I want to go to Chernobyl, more specifically i want to go where ever the fuck i want in the exclusion zone without the need of a guide/guided tour and i kinda want to go to the powerplant itself. What like license/permission do i need.
Where are the best places to find traditional Catalan food in Barcelona? My itinerary is sorted, i'm now just looking for the best food possible, whether that be restaurants, markets or cafés. Any suggestions?
>>926214 In any bar or restaurant (non-immigrant). I'm not a Catalan, I live in Asturias, but have traveled a lot to Catalonia, I recommend you eat breakfast "Catalanas" (traditional food there), are pieces of bread cut in half, with tomato, ham (if possible Iberian, the better) and olive oil (very healthy). I in my house I usually eat breakfast every day.
>> If you cany get laid in your home country, you cant get laid in japan.
I really feel this should be added to the sticky to , hopefully, avoid cringe worthy questions.
That aside, wanted to know if there are any houses/ apartments in the kyoto area with central heating/ac. Ive looked at a few places and either im unlucky or those things dont exist (at least in my price range).
I remember watching a documentary about Japanese martial arts while in Japan last year. There was a statistic like "about 60% of members of kendo clubs in big cities are foreigners" which made me laugh. Why must gross weebs continue soiling the reputation of foreigners?
>>926244 I dont know anything about kendo. But socially inept neckbeards dont usually participate in sports clubs. If i had the time i wouldnt mind trying it either, since all i had back home was hockey and soccer.
Me and my friend are planning a trip to Costa Rica next summer. I've researched the different regions but am unsure of which to go to. Does anyone have any experience traveling there to either the Pacific side or the Caribbean side? What mode of transportation would be best to get around the country?
Also, any suggestions on where to go that do not include touristy areas?
>>925271 Ignore Caribbean side. It's all about the Pacific.
25% of the country is parkland and protected. The reason to go to this country is to enjoy that protected nature (and it's waters) by going to their National Parks. So, you do a little guided rafting trip combined with cloud walk/ rappelling trip. Dirt cheap. Enjoy a little eco-beachlike hotel or lodge on the coast, shower outside, stay in a treehouse open air kind of room, kind of thing...enjoy delicious food...all in safety.
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Pros: Less security More legroom Better baggage policies Concessions available Scenery
Cons: Travel time much greater Intermediary stops (if you get annoyed by that kind of thing) Less accessible (far fewer stations than airports/many places don't have one anywhere near) Stations located in "the bad part of town" (not always)
Overall is say the train in more leisurely and perhaps more adventurous, but far less efficient pruely as transportation.
Northeast corridor (DC - Baltimore - Philly - NYC - Boston) - Amtrak is generally better than flying (although bus may be even better than Amtrak). Pretty much anywhere else, Amtrak is not worth taking... unless you have plenty of time and want to enjoy a scentic route.
A few of my friends have become obsessed with travel, but I can't seem to find the appeal of any of the things they talk about. >taking photos of shit >eating "real" food >booze >buying crap >sex That's it? Is that really all there is to travel?
>>924198 God no, I want to move away from my home town, but none of that shit appeals to me. I'm in a relationship that's not lacking in sex, I don't drink, I don't care about food and I really don't care about taking photos or even looking at shit half of the time. That's all it ever really seems to boil down to, looking at shit.
Britfag here, why is it when Latin people (Spanish ,Italians, South Americans etc) come into your hostel room you fill up with hope, knowing that there will be a warm and social atmosphere within the room but when a German arrives you know you will have to deal with a piss faced cunt for a few days.
>>911041 because their minds dont think like normal humans. They have NO senses of humor, literally you tell them a joke and they will wonder why you intentionally said an illogical and untrue story. They don't really know how to relax, the german mind is always obsessed with seeking effeciency and perfection, and feel they have to do everything to its fullest potential. Losing at a game of darts, for instance, to a brit is just something that happens. To a german it is a shameful display of laziness and ill preperation.
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>>922849 Yep. She was from a fairly new company and the company targets (English-speaking) foreigners on their website as their niche. They have some pretty girls that speak English, but I found they bent over backwards to help me because I spoke passable Japanese.
Depends on what your standard of living is and your sailing experience. What size boat are you looking at? How handy are you at fixing things? Are you looking to buy at a lower price and fix her up yourself or do you want one that will require minimal set up?
Hey /trv/ I'm going to SK for a few weeks in Jan and want to hear what people's experiences with the country and the cold weather was/is like.
I'll be staying in Seoul mainly, but plan to backpack around the country for a week or so.
Some questions: >Has anyone been to Jeju during mid winter? Do many people go there, and is there actually stuff to do during that time? >Can anyone recommend cities/places that are specifically nice during winter? >How many layers... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>919594 I'd compare the winter to a typical Norwegian winter, not much below zero. A warm jacket and a sweater underneath should be all you need. You'll find easily accessible hostels anywhere, don't need to know much to ask for "room" and pay for it. Most hostels can also use a free translating service, should be no problem. Christmas in Seoul is a very much couples thing, not that much to do if you're single, I guess
>>919594 Whether you should buy the KTX rail pass or not depends on how much you want to travel around, or how quickly you might get bored at one location. I'd probably visit a mountainside village for a while, then head for Seoul or Busan.
>>919605 Will it be easy to get a hostel room by just showing up on the day, and not having made any previous booking?
>>919606 Most of my time will be spent in Seoul, then I'll go to Busan stopping at two or three places along the way. No idea how much a regular ticket costs (e.g Seoul to Busan) so can't really tell if the pass is good value or not
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