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WWOOF thread

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Anyone here done any WWOOFing? I've heard of a friend that's doing it right now and it sounds pretty fucking interesting. I'm not scared of manual labour but I don't know much about the organization or type of work. Any experiances you guys are willing to share?
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I am Italian mother tongue, spanish bilingual graduated in modern languages. Where i am more likely to work abroad (maybe not in some italian restaurant) with decent pay? I am discouraged to get certification to teach english abroad, because i am not from USA or england. Where should i start my searching, /trv/?
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Guys, I need your help. I need 300$ for going home from another city. I can tell you my story, if you help me. I hope, when together we can doing this, please. https://www.paypal.me/Senechka believe that you have the humanity and kindness to his neighbor.
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Hey guys. I'm visiting london next month. Are there any places worth visiting? I'm more of a shopping kind of guy. Also, are there going to be a bunch of muslims?
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Can you make a career out of teaching abroad? I'm native English but do not have a degree. From what I understand, SE Asia, South America and Eastern Europe all have opportunities if you do a TEFL course? I have no prospects back home and if I'm going to become a minimum wage slave I figured I might as well go and live abroad and have an experience. Is it possible to progress at all and increase your earnings or are you basically stuck in low paid foreign teaching positions for life? Also, I'd rather teach adults or do private tuition. Do you have to start with schoolkids and work your way up?


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To anyone from The Netherlands I plan to travel there sometime this year most likely by myself is there any advice you guys could give me about Do's and Don'ts of the country? As well as if travelling there alone is a good Idea, Also is it possible to bike the entire country in two weeks since I heard you can rent bikes there?

Meso/South America

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I'm looking to do a trip over the summer going from Suriname into the Central American peninsula and ending in the northwest of Mexico. I would preferably spend a good chunk of time in Columbia and Venezuela. Has anyone recently visited these countries and how was the experience overall? I'm aware of the safety concerns in general but am looking to check out hands on experiences.
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Ill be travelling around europe for 8 months with only $1,000 as my budget after airfare. Ill be only travelling around Portugal, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Austria and maybe Switzerland What are my chances of ending up dead? How can I avoid ending up dead? I own a violin but im not too good, I bought a flute and a Chinese flute and I cant play those either so busking seems bleak
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Hi guys, my friend wants to visit Israel with his gf at the beginning of february. He doesn't know 4chan so I am making a thread for him. Is there anything he and his gf should know, any dos and don'ts? What places/cities are a must see? He will be renting a car so they can move around.

Move to the midwest

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This is where i'd like to move based upon climate/weather. The black indicates acceptable, and red indicates desirable. Any advice/suggestions and or redpills/knowledge for me anons? -- I have two AA degrees that relate to the outdoors, as well as 4 years experience on the job, which is why i hope to move to the region. Thanks in advance contributors

Travelling jobs

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Let's discuss jobs that will allow you to travel or live as an expat, other than TEFL. Here are some starters: >logistics / supply chain management >humanitarian aid work >embassy / foreign service >flight attendant What do you think /trv/? Any personal experience?
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>That guy who travels because he has to pay for sex Inb4 "you pay one way or another" >I never pay

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/ >http://rockitrisingsun.com/ *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: >>1205567
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Is it difficult finding remote programming work living somewhere like Vietnam? (I want to move there)
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Which city in America has the most efficient public train system? You know, for people that don't want to waste money on buying a car

Money when travelling

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I want to catch a bus from Cape Town to Lilongwe and then get to Lake Malawi. How do you guys keep cash safe when travelling to places that probably don't have ATMs?
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Anyone got experience with leaving his car behind in russia (without the costly process of importing etc)? Thinking about just pretending to have gotten it stolen but im not exactly sure wether thats a good idea. >pic semirelated
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What's the best carry on backpack

Salem, OR

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Apparently it's 40 minutes away from Portland, is also the capitol of Oregon. Has anyone been there? Is it a shithole?

Working Holiday Visa's

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How exactly do these things work? The way I understand it after a friend told me about them is >you need to have at least a few thousand bucks to be eligible so you can afford a return flight >you work a part time job >??? >after 6-12 months you get booted back to home country Any of you folks have experience with these?

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