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Well, it's still summer, I have a little extra spending money and I really, really want to take a trip out of the south (I live in NC) for a week next month.
Does anyone know any cities past the Mason-Dixon line that have shelters for people to stay in for free and that have a lot of single digit-priced things to do?
For what I estimate I'm going to have to pay for either my plane or Greyhound ticket, I'll probably have around $500 in spending money, so there doesn't necessarily have to be a lot of fuckin' hobo-cheap things to do for me to consider a city, but just trying to get the most for my money.
Oh, and if there's no shelters, I just want to know a place within the United States or Canada where it'd be relatively safe to backpack. I want adventure!
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Is there anyone here that have done the European Voluntary Service (EVS)?
"Work" (more like vacation I'd say, doubt it can be that demanding) in another European country for 2-12 months. EU pays for travel, food, accommodation, pocket money and such so it's basically free.
Or have anyone done anything similar? maybe studied abroad? Feel free to share your stories
Because of my very lacking work experience on my CV, and overall life experience I'm thinking of trying it out.
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New to travel, want to go to Austria. On a very low budget, tops 500€, thinking of camping in a tent, only paying for the flight and train there.
But I've heard it's illegal to tent in Austria because the forests and land is privately owned, mostly all of it anyways.
Anyone done this before? Tips and tricks?
Any packing I would need when tenting?
I guess, then general camping thread.
The great northeastern adventure
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Greetings /trv/. I dont come here often, but you never let me down when I visit and first I want to thank you for that.
June 30th I am leaving on a meandering roadtrip through the NE US. I have up to two weeks, and a budget of $1000 dollars. My gf is going with me, and i'm looking for ideas. Id like to stay mostly in VT, NH, and ME along the coast. Any natives on /trv/ that dont mind giving pointers?
Just a few things we're interested in. I will post pics of our trip when I return if you all are into that sort of thing.
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Okay /int/, I'm a language graduate who can't find a job, so I've decided to do TEFL to make money while doing unpaid internships and shit.
I speak Chinese and French, so I'll probably head back to China to teach, or maybe Taiwan.
Should I do TEFL or CELTA? I've heard conflicting reports about which is more widely accepted, and as TEFL is the cheaper option I'd prefer to do that if I can get away with it.
Second, do you think this plan is feasible? I'd kind of hoped I'd pick up a job without having to resort to english teaching, but the majority of internships out there seem to be unpaid, and I cant ask my parents to fund the whole thing (they would, but I'd feel like shit).
Also, how many hours do you need to do to get jobs?
Portland, San Francisco, Seattle
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doing a northwest swing. Everyone knows the obvious GGBridge and Space Needle. What are some of the lesser know things to do in all 3 cities. also any relevant sites, like where tv shows, movies, album covers etc that are of note?