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Brussels, Bruges or Antwerp.
I can only do one. Suggestions? Experiences?
Male who likes cool architecture, nightlife, friendly locals, cute women and doesn't like tourist traps.
(Yes, I know, I'm a tourist myself, real traveler, etc.)
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I'm planning a trip in eastern Europe with a friend of mine.We plan on going to Chisinau (Moldova),Tiraspol (Transnistria),Kiev (Ukraine) and if we have money Minsk (Belarus).My friend has been to Moldova before so he knows how things work there.But none of us have been to any of the other countries so can /trv/ help us?We'll be going in early august next year probably.
-How is the situation in Kiev right now,and Ukraine in general?I'm talking about crime rate and how the war is going (most news says it mostly ended)
-How are the prices in these places?I'm talking about hotels/hostels,food(restaurant,fast food,groceries),cigarettes,beer/wine/vodka.
-In Transnistria we've read that you can stay for 24 hours without needing to pay for a visa or something like that.I know moldovans are treated badly there and romanians even worse,any tips for ,,survival" in Tiraspol,what to avoid,what to see,how should we act?
-Is Minsk a dangerous place?Is Belarus in general dangerous for tourists?What should we avoid there and what should we see?
-Bus prices from Chisinau to Kiev,Kiev to Minsk,and what would be the most efficient way to travel back?(we'll research this ourselves too,but we were thinking if there was a cheaper way that only locals knew)
-What are the prices for tours of Prypiat and Chernobyl?
World Travel - Little Money
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Sup Anon? I'm a long term amateur photographer working on going pro and building a stronger portfolio. For this, I'm thinking of doing some world travel next year for 6-9 months. I'm thinking maybe Europe (Germany, France, Spain), Sweden, Norway, & Vietnam.
I'm from the USA and have never done any /int/ travel besides short Canada trips. That being said, I've done a lot of "on the road" type traveling throughout the USA. I'm familiar with the whole Food Not Bombs, squats, hitching, sleath camping, delicious trash food, busking, etc. culture.
How easy would it be to float around those parts of Europe, Scandinavia, and Asia with little money? I would have some type of device I could connect to WiFi, a hiking pack, sleeping bag, tent, etc. and about $5,000 USD. I'd be fine doing short term work.
OP image shot in Olympic Nat'l Park, WA
moving to America thread
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I'm tired of all the fucking Anti-American shitposts and self-hating Americans. Let's get a real thread started.
German here, my biggest goal in life is becoming an American. Greatest country of all time IMO. Just so fucking beautiful and amazing and I just love everything about it.
Since I don't qualify for most other visa, my main plan right now is to find an American gf to marry for a green card. Shouldn't be that hard, especially with my chubby fetish desu. Oh, I'm also gonna try the green card lottery every year.
Share your progress and tips, senpaitachi.
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Here in italy, they are deciding the name for a new bridge, and they made a poll on internet, since bridge "rice, potatoes and mussles" is just... no... I wanted to ask you all help, go to this link and vote for Harambe Bridge (Ponte Harambe), if you do so, in the future, you'll be blessed by Harambe himself, and make many people happy
Places you visited that have a bad rep, but you enjoyed
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There are a handful of cities /trv/ shits on, but I enjoyed visiting
Lots to do regarding history, art, and food. Beautiful city, although it is on the expensive side.
Not the best city, but I enjoyed my time here. Everything seemed super modern, which was a nice change of pace after seeing old buildings for my month before that. Super friendly people overall, but there are a lot of crackheads.
Dope city. Lots of people from all over the world, everyone is super friendly. Crazy good beer for cheap prices. The city is beautiful as well, but there are some places that are full of trash. Walkable enough, didn't use public transport while I was there.