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I currently live in Michigan, USA and would like to move out of state due to the amount of the negativity in my life. (I've had it with this place and these people)
My question is, how do I go about leaving and setting up a new life somewhere different without have to go there first? (I am 22 years and currently unemployed with very little funds at the moment and want to start fresh somewhere new) here new)
I live in Michigan as well. It's not that bad. Given that this is a travel board and not an advice forum, I'd suggest that you ask more particular questions and inform us as to your circumstances. I don't see how we'd be able to provide any information when your question seems to be so vague and open-ended as, "I don't like my life but I have no listed skills or qualifications. How do I go about moving and finding a new job?"
I don't think /trv/ is the right place for that question.
ITT we post reason why we hate where we live and fellow anons suggest places we should visit. I'll start:
>Southern California >Just relax anon, everything is chill >Why would I ever leave California anon? We live in the most beautiful place in the world! >Nothing is walkable >Muh sunny weather >Muh microbrews >Hiking through desert and ferns is... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Missouri >hot and humid as hell in the summer >Icy and gray in the winters >Lots of drug burnouts, a lot of my high school class never left my small town. Working a dead-end job, having multiple kids before 23, becoming a meth head are all too common >lots of fats, strongly connected to poor people >an apparent lack of cultural identity >retarded liberal busybodies... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Russka >shit everywhere >no moneys >no perspectives >shitty weather all year >life in a gommieblock ghetto >stupid people "muh ussr muh pootin" >greedy and unfriendly people everywhere >police is worse than mafia
>>1130433 I've lived in the southeast most of my life, so maybe I can help a little. First off, if you've looking for good food, you're in luck; the southeast has the best food of anywhere in the country. Especially BBQ. Try BBQ in every state if you can; they all have different styles. Particularly, there's a BBQ place in Macon, GA called Fresh Air BBQ that's one of my favorite places. Also, in a town called Forsyth, GA (about 45 minutes south of Atlanta on I-75), there's a restaurant called the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
On your way down from Nashville I'd recommend checking out Asheville, NC. Neat little town in the mountains full of hippies. Good bars though.
Also I'd almost suggest going to Savannah, GA over Charleston but I suppose that depends on what you want to do. Savannah has open container laws downtown making it a great city to drink in, with historic bars right along the river front. Many a good night there eating good seafood and throwing back Jameson in bars as old as our country.
Visa questions: 1. can the embassy actually check with the airline, if i have a ticket booked? -> "hi airline XXX, this is the embassy of XXX, i would like to confirm a ticket reservation" - "sorry, ma'am, this information is confidential" OR "of course, ma'am, let me have a look...currently there is no reservation for this person" which one will it be?
and in regard: 2. best way to fake flight ticket reservations? there are a few sites where you can create a fake ticket, but not sure if this is the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Would be so much easier if you just asked what's the best way to fake a plane ticket for visa application (and if it works/is worth the risk). I'd guess it depends on which country you're applying for.
>>1130060 thanks, for your reply. my question is not only about faking a plane ticket, but about the legal options/background of embassies checking with airlines. as a private person, you can not just call up an airline to ask if someone has a confirmed ticket. at the same time, if you want to do so (for whatever reason), you could just act like you are an employee at an embassy who wants to check a ticket confirmation and get very sensitive data about another person (e.g. in case of burglary etc..) but yes, i am also interested... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1130071 I'd expect airline companies to have at least an internal policy regarding giving personal information about ticket buyers. So I don't think they'd just give it to anyone calling them and claiming to be from the government. I'd expect they'd have set other, not publicly announced ways for governments to contact and get such info. But that's just what I'd expect and do if I were running a company. As for plane tickets for visa application, you could always just buy a legitimate... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Not to hijack the thread, but I have $1200 in travel vouchers from Delta that I need to use by September 7th. Thinking either Brazil, Romania, or India, or some combination of multiple countries. Also have $300 in jetBlue credit.
Head to the Dox gallery for some art, ][ club for music, sculpture museum for scuputes, communist museum is small but informative, food is cheap anywhere out of the city centre, look up what different exhibits they have in the different Narional Galleries. I've been a few times and really enjoyed it.
>>1129576 Prague is pretty fucking great. Food is cheap everywhere outside of the generic touristy areas, and sometimes within them, generally being of decent quality. Go see some cheap theatre if you're into that sort of thing.
They sell these ice creams that have cones made of a crunchy version of cinnamon doughnuts, and are normally layered with Nutella.
Be warned: if you want to go clubbing, there is this 5-story place, can't remember what it's called. Everything is massively overpriced because... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi /trv/, I'm going to make my first international trip in August. The problem is, I experience some difficulties to poop outside of my home. The maximum time I've been outside of it was around 8 days and I got constipated. I managed to evacuate only once and not much would come out. Now that I'll be much more time outside, I'm worried about this.
Does anyone here have or had the same problem? How do/did you cope with it? I'm not gonna explode, right?
>>1129142 Eventually you'll have to shit. You've trained yourself to behave this way, so you can untrain yourself too.
Hot liquids in the morning helps loosen the bowels. Of course, it's better if you can shit in a familiar place. I generally only shit in the hotel I'm staying, or in public places if they have clean, quiet private toilets. Take some laxatives with you, if necessary.
I don't have it as bad as you, OP, but I can't shit when there's other people in the room or within earshot. So I usually NEVER shit in the hotel room unless I'm traveling alone. Usually do it in shopping malls instead.
Did you know that Michigan is actually split in to two distinct parts?
The mitten, and then the other part to the North. I will be traveling to Detroit for business next week; if I have time is it easy and or worth checking out the other part? I have never been to this part of the US before, and didn't realize there was an upper peninsula until consulting a map today.
It's like several hours away to the UP from the Detroit area, bro. There's nothing to see up there unless you get a hard-on for nature (weirdo). There are a couple of cool history attractions in the Detroit area, though. Have you ever been to Greenfield Village or the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant? Those are worth checking out.
I live in the Detroit area and own a small bit of property in the UP. It's a 5 hour drive to get up there and it is beautiful but there isn't much to do unless you are a fan of outdoorsy things. Camping, fishing, hunting. It's very much small towns broken up by huge patches of forest.
Last 2/3 weeks of august some friends and I are planning to do some travelling through the balkans. We're 3 guys in our early 20s and do enjoy culture and scenery, but we also would like to have the option to party. A couple of years ago we went to Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia, so those aren't really an option. We were thinking Bulgaria/Romania, or maybe a trip down the Albanian coastline, ending in Budva. Any tips/recommendations?
>>1124982 Ayy, I'll be in Bulgaria/Romania for the last two weeks of August before I head to Hungary & Poland to meet friends. My itinerary, as of now, looks like: Sofia - 3 days Veliko Tarnovo - 2 days Bucharest - 2 days Sighisoara - 2 days Budapest - 3 days Krakow - 3 days
I'm in a similar position though, anon, still trying to find out more on the countries and some recommendations.
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