Going to Thailand soon, wondering if I should get the rabies vaccination. Do you guys think it's neccesary? It's like £150, but obviously if I need it, I'll get it. My nurse said it was up to me, so now I don't know.
>>1121823 depends on where you're going and how long you're gonna be outdoors.
if you plan on doing any multiday iking, or taking a boat through a cave, etc, you should get it, even though chances are nothing will happen.
the need for it increases the further away you get from civilization. you have a 2 day limit to get to a hospital or something without the shot, which can sometimes be impossible to get a flight for if you're in indonesia, the philippines, or west of thailand. or on a mountain.
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My friends and I are chilling in Schnelsen for the next few days and are curious as to what's to do, both day time and nightlife. We're willing to travel 30 - 45 minutes. We see that there's some kayaking and a room escape but that's all that's jumping out to us right about now. Any suggestions on what we should do??
Hey /trv/, I'm heading to Europe for 20 days this August, flying in and out of Frankfurt. This will be my first solo trip, although not my first time to Europe. Here's my city itinerary so far in terms of where I'll be spending each night. Any recommendations/suggestions for my itinerary? My budget is approximately $100 per day, although I'd be willing to go higher than that to do something really cool.
2 nights Ghent (probably day trip to Bruges or Antwerp) 5 nights Amsterdam 2 nights Utrecht 5 nights Berlin 4 nights Prague 1 night... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You'll see enough amsterdam in 2 days. Maybe try fitting in Kopenhagen or London (going from ghent or brussels to london or paris is really easy). When in Ghent, you should have lunch at one of the new "flemish foodie" places (try Publiek, Volta, Karel De Stoute, Oak, Vrijmoed) or have a weekend brunch at De Superette. Be Sure to book a table a couple of months in advance (you can do this on their websites). These are all fancy "michelin star" places with young chefs. The lunches are mostly affordable (27euro's).
Who here /has seen the world but still feels empty/?
I've been to: > the us > guatemala (home country) > el salvador > peru > argentina > brazil > uruguay > germany > Czech Republic > switzerland > austria Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1120875 Because travel should be a fun sidetrack to a fulfilling life, not the thing you live for in and of itself. You can see how unhappy the people who travel forever are when you meet them, they're almost like heroin addicts, chasing some dream they can never quite get since they have no real goals.
Hey /trv/; For those of you that already visited auschwitz, what do you think its the best option,go solo or go with a guided tour? For those who went solo , how was the experience? For the others, which company did you choose?it seems that the price its almost the same for the ones that already checked.
Girlfriend went and suggested a tour guide. While it's possible to do it alone, she said a tour guide is able to give you so much more information and tell you things that simply don't make it into the text books.
Went last year in October, long ques but they said it was the quiet season so I can only imagine how bad it could be, and we'd arrived on the first bus from Krakow! Anyway the way we saw it, a guide will go at there pace through the camps and can rush through a lot of the buildings and exhibits that you'd otherwise slowly go through. You can also piggy back onto tours since they're fairly large 20+ people) and frequently overtake individuals looking through the camp.
There might have been a few buildings only the tours can enter, but it's only 1... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've been to Texel and Schiermonnikoog. Gorgeous nature. On Texel there is a cool seal sancturay. But besides that there isn't much else to see. I believe Terschelling is a party destination in summer for Dutch high school normies.
2 months with friends 1 month alone 1 month with gf
My month alone blew the shit out of the rest of the trip, by far the highlight. You can do exactly what you want when you want with no consideration for others necessary. You don't notice how inconvenient little things like people being hungry or wanting to wake up later can have when you're burdened by them all day everyday (and you are equally burdening them).
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I spent a week in Japan with absolutely no real plan besides going to the cities I wanted.
I came across this small ass pub. I didn't eat all day so i was starving. I ordered a beer and some skewers. with an imperial japanese looking fucker hunched over a beer with another chef. Dude was tall, bearded and bad ass looking.
Anyways at some point we get to chatting. He speaks really low English but were getting by. Apparently the dude liked me cause he called... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey guys am Finish and i want to study engineering in Taipei and I want some opinions of those that live/have lived in Taipei would be very helpful! Also i would like to know how the whall youth culture is , as how they have fun and if they speak english in general. Thanks
>>1120462 I spent a month there last year, and will be returning soon
if I could ask some advice from knowledgeable anons in terms of applying for scholarships such as: what kind of criteria would they select me on? I already speak 3 languages and am intermediate in chinese, would I demonstrate my ability via the HSK in order to win a scholarship? is that the only way? the application criteria doesn't mention the HSK at all.
as for OP, they're probably the most english fluent region in east asia. that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm thinking about buying a van to live out of. I have no clue what I'm doing. I just know I want to travel central and south america for maybe a few years. >what's the best van to get, gas mileage and durability wise >what should I avoid/definitely see >how to make money while one road >do I need a visa just to run around or can I use my passport >how much would it cost Mind you. I'm going... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1119981 Not true, I'm know around town as "the SUV guy" because I lived in my smallish one for about a year. I preferred it and in some ways it was better for my health. I still wonder why I don't move back....oh yeah.
Anyway I got really used to squatting over a small trash can with used old bags inside--sometimes I still do it at home because now it just feels more natural. I used to make fun of Indians "poo in the loo" and all that but it is genuinely a tough habit to break!
>>1119981 Not true at all. (okay some people would change their mind but doesn't mean that's you). borrow a friends van or something and do a lil road trip as a trial run though. sleeping in your car is a pain in the ass, vans are nice because you can actually spread out.
>walking around in Tokyo >see a lot of foreigners in a place >internally disgusted >about to go into izakaya >most of the patrons are foreigners >change my mind and find somewhere else to eat Anyone else know these feels?
I see maybe 30% of the threads are currently about Europe. I think it makes sense since most people see more than 1 country when travelling Europe to post in one thread. That way we can share our questions and answers together.
I have a question. I'm doing a euro trip for a month in July and have most of what I want to do planned out. However, I'm finishing it in Rome and was wondering, I'll be there for 5 days and want to know what are some must sees. Should I buy tickets to stuff like the coliseum beforehand (online)?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So for a first time traveller, I get that this is a massively subjective question, so I'd like to preface with this-
How long do you guys usually amble around Europe for? I've got this idea in my head of just wandering around for a month or two, so with that in mind I'd like to ask for a ballpark number, how much would it be prudent to take with me?
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