I bought a ticket arriving at Zagreb at August 10th and departing from Prague at August 30th. I'm now planning what to do and where to go during my trip, and I would really appreciate your suggestions and experiences. 07/11:zagreb (rent a car) 07/12:plitvice all day, zadar at night 07/13:novalja 07/14:split (leave the car here) 07/15:hvar 07/18: dubrovnik 07/20:flight to Belgrad (planning to go to Belgrad beer fest) 07/22: flight to Budapest 07/26:flight to Prague
So I plan to go to the beach at day and party at night at Croatia, and at... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1111750 Fresh Island festival is at Novalja from 12th to 14th or 15th. Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign and many more. I may be there too, not sure, but it's pretty fun to visit. Also, use some time to explore Zagreb during the day you're there, the city is pretty awesome.
Me and a friend of mine want to visit Ireland. We want to get to know the culture, we want to drink for small money, we want to drink in a variety of pubs, we want a day-trip to Dublin, but we don't want to live directly in Dublin, because we don't want leprechauns around every corner. We want the to experience the real Ireland.
>>1111200 Gotta be on the move OP. You pick up a rental in Shannon or Dublin, travel the south half of the country, new town every night..experience the towns with dinner and pubs, drive and explore some ruins, churches, castles, during the days. It's pretty inexpensive outside of Dublin, and you'd be done with Dublin at about 1.5 days.
The single supplement is a deal breaker (one person still has to pay as if two people are cruising). But if you are a couple, it's a great deal.
Get the cheapest stateroom in the best ship you can afford. You are stuck on a boat with these people, you want them to be civilized.
Driving to a port of call is a great money saver. Might not be an option for most people.
Either go on a small luxury boat that visits upscale ports of call, or get a room in a mega ship where you don't even have to visit ports. All the major cruise lines visit the same... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is the only way to travel for more than a month or two to be a rich kid?
Is it doable, in any way, if you're poor af?
I'm sick and tired of hearing and reading stories about people that woke up some day and decided they were going to spend their next year travelling wherever and imagining all of them being wealthy enough. There must be a way.
Going to Bangkok next week and will be spending 8 days there with absolutely no plans. I've never been to Thailand before and the stuff on TripAdvisor looks a bit dull. I'm really interested in seeing more than just shopping malls and weird touristy temples. A day trip to somewhere interesting would be great.
>>1106348 A day trip to the old capital of Ayutthaya might be interesting--can do it by boat, and the boat trip is enjoyable by itself. The fancy one day tour from the Oriental Hotel (worth having a drink in, if you want to pretend to be Somerset Maugham) is the plushest, but there are dozens of operators with similar offerings.
You might also consider a day trip to Lopburi, another old capital that is now most famous for being completely overrun with monkeys.
There's Chanthaburi, where some of the River... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I first went down there some time back, when their reputation as a drug cartel shooting-range was keeping visitors away in droves. The situation had improved, but visitors hadn't fully caught on yet. Damn, you never saw people so happy to see a traveler in their country. It was like being a rock-star.
That feeling has faded, f course bu it is still an under-valued travel destination.
Hi all, I would love peoples advice on a good quality waterproof travel bag to take that will survive different climates, not really extremes but it needs to be able to take a battering (traveling north America and Iceland) I have something like pic related in mind so I had have it in the carry on luggage at the airport
>>1111785 Waterproof bags aren't necessary and they're not as versatile for a bunch of different climates. Get a water resistant bag instead and if you're walking into a massive typhoon or something then just put all your stuff into a garbage bag, tie it off, and put that in your backpack. It will be 100% waterproof.
My favorite versatile bag is the Kelty Redwing. I've used mine for more than 10 years of traveling, frequently to extreme climates.
>>1111785 Although I agree with >>1111976 If you're looking for a waterproof bag you can really throw around, look into Surplus Swiss army bags. I picked mine up for around $40 and haven't been disappointed yet. pic related.
“Don’t ever drink the coffee on the plane. Just don’t. There is a reason airplane coffee gets a bad rap. It isn’t made with bottled water, and let’s just say that the airplane’s potable water isn’t very desirable. The valves for cleaning out the lavatory waste and filling the clean water are very close to each other and sometimes serviced by the same guy…at the same time.” http://plugnstay.com/airline-secrets-revealed-from-ex-employee/
>>1111587 Old news are old. Instead of promoting your shitty blog just link to the article or even better provide a screencap. >http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kelly-payne/11-airline-secrets-from-a_b_9618914.html
I am not really sure if you need an internet connection for rosetta stone... but that seems to be the way to go. Good luck with the porn addiction thing, may I suggest a nice ladyboy to curb your addiction?
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