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How far is considered travel? Seriously. At what point is your trip travel? If its close by, does it have to be somewhere you never visited? Is it still travel if you have been? When is going somewhere travelling?

Where should I move to?

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So basically I'm a 21 year old male who has lived in the Baltimore area his whole life, and is looking for a change of scenery. Right now I'm basically an alcoholic/ drug addicted college dropout with little friends and a crappy retail job, so I wouldn't be sacrificing a whole lot. I have a little over $20k saved up, so once I'm finished with my mandatory drug treatment program I would be able to go pretty much wherever the hell I feel like. Which cities would you guys recommend? My sister lives in Brooklyn so that would be a decent choice, but the cost of living is expensive as fuck. I heard Seattle is legit, and I've been to Wilmington, NC a bunch of times and I like it a lot, but the job market is kinda shitty. So yeah and suggestions would be appreciated. I would prefer a city with good public transportation (driving sucks, and I can't get another DUI), however it's not a requirement or anything.
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Hi /trv/, I am unhappy living in central new york. I had a good job but lost it due to sequestration months ago. I have a dead end job and am generally unhappy here. My girlfriend and hopefully soon to be fiance is in California taking care of her grandmother with Alzheimer's and supporting her family and will stay there until her grandmother passes which could be anywhere up to a year from now. I want to move to California where my industry is strong and I have a shot at landing a good job and to be close to the woman I love. By August I'll have saved up maybe $3000 to pull this off. Ideally I'll live somewhere in the Los Angeles metro area. Is there any advice you guys have for relocating? I am leaving all of my possessions behind as I am 22, and don't have anything worth taking with me, it'll be a one-way ticket kind of deal. Any government programs for helping people to relocate for work at all? Could I moving to California as unemployed get short-term welfare/subsidized housing? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as I'd need to sustain myself for up to 3 months without a job (i want to be as sure as I can I'll have time to get a job). I don't want to end up homeless and having to retreat back home to my parents and start over again.
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FUCK /trv/! I have been travelling Australia for one year and I head home next week. I'm going to S.E Asia in September, hopefully for a long-ass time but fuck me sideways if I don't want to return to my boring, backwater, uncultured, grey and depressing town in the north of england. I never want to go back there again, but my situation dictates that I must. How does /trv/ combat reverse culture-shock? Pic related. Me.

Help with Europe vacation

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Wife and I (from California) have booked a flight to London where we will stay three nights, from there we booked the train that will take us to Paris for three nights, from there we are lost, we have 6 nights left with at least 3 of them maybe 4 to be spent in Rome as that is where we are flying home from. Where should we add in between Paris and Rome? Both of us are a little ADD in that we get bored quickly. Can not do too many museums. We love to eat and explore which is why Rome is up our alley. Neither of us have been to Europe before and likely will not return in the next 5-10 years. Options, could be to add a day in Paris and one in Rome leaving only one extra day to be spent at some point between Paris/Rome hopefully as close to the train tacks as possible. HELP...

Eurotrip!

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I'm going to Europe for the first time ever. Here's my schedule Dublin, Galway London Paris, Reimes, Normandy Beach Athens Rome, Naples So question is, what cool stuff should I see while I'm there? obviously things like the louvre, and the parthenon are a given. But anything that is a bit lesser known touristy stuff is really what I'm looking for. I have 4-6 days in each place.
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Thinking about moving to Seattle from Louisiana....I'm a sophomore in college and a finish carpenter. I was hoping to find information on housing, both the housing market for renting and for homes being built, and also how is the job market and what is a good university that isn't expensive.
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Hello /trv/. I want to move to the USA, because I want new experience in different country and different culture. I'm European (male, white, if that makes any diffrence). I don't want to lie. Green Card is bullshit, I want to overstay If things wouldn't be so bad. What can I expect? Do you think the police may arrest me? >pic unrelated
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Slim chance, but I gotta try: I've been tasked by the boss to to find a private jet charter, saving as much cash as possible. Without going into specific details: Western USA to North Africa to Middle East, back to Western USA. 5-7 passengers, 1500kg cargo. Amenities not important, just the travel. I'm mostly curious if anyone here can recommend a charter service or re-seller.
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I wanna hear American experiences going to mexico with a friend or a spouse. So i has an idea of how to handle it.
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What's there to do in the San Diego area if I were to go there for a couple weeks? I'd be staying with an uncle in Escondido
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I'm planning a trip to northern MN, Grand Portage area, in early June. I hope to spend some time along the north shore from Silver Bay all the way to the border, with more time focused around Grand Marais and Grand Portage. I haven't spent a lot of time north of Duluth before. What are some interesting places to see?

Toilets

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Okay so I have an odd question. I'm from America where we have toilets and even back when we had outhouses, we sit sat down to shit. I've happened across porn here and there wherein strangers will meet in foreign bathrooms and there isn't a toilet at all. Instead they squat over a hole. Before you ask, no I'm not into scat or piss. It's just where the narrative of the porn starts. So with these hole-in-the-floor type establishments, is there a flush functionality? Don't they smell awful? How sanitary can there be?

Amsterdam

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Sup /trv/ I want to travel to amsterdam for a weekend in june with some friends. It's not our first time there but we decided to need a break and we loved amsterdam the last time. Do you have any suggestions for sleeping there as cheap as possible? You can also share your trips or something, thank you
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Hey Folks, I am planning to do a hitchhiking trip throu eastern europe. Anybody has any expieriences in hitchhiking there? what do one has to know before? Cheers
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Can I do all of these in roughly 4 - 4 1/2 hours? I arrive in D.C. at 12:40pm at the Union Station and leave for New York at about 6:00pm.
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Sup /trv/, I'm leaving for China in two days, but I have a 15 hour layover in Seoul, so I figured I'd go into the city for a few hours while I'm there. Problem is, I have no clue what to do while I'm there. Any suggestions? What places should I visit and what sorts of things can I do while in Seoul?

Working Holiday in Austraila

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Starting in mid June or early July, my boyfriend and I are going to Australia for a year on the working holiday visas. I've looked around a lot online, but I still have some things that it'd be nice to have some more input on, especially from people with personal experience. 1. We're planning to earn most of our money by working on farms, does anyone have experience with this or have recommendations about how to find this work? We will be doing WWOOF stuff in between places that pay, in order to avoid hostels as much as possible (they add up quickly when it comes to staying somewhere a week). 2. Any recommendations for gear? I'm talking about sleeping bags and tents that would work well for a year in different places around australia. We'll be using them at campsites in between places if we can't find anywhere to stay, or on a paying farm if they dont have anywhere to sleep and we will have to carry them in our backpacks so weight and size when stored is a big deal. 3. Personal stories? I'd love to hear some 4. I'm a professional photographer and I'm looking for a netbook or something that can run Adobe Lightroom so I can keep up with all the pictures I'll be taking. .It should be lightweight and we're open to the option of buying it in australia if it would be less expensive that way, any recommendations? We are in Belgium and will be traveling to Istanbul and flying from there to Australia. Upon arriving we shoul I'll be around to respond to stuff and answer questions if any more information is needed, thank you.
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Working vacations. I want to take a year off and go to Australia or New Zealand to work/travel. I'll probably end up fruitpicking or something, but i don't mind that. Any experienced people here? Do's and don'ts?
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Do you use English while traveling? Or do you try and learn the language of every place you visit (at least a few basic phrases)? For people using English - do you have an accent that gives away your country of origin? Personally if I'm going to be somewhere for more than a month I'll try learning the language thoroughly, but less than that I only learn useful phrases. I am fairly confident in my English, but I've been told I've got a weird accent a few times before.






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