Help me to find my mother.
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So here's the deal.
I know that 4chan has plenty of good and bad guys. Witch includes also good hackers.
I'm 26 years old and i'm a proud single father. I've born indo Macau in 89. But in 91 my father decided to go back to Portugal and my mother didn't. So they divorced. I still live in Portugal actually. And my mom use to sent me every christmas eve some letters sayin that she was ok, and my older sister and younger brother were fine. She even came to Portugal to visit me in 99, year where i recieve my first gameboy pocket. And she invited me and my sister to spend a month vacation with her. We travelled in singapore, malasya and thailand phi phi island where my mother s family lived. Then we came back to Portugal. And that's where i last saw her face. In 2004 a tsunami hit the thailand shore and destroyed everything that was near the ocean. Since then my christmas letters stopped.
But í Don't know how to find her. I Don't have an address. No phone number. Only the name Duangjai Thimsiri. And some photos. And my birth registration number card in Macau. No more info or data at All.
I really miss her and i have to tell her that she is already a grandmother.
I'm uneemployed, have late bills to pay And my wonderfull 1year old son that helps. Portugal sucks 'cos everybody is emmigrating to run for a better lifes. We have amazing surf beaches and music festivals, But that s All.
So i appeal to all the ways that i can use in order to find her.
Please help me out 4chan guys. Do your best and if you need some docs that could make this search easier please facebook me or email me.
I don't even know if shes dead or alive. For years i thougt that she didn't loved me or that she was dead.
But one thing i know.
I want the thruth.
I love my missing mom.
Noé Pardelha - facebook private message.
Would you help a son to find his mother?
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So, I'm flying to Tulsa, Idaho via Amsterdam and Detroit from Edinburgh, Scotland.
I have a butterfly knife of value and sentiment. Will it be alright to transfer it via checked luggage?
Googling has left me with unclear and different answers.
I can leave it with a family member here so, it can be held for me. I was able to take it before in freight. But moving alone this time, having only my luggage and carry on, I'm not sure what to do.
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Hey guys. I notice there's quite a bit of information about travelling to Japan in the sticky, but I'm after less generic information. My question is: what were your personal favorite places, things and events to see while in Japan that aren't obvious tourist attractions?
I'm going to Japan for 3 weeks very soon and am it will likely be the only time I go for a while so naturally, I'd like to get as much out of the trip as I can. I'm going with a group of what you'd call hipsters (I'm more of a weeb, that's why we're going), so most of them aren't as keen on seeing Mount Fuji or Tokyo Tower and the traditional stuff you see in travel brochures. I tend to believe the opposite - tourist attractions are popular for a reason - so if there are some obvious spots/experiences you'd highly recommend, I'd love to hear them too.
We'll be spending about half of our time in Tokyo, a few days skiing around Sapporo, and the rest of our time between Nagoya and Osaka. Aside from that, we have nothing in our schedule, so any suggestions around those areas would be great.
I have about 6 months of Japanese lessons behind me, so I have some language and written skills, if that's relevant to any recommendations. I'm happy to break away from my group of 5 if there's any things best experienced individually. I have a fairly strong interest in traditional Japanese culture, and as 20 somethings, we are also interested in the nightlife.
Just looking to hear what you guys thought were the best things to see and do in and around the above areas. As well as first time travelling to Japan tips, I suppose.
Sorry if this isn't the kind of post/detail you're used to seeing on /trv/, this isn't my native board. But thanks heaps anons.
Also: Where is pic related, is it nice? Found this picture a few months ago and couldn't find a source.
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I just got back from a Europe trip, hit up a few cities in the US as well. I wasted quite a bit of money on hotels and hostels when I didn't even end up staying in them. Picture is very related.
One example, I got this fucking awesome place in Manhattan for $200/night on AirBNB, total of 3 nights. I check in, go to a bar later that night, meet a girl. End up staying at her place for the first 2 nights. $400 down the drain. Shit like this has happened too much. It's KIND OF ok if it's only a $20-30/night hostel, but still.
Honestly, I wouldn't mind sleeping in a hammock, in a park, on the street, wherever the fuck when I don't get lucky... but the question is, where the fuck do I keep my 45L fully packed backpack? I'm packing pretty light and it's still holding me back. Carrying my bag at all times is annoying as fuck, let alone weird sometimes (bars or clubs)
UK/Ireland in the winter
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Hello /trv/. So i got 2 and a half weeks off work during christmas and new years and i was thinking about doing a UK trip (i live in Romania). Im starting in Dublin. Ive been told that the weather is shit around that time so i wont be going for much scenery.
Anyway, i was wondering if anyone can give me useful information such as cheap/good hostels, main things to do and see, daytrips you can take or anything else on these cities im considering:
>Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and London
Also if theres anything else you think i should do in the UK that doesnt require great weather i would be very thankful if you could share it with me.
Driving from Las Vegas to San Francisco
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Greetings, fellow travelers, I will be in Las Vegas and San Francisco next month, and I am wondering if I should just get me a rental car that i can return at SFO, instead of returning it at LAS and entering a plane to San Francisco.
After a quick look at prices, it should not make that much of a difference, and even if it does, I dont really mind spending a few hundred more or less.
so the question is - is it worth it? I am an European, so driving through the US for a while seems kinda interesting, just for the sake of it, but I am not sure if that particular stretch of road is intersting enough for an approximated 9 hours total driving time. As a hydrologist, the central valley and the drought are of course very interesting to me, but I doubt I see much from the car window.
Passing through Yosemite might be fun, but seems like all the passes are closed already, so I would have to take a detour via lake tahoe or Reno, which would make this a 2 day trip probably.
I could also go through death valley, but that also seems to increase the time to 11 hours. Worth it? Or go along the coast for a bit, but that is also 11 hours.
How to best get from Las Vegas to San Francisco.