/ lived in Vancouver here? How is it? I'd like to spend sometime there this summer while on my school break, but I'm still in the very early planning stages How cheap can a trip there be??
Where are you traveling from? What are your interests?
I spent 18 years there growing up. I know about most things other than the bar scene.
You can get in a good hostel like this for http://www.hihostels.ca/westerncanada/168/HI-Vancouver_Jericho_Beach/index.hostel for $30. I'd put at least another $30/day for doing stuff, food and travel. Could try couchsurfing.
It's a great setting for a city, but it isn't that great a city to live in. If you're into restaurants, there's really good seafood, and a variety of ethnic food.
What could you possibly need to know? You are on a cruise. They will take you places, they will feed you shit, or good food at an exorbitant price. You will get off the ship at ridiculously overpriced markets with the other 5000 captives. You will have to buy their boioze at 10x markup.
In conclusion, cruise companies make sure to give you the bare minimum to keep you alive while gently soaking and drying you in salt water and sunshine in order to squeeze every last dime from your credit limit.
>>1056950 >I'll be going on a Princess cruise around the caribbean on January. >Does anyone here have any experience with them? I'd appreciate it if you shared tips or info. A level above the NCL and RC regular ship, and two level above the low tier Carnival experience. Ship and food perks aside, it simply means you'll be traveling with people an economic class above that riffraff (and possibly a little older too).
Buy travel insurance that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Step one: Unlock your self phone. Make sure it's GSM (sim card) or GSM capable
Step 2: Buy cheap prepaid sim card
I am in Bahrain now. I got a plan with Viva. Sim 2BD. 1BD of that went to the account. They have a prepaid plan of 2gb, unlimited Viva calls, 50 minutes free non-viva, and something else international (didn't pay attention because I'd use data for internatiinal calls through whatsapp or LINE.). Got the sim card Weds or Thurs. It's Saturday. I burned through the 2gb already. Do they cut it off? Nope. Just slow speeds from LTE. You... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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