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Why do you hate cruises /trv/?

Japan General

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New Japan General since the old one is past the bump limit: As always, feel free to ask about: >Travelling to Japan >Living in Japan >Teaching in Japan >Joining the Yakuza Also info on prostitution http://rockitreports.com/category/sex-in-tokyo/ Please check the /trv/ sticky before asking questions. It's filled with links to great resources, many of them specific to Japan travel. Please refrain to the old thread while it's still up: >>1029795
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How do you /trv/elers afford to travel so often and for so long? Also, don't you have obligations at home or anything?
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I have the option of a 1h 45m layover in Hong Kong or a 23h 30m layover. Is the long layover enough time to do and see anything good? I'd land at 6am and my flight would leave at 5:30am... I take it transit to the airport would be running at these times? Worth it? It's a business trip, so I either have the layover in Hong Kong or get to Bangkok earlier (on a Thursday)... either way, don't have to do any work until the Monday.
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Hey guys, what's up? Starting this thread to ask a single question. I'll be travelling to south east asia next month and have heard that at times, things can get kind of sketchy in the rougher areas. My question is, should I carry some kind of protection? Such as a knife? My girlfriend thinks that is a bad idea but I honestly think that should I get into a situation where it is needed, I would like to have protection. Any opinion is welcome! Thought picture was funny, kind of related.
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Is it save to travel Russia?
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What are some stereotypes about each Hawaiian island?

Travelling has fucked my life.

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I'm not a smart guy, very little in the way of formal education. I got a job when I was 17 saved up 5k over a couple of years while living with my parents and set off to Asia. I spent a just over a year there (India, SEA and China), living it fairly rough (though still better than a significant proportion of the locals) but doing what I wanted, I had lots of good times a a few bad times and difficult situations, but through it all I felt alive. It felt real. I was doing something. I've been back home from that trip for three years now and I'm finding it very hard to deal with "normal" life. Everything is shit and fucking boring, work is boring, people are boring, everyone is fully invested in their shitty lives and jobs and gossip. It feels like I'm floating on a platform looking at it all from a third person perspective. I'm not smart enough to get a good job and I cant join the army (or whatever) for medical reasons. I guess I could go out and travel again but that isn't going to fix anything, just drag out the problem. Similarly I doubt a second time away will be as big of an adventure as the first without travelling to a war zone or literally sleeping on the streets. (I don't have a death wish) I just cant seem to settle back into "normal" life and its killing me. Can anyone here relate? Any fix for this?
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Where is the best place to exchange currency for China? I know airports are the worst, but what is the best place?
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So, i'm going to spend 6 months in India, can someone tell me what is the cheapest way to overnight? I know there is a lot of Ashrams, 2 years ago i've been in two of them as a tourist and it was nice but spending more time than week or two in place like this can be annoying. My goal is just live there for a few months and enjoy weather and indian culture. How people there react for tents? Are hotels have decent prices for longer period of time? What is the best region to live in?

Travelling in Amsterdam, Camping

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I'm travelling to Amsterdam in October this year with my best friend. The thing is, we travel with a really tight budget. From my little research, I saw that there are lots of campsites there. We love camping, but not a single one of them has the option (or at least mentions it in their website) of renting a tent. They only rent tentspots. For many reasons, we cannot bring a tent. Is there any campsite that would rent us, or do we have to buy one? Also what are the prices for tents, even second-hand? Finally, is it more worthy to go camping or stay in a cheap hostel? Thanks P.S. Unlimited 2-day ticket for public transport or bike rental for 2 days?

New Caledonia general

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Anyone been? French cowboys, fat melanesians and nice nature. Is there anything else?
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I'm going to the Philippines in December with the Pinoy in-laws. It wasn't a choice of mine, I just have to go because I married into a crazy 1st gen Pinoy family. What can I do in Manilla and Palawan? I'm sure I won't have much time to do a lot of shit but I'm curious as to what unique shit those places have to offer. What are the best local beers and other alcoholic drinks?
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What's the best place to travel to if you wanna smoke weed and get a tan? My best experience so far has been the Canary Islands, in a place called La Gomera. You can get 2 grams of hash for 1 euro. Everybody smokes over there.
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Hello /trv/! I request a little assistance. I'm traveling to San Francisco for the first time in October. What should I expect? I would like to know some great places for food and some activities. I'm only there for 3 days, by the way. Also If there's a good place that does Molecular Gastronomy that would be great to know also. Thanks
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So I'm on hostel world trying to book my first few nights in a hostel in Dublin. The price first says around $25 per night, and when I go to select my dates and room, it comes to $70 for a bed in a 10 bed room. What am I doing wrong? This can't possibly be the correct price.

South America

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So I am a first time traveler and I am setting out to backpack the South American continent in a few weeks time. My first stop will be in Cartagena, Columbia. I have a couple of questions that I have been wanting to ask: What websites do you guys use to book hostels, also is that the best way to go about getting a room? I have heard that its not safe to use taxis in South America, and that busses are the safest way to get around the town. What's the validity of this? My ablity to speak Spanish is piss poor but I can understand 60% of it if its spoken slowly and I have 0 knowledge of Portuguese. How bad is the language barrier? I would like to visit the Galapagos islands is there any budget friendly tips you guys can give to besides booking late? Also would it be better to spend the money to visit Manchu Picchu instead as I am in between these 2 places because my budget won't allow me to vist both Any general tips on traveling to Patagonia as far as traveling there, etc. Any general tips to mitigate costs in general? Finally should I get vaccinations for going to these countries??
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If I worked my ass off for a few years, earning around ~$40,000 a year, and saved like 95% of my money; after how many years of work could I just stop and go travel the world for the rest of my life?

Oktoberfest!

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Hey /trv/, Going first time to Oktoberfest in 2 days,for around 4 days total. Would love to hear about: -tips & tricks -do's & not do's -best beer tent -how to score with a beer girl -general funny/interesting stories from your experiences on Oktoberfest
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From Cape town, to Morocco, to Saudi Arabia Pic related. I'm a complete novice to /trv/, have never been outside of the United States, I want to dive head first into traveling. I want to backpack, hitch, and do whatever it takes to get to my destinations and have fun while doing so. More than likely I'll be going this trip alone, if not hiring translator(s) to help me along the way. How feasible/retarded is this idea? I'm thinking, with headroom, it'll probably cost me around $10,000 to do the entire trip. From Cape Town, to Rabat, to Riyadh, back to Cape Town.






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