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OK, here is a retroactive Xiamen thread. I will answer any and all questions that I can that you have about Xiamen, China, after having spent 3 months there working as a model. I will try to post relevant pictures until all questions have been answered. I'm also willing to hear your thoughts on Kuala Lumpur, because that's were I am based until November. Pic related, it's my roommate walking to a party one night in Xiamen.
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Hi /trv/. Im giong to Germany to a language course for 3 months. I have never been there and don´t know any german at all. I need tips and if possible a ride from the frankfurt airport from a cute femanon.

Anon hookup in Pattaya

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Sup /trv/. /r9k/ has discovered Pattaya and we wanna arrange a meetup there, for the purposes of fucking everything in sight and drinking ourselves stupid. Has anyone been? Does anyone wanna come with us? Can anyone provide some tips on what to do, what not to do, what complications we're likely to run into and generally help us to make this happen without disastrous consequence? http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=pattaya+walking+street Thanks /trv/
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Sup /trv/, this is my first time here so I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask. I'm British-Chinese and wish to move to Hong Kong in the future as I have a lot of family there. I know English fluently and can speak Cantonese fluently but I can only read/write very little... How easy would it be for me to move there? I guess I could always find a wife in Hong Kong but I have no idea how that stuff works. I turned 18 recently and got A's in Chemistry, Physics and Maths with an A in AS Biology. I've decided not to start University yet due to issues with money. Hopefully I'll start next year or something. Any ideas which degree would be best suited to find a job in Hong Kong too? Thanks guys <3
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I have become fed up with America, and have decided to leave. I have never left the states before, not even on vacation. I'm looking for advice on where to go and how to survive there. My problem with America is simple: I believe our culture has been deliberately designed by a secret few to facilitate consumerism, fear of the unknown, and conformity. I believe that, through television, film, and word of mouth, the zeitgeist of Americans has been carefully manipulated to create value systems that are beneficial to these secret few. We do not depend on ourselves to grow our own food, build our own houses, and live our own lives, but instead willingly enslave ourselves to employers to accumulate imaginary wealth which we can use to procure these necessities. I wish to skip the pointless middle step of slavery, and earn my life for myself, completely independent and sovereign. How and where can i do this? I doubt it can truly be done in America, as even the open country is subject to property taxes, permits, and other forms of government oversight, which means i'll have to look elsewhere. Canada is the closest and most accessible, with remote regions that are almost completely untouched by man, but the climate is nearly inhospitable, and i am not an experienced enough survivalist. Where in the world, then, can i build my own home, farm my own food, and live my own life, completely independant of any form of government, and how do i go about doing so?
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Anyone here actually been an ESL teacher anywhere in Asia? Any experiences, tips, suggestions about which countries are good and which suck, etc. . . would be appreciated. Also, if anyone has any idea, has the shit state of the economy dried up ESL opportunities over there at all, or is it still relatively possible to get jobs?
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Greetings /trv/lers: I am heading to Beijing early next year (actually, heading to another part of China on business, but have a few free days in Beijing,) This is my second trip to China -- first time there, I did the usual tourist things in Beijing. This trip, I'll be traveling with a friend who will be seeing China for the first time, and I know we'll need to get around to the usual basic stuff because of that. But I want to be sure to work in at least one not-the-standard-stuff moment while we are there. Already done/seen/experienced: The Great Wall, Tienanmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, ate duck, listened to abbreviated Beijing Opera for tourists, saw a show with the acrobats.

BRUSSELS

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So I'm headed to Brussels this Friday, coming back (to Germany -- we're driving) on the Sunday evening... I'm going to visit a local friend there, but it's actually my second time. The last time was also two days but mostly spent drinking/recovering (because it was a friend's birthday) and we saw a specific exhibit on our free day. We were a larger group and it was harder to really do too much. But I have seen the city somewhat, the Grande Place and Manneken Pis, Quick Burger, the Tintin Shop (I loved Tintin as a youngster), the famous Delirium absinthe bar (which we'll probably go to again) and so on. This time I'm going with fewer people (me, 3 others, plus staying with our local friend). It is also the other's FIRST time in Brussels, and I may have to repeat some of that basic touristy stuff again. Hardmode: two of them don't like art or museums. However I do, and if there are any really really worth seeing, I'm a big boy and don't mind going by myself. We'll probably visit the Atomium (especially requested. but is it worth paying to go up inside??). I've perused wikitravel, and here are a few places that piqued my interest... I really liked the Art Nouveau architecture and façades, so I'm on the lookout for that. Is the Horta museum worth it? Belgian Comic Strip Center I love Belgian beer (without fruit... Leffe, Grimbergen, Gueuzes, all the trappist stuff. just amazeballs) and would love love LOVE to visit a brewery, and I will almost certainly be bringing some home since we're driving. Wikitravel recommends Cantillon Brewery. Thoughts? (pic related. was last time)
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I'll be having my interview for the american visa soon, my plan is to visit a friend on her b-day, when they ask where I know her from should I tell them I met her 6 years ago playing WoW or lie?

16 Hours in Hong Kong

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hey /trv/, I've got a 16 hour layover in Hong Kong at the beginning of October. Anyone here have some advice on what to do? I plan on getting breakfast, lunch and dinner around the city and having a couple drinks before heading back to the airport. Other than that, what sites should I make a point of seeing, experiencing, etc?
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sup /trv/ Flying to Cairo in December, got a 9 hour layover in Amsterdam. Never been to Amsterdam except the airport before, really don't have an idea of what to do. I'll probably smoke weed, and try to see a museum. But other than that, I'm not really sure what their is to do in Amsterdam. tl;dr what do in Amsterdam for 9 hours

Pickpocket Attempts/Beggars in Foreign Countries

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Hey /trv/ lets discuss pickpocket attempts/beggars in other countries. Paris >Walking in Tuileries Garden to the Orsay >Roma deaf woman wants me to sign a petition >Told her no >Another deaf person comes and wants me to sign a petition >Told her no too >African security guard scares them both off >Walking on bridge in Seine >Old woman drops something >Tells me it's mine >Avoid her and keep walking Berlin >Several people with signs in Museum Island asking if I spoke English and would give money >Realize its a scam and walk off Dresden Nothing happened here Amsterdam >African asks if I want cocaine and Viagra in RLD >Know they're harmless >Keep walking Brussels Again, nothing happened here and was around for about ~3 hours I spent almost 4 weeks in Europe and nothing got stolen. My friends were surprised too as I had a $950 camera, an iPhone, and a wallet.
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hey /trv/, Going to thailand for about a month. General plan is to spend a few days to a week in the north - Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, rent a suzuki samurai or something, then flying from Chiang Mai to Laos, spending about a week there, then on to the southeastern islands: Koh Samui, Koh Pangan, stuff like that. I need recommendations and stuff to do around those places, and if you have a cool place outside this plan, feel free to say so, I have no problem re-planning it. Also, general Thailand tips thread.
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So In a nut shell I wish to move to Australia so will be going on a gap year to scout out jobs in a couple of years time. I will be saving money for said gap year; how much is a sensible amount to take? I would love to just rent a camper van and travel around Australia for the year with my girl friend. Would £15,000-£20,000 be a smart amount? I hope to work odd construction jobs to network and get experience while there but mostly enjoy the year
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Sup /trv/, Scotfag here, making the move from rainy Scotland to sunny Brisbane, Australia, in January. I'm moving to look for work in my field (environmental soil science) so am going to be there at least 1 year but hopefully many more. Anyone from Brisbane here?... Whats the city like to live in? I assume its going to be super expensive for everything? Also what is the spider/poisonous creature situation like within the city? Any help appreciated.
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How hard and risky is it to travel to North Korea? Is there any internet? Will I get shot for being a Westerner? What am I allowed to carry?
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I'm going to be visiting my cousin in london for two weeks in October. How do I get around to other countries? How do I deal with currency? What else do I need to know?
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So i hear southeast asia is fairly cheap, what could i do with around £1500 (approx $2380), how long could i stay and so on.
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Coolest city in Europe ranking : 2002-2006 Barcelona 2006-2010 Berlin (exacqueo with London) 2010-2012 London And now ?
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Hey /trv/ I really fell in love with these 'hennessy hammocks' (pic releated) But they are really expensive. Is there a cheaper alternative to them? >hennessyhammock.com/catalog/#hammock






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