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28 year old Canadian here, here's my situation. I am trapped in a shitty situation here in Toronto. I have no family and I don't even have any friends anymore, and nothing tying me down here. I have 30k CAD$ in the bank and I'm thinking about living somewhere else for a few months. I've always wanted to go to Scandinavia and/or the Baltics due to multiculturalism here never seeming to include Northern Europeans. Is it possible to go as a traveler to these countries without speaking the language, especially in the smaller cities, and get by? How much would two months in Tallinn cost me, for example? Where can I go in Sweden where I won't be walking into the set of Blackhawk Down? Where is the best place for a traveler to go in Finland?
Pic related, it's what I like most about Northern Europe.
Los Angeles trip
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Kiwi here, I'm visiting L.A in October for a few weeks, I've been before so I've tapped out the more obvious things to do (Disneyland, Hollywood Boulevard, etc.), any suggestions on shit I should do?
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Canadians and brazilians!
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Canada, how do you see brazilians?!
Im from Brazil and I really want to visit Canada, but since lots of people call us "monkeys", I'm a little scared haha!!
Btw, I'm new here on /trv/ and not a great english speaker, so sorry for everything wrong haha!
Thread for London / Thread for Milan
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This is a double thread for the discussion of two major cities
Firstly, I am moving to London in a couple of weeks for work. I haven't been before, don't know anyone there and am looking for advice/tips/experiences/interesting stories/anything.
I also haven't found a place to live yet. I don't expect this to be the best place to help with that, but if you can then I would love to hear your contributions.
Secondly, I am going to Milan for New Year. Again, I am basically looking for any advice, local knowledge, what to do, general commentary or verbal companionship.
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I'd like to plan a trip that hits China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Thailand. Probably less than a week in most of those, maybe a month total. My question is how difficult would it be for an American (maybe a small group) to travel around eastern Asia? Would I be completely disoriented and lost all the time? Should I find a guide? Will people be rude because I'm a tourist?