I need a motorhome. A relatively "affordable", "inexpensive", "economic" one. That is, one that is under 10 grand to buy. I dont want a trailer, or a bus, or something huge. Just a truck pictured, or maybe even a van if a truck isnt possible.
I'd prefer used, as I'm not afraid of learning to repair or replace stuff. I also dont know need anything huge, but would prefer something "decent" in the economic range.
What would your recommendations be under criteria like this?
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This may sound like a stupid question, but what's a good place to experience rain? I'm looking for a nice, comfy, medium-sized city where I can hang out for a month or so and experience a moody, rainy scenery. Looking for maximum level of comfiness.
I've travelled around SEA during the wet season, and while it was fun, the combination of rain and jungle was tiresome after a while. This time I'm leaning more towards a european city. Any suggestions?
You will need a credit card with more than a token limit on it.
Also, quite a lot of rental companies insist on you having been a driver for several years already. I know this from experience.
Might be worth looking in to "international drivers licences". (Usually a cheap process at a post office) These can make a difference to the car rental process in some parts of the world. Not sure about the UK 'cause I have a full licence there.
That other anon is right about drop-off points. You need to think about that.
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You can, but they will charge you an extortionate amount of money. I believe the age the rental rates come down for is 24? I rented a car in the UK when I was 23 and I remember it's been close to 350 pounds for 6 days. I'm now 27 and just booked a rental car for 5 days for around 90 pounds. Unless you want to get to somewhere really obscure and not serviced by trains or busses it's not worth it. Also, don't worry about the international drivers license it makes no difference in the UK.
Hey there! Do you ever thought about visiting the Ukraine? This summer is a great time to do it due to political situation, westerns now are highly welcome here. There is also more occasions to do it: 1) It's cheap as hell. 2) Visa free. 3) Girls will like you for sure. 4) It's safe. No crazy russkies with akas don't swarming everywhere. 5) It's not far if you European. And a special offer - i will guide you for free. But not like shit for the tourists with memorials and parks in the Kiev or Lviv. We could visit as much cities as you want... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1129347 >I'm half Peruvian Okay, let's talk about the fact that you have zero clue about life and travel, really can't believe your questions. If you want to know what kind of food or money you'd need, start adding up airfare, hotels and restaurants. Find some menus online, and hit up expedia or something.
For local places to stay, yes, do count on relatives to host you and show you local experiences firsthand and friends. This can add to expenses not just be "free"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Your relatives there can give you better advice than anyone here.
Would help if you say what you're going to do there, Peru is a pretty big country. If you're going for 2 weeks is it the usual Lima-Cuzco-Inca Trail-Lake Titicaca?
I'd budget $1000 for roundtrip airfare (don't know where you live, or when you're going), another 1000 for travel inside (you can spend a lot less if you're willing to go by bus, but you don't have much time) and $50/day so $700 for a total of 2700. If you're willing to go cheap and/or can mooch... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1128942 I think they will send you away at the border if there is evidence that you have been to Israel. Do you have a passport without Israeli stamps? If so, you might try to fly to Turkey and get to Iran overland? No idea, 2bh.
Tomorrow I'm getting on a train and going to be stuck on it for like 6 or 7 hours or so. It's not even that far, like ~300km, but this mofo stops on every single little insignificant train stop between departure point and arrival. There was no express train either.
Anyway, I'm not a regular here. I'm just stopping by to ask this one question.
What do you guys listen to while travelling? I'm talking podcasts, music, radio, anything. I'm hoping to get some ideas for something fresh.
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You're in the shittiest country in SEA in terms of entertainment. So, first of all vaccinate yourself. After that research the history of the war on your own, try and find local people to guide you some more (not a commercial service) .
lads It took me a bit too long to buy my tickets to Brazil, now they are fucking expensive. Should I try millage brokers? The time for my flight is a bit flexible. I just need to get to Sao Paulo. Somehow.
>>1128350 what's expensive? You can always fly cheap to somewhere nearby then fly to Brazil How much luggage do you have? Any problem flying to Peru through spirit?? that's like 3-500 then another 400 to Brazil
Have you tried google flights? What are you doing in Brazil? Job? American? What city are you going to?
>>1128440 >Any problem flying to Peru through spirit?? that's like 3-500 then another 400 to Brazil
oh I did check that. the prices ended up too similar. I actually need to fly i september. I'm brazilian but studying in Seattle. I heard about people taking some shady companies where you have terrible flight conditions but you eventually get there, but I can't find any. I checked student universe, but I also read many horror stories of bad management and people missing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm going to France via Turkish Airlines. On the way there, I have a 17 hour layover in Istanbul. I've already gotten my Turkish visa. In any case, I was hoping some of you had some tips on the fastest way to get to the Hagia Sophia from the Airport. My flight arrives at 4:40pm, and I read that the museum closes at 7pm, but you need to get there by 6 to go inside.
is the only option for neets to kill themselves or is there a possibility to move to another country?
I don't have a job or money, but I really need to leave the police state i live in to function properly. Been thinking of jumping the border or overstaying at country of choice as a last resort but I don't think I'll do very well as an illegal immigrant
>>1127805 If you've no education, no diplomas, no work experience, it'll be very hard. You can look for which country you're allowed to work in, or get a work visa. If you can make do until you receive your first salary, you only need to get a job. That's it. There are many jobs you can get without prior experience, or that nobody wants to do, but if you can't get the same jobs in your country, it's unlikely you'll get one abroad. You'd better get any kind of job where you're... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Looks like an excellent route. I'm sure it'd be a lot more expensive to rent a car just because of gas prices in Europe. Check out Megabus fares and try to book in advance. Book trains in advance too if you take trains.
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