I am going to Morocco this summer, to Al-Hoceimah (on the Mediterranean) anything should I know? Any piece of advice? Something worthy to see over that part of Morocco? Any recommendations? Thank you in advance!
I was looking at travelling to either of these countries and wanted some advice for anyone whose been or knows about these two countries.
I will be going with a friend and was looking for somewhere that we would be able to go out at night as well as do a lot of adventurous stuff. Stuff like trekking, any water sports, quad biking, camel riding if possible.
Also somewhere where the food is nice and the people are relaxed and friendly. I went to Morocco and did not like the constant hassling from the natives to buy their stuff.
Currently with the situation of Lebanon, don't recommend it. If you do go, they cook some nice food. Jordan is the pearl of the Middle Eaast. Loevyl place for westerners. Visit Ammam for almost all of your needs (but remember they are muslim so no alcohol :[ ) also visit the dead sea, notorious for many reasons, petra because its a beautiful ancient city, mujib desert (wadi mujib) which is basically grand canyon but jordan style.dana is a good nature reserve if you enjoy hikes. jerash is also nice place to visit. we are kind people, no harassment. for food, make sure... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to do some hiking (snow mountain, taroko gorge and maybe yushan) but the permit application seems almost impossible to do. They ask for experience in taiwanese mountain hikes and a certificate???
Does anyone have experience in getting the permit?
>>1124343 not OP but the china thread derailed into /pol/itics, thinking of visiting wuyi a few days then going to xiamen and getting the ferry to taiwan, is this feasible, what other options do I have instead of the taiwan route? Tea is a major motivation of the trip, i'm there for 13 days total(1-13 september) but can be more depending on other ideas I might have
>>1123900 >Anyone here used one and can recommend? I can't recommend one, but what I would do is check out some from my local library. As technology grew, the lockdown on priced programs skyrocketed, but schools and businesses both had to produce audio cassettes and CDs for decades before that. FREE and probably a great selection. Old Berlitz and whatnot, it's not like the language changed it up much over the years. You might even get better/classier accents to emulate than more modern versions.
>>1118338 >Rome & Venice Top 10 places in the world to visit in your life >Florence If you bring someone with you (someone you love maybe), it might be even better than Vanice >Sicily Depends where. But, anyway, it's summer! Find a nice place with a beautiful environment near the sea (a lot to find on the web) >Naples Nothing special to see. Of course, people from Naples will tell... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1128486 There is already a lot of that in each of them. Even the one started by the female Korean American OP, third of that thread is her trip, a third Pattaya, and the third people arguing about whether sex tourism is good or bad
>Planning on going on holiday in Europe in August >Need advice picking a location >Going to be staying on an all-inclusive board basis >Needs to be a beach resort and have stuff to actually do (Water parks, beaches, events, tours etc and atleast some active bars or something)
>I've been to Cyprus, and nearly all of the Canary Islands multiple times already. >Been looking at Crete... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What type of computer should I bring on my travels abroad? It will mainly be for researching things to do, places to eat, and booking airbnb/hostels/hotels, and storing photos. Maybe some media consumption on the trains if I have wi-fi around.
I was thinking a cheap chromebook might work well, or could I do this all on a smartphone? What about a tablet? Keyboard+tablet?
Smartphone will get you there. If you really want the keyboard and screen estate, get a laptop. If you're traveling for extended periods , battery life is your main feature. So probably no larger than 14.1 inch to save on screen consumption and low power parts.
Are you concerned with how much weight you're carrying? What about personal information security?
Consider what would be easier to lock down in a case your shit gets stolen. A lost computer is the fastest way to lose your identity.
I suggest a tablet because it's lighter and There's no HDD to take out that contains your data. A lot of tablets have a built-in cellular data connection you can use so that if your tablet does get lost you can locate it or remotely wipe it. Without it having access to the Internet it can't be remotely wiped.
>>1126787 >Going to the South of Portugal soon, will be staying in the Al Garve/Faro area. Almost the same, passing Faro by and staying there maybe a couple of days but most of the time in Lagos. Also bump.
Is your credit score good? If you're able to avoid getting into credit card debt, then do it. Making your minimum spending gets you a shitload of miles. United's shit though, so if you're looking for flexibility then I suggest getting the Chase Sapphire card. You'll be able to try different airlines without the guilt of missing out on those awesome miles.
>>1126275 > 50,000 reward points that can be converted to miles upon spending $4k within 90 days > Double points from spending it on food, drinks, and trips (that includes Lyft fyi) without any foreign transaction fees > $95 annual fee is nothing if you have good credit > Points can be used for flights on BA, Korean, Singapore, United, and Virgin, as well as Hyatt and Marriott hotels
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i'm in the planning stages of a trip up The Pacific Coast that I'll be making in August. I'm moving from Las Vegas to Spokane, Washington with my wife and we decided to take the very scenic route, and the Pacific Coast Highway is a trip that we've both wanted to do for a while.
I've figured out most of the stops along the way, have some couches to crash on, but I still haven't found a place to stop on the coast in Northern California. Talking to people from around there, apparently I'm not likely to, so I'll probably end up camping... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1125345 A little bit. There's not going to be any rush on our part, but we want to be done with the trip in about a week. We're going to be running on a budget of around $500, for 2 people, for gas and food, and I figure by around Newport, we might be running low, and that'll decide what the last leg of our trip looks like, whether we just cut through washington directly to spokane, or take the scenic route through northern washington.
Definitely going to stop through Redwood Natl Park.
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