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I'm planning a trip to Europe. Is it worth buying a Lonely Planet and following their advice? It looks like there's lots of good stuff in there, but if I do that then won't I just end up on the tourist trail with a bunch of other people doing exactly the same touristy things?
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Bisbee, Arizona...if you've been, than you know
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Me and a friend are thinking about visiting Prague at the end of January. Have any of you been? What was the best thing you did there? Any advice/suggestions/etc would be great.
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Hello /trv/ I'll be going to Colombia next weekend, (Bucaramanga to be more specific), and it will be my first time to visit my extended family there in almost 12 years. Since the last time I went was as a kid, I want to have an experience that a 24-26 year old will have fun. All my cousins are older than me and married with kids, so I know I'll be kinda on my own until family gatherings. My brother, who's 19 and just started college, will also be with me. Any tips/places to go would be appreciated

Post the view from your window.

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I'll start, my bedroom view in Hong Kong.
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/trv/, I've just come back from Bali. Spent 3 days in Ubud, 3 days basically doing a big lap of the island and topped it off with a week in Seminyak. So glad I did it now (I'm 22) and not 3 years ago because it would have been a wasted opportunity. I saw all sides of Bali and dd the general tourist stuff too. Anyway. First overseas trip is out of the way. I'm booked in for Vietnam in 6 weeks. Anyone got any good tips for places to go? Going with my girlfriend who is Vietnamese but she's been living in Australia for her teenage years so she doesn't really know a huge amount about the place. We'll be based at her family's house in Ho Chi Minh City but we'd live I move around and see everything we can.
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your backpack thread jansport powderhorn
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Your country?

ALCAN HIGHWAY

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so im in the middle of my trip from san Francisco to anchorage and im in Dawson Creek tonight at a hotel and was wondering of you guy have any tips or know of places to stay. i have a good truck, but my mud tires arent cutting it. its about -3 F outside right now and snowing pretty hard. TLDR- tell me your stories or give me some pointers for safe and quick travel.
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Is 4 days too short an amount of time to have a holiday? I'm a Britfag and recent graduate doing a pretty soul-destroying job in the 'respite' period between an undergrad and a law conversion situation. I am in desperate need of some privacy and relaxation and I like the idea of a few nights away straight after Christmas and before the New Year in Europe (perhaps Venice or Rotterdam if I'm feeling cheap). It's a lot of money to get off this dank and dreary island, and I work hard for the bread-crumbs I get. Console me, /trv/, tell me it's worth the weight...

Just graduated, need a trip

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Just finished my degree and I haven't done something for myself in a while. It also looks like I may be single soon so I don't have a reason to plan a couples trip. I've heard of people "back-packing" and whatnot but I am not the type to drift from hostel to hostel. But I am more of a solo camper kind of person. I haven't gone camping in a long while and figured now's a good time (with warm clothing of course). I live in flat Florida so I thought about going to some place full of greenery that I can ride my mountain bike for the trip. Ideally I would fly into a state/country (thought Ireland but I am afraid it is frigid right now), cab or bike to an area to get food and provisions to fit in a backpack, and ride around to enjoy some mountains and creeks. Sadly I don't have much survival or wilderness training, so I am not looking for something fierce or hardcore, just a place where I can relax and enjoy rolling greens. Would help to minimize dangerous animals. If all else fails I thought of just staying in a low budget cabin somewhere that has the same views with some mountain/trail bike features. tl;dr: Wheres a good place with awesome green, mountainous views during this time of the year for a solo person to enjoy and ride their bike?
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How many of you guys are currently living in countries that are not your original home land? Tell us about your story, where do you come from? Where do you live now? How did you end up there? What you think about your new home and what you miss most of your original home country?
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Hey guys, please excuse the naivety of this post, but I must ask. Say I wanted to teach English at the university level in either China or Japan (I haven't learned either country's language(s), will do once I'm dead set on where I'd like to go). Assume also that I obtained a masters in English. How attainable is such a goal? I understand that learning mandarin would probably open up a lot more opportunities, but I would also slightly prefer actually living in Japan due to the cleaner air and healthier food (living and teaching in a large city is part of the goal). I'm just not sure what's "worth" more, and which country would be more accommodating towards a long-term career path. This is all just a hypothetical of course; I'm still in my first year of college, but I really should set a solid plan down soon. I've done some research (and obviously have a lot more to do) but I'm interested in any one's perspective on here. I can provide more specific information if it will help. I know I'm being pretty general here. Pic not related.
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Hi I live in Japan.I'm graduating from university and I want to move to usa. I don't think I can be suited to my society and have always wanted to live there. What do I need to do to live and work in usa? Anyone ever move to a foreign country alone before?Any information is appreciated.
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Note to self: if I am ever a fugitive, don't agree to do an interview with Vice.

Them god damn trains

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I filmed this 3 months ago. If you ever come to australia you might want to think twice about the train sometimes. watch lol's http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFYKgFIzv98

Kavos

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Oioi /trv/ Me and my friends have booked a lads holiday to Kavos, we've been Zante the past 2 years and wanted somewhere new. Anyone have any general advice and tips to go on? Best clubs, cheapest bars? Cheers P.s we know to avoid the gypsies!
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Hey guys, thinking about cycling up the Scottish Highlands just after new years. Anyone been up there? Which direction should I take, and how cold can in get up there?

Car Hire Austria

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Dear /trv/ and all Austrians! I am travelling to Innsbruck on the 17th of this month until the 24th, and am staying just south of the city in Patsch with my partner and daughter. We are looking to hire a car for the week, however we are having a big problem with finding a suitable car hire firm. The big companies Hertz/Sixt/Avis/etc. all charge excessive rates, and as I am not 25 (24 atm) the charges are higher, along with deposits into the 1000's. I cannot find any local firms other than buchbinder, however a quick look on tripadvisor reveals them as massive scam artists. I have found one company based in Vienna only, which is a little inconvenient for me and my 4yr old with luggage. Does anyone know of an honest, decent car hire firm. Or better still, I would be interested in hiring a car from a member of the public (or someone on here!) tl;dr - I want to hire a car in innsbruck, from you, a friend, and not a rip-off company like buchbinder.

12-hour flight and Xanax

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Hello 4chan! I have an upcoming 12-hour flight from Tokyo to Atlanta and I have acquired 4.5 mg of xanax to bare this flight (I have flight panic). How should I divide this xanax? Should I take all of it at first or spread it, let's say, 1mg each 3 hours? Thank you!






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