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Moving to NYC, tips?

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Without boring you, I got really good job and need to move to NYC. Im from a small town in Wyoming and have never been to city the size of NYC. What are some things that I need to prepare for? I have about 60k in my bank, so money shouldnt be an issue. Thanks, /trv/

Exam trip close to Europe

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Hello, my classmates and I are looking for a good place to travel for our exam. Any help would be great! What we are looking for: >A warm costal city with a great nightlife >Decent local prizes >Extrovert/nice locals >Beaches, warm, sunny beaches. We are all from Sweden fyi.
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Hello /trv/! I was wondering... I love travelling, but since I'm still studying, I'm not earning much money on my own and I don't like asking my relatives for it. Is there any sort of social network where you can arrange an exchange? I have plenty of room in my house so this would give me a nice option to cut the costs and make some friends. Thanks in advance Pic unrelated
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I'm planning to get some plane tickets for Copenhagen to Tokyo soon, preferably using SAS as they're the only ones with direct flights on that route. I checked a few days ago, and the prices were around 800 dollars. Now I've got hold of my passport and planned on booking my flight, but now everythings suddenly 1500 dollars or more. What happened? Do prices fluctuate on certain days of the week? I made sure to check the next 30 days, and the price doesn't seem to go any lower. In any case, what are the optimal conditions/days for getting cheap tickets? God damn, help me /trv/, I don't want to stop in Moscow for 4 hours ;_;

Django a Paris

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Dont kno if this for /mu, but fellow sufferers of the vast world. I bid u tell me where in Paris I can find a fine bar. Preferably good jazz and such. I am going to enjoy the city for seven days and I plan to meet the insides. If you kno. So, any super - out of the generic route - sites and unsites, I would appreciate to be informed of. GGs and Have a nice life. Gimme sum bling infos! Thenku
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Hey /trv/llers, Want to experiment the turquoise island cliché, and go live there to see how it goes. Basically looking for easy people, not overpriced some ideas already, > Reunion > Madagascar > Belize > Canaries Any experience or insight is more than welcome.

About driving in Europe

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I will be travelling to Europe (first Rome) in December and I wanted to drive from Rome -> Zurich -> Munich -> Copenhagen -> Oslo -> Hamburg -> Amsterdam -> Brussles -> Paris -> Rome. I have approx 1 and a-half week for this trip. I was wondering where to rent a cheap (the cheapest) car to make this trip... or any other option to drive around Europe.
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General thread about cruise ships - How to get jobs on them - What working on one is like - Is it a good way to see the world? Share your thoughts/opinions/experiences
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Hi /trv/, In 5 days I'll be leaving for my first big trip, a working holiday in Australia. I'll be landing in Sydney and from that moment on I'll be all on my own. I'm not planning on staying in Sydney for too long. I have zero experience travelling like this, so I was wondering if you guys have any advice / tips for me. I.e. where do you meet people, how do you guys find jobs, things I absolutely shouldn't forget etc. Just anything helpful would be great!

Self Protection

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Hey /trv/, I was wondering, when you are out and about in distant countries do you normally carry around a form of protection just incase any local tries to relieve you of your possesions? also do you have any times when a weapon has helped you out or made a situation worse? stories? I know many countries are safe enough but I am currently making my way around South America and have with me my sailing knife, the blade isn't too impressive but it has a big scary spike on it.. I know most of the time it's better to just avoid rough areas and locals with malicious intentions but sometimes they find you or you find them.
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This might be more of a /sci/ question but I figure /trv/ might have an idea too. I need to transport some heavy yet small i.e. dense objects (precious metals and jewelry) across the atlantic and am afraid I'm going to run into weight limits on my checked baggage. Will lining my bag with long helium filled balloons cancel out some of the weight from my items in my luggage? Also I couldn't find anything about it from tsa, but would this cause a stir with security because of enclosed gases or are they used to people doing this?

BOMBAY, INDIA

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So I will be traveling to Bombay aka Mumbia for a few weeks for work. I am a 24 year old and want to sight see and check out some clubs at night. Anyone have any advice or experience?
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What is the easiest way to get into Syria right now? I'm planning to take a plane to Gizantep then ride a bus/taxi to the border, then just walk the rest of the way to Aleppo. What the border like? Do they just let anyone in?

Working and living in Brussels!

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Hey /trv/, im here since nine days ago. I was looking for a job that i could speak my broken english, but the most of the places ask for Dutch or French, or both. Tried on many ETT's, employement office and fruitpicking announcements on Eures, but they ask for driver license for everything. Im tryin' to do some couchsurfing, actually in a hostel with 200€ in the pocket to try to finish the month. How fucked up am i? Any advice? Any host?
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Any architecture buffs here? I've been abroad for most of the summer, mostly in Central Europe, and I have a question. One striking difference between buildings I've seen in Central Europe and Western Europe (including the UK) is that Central European windows tend to be "depressed" into the wall, with a far more prominent exterior sill. I've seen this type of window in the UK too (pic related) but far more rarely and mostly on newer buildings. In Western Europe windows tend to be more "inline" with the wall, with the glass surface being a smooth continuation of it, barely sunk into the wall structure. Very often there's no exterior sill at all. Is there a name for this difference in style? What purpose does it serve? I imagine the less depressed windows admit more sunlight; what is the idea behind the other style? The also have very few bay windows and I'm getting more and more convinced that's a specifically British rather than Western European thing.
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I've got a foreign research placement coming up. If it's not an active warzone I can go. I have to pay for the flights, accom and food are in. I've never left Europe. Where should I go to make the most of this?
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What's the best way to see a more "popular" country like Italy, Norway or Spain for a significant time? Preferably not just as a "tourist" but working or learning the lanuage (not enrolling at uni- just taking classes). Failing that, how can I do something worthwhile in a place without paying a "volunteer experience" company to place me? I'm currently doing the "teach English!" route in a less popular place, but I really don't want to commit to an entire year in a random country sight-unseen all over again. Saw some cool projects in Thailand and Fiji which were crazy close to the tourist areas, but the fees were as much as I'm about to pay for a 3-star vacation there over Christmas. Hello no. Same amount of time too, 1,600 for 2 weeks excluding airfare. WTF. I was looking at Au Pair stuff, but you still run into these ridiculous placement fees from companies that just strand you there and provide no support anyway. Any advice /trv/? Any good sites discussing this stuff? I'd be fine doing anything "interesting" including picking crops or something, but if I do real work I want real pay, not like this woof shit. Seems like every place wants you to pay to work for them for free.
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Can anyone recommend anything in Besançon, France?

travel around the world

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so i just finished high school and before getting into the collage mess I'm thinking of taking a year or maybe 6 months a trip around the world. of course I'm not gonna be able to visit all countries. but at least I want to cover all major ones. I'm not taking any stuff with me .except a couple of shirts and underwears ... the rest I can buy from the country I'm in what's your thoughts guys? and can anyone with experience tell me how much could it cost? money isn't a problem really. and what are the best major countries or cities you recommoned for me
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My fellow /trv/lers, I want to visit the stormy Vikinglands of Bergen / Norway soon and after that go on to Göteborg / Sweden. In each town I want to spend a week (roughly). So my biggest concern is a) How to cut costs in Bergen, and b) how to get from Bergen to Göteborg. Is the train in both countries expensive? Or how to make the trip easier for my wallet...? Any halp would be appreciated.






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