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It's time for another map thread

This time with english counties included
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Tell me about the Nigerians in Tokyo. Are some trustworthy and liked or are they treated like shit by Japs?

Also, are they prominent in other Japanese cities?

>inb4 /pol/, not racist - genuinely curious
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>>1117256
I think you'll get better answers here, but this is more of a /int/ question
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>>1117256
Is that Guy Edi?
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>>1117268
hopefully

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I'm a EU citizen. This summer i'm going to the USA for the first time nd I will have to do 2 transit flights to reach my destination. I'd like to know

What's this ESTA all about?
Are security control really a pain in the ass?
Do I have to check my bag again for each stop in the USA?

My itinerary will be: Rome, Paris, Denver and Helena in Montana (yes, I like mountains and quality beer).
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>>1116911
>Montana
kek
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Also:
suggest me cool things to do there. I love trekking and camping btw.
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>>1116911
You will have to go through customs and recheck your bag at your first US stop. After that (assuming you had more than one connection) you wouldn't see your checked bags until your final destination.

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anyone worked the japenese ski resorts?

I work in hospitality and I can skii a bit

have concerns that wages up there might be slave-like, and cost of living really high
also that it might be a sausage-fest

but then it sounds like an experience, and something that's fairly within my reach
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>>1116505
Yeah nah it's not Whistler. Can't just show up in sandals with a bottle of jack and ride out the winter working the lifts and sleeping in a staff hotel room.

They're strict rule abiding assholes up that way. Trust me man it will NOT happen without work papers and you will NOT get said work papers.

Don't get me wrong, I love it when weebs get their hopes and dreams crushed but I dont want to live with knowing i encouraged some dumbfuck freezing to death on my conscience.

This...
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>>1117024
I'm aware papers are a strict requirement, but I don't see any reason I wouldn't get them
I've got friends who went up there and worked in ski stores and cruised out the winter

where is you advice coming from, have you been?
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>>1117024
>what is a working holiday visa

Bumping for op cause I've thought about this too and never really met anyone with experience doing it

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I'll be visiting northern Italy in September. While I'm there, I'm curious if there is any world war 2 sites I can visit. I've always found that part of history fascinating.

I did Sicily and southern Italy last winter. So I've seen a lot of those locations. But I'm just curious about the northern area. Thanks
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tracesofwar.com/
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What do you mean specifically, like memorials of killings, museums? You can find stuff especially about partisans in many cities or towns.
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History of fascism is though still a taboo in northern italy, you can visit Saló or mussolini's town Predappio though i dunno if they are actually interesting.

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Georgia boy moving to Reno in a month. Never been past MS or NC lol, so im super excited.

Anything i should know about Reno or Nevada in general (mostly Reno)
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>>1116150
Try to score some Jet from Myron.
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>>1116150
It takes like 7-8 hours to get to Salt Lake City from Reno.
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Georgia cracker gonna sell his boi pucci on the reno strip all livelong day

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I'm looking for a place to live that checks all or most this list.

- good economy
- conservative politics
- not depressing
- beautiful countryside
- catholic community
- good art scene
- gun-friendly
- hot or snowy climate

Ideas?
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Switzerland
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>>1116137
Philippines
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>>1116137
Go to /pol/ then

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Someone posted a video of traditional chanting music from Syria in a /trv/ music thread a couple months back. I need to find it again because of reasons, does anyone know the vid I mean?
Also, /trv/ music thread.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaqScs7vR-4
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Congolese music from the 60s/70s blew my mind when I first got into it. There's nothing that really sounds remotely like it...

If you like electric guitar...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWpYvAMWQe0

Not the best quality, but when have you ever seen a TV special from 1975 Zaire? Great guitar at the end too...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9kXorogfxI
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>>1116047
That's cheery as fuck. Listening to this while I drink beer and clean my office.
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>>1116031
Traditional chanting is based, have some Tuvan stuff. I plan on visiting on a road trip, one day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLF7Fl4SXh8

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Is it just me or have most places just become living museums of their past selves? Tourism has just ruined everywhere. Nothing happening in the present day, just monuments to see of things from the past.
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>>1116015
Well when there are attempts to make new things, it's mostly shit.
I'll stick to old things from the past.
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>>1116015
>opinion discarded
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>>1116015
There are still some places that are still their past selves. The only way they exist like that is because almost nobody's heard of them, which is also the reason why it's hard to find out where they are.

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howdy yall, i got a question for all the international travelers

im flying for the very first time to a foreign country. when i land, and have to go through customs, what do i do? im not trying to hide anything, but im clueless to what i have to do. do they ask me questions? do i fill forms out? what do and dont i have to declare?

thanks for all answers and opinions
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you'll get the forms on the plane. the stewardesses can help. at the airport just follow the signs.
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>>1115976
You will get a form to fill out or you might want to read up on the custom regulations.
Usually you can bring anywhere without having to declare anything:
>200 Cigarets or 50 Cigars
>1l of spirits
>2l of beer/wine
>up to 300 USD/€/CHF of other duty free purchases (cloths, cosmetics, electronics, jewelry)
>usually between 5000-10000 USD/€/CHF in cash

Anything...
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>>1116018
and of course your personal belongings (clothing, toiletry articles, phone, laptop, tablet etc...) is exempt from that no need to declare it.

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>>be me
>>only be heppy playin vidya, playin with pupper, or cooking
>>get forced to go to puerto rico
>>"your paycheck hasn't come in and you don't have enough in the bank to make it two weeks"
>>go to puerto rico
>>do absolutely nothing for two weeks
>Well /trv/ I leave tomorrow, have any ideas
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>>1115897
Ramen noodles and masterbation (11 pumps only)
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>>1115906
i was in the country side, now I'm in a shit town, no ramen noodles but I've beaten my meat quite a bit, any other ideas?
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I heard La Perla is pretty economical

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Hi /trv/, mods please delete this thread if it doesn't belong here.

I got job offer today from Scandinavian company which has office at Bangkok (registered as its own company). Office is small and workers are mainly from europe/west.
I'm currently happily employed with 3200eur/month salary and I like my job. Maybe some assholes at office but there will always be. I'm 28 and got no debt or wife etc.
However I really crave for experience working abroad and especially Asia is continent which I love.
Offered job itself seems to be interesting and...
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For the experience, I'd say worth it. Career/financially some things to consider. Do plan on making your current employer a career? Though the salary is less, could you save more/have more disposable income in Bangkok? Are there opportunities for advancement with new company? If not, can you easily find another job should this one not work out for you?
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Check if the cost of life in BKK is less than half of your current cost of life.
http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/
If it's, no need to think, just go.
If it isn't, then you start thinking whether it's worth the downgrade or not.
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>>1115830
There is possibility I could build good career at current company but its not precisely my goal. Experiencing new things is my goal and living abroad is one of them.
I doubt that I could get that much to my savings account from Bangkok job probably would live mediocre life at least.

>>1115834
Thats good tool and it shows that prices are about half of what they are here.

I'm probably going for the experience, I can always come back and try again...
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How/when/where do you go about buying your currencies when traveling?

If say you had $5000 you wanted to convert to euros, would you:
>A) convert all of that and put it on a travel money card
>B) have it as cash, or
>C) convert x% to cash and the other y% put on a travel money card
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Those currency converting places rip you the fuck off, Here at least in Australia.

I just take my bank cards and make large withdrawals. Get charged the going exchange rate and $4.00 international withdraw fee or what ever. There's no reason for those currency conversion places to exist unless you can't get money out at the airport and need it for a taxi or some shit.
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>>1115805
Good point. I was just thinking that maybe those currency exchanging places might have a better price.

What bank are you with? How large of an amount would you usually take out each time?
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>>1115807
Commonwealth bank man. No, it's how they make their money. Check them compared to the going rate on xe.com. Airport ones can get quite bad.

Depends what country I'm in, Japan $500+ etc since not guarenteed to work at every convenience store and its safe over there. Places like thailand and indonesia they work everywhere but unsafe so generally $100 that will get you far.

ALWAYS, make sure you have a back up card with you in your passport or what ever. Lost my card once in Mexico, got maxed out...
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In about 8 months I'll be leaving life here in Los Angeles to move to Connecticut for the first time. I have a friend in Massachusetts who says it's quite cultured. If there are tons of assholes I'm quite used to that here. Is it calm? Are people more uptight?
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I live in a suburb a few miles from Boston and it's pretty comfy and the people are wealthy and well educated. Ultra liberal town.
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there are a few assholes, but most people are very nice. The percentage of assholes tends to be higher in rich little towns like Westport or Darien.
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i grew up in ct

where are you going to be? what does "quite cultured" mean? are you going to be in a college town in MA?
compared to most of the country people in the north east can be considered rude but i think of them as more real.
like rather than fake being nice, like someone would be in south carolina and then talk shit about you later, new england people will make it apparent that they either don't care or are upset.
ct has some of the absolute most wealthy towns and also some of the most destitute and depressed cities in the entire country.

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hey guys im interested in working in swiss for one winter season, does someone have experience with working there? how much do you make off the jobs there in average?
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Where are you from? How are your language skills?
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im from germany, i speak english/german my spoken english is better than written
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>>1115762
What kind of job? Where? What qualifications?
Seasonal work is here completely normal in positions ranging from toilet cleaner up to top executives.

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