VN + Laos on bike with Song doong cave
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Me and my friend are planning a trip to Vietnam and Laos on motorbikes. We're planning to buy them in HCMC and sell them in Vientiane. I read it's possible to cross border from VN to Laos somewhere in the north.
Does anyone have any experience with it?
How expensive it is to get the papers?
How difficult is to sell the bike in Vientiane?
Isn't it easier in some other city in Laos?
How much time do you think is enough for the trip? Three weeks, four weeks?
Any tips for must sees on the way?
We also want to visit Hang S?n ?oòng cave (pic related), but I read it's very hard to get there and you need permission (only 500 ppl per year), so our way wouldn't be very legal. Has anyone tried to enter it on foot?
I'm also grateful for any tips regarding Laos and Vietnam or riding a bike in those countries. We've been riding scooters for a year in taiwan, thailand and philippines. We can also drive bikes, and are familiar with the traffic in SEA, so there is no need to tell me that I will die in a horrible bike accident, I'm aware of the possibility.
Thanks for any tips.
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Hello /trv/, my mother recently inherited some money and is taking us on a family vacation to california. It'll be my first trip outside Canada since I was 10, and since then, well technology has changed. I'm not asking for advice on how things work or anything like that, my question basically boils down to;
I, like most people my age, engage in a healthy amount of porn. A lot of which, I got from 4chan, such as /h/, /d/, /f/, and of course I've been recommended other sites such as danbooru, ehentai, and of course;
You might see where my concern is coming from, as I do mainly operate from a laptop, and I do plan on taking it with me. Should I be worried about deleting some supposedly questionable hentai? Should I do a deep clean? Should I strongly reconsider taking my laptop at all? Or am I just being to overly paranoid? Thanks for reading an old perverts concerns.
Living in Chiang Mai
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I travelled to Thailand and Cambodia last year. Enjoyed it. My biggest mistake was not going to Chiang Mai and the North and instead opting to fly south to the shithole that is Krabi. Anyway, thats irrelevant.
I have some money saved and want to head abroad again except I don't really want to do the backpacking thing again this time around. I prefer the idea of just setting up home in a particular place for a few months and chilling out. Chiang Mai always gets rave reviews from the people I've spoken to. I know it is a very popular ex-pat and remote worker destination and I would try and make some online income or put my time to other productive use whilst there (although I currently have no real plan in place) I was wondering if anyone here has lived or spent a decent amount of time in Chiang Mai. I'd just like general advice for settling in, finding stuff to do, people to meet, women to fuck etc. Going native basically. I am on a budget of around £500-£600 UK a month, enough I understand to rent a basic apartment and live relatively comfortably in the North of Thailand.
Or any ideas for alternatives on a similar budget? I'm not intending on doing the "Digital Nomad" thing and networking and getting into that world. But then neither do I want to mix too much with backpackers. I'm done with all the tourist shit and partying now.
I have nothing to live for in the UK and zero ties. I may well be running away from things. But....meh, whatever, fuck it.
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I need some holiday advice, kindof.
I was thinking about taking my partner on a holiday for a week or so to a place in Brisbane in about a month and a half, but we broke up recently and I kind of still want to go but I feel weird going myself. Nobody I know can go, and the few that could I don't talk to anymore
> 2015 was the year for losing friends
I don't like going to pubs and clubs alone, and I feel like I would maybe see the city and do some shopping one day, then just sit in the hotel room bored getting stoned, drunk and ordering room service for the rest. That kinda just seems like a massive waste of time and money.
> the month and a half thing is because of some super stressful shit I'm going through at the moment with houses and money and bullshit so I really need a frickin holiday soon before that gets mentioned.
Is it weird to go on a holiday alone?
If not, wtf is there to do by yourself?
Ausfag btw, can't afford to do what I really want so I'm stuck going somewhere closer to home.
What would anon do in my shoes?
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I'd like some advice about work and live abroad. /adv/ does not work, so I decided make thread here.
Finished highschool with Information technology course. Couldn't afford go to university since lack of money and family personal problems. Father died couple months ago. Besides Portuguese, I do speak spanish and english fluently. Know a little of Italian and German, still can't speak in a fluent way. I've no problem to work in other areas that's not related with computers.
I did some research about some countries that i'd like some advices to help me choose my destiny.
Some friends told me that it was good 6 years ago. Most of job opportunities would not require you right away to know Dutch. The thing is that now things have turn other way. Still wouldn't be a problem for me to learn the language.
I've friends in Dortmund and Berlin. They told me you can have a life in the country, still there's alot of racism towards foreign people because of Turks immigrants and terrorism from ISIS. I'd also be happy to learn German as a fluent language.
I've couple people there. They can get a little more or less than in Portugal. I can get a job, almost right away, as a computer technician. Still, friends told me that polish people are leaving the country since country won't get any better soon.
This is option i've been thinking about more often. I've a friend there. I've been get alot of good info about country and job opportunities. Also way of living is very good.