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britbong here
gonna be studying abroad at the university of texas, never been to america before, need general advice on how to get the most out of this year
>what should i do
>what should i not do
>where are all the parties at

i like good beer and music, both live music and dance music
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get hyped for some high test longhorn pussy
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>>1132051
UT student here. Lol I remember a couple of britbongs JUST like yourself my freshman year.

I'm assuming they're going to stick you in the dorms, jester specifically.

If you can, find a way to get out of this. That place is fucking garbage.

Britbong, listen to me. That accent is going to get you mad freshman pussy at UT. I witnessed it myself.

Just be prepared to hate UT campus because it fucking sucks. Austin is what is fun about UT, and I'm assuming you won't have a...
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>>1132051
Parties are in West Campus.
Rush a SMALL fraternity. Trust me on this one. Please. A small fraternity will be happy to have you. It will enhance your experience immensely.

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Have you ever went hitchhiking/traveling with almost no money? How did you survive? Any tips? Books? etc.

I think I need at least a year out of my current life.
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I live on around 3 euro per day when I'm in Europe. I don't know if this is possible in America since food's a lot more expensive here. You could panhandle or dumpster dive I guess.
The saving money part is easy. What's tricky is keeping morale up for long periods. Get a good tent and sleeping bag, otherwise carry as little as you possibly can. Too much weight will weigh you down physically and emotionally.
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>>1131995
Any tips on living cheap whilst travelling?
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>>1131898
i'm kind of in the smae bind as you OP i really want to get out of where I am and travel in Europe but i have no money (or almost none). Maybe get a quick job on the road was a sort of plan but i'm afraid i'm a bit too naive about this sort of thing happening (having a job for a week or something just to carry on with your trip) ?

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Apart from weed and hookers what else can you find in Amsterdam?
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mushrooms and ectsasy
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>>1131809
Nothing
most overrated city in the world.
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What else do you need?

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I have a long distance relationship with a girl in Tunisia. She often travels to france so we are planning on meeting there.
Im wondering the cheapest way to travel out there. I love on the east cost of Pennsylvania.
Doing some research on Google I found out about repositioning cruises.
Are there any other cost effective ways of traveling the Atlantic?
Pic unrelated
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Swimming
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>>1131519
Ryanair
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>>1131523
Ryanair doesn't fly out of the US.

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I'm planning a visit to the Galapagos, for diving and hiking.

Should I take a cruise around? Can I just take a boat from island to island? how are the tourists? guesthouses?

any general advice?
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>>1131490
Did a 14 passenger cruise around, that was a damn good way to get around and see as much as possible. But you might find it to restrictive and scheduled for your tastes, I don't know.

If you stay in either f the towns there were guest houses and such, and there seemed to be boats doing day trips to dive spots, which would seem to be legal, and to some of the islands in the park which might not be (access to the park, most of the islands, is pretty strictly regulated.) Not sure what you mean by "how...
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>>1131745
cheers
So if I understand correctly, the usual thing is to get to Santa Cruz, then find a diving tour?
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>>1131764
I don't know if it's the usual thing; as I said, that's not what I did. But my sense was, that is a possible thing. Also, at least some of the cruise boats are set up to support diving.

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Not wanting to sound like a Real Travellerâ„¢, but do you guys have any good recommendations for /things to do, places to see, experience, eat/ that are unique or out of the ordinary travel options for the following places?

>Bucharest, Romania
>Cluj, Romania
>Romania in general
>Sofia, Bulgaria
>Bulgaria in general
>Zagreb, Croatia
>Pula, Croatia
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I've already got a little bit on my list, but I'm looking to expand it further or hear any comments of any experiences about them:

>Romania
- Enigma bar in Cluj
- Turda salt mine
- Hoia Baciu forest
- Geamana
- Bigar Cascade Falls
- Chipul Iui Decebal
- Golubac Fortress
- Merry Cemetery
- Peles Castle
- Mud Volcanoes in Buzau
- Beer O'Clock in Bucharest
- Green Hours in Bucharest

>Bulgaria
- Fabrica 126 in Sofia
- The Hole in Tsarichina
- Buzludzha
-...
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>Fabrica 126 in Sofia

IIRC I recommended this to an anon some months ago, same guy? Anyway, for Bulgaria consider adding the following (in order of importance for a tourist).

>Rila Monastery
Wholeheartedly recommending this place, the air and vibe there is just... different.

>Koprivshtica/Zlatograd
National Revival architecture not available in a lot of places anymore. Koprivshtica is more colorful than Zlatograd.

>Krumovo Aircraft...
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>>1131353

Outlook Festival in Pula, Croatia if you're into bass music.

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Argentinian here. I will be completely alone for 3 weeks in Brussels, Belgium. What is there to do?

I will be there by the end of july and most August.

Any suggestion is good.
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>>1131108
Take an Interrail/Eurail ticket and ride around central Europe. Good for day trips too if you feel that you should stay in Brussels for the nights. Use reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en for timetables.
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>>1131152
This.
You can get a solid week of entertainment in Belgium, but not that much more.
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>>1131221
Describe that solid week of entertainment, please.

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I saved up about some cash and plan to quit my shit for brains job and go on a biking tour.

The goal is to start from Alaska and hit the bottom of SA.

Bringing:
Said cash
Shimano
Helmet
Canteen
Tent
3 pairs of clothes
3 days of food/small provisions

Am I ready or crazy?
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Bike tools ?
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>>1130916
Spare tubes, tire pump, patch kit, shock pump, levers, chain lube, etc
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How do you plan to go across the Darien gap?

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first time poster here!, i want you guys to show me nice pics of the nice places you have visited all around the world, since im very sure i will never be able to go outside my country...
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:^)
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>>1130759
>im very sure i will never be able to go outside my country...
Why?
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Tunis-poster here.

My hitchhiking to Bali from Central/Eastern Europe thread is back. The route is:
Warsaw - Kiev - Astana - Almaty - (Kyrgyzstan if available border crossings with China with my passport, want to see it because of the landscapes) - Urumqi - Xi'an - Beijing - Shanghai - Guangzhou - (Hong Kong or Macau, but probably HK, and back to China) - Hanoi - Ho Chi Minh - Phnom Penh - Bangkok - Kuala Lumpur - (ferries trough Sumatra) - Jakarta - Bali

I will not only hitchhike, but also use buses and trains when reaching those cheaper regions (probably Kazakhstan, because supposedly train ticket from Astana to Almaty is less than 10 bucks). I prefer trains to hitchhiking, just because of the comfort and getting to Kazakhstan from Warsaw is still much.

My journey will not only be about driving to the destination, mainly about seeing the landscapes of all those countries, I want the budget to be less than 2,5 euro a day.

I am going to travel in summer and autumn (I know that it will boil my blood, but I somehow enjoy 40°C weather. It's still better than Kazakh winter. I also won't have time in other parts of the year).

I'm aware of pretty unstable situation in Xinjiang, Malay-Thai boundaries and I will skip dangerous regions in Ukraine.

From the last route I have kicked off Singapore, because there are no comfortable ferries from Batam.

If possible, I would like to hitchhike a yacht to Australia, because I have never done that before, but I don't count on that. (don't beat me for that map, I drew it according to where I remembered those cities were)
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also enjoy a pic rel
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>>1130551
Wow. Sounds brave and intrepid. But is it manageable?
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>>1130551
>I want the budget to be less than 2,5 euro a day.
That's crazy. You will starve. Eastern Europe and Central Asia are cheap, but not that cheap.

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New Japan General

As always, feel free to ask about:
>Traveling to Japan
>Living in Japan
>Teaching in Japan
>Joining the Yakuza
>Getting your weeb fantasies crushed

*Info on prostitution*
>http://rockitreports.com/category/sex-in-tokyo/
>http://erolin.net/

*Note about the JR Rail Pass*
Many people ask about whether or not the...
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Why is accommodation in Japan so expensive?
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>>1130227
long term or short term? It's actually pretty reasonable outside of big cities
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Are there any good podcast type learning resources to learn a bit of Japanese? I listen to Pimsleur during my commute currently, but I get the impression it's too formal. Something more conversational.

This may sound stupid, but I'm looking to take a vacation somewhere in the highlighted region (see pic.)

Where's the nicest place to go in said region?
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>>1129431
I'd say the nicest in my personal experience is Dallas, Texas. It's a very modern city, some cool shopping centers and stuff. They've got an in-n-out, if that tickles your fancy.

There's a fuck-ton of highways though, and they're ridiculously high up. I didn't drive, but I'd hate to.
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>>1129445
>from dallas
>literally triggered by this pic

WHY CAN PEOPLE NOT MERGE

WHY DID THEY NOT BUILD THE MERGE LANES BIGGER/LONGER

GEORGE BUSH TO 75 (towards plano) IS HELL

Dallas does have the galleria and northpark (malls) which are great. Some good museums (the crow/dma/nasher).
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>>1129431
Minneapolis if you're going between mid May through mid October

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ITT: Travel questions that don't deserve their own thread
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>>1121003
what are some nice cities with sun and beaches and a nightlife which isnt for plebs?
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>>1121008
in or around Europe pls
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What should you do if youre stuck with zero money and nowhere to sleeo

Going to Lyon tomorrow.
Where do i safely and legally fuck prostitutes?
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>>1132453
>legally

Nowhere, wrong country
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>>1132453
Nowhere it's illegal in France. But it doesn't matter, French women are cool. So long as you're polite, friendly, and they find you attractive you can just ask her if she'd like to have sex and they may say yes.
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>>1132495
ok will try this
merci beacoup

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I've been watching YouTube videos of hipster-y people who live in insanely tiny apartments in NYC and absurd rent for it, like this woman:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZSdrtEqcHU

And it got me thinking: How the fuck does ANYONE (who isn't rich) afford to live in the city? Where does a random Chinese man live in NYC? Or a typical weirdo that you'd pass on the sidewalk? Or the owner of a small struggling souvenir shop? Where do they go at night?

I assume many of them live outside the city where it's cheaper, but what about the millions...
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>>1132273
It gets worse, to rent anywhere you have to go through these bullshit scam agencies where typically you provide first and last month's rent, plus damage deposit before signing "agency lease". Since NYC rent is crazy that's like $9-15,000 USD you have to come up with to get a tiny apartment.

A lof the people you see are either grandfathered into older, rent controlled buildings, live in coops, or live with a dozen roomates like in San Francisco where people split up living rooms into 2 bedrooms...
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>>1132273
I've often wondered this myself
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>>1132275

Jesus christ, I am never moving to NYC.

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