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>Hehe if you come visit I can be your tour guide~~ :) How legit is this? I've heard the same thing from a French girl, a Japanese girl, and two Chinese girls. Seems like a red flag.
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Westchester anon here, i want to visit NYC for a day or two before Christmas any tips on where to get an airbnb while im there? Ive been to Manhattan/central park/chinatown plenty of times but i would like to see the rest of the city
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Hi all - I am heading to Taipei in June. Taking all suggestions or thoughts?
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Anyone from western Canada ever been to Vegas? I want to go to Mandalay Bay, but I heard the pool is turned off right now. WHY? It's -25 where I am, it's like +25 in vegas. Why do they close it?

im going to japan :)

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hey /trv/ im about to spend the next two years in japan and i have no idea what to expect. i am VERY excited about the prospect of living in a foreign country seeing as ive only lived in the us for the 24 years that ive been alive. as i said before i dont really know what im walking into so im doing a little bit of asking around. so what kind of things should i expect? if you could could provide me with what youve learned from your experiences and also help me in some fact checking in the research that ive done so far i would be immensely grateful. outsiders are allways just that. it is nigh impossible to be seen as something other than gaijin. is this true? i love anime. seriously ive got 1.8 TB worth of it and ive seen almost all of it. ive read that the japanese populace view the anime "thing" as weird and childish. to paraphrase what i read "you will have to hide your trigun DVD collection just like you would in the states" the quote isnt 100% accurate but the gist is the same. is this true? ive heard that the sushi in japan(especially on the coast) is the greatest thing ever. you can walk up to a fish market and watch them kill the fish and make it into sushi and its amazing. is this a thing? is this as awesome as it sounds?
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Im in Hong Kong Guys what should i do
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Have you ever been to the Smoky Mountains? Was it worth it? Is it safe to go in winter?
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hey trv, new here. Going to Paris and Genova this christmas, was wondering if you guys know some cool places to hang out/things to do on a tight budget? pic unrelated
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Hey /trv/. When you guys travel, how do you go about the actual traveling bit? Do you bring a car or motorcycle? Is it worth it to go and get a drivers licence or should I use that money for the trip?

Spain

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I'm going to spain next month and I'll have about 5 days to explore. I am most likely only going to madrid and barcelona. The question is, which city should I spend more of my time in? Flying into madrid and then flying to barcelona and back. Definitely want to tour some architecture and hit some museums but I am also really into food and have friends coming along so we'll want to go to bars at night. Which city is worth more of our time?

South America Travel PY-AG-UY-CL

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Hi /trv/.I'm planig my first major travel,it will be to South America (pic related) and would apreciate some fedback and tips,mostly from locals or people who have been there before. PY-AG-UY-AG-CL I am fluent in Spanish and English.I'll be traveling just with a backpack (have a 20L and a 40L but will do my best to fit all my stuff in the 20L one,opinions?) and my DSLR camera. I lived in Asuncion for 8 months and have a good idea how the city works. Budget $4000 (after plane tickets).I wont need to pay for my stay in Asuncion, Montevideo and maybe Santiago.I know Buenos Aires is very expensive but i'm not looking for that face of the city, though i would like to know how munch could it cost a week there in a cheap yet secure hostel. I'm not expensive, dont need great hotesl or fancy restaurants.Know the most expensive ones will be AG and CL I will need to cross land borders, do you know how good/bad are the following borders? Encarnacion(PY) - Posadas(AG) Concordia(AG) - Salto(UY) Colonia del Sacramento (UY) - Buenos Aire (AG) Buquebus Las Cuevas (AG - Cancha Pelada (CL) I have a doubt when it comes to AG.I'll be going from Buenos Aires to Mendoza in order to get to Chile but would like to know Rosario o Córdoba.I bet they are not as expesive nor have the crime rate of Buenos Aires but do they worth the detour? time:1 month (can extend a week more if i have to) pic 1/5
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Do you ever feel slightly creepy when you're going to certain places alone while solo traveling?
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Have any of you guys gone travelling with no money? Is it possible to find cash in hand jobs quickly? I would love to hear stories and travelling tips.
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Hey guys, do you guys ever find that while travelling you find a really nice looking restaurant, but then hesitate to go in because you cant speak moon runes? Have you ever missed out on some prime eats due to a language barrier? Please do my survey on this topic, I am trying to win a free trip to Japan and if I win I will show you my gf's tits

Bulgaria

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So I'll probably be travelling to Bulgaria in late January/early February. I'll be flying to Sofia and then travelling to Plovdiv. What should I expect? How bad is the gypsy problem? Will people speak much English? Do Bulgarian women like foreigners?

Northern Ireland

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Any tips for someone moving to Northern Ireland? Im moving in with a friend and probably will get shitty job to support my hobbies at least for a while. What are some jobs anyone could get into? Also whats best beer and national food I should try? I'll probably do some sightseeing too. I'll be living somewhere between dublin and belfast.

Via de San Francesco

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hey all. long time lurker and occasional shitposter. so in a section of my nine months traveling this year my gf and i walked the 500 odd km of the way of st francis from florence to rome via the appennine mountains. i/we enjoyed seeing rural tuscany, abruzzo and Lazio and having had so much entertainment on this forum this is my AMA in return. we're 29 yo australians with passable italian. we walked over 28 days in september/october. the walk has more altitude gain and loss than the semi comparible camino de santiago (done in 2010). there is a mixture of church supported accommodation and commercial b&bs and hotels. food and days are easily planable to stop in towns/cities each night but always water and often lunch needs to be carried. the trails are a mixture of rural/forest and rural towns. we were just off the back of long distance hiking in the US and had pack weights of about 6-8kg. we used sandy browns guide book but its inaccurate and frustrating as fuck. enjoy some pics and AMA.

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: >>1188212
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So I'm applying for an 8 week summer internship with my university in one of three cities: Dublin, Hong Kong, or Singapore. I'm wavering on which one to pick, so I'd like to ask /trv/ which one provides the best opportunities for in-region travel, food, sightseeing, and etc. >Hong Kong I'm a huge sinoboo with a massive boner for Chinese history, food, and culture, but: (1) I don't speak Mandarin or Cantonese (2) My ex-gf is from Macau and if I went to Hong Kong she'd want to see me, which is no bueno. On the other hand, being in country would be a great opportunity to learn Cantonese, and the food is dank. How easy is it to get around with English? >Singapore I've heard it provides easy access to places like Malaysia, Indonesia, and other countries in SEA fairly easily, and that the food is fantastic. On the other hand, I've heard that there's not that much to see, it's extremely hot, and crazy laws. Any veracity to those claims? And how easy is it to get around with English? >Dublin I'm of Irish descent and have always wanted to go to Ireland. I speak the language, there's good food and good beer, and interesting stuff to see, with easy access to the continent. On the other hand, I studied abroad in Europe earlier this year, and I'd kind of like a change of pace. Right now I'm leaning towards either Singapore or Dublin.






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