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So I've never been that interested in Australia and that's also because I'm from Western Europe and it's so far away. However, now I'm living in Singapore and it's so much closer, so I'll definitely go there, the question is just where and for how long. Maybe I should add that I'm not much a nature person, but more into cities and cultures.
So I'll have about two weeks in March and I've heard that you can easily spend a week in Sydney, which I'll probably do. So what about adding Melbourne and/or Perth? Would that make any sense? I've even thought about going to NZ, too, but maybe that's better for another trip. It's just that I don't know for how long I'll stay in Singapore, so I won't have that many chances to go to these countries. So what's your opinion on my situation?
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Hey /trv/, I've never been here before so I'm not certain whether or threads asking for advice are considered okay or not, but I was wondering if there were and Austrian anons around or others who have been in the area. Basically, I have a free week between now and the 13th and wanted to go to Venice for a day trip, because I'm poor as fuck and otherwise can't afford to stay for more than one day. What I was wondering is, what is the cheapest way to get from Wien to Venice and back? I was looking at ÖBB but train tickets there and back run €29 each way and I thought there would probably a cheaper option taking a bus or something, but I wasn't sure where to look. Hopefully someone can be of help here, I don't want to buy anything on impulse just by grabbing the first thing that comes up on google.
Also, while I'm at it, if anyone knows what I should do in Venice that isn't too expensive I'd appreciate it, I'm planning to go on a weekday since I feel like it will be less crowded then. For extra bonus points, though I know this is way too obscure for anyone to answer, my cell phone network is Drei, and I've heard they also have towers in Italy? Will it work or will if have to find some other way to get maps?
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Hey /trv/, I'm looking into working/studying in China next year. I have a year off from studying (starting again in September 2015) and I'd like to live and work in China. I've done some research towards my options and it seems that trying to get a contract ESL job is a relatively safe option but people are getting fucked over all the time.
I've seen anons on /trv/ saying that they're in China on a tourist visa and working as an English tutor while getting paid under the table. Any of you have experience doing something like this? Easy to find work/housing/dodge the police?
I'm looking into Hangzhou, Xiamen or a different, 'small' city, not Beijing or Shanghai.
Some info: I'm a studentfag from the Netherlands. I don't particularly suffer from yellow fever or wish to learn kung fu or some shit. I want to go to China cause it's cheap and I wanna learn some Mandarin while I'm there. I also want to keep weightlifting while I'm there and hopefully bang Zhou Lulu, though I'm not getting my hopes up.
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So, I'm flying to Alaska in a few hours, and being the obvious faggot that I am, I have done to little to no preparation. So far, my plan is, to rent a car once I land in anchorage, (Already booked) and stay the night at a cousin's house.
From there, I'm going to drive the ~360 miles up to fairbanks, to try and find somewhere to catch the northern lights. Right now I'm looking at the Alaska grizzly lodge, expensive, or the International hostel up there.
But seriously, that's all I've got. I've got no idea what to do. Are the Chena hotsprings worth it? Do they allow day visitors?
Also, I know theres plenty of sight seeing and what not between Anchorage and Fairbanks, but I have no idea where to look or what to do.