Hey there, I'm interested in going to a South American country.
Right now I'm looking at Peru which someone said was pretty cool, but does anyone have any suggestions of a South American country to meet qt 3.14 latina girls as well as being diverse and culturally rich? I've wanted to visit a SA country for a while, and it will be good for my depression to get away from New Zealand. >pic unrelated
Information and advice would be appreciated. Stories and greentext welcome.
I could use some advice, my friends would first come along, But theyre broke/no time/whatever. Otherwise i would go to Orlando and visit Theme parks, but going alone to Theme Parks is kinda weirdish if you know what i mean. Side info: I don't mind walking for 4/5 hours straight. I can easily do that.
I deff want to visit New York, and do the touristy stuff and/or just get lost and find my way back to my hotel. I also want to visit some highscale rooftop bar, you know. Those... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I would ask you why you would really want to go to Vegas, especially because it's very out of the way. But if you are going to be headed in that direction, San Francisco would be your best option. You can also take a train from NYC to Boston, Philly, and/or D.C. which are all worth a visit sometime or another as well.
Are you mainly interested in just taking some photography when you're in NYC (judging from the fact you plan on buying a DSLR when you get there)? If so make sure you check out other places other than Midtown or the financial district. Lots of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
desu i'm not into photography. Just want to take some pictures while i'm there. I could also sell the camera back in NL for profit, since the same model new here costs 750 instead of 400. So i can easily sell it for 650/675.
Vegas, same thing as NY. Have seen it everywhere, heard of it everywhere and actually like casinos.
I just did some calculating. I think a good amount would be 2-3k for Ticket, hotel and car.
KLM non-stop, 1050-1200. NYC Hotel (expensive as fuck) around 1k Vegas... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am going to Amsterdam in an hour, will stay there with my classmates for a week. No teachers just us. >I am 20, so no underaged bully pls Tell me what to do. I hate parties, are there some nice churches? Is the van gogh museum worth it?
Hey /trv/ I'm headed to Tulum in June and I'm wondering if any of you have been to the spot. I'm looking for shit to look out for; predatory local practices, places in the city to avoid and all that. This is going to be my first time out of country and I don't want it to be a shit show, please help me out
>>1117983 you have no escape, can-cunm xel-ha are a grind for gringo´s money; in the other hand tulum is a prehispanic city that attires a lot of turists, there is nothing to fear there, you´ll see the ruins and retourn to your hotel to be asked for mo´ money
I've been. Beach is incredible (as pictured). It's quite long and most of it fronts onto jungle. You'll probably stay in the town which is quite a ways from the beach. A couple hostels and cheap motels right on the drag or a block off. I'd suggest hitchhiking or renting a bike in town to get back and forth from the beach.
The Tulum archeological site is worth a visit. There's also a pyramid site inland from town (forget name) you can visit by locals bus or tourist bus, but IIRC not really worth it, at least if you're going to go anywhere... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1118163 Really not expensive there. I remember getting a motel room right on the drag for like $15ish, and hostels were similar. Food was cheap and good if you made any effort at all to avoid the most obvious tourist traps.
My wife and I are having trouble deciding where to go on vacation this September. We have the following places in mind. but are open to any others:
1.) Belize 2.) Costa Rica 3.) Curacao 4.) St. Croix 5.) Anguilla 6.) Barbados 7.) Bermuda
We haven't been to any of these places before.
Does anyone have any input? Which of these is preferable for a guy and his wife and two very young children (2 and 10 months)? Again, any other suggestions are welcomed as well. We are trying to keep costs down as much as possible, and we were leaning... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Start checking on how much it cost to stay in the different countries. Gold mines are countries like martinique which is have dutch and half French. Some times the live real cheap and drive 5 miles and eat real cheap. The smaller places that do not get a lot of tourist but have good areas might be a good catch. Also look at Panama, on the Pacific side. Amd even Columbia can have some real specials near the beach. Belize would be a good pick if you can get out in the keys. Key Cocker would be a good spot if you can set up something ahead of them. Just remember running water... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1117845 I've only been to Bermuda of your list, wife and I went by cruise. Was a great deal since the ship stays in pot, all of your meals are paid for on the cruise, see the island at your leisure. If you fly and stay there the price of your trip sky rockets.
>>1117308 I avoid white when travelling but at home my white shirts are on point.
I wear a lot of h&m shirts that look like more than one material and they tend to look pretty good with shitty washes as it's more than one tone/the blacks don't look as faded because they're a grey fibers/etc. They're also super thin so they dry as quick as cotton can
>>1117257 Not my favourite place in the world, but it's a very hectic, vibrant city with lots going on. Also everything is very cheap, so if you have a bit of money saved up you'll be able to live very nicely. You'll need to watch out for the traffic, drivers are insane there
The noodle place on the street in ops pic is pretty good.
I know a few people who are doing customer support for big companies in Sofia. It's a shitty wage if you only speak English but the Italian and Dutch guys that I met who do it get like 150 euros more a month.
Bar scene there is pretty cool. It doesn't have a name but there is a bar that used to be a horses stable then an underground publishing house during the communist period and now it's an illegal bar. Heaps of candles and no electric lighting. Fire waiting to happen but the vibe is pretty sweet there.
Plovdiv is nicer and there is a lot more to do there but Sofia is pretty chill. I lived in Istanbul through 2014 and 15 so I would go to Bulgaria a couple of times a month because it was cheaper to drink and have fun there. Also for private healthcare since the stuff on offer in Turkey was shit.
If you're happy getting paid shitty wages for a full time gig then I'd say Sofia is an okay place to live.
From my experience going on a cruise; they scan the luggage before entry like they would at airport security. Also on the last night of the cruise; they asked us to leave our luggage outside of our cabins so that they can pick it up on the harbor.
>>1116971 Assuming you don't have an Indian visa and must stay airside, there are quite good, 24hr paid lounges at Indira Ghandi Intl. Napping areas, showers, storage, booze, food, wifi. I haven't personally spent more than about five hours there, but it was moderately nice if a little expensive. There is probably also an airport hotel if you need more privacy/luxury.
I need your help, /trv/. I'm planning on backpacking from Barcelona to Marrakesh on June, not trying to do all of Spain but mainly focusing in Andalusia.
Some background first, 22yo exchange student from 3rd world country living in the NL for the past 5 months, have already been traveling like crazy. Right now I’m about to finish the semester and I’m planning on traveling a little bit more before returning home.
Mainly interested in the cultural/historical aspect of the places I visit, more likely to spend the nights resting after really long days walking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1116839 between Barcelona and Madrid Zaragoza might be an option. not much to see there but it should keep you busy for the day. they have one moorish palace (aljafería) which is unusual so far north and a large cathedral. inner city is kind of nice too. otherwise you might want to skip the stop in between completely and use the day for either sevilla or granada so you get to see both. both of those cities deserve a longer stay and both are essential if you come to andalusia imho. with how little time you have in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1116852 cont. zagora/atlas mountains might be a nice addition since you will get to see a different side of the country outside of medinas. the sand desert at zagora is not really a landscape that is representative of morocco as a whole but it does fulfill all the expectations people have when they are going to an "arab" country, riding on a camel etc. it's all there. the atlas mountains are very beautiful and more typically moroccan. you may have the chance to see some berber villages so that might be... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm an English guy living in France and I have two-three weeks in July with nothing really to do but relax, hike up hills and draw/paint/drink. Does anyone have any suggestions of somewhere in Europe (not France) for me to do this? I went to the Cinqa Terra last year and to some little villages further south, and whilst it was beautiful there were too many people which kind of spoilt the vibe.
Yes it's selfish to want to be a tourist where there are no other tourists but hey, that's what we all want right?
So far I can only recommend Slovenia (definitely... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1114715 >Anything in particular I should remember with regards to visa? Only if you're from the states, else you just buy the tourist card and thats it.
>Are you still able to travel spontaneously and without booking too much in advance, what with the thawing diplomatic relations? You can travel pretty spontanously but you can only stay in registered casa particulars and hotels. Staying anywhere else will get your hosts and you into a shitload of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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