>>1089389 The most important part is the mindset of wanting to get up and go, so you have that sorted at least. Next for the details. Well where are you from? Age/sex? How long are you looking to go away for? Just a long vacation or permananetly?
>>1089392 Okay are you employed at the moment? If so what do you do? Have any savings? What education do you have? Whats important to you in a place where you move? What about yourself, what are your hobbies and interests? Do you want to stay in the US or move to another country? I'm asking so many questions cause your first post was quite vague. I'm guessing from your first post that you haven't travelled much?
I feel you in any case bro, I am about to graduate and I am going to move abroad afterward but... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have 36 hours in the Chicago Loop at the Palmer House (late night Fri-Sun morn), layover really. I've been to the city many times, however, never really downtown, always suburbs for business and not in about 8 years. Impromptu trip...and ironically just got done reading Devil in the White City. I just figured out the St. Patricks Parade and river dyeing will happen this Saturday. Any tips on the parade without a chair? Short? Must See? Skippable? Has anyone attended the whole days events? Any tips for navigating the Art Institute with limited time? Any safety concerns... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Welcome! Firstly I want to apologise for my english. I have hope you understand what I mean.
I want to go with my friends to Norway in last few days in June for 4-5 days. I would like to see wonderfull views/places. We want make/survive new experience and we decided to travel by hitchhaking and sleep in a tent. So we decided to see mainly fjords but I want to see more. It doesn't mind class of popular specyfic place. From Gdansk (Poland) we could fly to Oslo, Bergen, Molden.
Yes, it sound good, but what typical places must We see. Something about travel from Bergen. What concretly/typical places, we must to see. Mainly we want to see Trolltunga, Trollsteigen, and I think it wolud be good to start from Bergen.
>>1089327 Where do you live? Pretty much every continent has a great location to do some hiking. I suggest starting locally (in your country if you can or a nearby one).
Don't invest a lot into gear until you're really into it, there's a lot of douches who wear $1000 outdoorsy jackets in my city who have never been outside of the city proper. I do recommend getting a good pair of hiking shoes or boots (depending where you want to go hiking). You can get those for $100.
If you want to do pic related... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It's really not viable, mate. Unless you're one top-top tier author, you're just going to have to face it. Here are some points to consider:
1. Find a niche and start a Kickstarter/Indie Gogo Like documenting X obscure activity around the world and some people might throw money at you. But this requires to be expert on at least 2 subjects (writing+niche)
2. Being a "digital nomad" and working a freelance writer job while living in cheap countries
tempted to buy a new everyday backpack, to start with. namely the fjällräven kånken, but I haven't settled on which variety to get.
my other bags include: * a targus laptop backpack I never cared much for and which the kånken would replace * two no-brand questionable-quality travelling bags (one ~50L for hand-luggage and a considerably larger 100+ litre one I use for roadtrips and checked-in luggage) * the Lowepro NOVA 160 AW I've come to realise was never very ideal for me * the Jack Wolfskin ACS... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm from Sweden but family from Bosnia, and we visit Bosnia every summer, the problem is that i can't speak bosnian for shit. Well, i can speak a little but it's not enough. At the same time i would, need to learn Japanese since i will be working there soon.
What is the best way of learning fast? Like, really fast. And where do i start?
>>1089172 Oh my friend. Bakan diaspora. Well fast, the best way is to snoop around YouTube for lessons. Find a complete series and go by the title, it will describe what is covered. After that surround yourself with media in the language you want to learn. Movies, music and something that's written down.
People who live in the UK or have travelled around it: What are some good cities in the UK to work in as a waiter? I've tried Leeds for a week but I didn't like the city and couldn't find anything full time and I decided to switch cities. Could I get some recommendations?
Could try Liverpool? It's much nicer than Leeds, which I dislike too, and every other business opening is a hotel or restaurant. Plenty of signs in windows for waiting staff etc. I like the vibe but I live here and don't know your likes etc.
Manchester too? Like Liverpool in terms of amount of service businesses but bigger. It's like Leeds in some ways too, but far prettier and interesting.
>>1089144 Is there anything to Czech land other than Prague and Cesky Krumlov? Any cool landscapes or medieval villages to check out? Cool castles? I'm also a fan of nice cathedrals so if there's any cities with one of those, point me towards it
>>1089057 Errrgghh. It'd be tight. Not impossible, but, luck would have to be on your side. If everything ran exactly on time, you had all your papers ready to go, and you RAN, you'd probably make it. Wouldn't reccomend it, though. Especially if you're near the back of the plane and have to wait around in customs.
It's an EU flight so I won't have customs. Depends on the luggage if I have any, gonna be a small plane Canada Regionaljet 900, so does that mean that the luggage will get off the plane faster than if it was a 737 or something.
Anyhow, anybody that's used the Helsinki Airport Train Station would be useful, because when I used it arriving. It must have taken at least 15 minutes from leaving the plane, to arriving at the terminal front. But I hear they have a new entrance direct from the terminal?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>going on a trip at the end of the month for about a week and a half >just spending my time working or sitting in my room, staring at my fucking pack and repacking my stuff and watching travel videos >time is going by 1000000000000000x slower
FUCK. What does /trv/ do to kill time while waiting to go on their trips? This happens to me every time. Drives me nuts.
>>1089050 I fill up my time adding items to my kindle, stuff to read fiction/fun stuff, usually some crime novel, or historical period piece that was in my destination's setting. I might read a biography of Klimt before Vienna, or brush up on a saga before Iceland, or review a Kafta short story before Prague, or just read up on a period of their history or architecture of one building. I might watch a indie film from a local filmmaker to get a taste of culture before I go, esp in the other language. Immerse myself in the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
using this thread to ask a quick question relevant to passing of time. I'm going to go on a 7-8 hour road trip alone up California (LA->Chico) and I'm wondering what the best method of doing this is. Should I be making stops every 2 hours? Should I get an audio book or make a playlist of music?
driving so long alone will be my first time and seems really daunting. I'm nervous of getting half way and realizing how long this drive is taking and getting uncomfortable
How hard is it for an international student to get in a French university? I've applied this year for the next fall, I got a DELF B2 and good grades. I'm not talking about Grandes Écoles, just normal French universities. From what I know it's really easy to get in if you have a decent French level, but I recently got a full scholarship from a top-tier university here in my home country. I'm getting an answer from the French university next month, what would it be?
>>1089017 >tfw want to ride the trans siberian railway and then go to Japan from Vladovosk(? not sure what the name of the town is at the end of the railroad) but would probably never get a visa to Russia because merrican
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