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my turn to make a japan thread >>studying abroad at Sophia University this fall >>flying over a little early to do some travelling Any advice/suggestions for places to visit? Here's my itinerary: >>leave Saturday 7pm >>arrive Sunday 10pm local >>in Tokyo for 3 nights >>take ferry to Izu Oshima on the morning of the 11th >>one night there, plan to hike the volcano >>take last ferry out of Izu Oshima on the 12th(~3pm), one night in Tokyo >>early bus to Mt Fuji on the 13th, begin climb >>overnight at mountain hut, finish climb on the 14th and return to Tokyo >>move a bunch of my stuff into my apartment on the 14th and 15th >>evening train to Kyoto on the 15th >>two nights in Kyoto >>evening train to Hiroshima on the 17th >>three nights there >>return to Tokyo on the 20th, finish moving into apartment >>orientation starts the next day I'll be there until February, so anything in/around Tokyo I dont get a chance to see now might be an option later in the semester.
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I'm 19 my brother is 21. We want to travel to somewhere awesome. I've been thinking Macau, we have about a budget of $6,000 each. I've recently broken up with a long term girlfriend.(thank god). And recently started earning big dollars. I used to live off $10 a week at the start of the year and now I make about $1,500. So basicically I'm after the ultimate young man, singles trip. I live in New Zealand so Asia/pacific Region would be ideal but would travel to states/Europe if idea is epic. And ideas?

Traveling to europe! What do?

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Alriightt so to start, first time ever coming to /trv/ I hope my thread gets seen! I'm from Montreal ( Canada ftw ) but I REALLY want to travel to Europe. I really want to go SPECIFICALLY to Germany, but the thing is I want to leave for 1-2 months. So. I want to really absorb German culture as much as I can, but I also really want to check out other places considering I'm going to be in Europe. How long should I stay in Germany to really get the full experience ( on a 2 month trip ) and were else should I go? Also where should I stay in Germany to have low living expenses but still be near the "tourist" area's? My budget is around 3,000$ - 4,000$ Canadian I would like to leave in either May or June ( May for cheap flight, June for ideal timing ) I'm traveling with 1 other person I don't know any German as of now.
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hei /trv/ I'm moving to Berlin for an internship period. My work place will be in Charlottenburg-WIlmersdof. How's the house rent there? Is a cheap or an expensive area? Where should I look? I don't mind if the house will be small, all I need is wifi and stuff like washing machine. Plus, I will recieve a 700 euro gross salary, how much will be without taxes? Around 600?

Philly

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I hope this is a decent place to ask this; I figured you guys were worldly people and may have traveled to a few places in the US, too. So, long story short, I'm looking at a really good option for my doctorate degree but I've heard some pretty bad things about Philadelphia. Has anyone else been there, or more importantly, lived there and want to share their experiences? Is it as crime ridden as they say? And would living outside of town be a suitable option? Anything you can share about Philly would be great!
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Why does /trv/ hate voluntourism so much? Is it just because of wacky conspiracy theories about NGOs? You realize you're not paying to volunteer right?
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Hi /trv/, I'm thinking of spending a week in Iceland soon. Any itinerary suggestions? Has anybody been there before? I'm into hiking so if anyone knows some good walks there I'd be open to suggestions.
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Hey /trv/ NZfag about to finish highschool here. I'm wanting to study overseas, but the cost is really holding me back as I don't have parents that can bankroll the tens of thousands per year. I'm looking into tuition free Universities and have decided on the Berlin School of Eco and Law, so all I have to pay is living costs (800euro a month roughly). So my question is, how feasible is it for a foreign student who speaks little to no German to get a part time job in Germany? It basically makes the difference whether I can go or not, as no job=no way to pay living costs. Thanks for any help
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So /trv/, it's out. Who's read it?

Vietnam

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Hi, Im travelling to Vietnam in January for 2 weeks with a couple of friends. I have always wanted to kayak in Ha Long Bay and camp on beaches or stay with guest families overnight at fishing villages. Ive read that you cant camp in the bay though so I was wondering how likely it would be to find a guide who would have contacts to stay with at the fishing villages? We had planned on doing this and also an off the main roads motorbike tour up to SaPa / HaGiang province. However the consensus is now that the weather in the mountains wont be that good and also that we would be missing out on the rest of the country including the CuChi tunnels that some of the guys want to see. So the plan is to fly into HCMC and work our way up to Hanoi. I am still really keen to do some motorbiking but I don't think that we can fit it all in? Has anyone any advice on what to see or where to ride? Is the weather really that bad in the mountains in December?

Oman and UAE for female travellers

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Hello /trv/ Gonna hit UAE and Oman this November with a female partner. How's the situation down there for female tourists? Do they get special treatment in public situations like visiting stuff and so on? Can they drive? We will rent a car in Oman and I putted as well her as a driver; Is this of any problem at all? I know shit about this countries and we're going randomly to discover, so I was wondering if you have some tourist info for me.
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Can i pay for a hotel room in advance with a debit card, or will the tell me to fuck off if i don't have a credit card? What if i have a too low credit limit, will they be able to check that?

Yet another fucking japan thread

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Hi guys! Going to japan pretty soon... this would be my second trip. This is what my itinerary currently looks like: Sat, Nov 16 - Arrive to NRT, get to wherever i stay. Get NEX + SUICA at the airport, pick up SIM Card. Hit a Golden Gai izakaya if time allows for it. Sun, Nov 17 - Tokyo, Akihabara, try to buy a nice camera. Mon, Nov 18 - Activate Rail Pass. Leave Tokyo early, get to Hiroshima around noon. (4 hrs in a Hikari). Spend day in Hiroshima. Visit Peace Memorial Museum, Atomic Dome Bomb & Peace Memorial Park. Tue, Nov 19 - Day trip to Miyajima from Hiroshima, all day. Wed, Nov 20 - Head to Nagasaki in the first train. Spend day in Nagasaki Thu, Nov 21 - Spend day in Nagasaki Fri, Nov 22 - Head to Kyoto first thing in the morning. Spend the afternoon in Gion and the downtown. Stay in a nice ryokan. Sat, Nov 23 - Stay in Kyoto. Fushimi Inari, Gion. Sun, Nov 24 - Stay in Kyoto. Visit Uji, tea ceremony there, temple around. Mon, Nov 25 - Day trip to Osaka. May move this to Sat or Sun to meet friend. Tue, Nov 26 - Go to Koyasan, spend night there in a buddhist monastery (Ichijoin probably). Get the "Koyasan World Heritage Ticket" to make transportation cheaper. Wed, Nov 27 - Get back from Koyasan in the afternoon. Spend night in Kyoto hostel near the station. Thu, Nov 28 - Head to Tokyo, leave luggage in the station to avoid having to check in early, explore city. Fri, Nov 29 - Head to Akita, go to the Tsurunoyu Onsen, spend night there Sat, Nov 30 - Last day of JR pass, get back to Tokyo, explore more! Sun, Dec 01 - Nikko Side Trip. Mon, Dec 02 - Explore more Tokyo, buy souvenirs and shit. Tue, Dec 03 - Trip's over, depart from HND very early! I am thinking of scraping either Nagasaki, or the Akita Onsen as those are kind of extreme and add up train time to the travel... Any suggestions ?
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Hey guys. I'm in need of some quick advice, not sure if I should be posting it here, but I figured this would be the best place to do it, since the board is full of great advice. December this year, I will be travelling to Teton Village in Jackson Hole, WY. I will also be working there at either Teton Mountain Lodge or at Hotel Terra. They are both owned by the same company. I will be working as a housekeeper or as a busser. They both pay the same. What I'm not sure about is which one earns more in tips. It's pretty common nowadays to tip the housekeeper but I'm guessing as a busser I will get a share of the tips the server gets? I can't decide. Please help me out.

travel blog?

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Hey /trv/, I come to you with the proverbial travel blogging question. Do any of you do it? And obviously the sky's the limit, but what can realistically be exptected? Is it just as simple as having adsense and using blogger? Or is it better to have a dedicated site? About me: I'm a pretty good-looking dude. Wild, but very reflective...so my blogs wouldn't only be about the partying. I've had good success with my critical thinking blog when I used to post regularly, but I didn't know about adsense at the time. Basically, enough people care about me to read it regularly and my charisma/personality leaves enough of an impression on others for others to want to follow me. I end up getting in some funny-ass situations because I do a lot of reckless things and have the mindset that everything will work itself out in the end. Anyway, I hope I'm not coming off as a self-inflated egomaniac from my description...I just said all that to assure you that any advice won't go to waste. I work 4-6 months and travel for 6-8 (probably even longer on my next trip)...so I'm not looking for it to be my primary source of income. Some extra money just wouldn't hurt. Sincerely, - Alvin pic related: opium museum in Thailand when I toured it on a motorcycle
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I'll be spending 12 days in Morocco in late october, arriving and leaving in Casablanca. I plan to spend 2 days in Rabat, 1 day in Meknès and Volubilis, 2 days in Fes. Any advice as to what I should do for the remaining week ? I can't decide whether I should stay north and go to Tangier, Chefchaouen and so on, or go south to Marrakech and its surroundings.

Kuala Lumpur vs Hong Kong

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Heading to SEA in November and have a choice of going by HKG or KUL for the same money. Will probably spend a few nights there at the start, then 3 or 4 at the end. I've been to Hong Kong before and am quite familiar with it now. I like it, especially the food. Not been to Kuala Lumpur before and don't really know much about it. I can't do both, so should I give Kuala Lumpur a try or am I best off having a good time in Hong Kong again?

pls help me to plan my first trip in the USA

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NC / FL in here!! I will travel the USA for my first time next week. I head to Greensboro, NC and will get a rental car. Then my plan is to do a roadtrip down to Miami and back. Which towns / sights / ... are worth to travel??? I have got 10 days and want to see some amazing stuff in your beloved country

Shanghai nightlife

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Are all the big nightclubs and bars in Shanghai open every night, or just Friday and Saturday night? If so, are crowds good during weekdays? How late are they open?
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How do you get sleep on a plane? My first Pacific 12+ hour flight is coming up.






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