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Has /trv/ been to Tijuana, Mexico for prostitutes before? Any stories, where to find the most attractive girls, or how to do the trip properly would be helpful. pic related
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I'm in my final year in university, and I'm going to have to start applying for masters/postgraduate programs pretty soon. My degree is in Chinese and French, I've been thinking of applying to Hong Kong University, on the basis that I loved HK while I was in China, and it'd be a good excuse to pick up a bit of Cantonese- I have decent Mandarin already, which I hear tends to be the business language of HK along with English. To any HKers or people who have studied there, would you recommend studying in HKU? Is it worth coming to Hong Kong to study, or is the expense too much?
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anyone been to avignon? i'm looking for a decent place to stay, prefer a hostel so i can meet some other travellers.
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Hi /trv/, Next year in February a close friend and I are looking to fly to Bangkok. From there we were planning to travel through Laos and Cambodia and end our trip flying out of Bangkok or maybe Phuket. We want to come up with a realistic plan on a map but I can't seem to find much good information on interesting things to see and do. There are obvious things, such as the tubing in Vang Vieng, but I'd really appreciate it if you could tell me about other things. Drinking and partying is one thing, but I'm also really interested in temples and ruins and other things that don't involve getting wasted every day. Once we have places figiured out, we can start coordinating out trip in relation to border crossings, etc. Also any advice would really be appreciated.
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23, male, full-time job but on somewhat of a budget (or rather, I'd prefer to spend as little as possible). I've been dying to visit St. Maarten for awhile now, ever since I found out about SXM (see pic). I'm a videographer and would LOVE to spend an entire day filming planes land at SXM. I'm looking to plan a short (3-4 night) solo vacation to St. Maarten, and was hoping to find someone here who could give me some first hand tips; like a good hotel, car rental, places to see/go, general safety tips for the area, etc. My main goal is to see the planes landing super low. Although, this is something I can do in one day, so I'll want other things to do as well. Would it make more sense to stay nearby or find a hotel for a better rate elsewhere and then rent a car and drive to the beach by the airport one day to film planes landing? All comments are welcomed! Thanks!
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After my lease is up in about 10 months I plan on taking all my money, flying out to Japan and living out at Buddhist temples for a couple months, hopefully for longer. It's the thing I want the most in life and my main motivation is that though at times it may be uncomfortable, I'm not going to die. Anyone else have experiences like this? What are some good places you've checked out? pic unrelated.
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I want to go to China sometime and would like to be fluent in Chinese. What specific dialect do I need to learn?

Netherlands and fossils.

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Hey guys, I've newly moved to the Netherlands (Gelderland) and am trying to find places to dig/buy some fossils. Tried around Winterswijk but that seems closed for the rest of the year and so far can only see Maastricht and close parts of Germany as an option. Anyone have some suggestions? Hoping to find somewhere nearby or over Den Haag/Amsterdam way. Thanks in advance if applicable.
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sup /trv/ Next month I'm going to visit Paris, France for a few days. Is anyone aware of 'out of guide' attractions that I should saw? What should I avoid? Any protips that I won't find on wikitravel?


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So, I'm currently awaiting a couple interviews for English teaching positions in China. I already had some for Korea. I'm wondering if any of /trv/ has done TEFL. I'm looking for your experience, and a realistic opinion and pro/cons you think I should be aware of. Being a man of the internets, I'm worried that I wont be able to hack the optimism that's needed. But I might be alright... As for my own experience, I've never lived abroad, only throughout Canada. I've travelled throughout Europe and North America, though.... THOUGHTS?
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In Zagreb the 13th of september, I wonder if any of you could give some nice places to visit over there? thx
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So my friend from the States insisted on staying with me here in the UK despite my objections that Sheffield (where I live) isn't particularly interesting. For the whole time he has been complaining about everything. Literally spitting out food I gave him to try (apparently Scotch eggs made him want to puke). Saying how shitty he thinks the cities are in the north (which they kinda are, but considering he is a person that sees himself as an enlightened traveller I figured he'd at least appreciate the crumbly red uniqueness of them). And generally giving the impression that the whole thing is a let down (although he won't stop saying how amazing his time in fucking Swansea was). I plan on going to York tomorrow but is there anywhere sort of in the north that might impress this shithead? I get the feeling I should just give up on trying to show him anything. On another note, am I being overly sensitive by finding his behaviour incredibly obnoxious?
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How much would it be roughly, each, for 4/5 people to go backpacking around Northern Europe for two weeks in the Summer (around the time of Somarfest)? My plan was to go with friends to Amsterdam, get a train to Copenhagen, ferry to Oslo, train to Gothenburg, train to Dalarna, train to Umeå, train to Stockholm, ferry to Helsinki and then the ferry to Saint Petersburg, staying at each city for one or two days. Would it be possible to do such a thing on £2000 ($3000), staying in hostels and living on fast food? If not, would it be possible just going Copenhagen, Oslo, Gothenburg, Stockholm and Helsinki for that sum?
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I want to go camping in the Smokey Mountains. Preferably around a lake so I can do some paddling. Anyone familier with the area/rules? I'm looking for a good spot. I'd like to camp off the map, but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to because it's a national park. Fuck paying for a "camp site". I was also looking at Fontana Lake. I'm about 8hrs away from the Smokies, so i'll be there for at least two days.
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Nick and I are planning to roam the US for a bit. Each with about 500 bucks for all expenses, driving around in my Subaru Forester. Tips? Where should we wander?
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Currently being a budget traveler I figured I could use the Interrail pass as a means of accommodation as an alternative in towns with slightly more expensive hostels. Arrive in Copenhagen, take the night train to Amsterdam. Spend the day there, take the night train to Copenhagen. Spend the day there, take the night train to Amsterdam. Et cetera, switch to another town. Anyone done anything like this? Horrible idea? What what?
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Hi /trv/ I come to you for advice. I am 18 years old, in good physical condition, and an absolutely overwhelming desire to travel. However, I do not have much money. I have about 2000 dollars right now, and maybe up to 4000 in the near future, but am looking to travel FULL TIME, not just a vacation... What can I do/where can I go to start out that would give me a interesting but cheap start to my traveling fantasy? Any and all ideas welcome!

Ryokan - Sex stories

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What's up /trv/ I'm going to Japan in a few weeks and I'm going to live at a Ryokan outside Tokyo. Is there any chance to have sex with my maid? Has anyone any experience with such things and if, please share!! Best regards
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Hi /trv/. I'm an American interested in traveling to Germany sometime next year for 90 days. I have a budget set, but I was wondering where in Germany you think is the funnest, as far as experiencing the culture and staying entertained goes. Also I want to know the pros and cons of staying in a hotel/hostel/B&B in Germany. Thank you!
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Hey TRV! check out my blog where i post findings from Google earth! - just like scrolling around and pick out some great shots.. and recently noticed i have quite a collection - so decided to share with the world thebestofpanoramio dot blogspot dot com (i do it for free - no ads intended - actually to help the authors)

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