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Hi, /trv/! I was at Hong Kong Gentleman's Club a few weeks back. Yes, it's a strip club/brothel. It's also the greatest paradise in the Western Hemisphere. Ask me anything. I'm normally on /pol/ but this is post is inappropriate for there.


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So, I'm going to move to Kyrgyzstan in August and I'm going to live there for around half a year, maybe more. I'm going to teach English in Bishkek, but I'd also like to take time to explore the country and also the surrounding countries(Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, China mostly). Has any of you ever been there or done a similar thing? The things I'd like to do includes: -visiting nomads at the countryside -climb a mountain( an easy one, since my physical condition is pretty weak) -find historical places -visit cool natural places, such as canyons, valleys, etc. -try the weed/hash there I'd appreciate your input, /trv/


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Going to Bangkok next week and will be spending 8 days there with absolutely no plans. I've never been to Thailand before and the stuff on TripAdvisor looks a bit dull. I'm really interested in seeing more than just shopping malls and weird touristy temples. A day trip to somewhere interesting would be great. Any recommendations?

People wih social anxiety only

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>I don't have much friends >I have a lot of social anxiety >I'am almost hitting 38 >I haven't travelled because of my social anxiety I want to travel and see the world before I get too old. I don't mind travelling alone because I don't have a lot of friends. But just the fear or going somewhere new and not knowing anything or anyone really scares me. The social anxiety just makes it worse. I want to see and do stuff that a lot of people here in /trv/ do or any other travel site do. And just try new stuff see exotic places. So anyone who is in a similar situation. How did you deal with your social anxiety? Do have any techniques you did to keep your cool? And what did you do when you were abroad and your social anxiety got a strong hold of you? I just hate this shit and I want explore the world before I get old and crippled.

Trondheim- What to do in a day?

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Hei f@m, I`am gonna be the whole day in Trondheim tomorrow and have plenty of time to do stuff but I do not know what. Any recommendations or pesonal experiences?

Amtrak Question

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Greetings everyone. This summer I will be taking my first trip across the country (by myself nonetheless). I'm planning on taking an Amtrak train from New York to Chicago. After going through my ticket selections and such, a thought occurred. "Will I have to swap trains at some point?" I haven't confirmed my tickets yet, but I'm curious to whether or not I will need to get off at an intermediate station to get on another train. The thought is kind of unsettling, but I'm just curious if anyone has an experience.

Latin America

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Is it dangerous for a girl to travel to Latin America alone via student-run programs such as Aiesec?


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I'll probably be going to Curaçao this summer, and will be there for a little less than 2 weeks. Are there things I should definitely see? I mean the island is like 500 square kilometers, but it's easy to miss things on such a small island. Missed a lot in Liechtenstein as well. Stories about Curaçao would be really nice to hear as well.

Should I switch to another language?

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I am from Hong Kong. I've been learning Spanish for half a year now. I've been learning at a much faster pace that I expected, but now I am thinking about switching to another language. The story is this. I've always wanted to learn a new language but I didn't have the opportunity to do so during secondary school. Back then, I would have probably picked French, German, or Japanese. During high school, I met an online friend who happens to be Spanish and we ended up talking every day. At uni, I had the opportunity to pick whatever I want as a new language for fun and the beginner courses here have a reputation for being easy to get good grades. I picked Spanish as I simply have someone to practice with and I think having a language buddy will definitely help me to become fluent in a language. I ended up enjoying studying the Spanish language very much and I made surprisingly fast progress by myself. I love the way Spanish sounds. However, I do realise that I did initially pick a language because "I have some online friend who speaks that language". I don't have a crush on him (I am a girl btw), yet I think this is kind of a ridiculous reason to pick a language to learn and will lead to assumptions from other people and I do not want that. The truth is I wasn't particularly interested in Spanish/Latin American culture (I tend to stereotype type it as weedland). My parents do not allow me to travel there as they think that it is dangerous and very far away. I self-learned a bit of French, yet I didn't like French as much as I do not like the way it sounds. I think switching to another language may be a good idea as I don't want my online friend to think that I have feelings for him while I don't. However, I do realise that if I learn French, German, or Japanese, I will not have a language buddy and finding a language buddy who you can talk to all the time is not that easy. Whatever language I pick is unlikely to affect my career prospects.

Japan for my 21st birthday :D

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Hey guys, I am turning 21 on July 4th and wanted to visit japan for my 21st birthday some time during July is there anything fun or interested you think I should do? I am a bit of a stoner on weeb to give you some information about me.

About Thailand

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Hey guys, I´ll be living in Thai for around 9 months at the province of chonburi. And got some questions: Any advice abou thai and the sorroundings of chonburi? Any advice on Thai ppl customs and manners? How´s internet in Thailand? It is cheap to travel through the country? Are there things I should avoid beside traps? Best Thai food dishes I should try? Any adv is welcome, I just know the basic things about thailand.
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Hello /trv/, Need help and encouragement. Situations in my life have lead me to this point: I will be going on my first solo this summer. I have about 2200£ saved up and have 3 months off during the summer. As this might well be the last time in my life I get this much time off and I have money saved up, I gotta go. Gf dumped me and best friend bailed, so either I don't go or I go alone. I'm really scared of going alone tho. For now I am thinking Indonesia June-August, roughly 3 months. I want to get my scuba diving licence, I want to surf, I want to check out volcanoes and temples and I have to meet other young people. So: >25 yo male >Relaxed, friendly and sociable, but also introvert. Don't mind spending time alone. >I really want to meet young people, preferably hot girls and surfer guys, and tag along with them for a few days. Booking in max. 1 week from now. Please: -Encourage me to go solo, tell me about your first solo experience and why I should go. I'm worried. -If you been to Indonesia, give me ideas! It's a massive place. Basically, can you hold my hand and help me get excited? Thanks xx

Eastern Europe railways

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Has anyone here much experience with trains in Eastern/Central Europe? If one was to get to Zagreb, would it be better to depart from 1) Bucharest, 2) Cluj, or 3) Sofia?


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I'm interested in going to Russia, especially Moscow and Saint Petersburg. I'm also looking for a smaller Russian city (Stavropol or Volgograd?) and maybe a town to experience the tundra. Is this a good idea? Any recommendations? I'm European if that makes a difference.
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I need a plane ticket to go to Japan :v

Japan General

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New Japan General: As always, feel free to ask about: >Traveling to Japan >Living in Japan >Teaching in Japan >Joining the Yakuza >Getting your weeb fantasies crushed *Info on prostitution* >http://rockitreports.com/category/sex-in-tokyo/ >http://erolin.net/ *Note about the JR Rail Pass* Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary. >http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options: >7 day Pass: 29,110¥ >14 day Pass: 46,390¥ >21 day Pass: 59,350¥ Please check the /trv/ sticky before asking questions. It's filled with links to great resources, many of them specific to Japan travel. Please refer to the old thread while it's still up: >>1105120

Going to Istanbul for a long weekend, any non obvious things?

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I'll be going to Constantinople with le gf for a long weekend. Any non-obvious, (ie. not on wikivoyage; NYT) things to check out? I'm especially interested in street photography so busy streets with (weird, interesting, …) people, markets, etc would be cool.
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What's the best way to get from Helsinki to Tallinn? I know it's by ferry but which service is the best? For some reason this issue is causing me a lot of anxiety. There are several different services and a lot of them have bad reviews or are too expensive. I almost booked with a service called Linda Line but backed out after the reading of their excessive and unexpected cancelations, not to mention their extremely sketchy payment system for there website. Anyways what is the best way to get between the two cities? Is booking ahead necessary or could I pay at the time of service without risk of a ship being overbooked? Thanks for your help /trv/!

Travel alone

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So /trv/, I'm planning a backpacking trip alone but am afraid of a scenario in which I don't talk to anyone or anything during the trip. Have you traveled alone? What's it like
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I'm looking for a place where I can combine beaches/snorkeling/diving, and forests/jungle/mountain treks and wildlife exploration. I ended up thinking of Thailand, and Ko Samui in particular, but I'm looking to add a few more destination ideas to my list. I previously had a lot more vacation days so it was fine to do a lot of traveling within a country, but this time I'm pretty short on those.

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