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So I can see hostel info in the sticky, but what about hotels? I've scored a last-minute trip with my girlfriend, and I was wondering if I should research hotels beforehand, or if just asking info-centers at the airport/train stations would be good enough. I don't really have any experience with hotels, only with apartments and living on couches I'm looking to spend up to 35 USD a night, going to be in Thailand. I'm sort of hesitant to pre-book since we don't exactly even know what we want to do, but I am scared of getting ripped off, or at least not getting something as good as I could. Tbh we just want a room that looks really clean, so that we could just jump into a bed without worrying about anything. We live in China so we're (*she is) kind of sick of having to check everything for being cleaned properly and shes sort of a neat freak (wipes down soda cans) Any tips for working with hotels too? At this one we're in right now the first room we were put in was nasty, so we asked for a new room, I thought they'd give us crap or ask for more money but they just moved us to a nicer room in like 2 seconds
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There are train tracks close to where I live. For six years I've walked the tracks hundreds of times without trouble. The past year I've used the tracks to walk into the closest town (6km). I get off the tracks when I enter the train station - no official has been bothered by this. Recently I notice when I'm walking back home at night, a car stopping at a bridge crossing the track, and shining a bright light down searching for me. After a few minutes, he would drive to the next bridge and shine down. He never finds me. It shouldn't bother me, but it does. I'm very confident that walking on the tracks is no more dangerous than walking the side of a road. This divides people. People love preaching how fucking dangerous the tracks are, but they don't know shit.

want to move

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i forgot it's name but there is a town that supports illegal downloading in Europe
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>you will never be a legendary hiker http://www.scaruffi.com/travel/best.html
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What was the name of that oil company in North America which pays travellers lots of money but pushes them to the limit physically and keeps them in the middle of nowhere? Sorry I'm not being very specific, hopefully someone knows what I'm talking about
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2-nd year in engineering student. I have reached a point in my life, where i have to decide, what to do in my life. I'v constantly depressed over the fact that i have to work for the rest of my life as another gray cog in this system we call society. I've come to an conclusion that society doesn't need me, i have nothing to give to the mankind. it can operate its monstrosity on its own. I have chosen to finish my studies (for my parents) and then pack my backpack and leave for the world. So my question is what do i need to know to travel around in the world. I will have my guitar, clothes and some cash (not over 100 euros). I thought that joining the circus would be a good idea for the start. Any help is appreciated.
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Hey /trv/, not sure if this is the right place to ask but it is travel orientated, for those of you who have a decent amount of money saved up $100,000+, how do you keep it invested while travelling? I'd like to earn passive income from an inheritance that is around $150,000AUD and need some advice. Thanks in advance
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Hello /trv/! I'm taking a trip to Portland, Oregon in a month, and it'll be my first time traveling internationally so I'm pretty excited! I'm basically going there because I've been interested in the city for a while, and want to get out of the small town I live in out in the Australian countryside and just have a relaxed escape. So I was wondering if there was any advice you guys had to offer on it, any places that you think are worth seeing, personal experiences and the like?
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I'm going to San Diego for spring break. What is fun to do March 11-16? College budget. Thanks.
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I’m planning a short summer holiday with my girlfriend. We’re both 18 and pretty big into the UK rave scene, so anywhere we go has to be good for nights out. We’ve discussed Berlin which is obviously good for nightlife, but have also considered other places like Budapest which is fairly cheap (it needs to be a cheap holiday). What are Berlin and Budapest like for nightlife centered holidays? Where are some other good places to go that are cheap?
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Alrighty, going to Las Vegas this weekend and to the Riviera. No microwave I think. Any food to bring that will last awhile so I don't binge on buffets and overpriced food, or good places to head out to off-strip or such? (The in-n-out still there?) Driving by the way.
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This right here is my fantasy. I want to cycle the whole Americas and hopefully get sponsored with all of the funds going to prostate cancer research. Do you think this is possible? I'm still in the early stages of planning it out. I was thinking the way to the tip of South America would be from the west coast and back to Canada would be from the east coast of the Americas.
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Hey /trv/! My friends and I will be going to Montreal this summer. What are the hot spots there? What's the best way to have fun there? And before you ask were all 18-20
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Just bought a ticket to Nippon, going to Toyko -> Osaka -> Kyoto no plans after Staying 4 months Want to get job teaching english Kiss less virgin want to meet and fuck qt local girls Not opposd to long term or long distance relationships Wat do /trv/? >Looking for any advice on how to get job once there and get a sexy gf >pic somewhat related

Working in Australia

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Sup /trv/, I'm considering moving from Europe to Australia for a while with the working holiday visa (1 year). Any tip about what kind of job is more common for foreigners there? I have a degree in computer science, but I'm comfortable with any job.

Bahamas and Djarum Cloves

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Well I'm going to the bahams soon and I would like to enjoy a pack of cloves, however, being in the US severely limits my ability to purchase them, stupid ban, anybody know how I can make my dream come true? Also I'm going on a boat
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How many hours do esl teachers in Asia work per week? I can't seem to get a straight answer online. Lots of pages throw out these 15-25 hours per week ads but then say theres like 20 more hours of office work. So is it just a normal 40-ish hour work week usually? Is it easy to manage a good work-life balance? Pic related, what I get to see when waiting for my bus and why I need to gtfo.

ITT: Good Old Fashioned Racism and the Post-WWII World

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Hey /trv/ I was wondering if you guys would be interested in these? I picked them up at a local thrift store for 10 bucks in total. They're old travel/culture focused enyclopedias from around 1959. I bought the six avaliable and it turns out that Vol. 6 is missing, but the ones I have cover these areas of the world: Vol. 1: British Isles and Western Europe, Vol. 2: Baltic States and Central Europe, Vol. 3: The Near and Middle East, Vol. 4: Southern Asia and the Far East, Vol. 5: Africa Australia and Southern Island, and Vol. 7: Latin America and General Articles. Is anyone interested in seeing whats inside? Is this not travel related enough?

Traveling Alone

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Specifically Scotland. I'm choosing a safer, english-speaking country for my first go around. My friends think it's pretty weird (they can't go, money issues) but I don't think there's anything wrong with traveling alone, right? I don't think I shouldn't go just because nobody else can. Obviously I'll meet people at the hostel or around so I don't think that'll be an issue. I'll be going in July which happens to be the same time their music festival (40 minutes from Edinburgh) is happening. I figure I can fly into Edinburgh stay a few days, go to the concert and take a train to Glasgow then fly home (Philadelphia) in about a week or so. Anything I need to know about traveling alone or Scotland in general? I'll probably be doing this a lot since everybody I know is broke.
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Anyone skiing in St Moritz this month. Heading down next week any tips for first timers for St Moritz ski holidays? I'm aware of the costs of this place so should be in for a good time (I'm hoping).






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