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Dubai

First time traveler

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So I've done some basic interstate traveling and was stationed away from my home of record while I served in the Army but I have no travel experience otherwise. Currently I leave for Thailand on Feb the 10th and until today I've been extremely excited for it but today it dawned on me that I have no idea what I'm doing. I've been a lurker here on /trv/ for about a year and I've done research about where to go, what to see, where to stay leading up to my deciding to actually go and buying that first plane ticket. My question is, when you took your first trip were you scared, worried, nervous at all? What did your feelings subside when you arrived at your intital destination? Before anybody says "oh you shoulda picked an easier destination for your first trip"...I'm headed over there to meet up with a penpal that I have had in Indonesia for just over 2 years. Since we've never met before I only have a couple days scheduled there but if we are having a good time and its not weird or anything I'd be more than happy to stay longer.
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What's the cheapest flight to Japan?
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Has anyone here ever had a really long bus ride? I mean like at least a day. Thinking about doing it because I have no other options.
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Hi /trv/ I'll be travelling to Nepal in the start of April and will be leaving again two months later. Going to be volunteering at a monastery and a school where I will be teaching english etc. for a few hours a day. I will be having bucketloads spare time too though, and I know I will be going on the Annapurna Trekking for 7 days. What should I see? What should I be aware of? Will I be mugged, beaten and shanked? Please hit me with all your Nepali knowledge I'm 20 years old, talk decent English. Will be staying in Kathmandu for the entire two months
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Question about transferring money from China to USA. Asking here because I know there are some knowledgeable on /trv/. I have around 1 million RMB held in a Chinese national's Chinese bank account. I know there are limits for Chinese exchanging currency, so I am not sure if they can just wire it to the US. I will be in China soon if that helps. What is a way I can possibly move this into a US bank account?

Copenhagen

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I'm planning on travelling to Copenhagen over the Easter break. What are the things I must do when I'm there? I'm planning on just generally exploring all of shops/bars/cafes. I've made a list of a few things to check out: Nyhavn Tivoli Gardens Copenhagen Zoo Freetown Christiania Carlsberg/Tuborg breweries Design Museum National Gallery of Denmark Cisternerne Torvehallern Also is it worth going over to Malmo? Is there anything interesting there? Thanks!
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Hey so i got around two thousand bucks and i wanna leave town. Id love to see africa or a jungle someday but ive got family in spain and switzerland. I wouldnt mind going for a walk.

Norway

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I was planning on going to Norway in July or something like that. My goal is to see the country, fjords and stuff like that, but also to work there for a month or two. So I'm looking for some advice - what city would be the best for something like that, what sort of jobs are easy enough for a studyless foreigner, and what would be the best/cheapest place to stay there? (Like should I rent an apartment with some people, or stay in some hostel etc) Any relevant advice will be appreciated
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>tfw you will never fly from new york to london in 3 hrs name a more alpha aircraft. (protip: you can't)

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Let's say you're 21, you've already traveled quite a bit, but the wanderlust has only grown stronger and stronger, it never resides. You've also been in a relationship with a wonderful girl for 4+ years. She's not the typical girl of this generation. She isn't in a constant frenzy to check Facebook, she can eat dinner or sit and have a long conversation with you without checking her texts every two seconds, her loyalty is unfaltering. She values security in a normal 9-5 job which doesn't allow her to always venture nearly as much as you'd like. She needs stability. She doesn't place travel as her #1 priority, maybe between #3 and #5. Do you cut the ties free and set forth onto the world with the possibility of losing a quality girl and regretting when you're 40 and want a family, or do you push the wanderlust aside, marry her, and pray to whoever is out there that the wanderlust doesn't hit you like a freight train again once you are settled in and have kids?

Where should I go?

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So, I have a free week in February (first half) and I'm thinking of going somewhere east of where I currently am (Milan, Italy). I'm 21 if this influences the choice. For now, I am considering 5 different countries: Czech Republic: I'd go to Prague, I have heard many good things about the city but I'm a bit afraid it will be too "touristy". Hungary: Budapest would be the choice. I already spent a couple of days here last summer and I was really surprised by how beautiful the city is. (Haven't seen really much of the other towns though). Macedonia: I'd head to the capital Skopje. I spent a week in Macedonia and got already stuck a weekend in this city. I also got robbed while sleeping but I want to see this city again, as I have not met any local Macedonian last time (I met gypsies, albanians and homeless from southern Macedonia though). Plus cheapest prices in Europe. Poland: I guess Warsaw or, maybe, Katowice. I have never been to this country but I'm worried it will be too cold to walk around and visit. Romania: Timisoara, Cluj (Transylvania) or Craiova. Cheapest return tickets out of the 5, but I have no clue about what to do there and where to go. Romanian though would be easier to speak as it is a NeoLatin language, just like Italian. So, any advice and/or tips about the places I mentioned are welcome. I plan on taking tickets in a couple of day maximum.
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>tfw vegan >tfw cant travel anywhere in the world because I cant fully be sure the food has been prepared in a humane way Why is life such suffering? I am not going to travel and help in the torture of innocent animals.
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Can anyone on /trv/ describe how is the Westerner expat life in Singapore/Hong Kong/Shanghai etc? Work hard, play hard, I suppose. What do you do for ``fun'' when you're basically alone there?
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Since the old one is about to die As always, feel free to ask about: >places to visit / do in Japan >How to become Yakuza? >Teaching English in Japan >stuff to do for weeaboos >>If you can't get laid in your home country, you can't get laid in Japan. The previous thread is here: >>935380 Please refer to the previous thread (as long as it's still around) to see if your question has already been answered. Thanks

hostels

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Any good hostels in germany? Berlin if it makes a difference.
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So I'm a poor Ami student who can speak decent German, who is looking to hang out in Germany for a month to sightsee and check out schools and work opportunities. I'm thinking about renting a bicycle, getting a train pass, and staying at hostels, but I don't really know if that's the most cost-effective way to travel around Germany. Going to sleep immediately after I post this and won't get back on until after work, but any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Traveling Alone in Europe

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So my life fucking sucks right now so I've decided to backpack in Europe for around 2-3 weeks. Never done this before so I turn to you helpful people for advice. What's a good size backpack to carry what I need, but not look like a faggot with a giant backpack? Is pre-planning hostels along a route the way to go for lodging? Is 2-3 weeks enough time to get a good feel of Europe or will I have to be fairly limited in scope when mapping a route? I was thinking of leaving late May and returning in June. Is this an alright time of year? I speak fluent English and enough Spanish to get by (order food, understand directions, etc). Will this be good enough for most countries? And any miscellaneous advice you could give would be appreciated.






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