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Anyone here have any experience with interrail? Bought a ticket or similiar? I'm thinking of buying a pass for next summer, but iIm not sure if I'd travel cheaper buy buying idividual tickets in the country. Thinking of spain and france.

Seattle, Portland or Los Angeles (or something else)

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I have to get from Vancouver to San Francisco next week, and I might have a few days free in between, so I could waste some time on the way there. Just checked some flights, and it seems like it wont make much of a difference, if I have a day or two layover in either of those cities. Which is the most worth visiting for such a short stay? My general framework for this all: *I'm an Europoor, so I have not seen too much of the US, but I'm always interested in learning more *I love nature and being outdoors, but that is not practical for such a short trip I think, so just some "city stuff" would be OK for me (museums, local food, interesting architekture) *Staying longer in Vancouver I can do, but I have been here now for 4 months, so I guess I have seen all I wanted to see *San Francisco I dont need more days, since I already have been there before *I mustn't necessary spent a shitton of money, but if I have to spend up to $200 a night and it's worth it, that will be OK *I'm also open for other suggestions *Las Vegas for example is probably a suggestion, but I have been there before, though I'm kinda tempted to just get an ultrafancy hotel room for cheap, since I'm not going there on a weekend.

Redneck towns

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Post pictures and stories of depressed rural towns. I believe this one is in Ohio

Vegas

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I'm going to Las Vegas tomorrow, I'll be there for the entire week. Has anyone ever been? I'm trying to figure out things to do, night life, etc. Otherwise I'll spend the entire trip sitting in a casino drinking.

Who /uninhabitedislands/ here?

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I have a fascination with secluded, uninhabited islands across the world. Many often have histories of becoming temporary homes to shipwrecked castaways or monasteries for medieval monks. In the second half of the 19th century, the New Zealand government deliberately introduced rabbits and sheep to the isolated Auckland islands as a food source for any shipwrecked sailors, of which there were many. I'm lucky to be in a position where I can pursue my interests without the financial worries. In February I set sail for Disappointment island in my yacht to explore any evidence left behind by the survivors of the Dundonald shipwreck of 1907. The men survived off seal meat and built sand dunes for shelter. They had one match between them which they used to light a fire that was never allowed to go out. Sorry lads, taking selfies with the Eiffel tower doesn't satisfy my travelling urge. I want to explore.

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 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: >>1182510
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If you had 20k in your pocket and could move anywhere, what country would you go to? I'm thinking of going Japan or S Korea. The struggle I'm having is trying to think of a job i could get. I could get my TESL but I don't have college experience. Would lack of college really fuck me over that hard? Should i just stay in US and cut my loses?

Canada IEC

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Canada thread. Can anyone help me? I'm applying to Canada on a Working holiday visa and they require police clearances from countries where you have lived over 6 months. I lived in the UK 3 years ago for 6.5-7 months and can't really get the clearance from there due to me having many addresses and lack of documents needed. I never officially "checked" into UK cause I landed in Dublin and took a bus to North-Ireland, where I lived and left the same way. Should I even mention it on my application or should it be okay?

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 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: >>1184988
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I was discussing with a friend about my interest to visit Japan. I'd like to see a few historic places that are outside the usual tourist destinations. He advised me not to, as the people there could be quite racist (especially towards darker colored people). How accurate is this?
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I want to travel all the African countries, but I've always wondered one thing.. >How do you bribe with border customs?
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Going to Manchester for a couple days in March before continuing further into Europe. I've figured out what I want to see and do there, but what about food? Any must try places or types of food?
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Hey guys, Does anyone know of some sort of forum or service in which people can swap currencies? For example someone coming to my home country could trade their currency with mine, in person on their arrival, for the exact exchange rate. I am specifically looking for cash swapping AUD <->JPY

What is life in Alaska like?

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I am thinking of visiting Fairbanks area potentially to scout if its a good place to open a small business and live. Just wanted to here advice from residents on what they like and hate about it. About me; >Love winter >think short days spent inside is cozy >love nature >love fresh meat and seafood >somewhat reclusive >like the simpler life and self-sustainability >conservative >like guns >hate the Fed
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I'm flying with them soon and I've heard a lot of negative talk about them. Should I be worried about anything? Is there anything I should prepare beforehand?
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why is it so taboo to talk about pattaya? and are the girls there (not the traps) incredible? is it cheap? redpill me on SE Asia
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ITT: Friendliest city/country you've visited or lived in. pic related
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I'll leave for Budapest in 15 hours. I'll be there, virtually alone, for four days. I've never travelled on my own. What do I do in Budapest for four days? I don't want to be a tourist, I hate the herds mindlessly jumping from place to place and I abhor the idea of becoming one of them. I already got my hands on the LonelyPlanet guide and on a smartphone (without a SIM card), where I downloaded the maps and Tripadvisor. What can I do, beside strolling? Is there anything I should know? Parts of the town to avoid at night? Common scams? Do they speak English, there?
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Hey guys. post travel blues stories and advice? I'm really struggling here and i need some perspective. 25yr male fyi. I was horribly depressed, did my 2 and half year European travel adventure, found myself spritiual awakening blah blah i hope you understand . I returned to my hometown, Adelaide where i have been more or less for the past 9-12 months. i feel very isolated and my depression is coming back, i find myself bored and unmotivated to do anything. i'm not sure if its adelaide, the people here, or if its just suburban life that is killing me. i find some old friends/family boring and pretty well all of them are leading the kinds of lifes that i don't want any part of. everyone i know expects me to act a certain way due to our past history, and I willingly participate in the charade sometimes too. i just got an invite for a pre christmas gathering of my extended family, and the thought of going makes me physically sick. my priorities are vastly different and i tend to think deeper than most. on a plus side quite a few people are openly commenting how they wish they had my strength of mind to live my own life regardless of social and cultural norms. while its nice to be an inspiration of a kind, fuck its hard being dragged down by all this shit. though i have met a girl here, we were together for 3 months, and to put simply, having her around was my main source of motivation. she is now studying in scotland (organised before we got together, she is sad she had to leave me). which will take 6 months, i'm 3 months in. this might be a cause for my shitty mood. But still, if a woman is the ONLY thing i really like about this place, you think i still just hate this place? tl:dr post travel blues stories and advice?

The dumb-ness of the average 'traveler'?

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I'm in Australia now doing the typical work-holiday thing. I signed up for a bunch of facebook groups for backpackers here, you know, to meet like-minded people to maybe do something after work and on weekends. I just can't believe how stupid the average person in those groups is. I understand that many of them are still kids, first time away from home, but while funny at first I now realize most of these people are just morons, I never acted like that at their age, I can't believe some of what they write. One girl for example wrote a post about meeting people and I added myself to this chat group she created. A few hours later she posted on facebook that she's so poor she can't afford food and is asking for places to eat for free, oh and she's vegan so yeah!! Then a few hours after that she posted in the chat group that she's going to a club that has a $20 entry fee and $12 drinks. Another girl complained that after working for 8 months on some farm it only took her 3 weeks to spend all her money down to her last $1000. Yet another wrote that after landing here she spent 1200 pounds in 8 days. It's not any different in the hostels. Most of them are entitled little shits. They fucking start their skype chats in the middle of the night waking everyone up instead of leaving the dorm, and then complain about noise in the morning. A lot of them end up eating noodles and toast to save but spend $30+ a day on alcohol (and that's not even when going out, cause there they spend in the $100s). The French and Germans will always fucking talk in their languages even though it makes everyone else uncomfortable. This is very unusual for me because I have traveled quite a lot in the last 6 years and haven't seen this yet. I assume it's the Australia factor, a safe English speaking place that attracts a lot of newbies. Makes me want to leave and I've only been here a couple of months.






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