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So I travel to Hong Kong a lot (this is maybe my twentieth trip, combination business/family reunions), and I think I've pretty much run out of things to do asides from eating (which I've done quite a lot of) and shopping (since I'm not a woman there's not a whole lot to buy)
I've still got a week left in Hong Kong and am curious if there's anything else I should do aside from wander aimlessly around the city. I've done most of the touristy stuff like the Peak and the cable cars and Ocean Park, visited every museum (yes, including the ones that are roughly comprised of two rooms), etc.
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Backbacking in Europe.
4 months or 5 months?
Starting in September, this year.
Plan is to visit Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakkia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, Austria, Czech, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and UK.
Plan is to travel on foot as much as possible, hitchhiking, possibly EuroRail at some points and local transport.
Will be sleeping in a small tent/w sleeping bag for the most part.
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Hey guys, I am going on a trip tp Europe soon and I was wondering if you had any advice. Things I should avoid, foods I should try, ect... Things that would generally make my trip more enjoyable. It will take place during the first week of march and it should be about 10 days long. It will start in london and then we will travel to Paris and Germany and Switzerland (not in that order) and a few other countries that I cant remember right now. It is with a professional tour group so although I will have private time, a lot of it will be with my group. Also, I am 17 and Canadian and this trip is done with my school.
pic related : I think this is the route we will be taking.
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I have break from school in the first 2 weeks of February and instead of going skiing like everyone I decided I am going to fly to Barcelona for a few days with Ryanair (cheap as fuck) with 2 female friends who are 17 - I'm 18.
I've been in Barcelona and Spain before but I'm wondering what kind of stuff there is to do in February - apparently the average temperature is 12-15'C which is nice. We don't need anything concrete to get excited about, just the experience of being abroad is enough to have a good time, but it'd be cool to do something other than walk around the city, visiting shops and bars along the way.
Secondly, it's the first time I'm planning a trip by myself, what are the most important things to keep in mind so this works out alright?
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Hey, /trv/. I'm here to ask a favor, or to help you out, depending on what you want in life.
This could come to bite me in the ass, but I kinda hope it does some good for somebody.
Here's a link to a study abroad scholarship application for $2500, if you want to apply. http://www.studyabroad101.com/scholarships/academic-programs-international-api
And here's my submission. You can read if you like, like if you want, or just ignore this post altogether. That's up to you.
Thank you for your time.
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Soup, trv, it's pho time! I wanna go Vietnam.
What are the must-see places for a first-time traveler there, and can anyone recommend hotels? I'll be going over Chinese New Year, so will be competing against other travelers from Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and so on.
Oh, any suggested vaccinations?