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For those who travel by bus to get to another state or even to another country: what would you change about the system and what do you dislike about traveling by bus? I love roadtrips and I would love to see a new "mechanic" in which you're able to relax, say, traveling while the drivers puts on some neutral ambient music or lo fi for everyone in the bus, nice decoration, really comfy seats, etc. And if we're talking about a travel agency, my family would love the tour guide to talk about the culture while relaxing and listening to soft music, programmed stops for us tourists and excursionists to take pictures, watch the landscape, etc., before we get to our destination. For the sake of immersion in the culture and relaxation. I just think some of us enjoy the road way more than the destination we're heading. And I'm tired of just sitting and staring at the window for hours until I get to my destination, I know many buses have T.V. but they all play awful movies. What about you?
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>In my 30s >Hate my life >Hate the very concept of going to work >Just want to travel and be a bum for the rest of my days >Never gonna happen How the fuck do you cope with reality?
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>Born in Seoul >Adopted to America less than a year old >Virtually zero connection with any korean culture >Heading to Seoul by myself for a week in March. >Afraid of being bored for half the trip. I'm staying in a hostel and I'm pretty good at meeting people, but it is my first real international trip. I've invested in tinder plus and started matching in the area to hopefully discuss a meetup with someone who is familiar with the area. What should I do? During the night I'll go out drinking/clubs and meals of course explore street food and all that. But besides that what does one do during the day? Walking around and looking at shops is nice but a week of that is maybe too much. I would like to meet girls, but just general friends would be nice. tl;dr going to Seoul first time. Speak no Korean. Want to have a good time. What do?

Where U Goin for SPRING BREAK?!!

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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: >>1211184
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I will be here for a week in the next month. Anyone have some experiences? What to see and what to expect? What about alcohol? I know they're quite strict when it comes to that, but what is the easiest way to obtain it? Thank you.

Post Dream Vacations

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Here's Mine: Venice, Italy Ljubljana, Slovenia Zadar, Croatia Split, Croatia Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina Dubrovnik, Croatia Kotor, Montenegro Bar, Montenegro Bari, Italy Patras, Greece Athens, Greece

Bali Experiences

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I'm contemplating going to Bali, the place is beautiful, locals are people are friendly, but I have heard that the place is loaded with bogan aussies. Share your experience if you have been there and is there's another places like Bali in SE Asia? Not Thailand tho

SE Asia: beach with low tides for snorkelling

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Where can i find a beach with low tides at this time year? I would like to go snorkelling but Thailand seems to have strong, high tides at the moment.
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Hi /trv/ I want to visit Ireland and Scotland in July after I graduate from university. I recently came back from another trip from Scandinavia and wanted to try the UK. I'm not particularly interested in England but Ireland and Scotland have always appealed to me in some way. Mostly because I heard Ireland was an incredibly lush place and I've always been interested in the Scottish Highlands.Thing is I don't really know that much about the place or any good places to go. I wanted to ask you guys where I should visit? I plan to visit Ireland and Scotland for a week each I have around 7000 USD but I'm also planning on visiting Iceland and eastern Europe during this time. So I only really want to visit the essential places. I'm primarily interested in exploring/seeing the landscape and natural wonders but any cool castles or cathedrals would be cool to know about as well. Would also like to know about any good places to get drunk and party as I've heard the Irish know how to have a good time.
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I have 2 weeks between these three places, none of us are huge weaboos or anything, mostly just a trip for 3 people (2 women 1 man) to get away from work. >Tokyo >Kyoto >Seoul I was personally thinking >week Tokyo >4 days Kyoto >3 days Seoul

NYC question thread #59573682345674

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I have a few questions about a couple day trip I'm taking to NYC as part of a round-country adventure. >If I only pay a couple bucks to get in to the Met and Nat History museums will I be looked at as a shit-bag by ticket counter workers? >My train gets into Penn at around 2am, what is there to do between 2-6am? I was probably just gonna walk around midtown and time square since it will probably be less crowded but still walked as such as to make it relatively safe. Not to interested in bars but if it's my only option, I do like Jazz and blues. >What are some cool neighborhoods to check out and bike in and around Brooklyn? I'm pretty interested in architecture and like brown stone rowhouses. >What are some decent places I can get a bite for cheap, mainly mexican and italian places. I'm on a serious budget so nothing fancy. >What are some good bookstores and other little shops to take a look at while I'm there?

Mexico and Tanzania!

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Hey /trv/, I'm going to Mexico for a month in June and then flying over to Tanzania. What should I do in Central America for thirty days? I've traveled south of the border a handful of times, but this will be my first visit to Mexico. I'll be flying into the capital on June 26th and then flying back out around July 20th. Mostly looking for suggestions on Mexico. I'm going to be staying with one of my friends in Tanzania, who's there with the Peace Corps and is fluent in Swahili. He lives on Zanzibar Island and has traveled a bit around the whole country. However, still down for suggestions, especially relating to Kilimanjaro. Is it possible to climb part of the mountain or get a decent experience in the park without paying a shit-ton of money?
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I'm looking to mentally and spiritually detox in SEA. I'm planning on doing Three Passes and Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Where else can I go to clear my head in SEA? Traveling solo.

Who /amtrak/ here?

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Planning on taking it to Montreal from NYC for a concert. Anyone done this trip before? Also, general Amtrak thread.

Fossicking

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Anyone done much fossicking and know of good places around the world ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svOElxF88x0
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What does /trv/ think of the budgeteer crew? They seem to be a well mannered bunch so far. Is hitchhiking as adventurous as they make it out to be?

Copenhagen + ??

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Just booked a $89 ticket from YYZ to Copenhagen in mid-spring. what do in the city? Anything interesting to do in the surrounding area? Also considering taking a train to amsterdam 4 days in so I can fly out of the area at relatively the same price solo traveller btw thanks in advance

noko

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I'm leaving for South america in a couple of days, will spend 1 month there. I'm flying into Rio then out from Lima. Planning to spend a couple of days in rio during Carnival. Im thinking of hitchhiking and taking a couple of buses is it possible to make it over land or should I book a flight to shorten the distance?

Perfect City

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What is your perfect City /trv/? What are some characteristic and qualifications of your perfect City. Where you can see yourself living until death? Do any cities like this exist already? Are any cities close to this? I think mine would be: >ocean warm enough to swim in at least 4-5 months a year >no winters that ever go under 0 degrees Celsius >not a very expensive city to live in >smart city transportation wise, publics transportation bikes etc. >cultured city and people >near a big airport hub that has flights going to many places






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