DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ASIAN NIGHTLIFE AND WESTERN NIGHTLIFE IN YOUR EXPERIENCE (clubs, dance festivals etc) shit like how physical these girls are with strangers etc, what can you do and not do as a comparison
>>912269 well for me its really really different. I'm not sure were you have been but western girls are much much more chill. and I have never pulled a girl in asia who isnt obviously a hooker. In western countries i have taken so many girls home. Plus in Asia (Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Japan) its really hard if you are not white in clubs...thoughts?
>>906683 The wage is higher but the rent and other costs are higher too, so there isn't much difference to other places. It all depends on what you like, if you're into surfing, then LA is the choice, but if you like skiing, you'd probably prefer Seattle or something.
Just for fun. It's interesting to see how people around the world live.
Pick a picture that is taken within 0-2 minutes walking distance of your home. Kinda lame if someone who lives in the outer parts of paris posts a picture of the Eiffel tower.
So this is where I live, it's a part of central Stockholm (Which is the capital of Sweden for those who didnt know) called Hornsbergs strand.
The area is a bit sleepy but we have like a 30 second walk down to the water from our house entrance so that's great. We have a little mini-gym made out of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
North Carolina reporting in. I'm in Charlotte, the largest cit in the state, but there is a system of "green ways" and creeks that provide forage and corridors for getting around for various critters.
Picture is in my back yard, it's been sort of fun having the deer come by, but the numbers are starting to get really high and they are on the point of becoming a nuisance. Will be interested in seeing how the city copes with it.
In addition to the deer, I've had several sorts of hawks, some racoons, possums and once a wild turkey (which is... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Reunion Island here. I live a short distance outside of the most touristic town of the island.
Pros: Best beaches (with the island's coral reef) are a 3mn drive. Local nightlife is much more alive than most other towns (tropical islands tend to be super quiet after nightfall). Weather like pic related 300days+ /year (between the coral reef and the mountain as a backdrop, we have a microclimate when some other parts of the island are under pouring rain 9 months/year). Neighborhood is quite new, so infrastructures are better than most parts of the island... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
First stay for me coming up, but i've researched a bit.
Yeah, you'll need to reserve, I did my reservation online but this hostel doesn't charge until check-in, so I assume they ask to reserve so they don't overbook. And yeah don't see why a single night would be frowned upon.
That's exactly what hostels are for. A place to sleep. Most guests are one night only. You can check in at 11pm and check out at 3am for all we care. Your roommates will probably hate you and you're not getting a refund. But it's basically just like a hotel. Reservations are sometimes necessary, weekends and summer especially. Just call or email. I work in a hostel.
I made this thread a couple of times before. Although some friendly posters helped me keep it bumped for a short while, I wasn't able to post often after my laptop's motherboard got fried. Now that I've bought a new computer, I figure I'll give this another go, despite the fact that /trv/ has way more shit-posters than I remember.
So yeah, here I am again: ask a guy who hitchhiked around Iceland and from London to Istanbul before spending three-and-a-half months living in New Delhi anything. I'll post pictures in roughly chronological... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was gone for almost five months on my last trip. I left at the very beginning of May and returned closer to October than not. I spent a week and a half in Iceland and mid-May until mid-June hitchhiking from London to Istanbul. I did cheat once or twice (I was hitchhiking because I was broke, not just because I thought the idea was cool), like when I took a paid car from Sarajevo to Belgrade in order to ensure my arrival in Istanbul in time to catch a flight to Dubai.
I saved $2900 or so for this trip and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Oh, and I turned 21 in August. I afford traveling by way of two part-time jobs. I don't think I'm going to go anywhere overseas again until I finish getting my BS in Neuroscience, but I might take a trip down to South or Central America this coming summer or next winter break. I'm going to India again for a month and a half, starting in three weeks, but I think I'm going to take it easy on traveling until I graduate. As much of an addiction as I feel like I'm starting to develop, I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>916332 Hey guys, I'll spending a night in Phuket, second week of Jan, and possibly a day (0800-1700) in Bangkok. I plan on taking the train+bus from Bangkok to Phuket and staying at a semi decent hostel/hotel for the night there. any advice on what to do/how to make the most of it also what not to do/avoid would be appreciated.. Cheers
There was a red light district with whores sitting on display like 5mins from my hotel back when I visited Osaka. Anyone have any personal experience with Japanese prices etc? I'm heading back in December
>>918561 That place is called Tobita Shinchi and there's no other place like it in Japan. I'm not usually into paid sex but I also wanna go there next year.
Some badass old dude Japanese shop keeper told me about it, said to go there and experience it because the Japanese government are most likely shutting it down within the next few years. I didn't go though, and regret it now. But expect to be paying at least $100 for any kind of service
I've heard that Americans are considered rockstars in poor countries and I really want to take this to the next level.
I just got fired from my job so I plan on selling my car for about 5k and heading flying off to a poor country. I have decent enough vocals and I figure I can hire a band to back me up. I plan on being shamelessly fake about my image and trying to play off the idea that Americans are rebellious badasses that play by their own rules.
I've come here to see if any of the travel gurus can offer me advice on which country to select. I don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>896495 Yeah I have actually, you could even say I'm using the internet right now to research an idea that I have. Isn't that wild? That I am using the internet to gather information and it's so subtle that you don't even realize it?
So... my US company got bought by a Japanese Company a year ago. And now they plan to copy part of the engineering department there and they are asking for people to go there and start things. They already sent people from there here to get trained but they need more people with experience and since I'm the only one from the engineering department that actually knows Japanese (well, got a JLPT Level 4 approved and thinking on taking the level 3) they asked me if i wanted to move there for good. In the beginning i was like "where do i sign?" but then it hit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> How is the office work environment in Japan? You WILL work overtime, unpaid, every-fucking-day. That means you have to show up at least 20 minutes early, stay for your normal 8-9 hours, then stay until around 9 at night. Yes, that mean you'll get home around 10. Yes, that means you'll have almost no time for the vidya or 4chan.
> How different from the US? I am going to assume you mean the work environment. From what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Do any of you like to take a novel with you on your travels? Say, when you're waiting at a train station or at the beach, just having a nice read always brings joy to me on my trips-- even if it's just to kill some time :)
Yeah and sometimes pick them specially for the places I am going to be travelling, like Rayuela when I went to Paris or Dubliners when I went to Ireland. I find that I always have time for reading when I'm travelling because all of the trains/buses/flights or the hours spent just chilling
travelling stories thread? >be inter-railing back to england from prague with my travelling partner ollie >decide to visit my german friend along the way >turns out she got kicked out and lives with her boyfriend and his parents >luckyly they're sound and let us stay for a couple nights >never met her boyfriend before, turns out he's a huge punk >Mohawk, dreads at the back, dreads... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>In Norway >Me and couple of friends trying to hitchhike our way from countryside to Bergen >Wait at some gas station >Rainy as fuck and no one stops >After like 3 hours waiting there someone finally gives us a ride >Cant take us all the way to Bergen but can shorten the distance for us >Lithuanian guy >bad ass looking, too serious >uncomfortable ride the first 10 minutes >Eventually got pulled over by an officer for speeding >Mad as fuck >Officer has to change from Norwegian to English because he is not following >Receives his fine >Tells us he has to pay 8000KR >nearly 1000 euros >Awkward silence >"I am not telling my wife about this" >We all lol'd >All of a sudden guy becomes super talkative and trip turns out to be very chill afterwards
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