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I'm planning a trip with a friend who has diabetes. I wanted to do the Annapurna circuit but he /claims/ it is too high and he will get sick(albeit in my opinion he is being a twink but whatever). What are some other trek circuits, of varying length, that we could do? Anywhere is fine, pilgrimages are fine, too. Post your experiences with long hikes and pilgrimages in other countries. No Camino de Santiago please.

London underground 24 hour tube

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London underground 24 hours - your views please ? except Chelsea racist fans who are not welcome on this thread 19.02.15 welcome to my decision about London underground extension i will help you with night vision no "please" or "thank you" to mention. night workers will be fine time and planning won't blight i hope it runs on there particular line a fast way to and from work will be a delight. not all is rosy i do taste a little bitter like lime with David Cameron "TFL" need to get cosy because together you can create jobs and cut crime. safety has to prioritize this won't be cheap on freezing nights "homeless" will customize warm and weather protected equals a perfect sleep. we can make it a fantastic tube getting round a 24 hour city will be complementary our train lines join London up like a rub-ix cube and we must not let standards slip or allow behaviour like fans of Chelsea.

Largest caverns with dense juve shark population ?

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as per topic /trv, a friend says Australia is home to huge interconnecting caverns filled with juvenile sharks if you visit during the right time. Anyone have knowledge on this ?

Ever heard of New-Caledonia ?

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Someone told me it's a cool place for vacations but I never heard of it before, what do you think about this ?
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Hey /trv/, first time posting here, need some help. I'm looking to travel from country to country by boat and I have 2 options to do so. 1. Cruise, which will take me there, give me 8 hours to roam around town and then the boat will take me back. ( I plan on just staying there and not going back ) 2. A one way ticket, which is 4 times more expensive than a cruise there and back. This would all be in the Eurozone, should I be worried about taking option number 1?
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I'm Mexican (White Hispanic actually) and I want to live in the US. I'm thinking of living somewhere in the Atlantic coast. Which state/city would be more welcoming and cheaper to foreigners? >inb4 First time posting.

Silly Questions General

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Questions that don't deserve there own thread go here. Please refer lame and other one-liner threads to this thread to prevent other great threads from getting bumped to deletion.

Greec ISlands

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I want to travel around from one Island in Greec to another. Any tips? Which islands did you like? Whoch routes should I take? Are there any big dangers?

Cheapest place to live

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Hi /trv/ I’m starting to work as a freelance translator and I’m considering to move somewhere far from civilization where I could enjoy solitude and nature. The only conditions are internet connection (for work obviously) and relative safety (don’t want to get my throat cut because of my laptop) Anyone else done anything similar? Any experiences? Personal stories appreciated.

Deathwish Trips

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ITT: Places that you want to go but the very real risk of being murdered or kidnapped prevents it. Here's the citadel of Derbent, in Dagestan. There's been a city here for over 5000 years, the citadel was built by the Sasanian Empire in 500 AD. I'd kill to see this in the flesh, sadly since it's in fucking Dagestan it's more likely that I'd be kidnapped and brutally murdered by islamic rebels.
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Has anyone else been to Iriomote?

Sleeping in the Airport

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Anyone here has experience or tips on sleeping in airports? Somehow my friend who booked our hotels didn't check the departure date and booked our flights arriving a day early from the date we are supposed to check in the hotel. The airport in question is Narita. I read some people say that the security guards will herd up passengers who are sleeping in the airport and will bug them with questions.
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Hello friends, I'm a great admirer of the works of Austrian painter Gustav Klimt. Recently I have been thinking about travelling from my native Belgium to Vienna (either by train or by hitch-hiking/carpooling) to see his works in al their glory. However I am not familiar with Austria and Vienna in particular, I only have some assumptions (purely based on stereotypes and hearsay) about the people being conservative and cultural life being very traditional. So I invite you all of you who have been to Austria or are currently living there to enlighten me what it is actually like there and what a young man such as myself could do while visiting Vienna.
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I'm currently in the Army National Guard and therefor can't take trips longer than a month because I have obligations to drill once a month. Are there any really tips for planning cool trips that I could take that would only be a week or two? Pic not related i just think it looks cool

West Italian Coast

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I'm looking for a cheap, quiet place by the sea to live in for a few months. Low population density, little industry. I'm considering other places, but to keep things clean, I'm focussing on Italy in this thread. What do you guys think about these areas? Basically the entire western coast, minus the areas around big cities (that I'm familiar with.) The coast around Genoa looks the most appealing but also the least affordable - is that a fair assessment?


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Thinking of going to Ostrava with Ryanair. Tell me, how much does the taxi cost between the city centre and the airport? Is there a good level of English spoken in Ostrava, like in Prague?
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Does anybody here having experience hitchhiking in the United States? I've traveled abroad a lot in the last couple of years and have lived in two different large, international cities. Unfortunately, now that I've decided to shift my focus away from traveling to university up until I finally get my degree, I won't be traveling outside of North America any time soon. I want to try having an adventure over the two-week-long breaks I get before and after summer semester, and hitchhiking out to New York City or the Rocky Mountains sounds like it could be fun. The alternative is driving up north in my state to go solo hiking and fishing, but I'd like to try doing something different. My concern is that hitchhiking in the US simply won't be effective. When I thumbed my way around Iceland, hitched in Turkey, and did the same from London to Istanbul, I often saw other travelers doing the same thing, either on the side of the road or at service stations... however, I can't remember the last time I've seen a hitchhiker in the United States. Everybody here has a car, so folks who don't and have to hitchhike are regarded as bums. I guess I just have a hard time imagining that I'd be picked up. I'm also worried that basically everybody who sees me will call the cops. I've looked at Hitchwiki (obviously) and the descriptions for different states, with few exceptions, tend to be rather ambiguous. Does anyone here have experience hitching in the United States? How long do you think it'd take to get from mid-Michigan to New York City or the Rockies? Any tips or tricks? I'll post pictures if I wind up doing this. Here's a picture of a spot I got stuck at for an hour and a half while hitchhiking in Iceland.
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Looking for relaxing trip ideas inside of Texas this March. >GF and i recently moved to Dallas, Texas >We're looking for some relaxing short trip ideas that are nearby in Texas as we have some time off from work


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Hey guys. I'm going to visit egypt for two weeks in august. It's basicly a one-week Nile cruise plus a one-week hotel stay. Is there anything I should know before I go there? Are there any special places you can recommend? (besides the obvious) Are there any no-go-areas or something similar?

Japan General

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The neverending Japan General. Want to go to Japan? Check in here. #Please check out the previous thread (as long as it's still around) to see if your question has already been answered. >>948889 #For the basics, including transportation, hotels, and ideas for things to do, please do give a look at the Japan-related posts in the sticky. >>609356 >>609358

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