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Does anyone else feel embrassment at the thought of travelling to another country where you can't speak the native's language? I've been all around the US, to Canada and the UK but when considering trips to other places I want to go like Hong Kong I duck away from it because I don't want to annoy the people living there with my inability to communicate with them.

Prague or Budapest?

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Hello /trv/, I'll be traveling to Europe late September and would like the opinion of those more experienced than me. Planning on visiting 3 cities around 10 days. Amsterdam, Hamburg and deciding between Prague or Budapest. Thinking on spending most of the time(around 3 days) in Amsterdam and Eastern Europe while staying at Hamburg 2 days at most. So my questions are: 1) Is this a reasonable amount of time? Should we allocate our time differently? 2) To those who have gone to Prague or Budapest, which one would you recommend? My friends are leaning to Prague while I kind of want Budapest. I seriously doubt we can do both given the time. Also if you have any stories or tips for first time traveler to these cities I am more than happy to listen.
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Hello /trv/! I have pretty weird request. Due to some things happening in my life and just addiction to some "yoloing" I decided to go to London for a few months and I need place to stay. Hotels are out of question because monies and i thought that couchsurfing may be difficult for person hosting since i wanted to stay for at least 3 months. Of course we could split the bill for food and media, I don't want to leech on anyone, just in a bit difficult situation. I wanted to go ~15 july because that's when i'm quitting my current job (I repair phones, so if you could host and somehow know a place I could work with phones I'd be delighted). Since this is VERY weird request because asking for help on 4chan is dumb I won't bump if no one replies to me either here or by e-mail. We can discuss whole thing on private chat or skype or something so you can get to know me by July and assure yourselves that I'm honest guy. Thanks in advance for any contact! E-Mail: muten29@gmail.com

Sailing

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I have never sailed before, but I really want to buy a sailboat to live on and to travel the world with, possibly for the rest of my life. What tips would you give to someone who wants to do something like this? Don't worry about the technical aspects of sailing. I'll take the sailing courses. What I'm looking for here is more the things you don't learn at these courses, like how to preserve food, what foods preserves the best, how do you take showers/clean your clothes, good ways to make money while sailing, things to bring, things not to bring, what type of boat would be suitable, what type of boat would not be suitable etc. Any tip, big or small, is appreciated. Pic is of Albin Vega, Swedish made boat, and it has cruised around the world on many occasions, the more extreme being trips made by Jarle Andhoy and his crews to Antarctica and to the north of Spitsbergen in Berserk. I am Norwegian, and Jarle Andhoy is one of my inspirations for this.

Wanna see some crocs

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Hey /trv/, i will have 4 days in Darwin (Aus) before i fly home and i really want to see some crocs. I was looking at Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile tours but i wont have access to a car so i dont really know how to get there. Does anyone know if there any tours running from Darwin or anywhere else i could go to see crocs around Darwin?

Hamburg/Reeperbahn

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Going to hit Hamburg in two weeks with my pals, definitely gonna check out Reeperbahn to get drunk/experience the vibe/related fun activities etc. The internet seems plastered with scam stories and mugging by prostitutes/junkies, is it all exagerated and will be cool on a weekend night if we don't flash our wallet and smartphone around while drunk? Places to avoid? Also general Reeperbahn/Hamburg experiences.

10 Hours in Tokyo

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So I have a 10 hour layover in Tokyo, sarting at 7:30AM on a Thursday. It would be possible to go see some of the city right? Would it be good to get a private tour guide for like 4 hours?

Petra

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Best way to visit Petra? Are the everything included tours a rip off or a necessity?

Belgrade

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So because work demands it, I'm moving to Belgrade soon for at least a year. Problem is: I know literally nothing about Belgrade or Serbia outside of the Yugoslav Wars. So if anyone can guide me or tell me something useful, do's & don't's, etc., it would be really mightily appreciated.

Pacific Northwest

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Anywhere interesting to go in the Pacific Northwest? I'm from Vancouver and have been to Seattle, Portland, Whistler, Bellingham and most the Kootenays and the Okanagan The Okanagan is probably the most geographically diverse area to go to but is flooded with summer tourists, the Cities are interesting as well but all pretty similar Any thoughts?
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R8 my trip and give me feedback.

philly

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I'm in Philadelphia for the next 12 hours or so. Besides cheese steaks, anything else that is mandatory to see/do here for a traveler?
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What is the modern day tangier? With the internet available is it even possible to have such a place or would word spread to quickly?
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Are you happy where you live? Where do you live? Would ever seriously consider immigrating? Why or why not?

Dublin

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Going to Dublin tomorrow morning and I just wanna ask which places should I visit? Not a party trip or anything so no need to list clubs etc. Thanks
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How can a solo adult find other solo adults to travel with? My mother, who's in her early 50s, doesn't work (never really has) but through inheritance and divorce has loads of money and a steady income. But she does NOTHING but sit in her house in her small town day after month after year. She's the queen of NEETs. She's also extremely un-self-reliant, and ADD to boot. Also ex-alcoholic. I'm trying to talk her into traveling somewhere to get out of her rut, but she says she doesn't have any friends who want to (since they have jobs / are poor). She also doesn't want to go on a package vacation (she's done that Caribbean package vacation thing I few times and doesn't like being herded around). What she needs is to find someone(s) with a similar disposition to travel with together, but not on a big organized group bus tour. I know in Korea, where people don't do anything alone, people will be matched up with strangers to travel with (never learned the details, since it seemed so ridiculous). Is there a way for English-speaking people to do the same? A website or company that matched people for travel? Her situation seems not dissimilar from a lot of "how do babby travel?" threads posted here by foreveralone NEETs: she has the means to travel but no friends or confidence in traveling. Is there any solution besides the typical "just do it, traveling alone is great!"?
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I'm taking my family (wife, 6yo daughter, and a 6yo friend of hers) on a roadtrip vacation in a couple weeks. It's through what appears to be some pretty bland territory so I'm hoping you guys might be able to help fill out some neat things to see/do. Pic related is the tentative itenerary: July 1st - Leave from Louisville, KY to St. Louis, MO, spend the day doing things there then spend the night. This day is easy because we've been to St. Louis a bunch and there's tons of stuff to do July 2nd - Drive from St. Louis to fucking Mount Rushmore. This is the shitty day. What is there to do in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, or South Dakota? The badlands look awesome but we won't be there until like 10PM July 3rd + 4th - Hanging out in Mount Rushmore area. Suggestions welcome. Maybe drive back to the badlands one of these days? I was thinking Bear Butte looked neat in pictures but maybe not. July 5 - Drive to Minneapolis. This day blows ass too. It's shorter to drive back across SD instead of going north to ND but I didn't want to drive that same stretch again. Should be able to hit Bismark and/or Fargo during daylight hours July 6 - Spend the day in Minneapolis, probably at the Mall of America. We've never been, hopefully it's cool? July 7th - Either spend another day in Minneapolis or drive to Chicago and spend the day there, not sure. Open for suggestions. July 8th - Spend most of the day in Chicago (not sure doing want) drive back to Louisville that evening. The wife booked the hotels before we confirmed our itinerary so where we are when is basically set in stone (which sucks, I would have liked a third day at Mount Rushmore). Suggestions on things to do en route or at places?

Travel Gear

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I'll start with an easy one.
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Does anyone have any good links to decent backpacking/travel documentaries? Youtube is just full of cliched GoPro narcissists and spoilt gap year vloggers.
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Redpill me on Thailand






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