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Hey /trv/, can you help me to make a decision? I'm a 28-year old German high school teacher (not really high school in Germany, it's actually for students aged 11-19) and I teach English, French and philosophy. I've worked in France, the US and Japan before, where I taught German, but also worked in public relations for a German institute. I’m pretty interested in East Asia and my two most obvious options are: 1) Working for an international German school. It would be basically the same job as now, which means a pretty good salary, but also horrible working hours (50-60 hours a week, working on weekends preparing lessons and grading). Obviously, it would also look pretty good in my resume if I wanted to stay in the field. However, I couldn’t really choose where to work and I’d have to be very lucky that one of the schools in East Asia needs a teacher just right now (there’s an open position in Shanghai though). My family and friends and can’t understand why I even want to go abroad, but for them this is at least the most sensible way to do it. (...)
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Hey guys, I'm going to spend about 2 weeks in Shanghai later this year waiting for someone to meet me. I was hoping to spend the time doing something that will have me sharing an apartment and spending time with other young foreigners. It's a bit too long to be the solo tourist in my opinion. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? I thought about a language school but 2 weeks doesn't seem like it will be enough time to make any real progress. Money not a problem (within reason)


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English version avaliable in right corner http://www. pocztowka-z. blogspot. com/2013/08/Pielgrzymka.html

Stuck this weekend in Brattleboro, Vermont

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I'm going to be up in Brattleboro, VT this weekend on a business trip I don't actually have to attend, what kind of adventure stuff is going on in VT. I was thinking about caving and cliff jumping but I'm not familiar with the state at all. I will have access to: *Car with unlimited mileage *Hotel Room in Brattleboro *Gopro and various cameras I'm just looking for some cool stuff to do/film, suggestions?
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Hey guys, I'm going to be studying in the Netherlands for 4 months. I will be staying in Emmen, a city in the very east of the country. I was wondering what's worth seeing in the Netherlands and its surrounding countries. Visiting Amsterdam and Groningen is a must, but I'm also looking for less obvious places I should visit, so maybe some native anons could help me here.
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Hey /trv/, I'm going on a 3 month trip in November and I will spending a bit of time in one place before moving on to the next. What I was wondering is what do you guys do on weekdays during the day, when all the locals are at work and you have a lot of down time? I was thinking of using Monday-Wednesday as days when I would travel the greatest amount before settling down for the end of the week. I'm also travelling solo.


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I'm going to Berlin fairly soon (for the first time) and I'm looking for recommendations of some things to do. I'm interested mainly in historical sites and buildings, and also in noteworthy or beautiful architecture (churches and cathedrals for example). Some pointers on where to eat and drink would be nice too; some traditional bier and wurst places would be great. Also any general recommendations would be welcome; regarding night-life or travel or whatever. I'm open to trying anything original or interesting.

What are London's secrets?

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So I'm coming to London in two days and I know this is a bit of a late notice but I'd appreciate it very much if you /trv/llers could show me London's soul (the hidden London all tourists miss) I have thus far: -Covent gardens (looks nice enough for a walk/pictures/coffee break) -Canary Wharf (I like big buildings)
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My soon-to-be wife and I are going to be taking a Honeymoon next year to SEA, we are defiatly going to Laos and Cambodia, however she mentioned flying into Vietnam and seeing a few places there rather than Thailand because "it would be kinda cool". She doesnt really know much about Vietnam and neither do I, So I thought I would ask /trv/ Would you rather go to Thailand or Vietnam? (neither of us are into the partying scene say that is somewhat of a moot point with thailand) In thailand the rough plan we had laid out was >Bangkok >Chiang Mai >Phuket In Vietnam >Ha Long Bay >dont know much else about it other than that So which is it /trv/?

Just go

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>durr hurr introduction So, people of /trv/, who here just thought one day 'Fuck it' and went where they wanted to go? >into the wild style over-romanticized packing up GO!

Alain de Botton - The Art of Travel

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1r2rPzsGDM anybody seen a full stream or read the book? wanted to hear your thoughts
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Hello /trv/, I'll be staying in Berlin for 5 days with a freind, what would you recommend concerning good places to eat and lounges? I will be staying near Guntzelstrasse metro station for reference.

Short layovers in airports?

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Hey /trv/, I'm going to have some really short layovers in Schiphol (Amsterdam) and CDG (Paris) during my travel next week. The Amsterdam layover is 50 minutes and the CDG one is an hour. A lot of my peers have been saying that between delays and travel time there's no chance I make my connecting flights. I'd like to get some more opinions so I figured I'd source it out to you guys. What do you think? Am I going to make it?
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Hi /trv/! I'm from France, have a French passport, a French driving license, and my bike and my car have French license plates. I roam quite a lot across Europe. What will happen if I drive past the speed limit in other European countries? - if I get caught by a speedcam? - if I get caught by the police? I got caught twice by a speedcam in Germany and nothing happened, but I was driving about 140 kph in a 120 kph zone, so no big deal. However, I'm wondering what will happen if I drive a lot faster. For example, what if I get caught driving 250 kph in Poland? Thanks!
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Well, I'm going to the Gulf tomorrow to spend 90 days on an oil tanker as a cadet. Anyone worked in the Merchant Marine before and could give some advice to how this works?
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Is /trv/ the best travel board on the internet?
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I know this isn't orthadox /trv/ but can we all pat each other on the back for being the best board on 4chan, I just went to /b/ for the first time since I was a kid, although /trv/ get's /pol/ and /int/ overflow I am still amazed it's on the same website.
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I need that flight at 6:35, is it all booked out or what? The Embraer has no class other than economy on this route so I don't see why I can't choose the Classic Economy but have to go for Premium (which is way too expensive anyway so I won't). Flight is for Dec. 27th, should I just wait or what do you guys think that is? I have an international flight leaving CDG at 12:25 the same day so the one arriving at 11:55 is no option, 30min (excl waiting time for the baggage to arrive..) are not enough...or I'll have to leave a day earlier and sleep at CDG (and that would kinda suck).
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someone told me about a site that allows you to work for short periods and live in places, mostly farms/vineyards/etc, helping out with the work there and getting free housing/food. does /trv/ have the slightest clue what I'm on about?
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Hey /trv/, Here's another of those ask-me-anything threads from somebody who spent the last several months traveling away from home. I don't know how much interest there will be in the destinations I visited, but here's where I've been since the beginning of May: Greece, Turkey, Iraq, Georgia, Armenia, the UAE, and India. I spent a great deal of time in both Istanbul and Delhi - I visited Agra and Mathura over a series of day trips, but stayed mostly in the city, as was primarily there to visit a female friend who I started dating not long after. In Istanbul, I got caught in the middle of the Gezi Park protests and have plenty of pictures to share, should any of you like to see some. I started off my trip with about $5,500 and landed at home with $90. I think an excursion such as the one I took could have been done for a lot less money; I stayed at hostels and ate cheap food, but missed a flight, didn't budget well for transportation and spent heavily on alcohol every day from May 'til early July. I made quite a few mistakes, but feel much better prepared for the six-month journey I'm planning to take before graduating university. To all of you hoping to travel on a shoestring, my experience is that $20 is sufficient for many locations outside of Western Europe, where I've still yet to go (and, frankly, don't have a huge interest in visting any time soon). I'm really excited to share pictures and the pratical points and lessons I've learned over the past four months. Of course, I'm no expert on everywhere I went - if I've said something wrong or you'd like to share a similar story, I'd love having extra contributions.

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