If you were traveling for two weeks with your girlfriend and her best friend, would you go to Berlin or Tokyo? All three of us are travel noobs, and none of us speak German or Japanese fluently (I took one semester of German, girlfriend took one semester of Japanese).
Tokyo if it was for two weeks. But these threads are a lot more helpful if you tell us where you're from, what your budget is and why you're only going to a single city on completely different sides of the earth.
Hi! It's time my first time on this board actually so please don't be mean to me like /b/. So in 1 month i will leave for Vietnam, i'm going to stay there for about 3-6 months. I'm going to work as a English teacher down there to support myself. I'm going to live in Hanoi the main capital of Vietnam. I'm 19 and i currently live in sweden (I'm from Iceland). Just wondering if you have any survival tips and what to do and not to do in vietnam and what should i expect?
nobody gives a fuck about your retarded blog you faggot. next time take ten seconds to look through the catalog and you will find about fifteen different pre-existing threads about southeast asia and teaching english. read them and if then you're still to dense to know the answers to your questions you're probably too dense to teach anyone anything, so you should probably go kill yourself.
>>1118227 Shit son, seem like a mad fucking basement dweller has arrived. Does being a total fucking dick online satisfy your needs of feeling superior while carrying a two inch dick? I didn't read the catalog so i'm sorry about that but i'll turn my attention to it now and read it.
>>1118128 If you live in central Toronto and enjoy big city life, moving may not be your best choice--although San Jose is technically the biggest city in the Bay Area, and there is a downtown core that is supposedly improving (Apple is building a massive new campus, larger than the mothership in Cupertino, and the city anticipates a lot of new residents and housing), the city is quite spread out and feels very suburban. Single family homes, strip malls, driving everywhere, etc. Weather's good, though... warmer and sunnier... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1118140 That's what I'm thinking, also in terms of property, you get space for your buck. Plus the weather is a plus.
>>1118149 I do enjoy the big city life but it does get pricey! I don't mind living in the suburbans, the homes there seems nice and you're getting better quality for your dollar compare here in Toronto. I don't mind the drives as I love cars. But I would stick to San Jose because I can make the most money there instead of San... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
One of my inifinite travel plans is going to Scandinavia, and this would be my route: Copenhagen/Malmö - 7d Gotemburg - 3d Oslo - 5d Stockholm - 5d Turku - 3d Helsinhi - 5d Here is the problem: would it br feasible to get a two-day ferry from Helsinki to Copenhagen? Also, would my trip be any good?
Ive been married for about 2 years and my wifes passport has her Maiden name on it still. We have traveled to Europe (We are US Citizens) with her passport since marriage, and everything was fine because I booked all of the tickets in her maiden name. However I just booked some tickets to Russia and I wasnt thinking about the Visa process with her maiden name. I went through and filled out the Visa application like she is single and unmarried, using the name on the passport.
>Do you think this will be a problem when it comes to getting a visa?
It's not worth the risk. Two years is a long time not to either decide to stick with the maiden name, or get IDs, a new drivers license and passport (and voters reg and social security card). Passports can be gotten with tickets with some urgency...two weeks?
Maybe you should just eat the ticket, buy a single new one, or get them changed with whatever tour you bought. US is an enemy of Russia, so any trouble you have would be the wrong kind of forgiveness. They're serious in their reciprocation of the visa process and every visitor from the US is a possible spy, so you know :P
>>1118184 >Lol what? This is fear mongering at its finest Russian media propaganda at its finest, alive and well!
OP, they're notorious for cancelling visas and creating issues for travelers, mistakes that cost you time and money to fix. Don't risk a thing. Have everything in order. This is really advice for every country. I've traveled If your spouse has a driver's license with both names listed, might be okay, but some jackass immigration official or even airline... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Here goes a little about me: I'm 24, grew up in Denmark and went travelling as a 19 year old. First I lived in a city park in Montpellier for 3 months during the occupy movement in 2011.
Afterwards my life have been in turmoil and I've lived for several years in a christian community called The Twelve Tribes in Germany, France, England and also twice been in the US with same said community.
In october I had to leave the community and did a trip hitchhiking to Sahara in November and then again in January I had a month hiking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Alright /trv/ I'm currently backpacking around Europe and am heading to Bruges tomorrow. The problem is I've been forced to book 4 nights instead of 2 as the hostel in Amsterdam (where I'm going next) was overbooked.
So, my question is, how should I fill up my extra two days in Bruges?
>>1117610 As long as we're having an airport thread, can we discuss airports to avoid? >CDG >needing to take a bus between terminals >terribly inefficient and unfriendly staff >crowded >dirty >constant construction Never going back through there again if I can avoid it.
What does /trv/ think of Ethiopian Airlines? I'm looking for a way to travel from Japan to Brazil cheap, and it seems like the best option involves a connection from Addis Abeba to Sao Paulo with Ethiopian. Forgive my ignorance, but should I really fly Ethiopian for such a long route? Even if there are no accidents it seems like just a generally messy airline. Thanks. Pic unrelated and all that
>>1117557 Alright. Should mention my layover in ADD is only 2 hrs, so it's not like I have to be there long. Just worried about them losing my baggage, anyone have experience with the Addis Ababa airport?
First time visiting NYC. What are the "musts"? I've never been in the US in the first place, so everything here is kinda new.
So far I've taken a picnic at central park, eaten pretty good pizza, visited a shake shack, taken the subway everywhere. I checked out natural history museum and transit museum as well earlier, intrepid is in the schedule next week.
I wanted to visit a costco, but apparently they're a member only place. I guess I'm going to check out Macy's and oakley store at least tomorrow.
I like your city and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Have you checked out places like the East and/or Greenwich Village, and SoHo? Have you been to Queens or Brooklyn yet? I typically just enjoy going for after breakfast walks around some neighborhoods around the city.
I'm a Britfag about to turn 22 and am planning to quit my job in a few months time to travel this alluring region.
The one core part of my trip will be a 2 month stint volunteering with a charity in Cusco, Peru; no fixed date yet but I imagine between July and September.
Time isn't a particular issue for me, but money is. I'd absolutely love to add Cuba to my trip - feeling like it's a now or never kinda deal - but the extra two flights throw a spanner in the works re. budget.
I have two... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Who had done the tran Siberian railway? I'm making my way up to Russia slowly and want to do this badly, any advice? I want to go all the way to Beijing,I met someone on the road who said you can plan it so you have a few days in each country which is what I want to do.
>>1116858 There are scenic trains, and then there are historic trains, and then there are historic trains that aren't scenic at all. It's the latter.
So, to understand this rightly, you need to be immersed in the historical nature of it all in your head to find some kind of cool train romance going on in your mind, because the reality is that you are basically riding with people who chose not to fly, at the cheapest time in history for air travel. Why is that? They are a special class of people, that's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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