>>1091387 Basically the part of Cancun that most people see is the resort area. So the whole beach area is just built up with resorts, restaurants, shopping malls, activities that focus on tourists and so on. Basically everyone except the cleaning ladies speaks English there. The restaurants are all either American chains or serve Americanized food (think senor frogs). They're all there to serve American, Canadian, or European tourists.
Then there's the other side of Cancun. The actual city where people live.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Traveling to Orlando to do the whole Disney thing. As I will be split from my party often I was wondering how burners work in the us of a. Can I just get a cheap pre paid and throw it when I leave. What are the best options and how does pre paid work over there.
Its pretty self explanatory. Youll be getting a junk phone but since its a burner thats to be expected. You can find a gorillian of them at any walmart, 7/11, most gas stations, etc etc. From what ive been reading about how europe does things, it seems its more or less the same.
The only caveat i can think of is possible roaming charges, but if youll be in the same area the whole trip that wont apply to you. Things like data and the like will be blatantly marked on the packaging.
>>1091378 >Can I just get a cheap pre paid and throw it when I leave. What are the best options and how does pre paid work over there. Typically you buy a cheap phone at wal-mart or kmart, buy cards in certain dollar amounts, and call some phone number to activate it. Maybe if lucky, some person at a register and counter in the electronics dept will help you get it charged up and ready to use. There are many choices and each store sells whatever brand they deal with, from cricket to whatever.
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Hey guys i live in spain, Im 24 Male and speak native US english.
Been trying to find work here for months and shits dry as fuck, so im going to the UK to work in a hotel through a work agency, its supposedly next to a university and a train station so i could move to other areas easily.
How's life in the UK, any tips for someone going there to work for the first time? People tell me they go to bed really early, everythings fuckin expensive theres no night life etc.
>>1091375 Britbong here, whereabouts are you moving?
>They go to bed really early There's no hard-and-fast rule to this, most people I know are awake into AM hours even with work pending. Depends entirely on the crop of people you'll be with.
>Everything's fucking expensive This is highly variable depending on location. London and the south are generally much more expensive than Northern cities like Manchester or Liverpool. The UK... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1091400 >>1091691 Hello britfriends, not OP but I will soon move to England for at least a year. Can I open a bank account with no proof of residence? What is the cheapest mobile operator? And also, how safe is SpareRoom (and similar)?
Hey /trv/ planning to drive from Connecticut to New Orleans this May. We may end up stopping briefly in Washington D.C on the way down as well, but New Orleans is our main destination. Any recommendations for stops on the way? And what are things to do and avoid doing in New Orleans? Also, is it feasible to camp out somewhere, campgrounds etc. instead of renting a room? Thanks.
>And what are things to do and avoid doing in New Orleans? I dunno, what are your interests? What I may find fun and what you find fun may be two different things. As for shit to avoid, stay in the CBD, FQ, Marigny, Treme, and the Garden District. The area around the huge park in mid-city (or is it uptown?) isn't that sketchy and is okay.
As for campgrounds, there are a few national parks nearby, don't know the rules for those though.
>>1091367 depending on which route you take, you could stop in atlanta and see the coke factory and an awesome aquarium, the dixie stampede in pigeon forge, tn, obviously the smithsonian in DC is the best side trip, but other than that id probably advise you to vacate the south asap
new orleans is fucking great tho. but you end up eating a lot. -beignets at cafe du monde (bring back chickory coffee, beignet mix, and a cute coffee mug) -muffulettas at central grocery (bring back some olive salad) -oysters Rockefeller... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1091356 It's a small city in Switzerland what do you expect? There's a train station, a castle, the usual small city shopping and a few restaurants/pubs. Most interesting thing is that you can walk over to Liechtenstein.
>>1091373 Nothing special, I just mentioned it as it's on the bucket list of many people. Some interesting history, as it's the only principality left over from the holy roman empire of german nations that still exist today. If you're there go to Vaduz for a afternoon.
I forgto to ask the most important questions: Where are you form and why are you going there?
(I'm pretty curios as I was born in Buchs and never heard anyone specifically ask about it. kek)
>>1091369 I would apologize if i were you https://www.google.fr/search?q=drapeau+de+la+pologne&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiHgK3uycXLAhUJFCwKHQWNBwAQ_AUIBygB&biw=960&bih=519#tbm=isch&q=poland+flag
Excluding flights I want to spend about £2500 for a trip of 8-12 days in Tokyo for 2 people. I am not sure how to get the most for my money. I want a relatively nice hotel, but think I would prefer to have more spending money while there. I've currently booked a hotel which I can cancel the reservation for at no charge for a while and have calculated for the 9 day trip my girlfriend and I would have about £200 a day as spending money. We both love food (not necessarily expensive food). Any tips on what kind of hotel/spending money trade off should be? Also any recommendations... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Stayed at Smile Hotel Mitsukoshimae a few years back. Not luxurious or anything but not bad at all and pretty cheap, relatively. Walk about 5 minutes to get to a subway station to go to more popular places around Tokyo.
>>1091331 Thanks for your reply! The hotel I have booked is cheaper for my dates. It seems located fairly well (not expecting true city centre for this price)...http://www.hvf.jp/eng/location/tamachi.php what do you think?
Travelling to Italy in June with my GF. We plan on staying 11 days total and visiting mostly Rome and the Amalfi Coast.
1.Is a car worth it? Specifically in Amalfi? 2. How reliable are the trains? Are they on point like Germany? 3. How safe is Italy? My gf is worried but I assure her it's fine 4. Anything specific to do in Rome/Amalfi besides the obvious things 5. Is 11 days over kill? I throw in a few days for travel and what not, fearing trains are late or slow.
>>1091296 I am a RPG guy and I found Witcher 3 to be one of the better games of 2015 along with a host of others.
I was thinking Florence too. I have been Europe a few time and I speak fluent German so I am familiar with mostly Western European trains. Because of this I was conservative with time not knowing if there will be delays or slow downs because obviously the area is unfamiliar.
>>1091291 1. In Rome, no. Amalfi is doable on foot, but it's pretty far away from everything. 2. All Italians like to bitch about them, and they're nowhere near German tidiness or puncuality, but they're alright. Keep in mind, though, that the train station closest to Amalfi is still 20kms away. 3. Rome has some bad areas, but they're far from the city centre. There will be rubbish on the streets and a lot of hawkers, but that's just part of Rome. 4. I'll leave that to people who were there... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Language depends on the country (Swahili for Kenya, Afrikaans for SA, etc.) English becomes less and less valuable the further into the bush you go. I hate to generalize Africa, since it's an enormous continent and what I'm about to say will vary immensely from location to location- but a sizable chunk of the continent is not as bad as most Americans will assume. There tends to be significantly more petty strife and small-scale fighting than developed nations, but I've traveled and lived here for almost 2 years now (Mozambique) and feel quite safe most of the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm planning on going to the Florida Keys in a few months and wondering if anyone has some recommendations for a nature/beach bum vacation.
I'll probably be going for 5 days so I won't be there for long enough to go to all the keys but I can probably visit a couple. I can stay in a decent hotel for the entire time but I'd like to camp once or twice also.
I'm trying to do some hiking, take some nature photos and maybe get wasted and bone a chick back at the hotel a couple times.
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>>1091110 The Keys don't have many beaches desu. It's loaded with mangroves though. Key Largo is a nice area to visit, and is a great place to go diving/snorkeling. The coral reefs off the coast are a must see, and there are many charters that can take you out there.
The Everglades are more fun than people would think.
Key West is your typical tourist hotspot, but there you many find some beaches, bitches, as well as good food. There is a strong Cuban influence in the focal food scene. Great Mojitos btw.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Do you recommend renting a car or can I wander about either w public transport or on foot?
Key west seems like a good place to do some drinking and beach lounging though I'm usually not one for touristy places. I def want to get into some snorkeling too, it's too bad the two keys you mentioned are on completely opposite sides of the islands.
I can get free hotel stay at a Marriott or Hilton, need to check to see where I can make home base first, I suppose.
>>1091065 Money and perks are best in Korea. I taught in Thailand for a while and loved it, but the pay is terrible and you won't get housing or flights paid (as you do in some Korean schools). >>1091078 *Anglophone. Weird autocorrect on my Korean phone.
>>1091078 maybe not for people without a teaching degree. But I have had multiple friends leave Thailand for Malaysia. They actually teach other teachers. They get a good salary, housing, gas, cell phone, and I think food stipend each month too.
Thailand is great fun, but yeah the money sucks, especially when its 35THB/1USD. The high paying international schools are damn competitive since everyone wants to be there.
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