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Iceland in December

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hey /trv/, first ever post here me and a friend are going to Iceland for a week and a half in the middle of December to try and give ourselves the best chance of seeing the aurora. I know we won't be able to do too much other sightseeing because of how short the days are, but is it really that bad? like, do we need to bring a portable floodlight or something to navigate our way around town?
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A Jewish friend of mine is considering a birthright trip to Israel. I'll spare you the annoying rant about why I think this is utterly retarded, but he seems pretty set on getting a free vacation out of this regardless of the implications. Are there any free/cheap alternatives to doing an Israel trip through Taglit?

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: >>1041660
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INDIA general TIPS
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Traveling alone on 5000$ Where should I go what should I do there? Leaning towards Japan but also interested in eastern europe. All I do in my own country is browse 4chan. I don't want to fly across the ocean to do that in a hotel somewhere else. If I travel it would be with the intent to get to know people from different walks of life. I dont think visiting monuments would help me realize that goal (but would still be an easy way to pass the time) Maybe a better question would be where have you traveled and what did you do there?

Northern England to Spain

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Hey /trv/! First I want to start out that this is my first post on /trv/ and i'm looking for any person who has lived or been around Alicante area before (pic related. I want to say my background in England. I currently Live in Liverpool in a rough area and I've lived here all my live. I live with my father who is self-employed who he can support us thought rough times. Financial and money related isn't an issue and won't be discuses this in this post. Oh, btw My Dad is the one calling the shot, hes got the house and everything. .Okay let me begin. Me and my family are moving to Spain, South of Alicante next year in the summer time and I was wondering If this was the right choice from anyone who has a experienced prospective in Alicante. This is were your part comes in! I need to know what i'm expecting in south of Alicante. >Are there any English or non-Spanish minority or majority living IN Alicante and which areas? I have the option of staying in Liverpool. This will be difficult for me to do. This is my first post on this board, Many thanks to /trv/!

VLOG CHANNEL

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Who like Dubai,You travel to Dubai,You see cara Gold?

canadia

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Toronto Montreal Ottawa Quebec City Will only go to 2. Which?

DPRK General

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Just got back from the DPRK. I'll be happy to answer any questions Went on the rason tour.

Going to Thailand soon, need some advice

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I'm going to be there for 11 days or so. I'll be staying in Bangkok for at least part of it and my friend wants to go to Phuket. Are hostels safe to stay in? I have some luggage (a fairly big backpack and a suitcase), will it be secure there and will I have some place to store it with it being relatively safe from theft? Approximately how much Baht will I probably need to include hostel, food, alcohol (probably), travel between Bangkok and Phuket and back, etc? If anyone has answers to some of these questions, it would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm going to vegas for the first time in two months. What should I expect?

The truth about traveling

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'Travel' as leisure is for schmucks Thankfully I realized this early on life as a child/teenager, having spent a cumulative year of my life in several dozen countries, but many people have never been overseas before and get lured into this scam because they hear about how great it supposedly is. You want to experience 'travel'? Go to that local suburb you've never been to. Or go to a nearby nature reserve; there's bound to be one. Stay there a day; a week; a month - it doesn't matter. The truth is that the world is pretty much the same wherever you go, or at least your experience of it is. At least if you stay local you won't bleed a fuckton of cash in the process. If you're looking for an 'experience', 'new friends', girlfriend, etc. then forget about it. Lots of naive fools have been duped by this one. 20-somethings drifting through life with nothing to show for it, so they think that if they travel they'll be treated as a god in another country (exoticism) and they'll be molded into a new experienced person with a lot of great stories to justify their existence with. Protip: The only thing they'll treat you as a god for is your wallet, and you'll be the same empty shell but with $X,000 less cash in your pocket and a month or two shaved off your life by the time you get back. Travel isn't even fun. It's not leisure. Leisure is playing vidya, talking with a friend or walking along a beach at dusk and collecting sea shells. Very little of travel has anything to do with any of that sort of thing. No, here's your 'itinerary': Up 5AM sharp. Pack luggage. 6 hours in taxi, customs, duty-free and waiting for boarding. 12 hour flight and checkout. Sleep because you're buggered. Too bad, 5AM sharp. Eat stale croissant with bar of butter. Exchange $1000 of your rapidly depleting savings for local at jew rates. Spend 12 hours on 'tour' (90% window-watching getting from point A to B, and trash trinket buying). Sleep in unfamiliar hotel bed. Repeat until completion.

General Amsterdam Tips

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ITT we share general tips about things to consider when traveling to and staying in Amsterdam, whether it is for the first time travellers and for the more experienced

Blue zones (longevity)

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I don't know a better place to ask this question, so here goes. The Blue zones of the world Okinawa japan Sardinia Italy Icaria Greece Ect Are regularly studied regarding what they eat and what they do for a living. But I can't find anything documenting their hygine habits online anywhere.. I figure it'd be interesting to know how much these people bathe, what soaps they use if any.. toothpaste, shampoo, if it's common in those areas to clean your pooper with water rather than toilet paper. If they use mouthwash or any other products big companies want us to buy to improve our health

Ethiopia

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Hey /trv/ Any advice on traveling through Ethiopia? I have a flight booked next Saturday to Addis. I have family that I will meet for the first time in Bahir Dar. What are some other cities to visit? Things to do? Ill be there for 3 months. I'm interested in hiking, camping, wildlife, eating kitfo and tibbs and smoking pot. I would consider myself a budget traveler. How much can you expect to spend a day on food and accommodation?
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I'm going to fly with a plane, and I'm scared as fuck. Help!
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How does /trv/ afford exuberant air costs? It's about $1,000 roundtrip to Europe and 1,500 for Asia. Maybe I just have a skewed view of money, being a dirt poor college student. It's frustrating because I have wanderlust bad.

Drinking abroad

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So lets talk about booze and travel. What's your favorite drink when traveling? Do you guys seek out locally made alcohol or drinks that are popular in the given region when you travel there? What drinks have you tried abroad for the first time and then started drinking them when you got back home? I don't usually drink sweet alcohol drinks, pretty much drink beer 90% of the times I drink any alcohol but when I went to the Caribbean I totally loved all the mixed drinks they made there. The mojitos there were so much better than the ones I have back here, maybe it's due to the warm weather, maybe due to the atmosphere, but they never taste the same here. This rum and coconut liqueur is pretty good, definitely not something I would have tried at home for the first time.

Bridges

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You ever come across a particularly nice bridge?






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