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Working Holiday in Alaska.

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Well /trv/ I'm considering doing a working holiday placement in Alaska next summer. I'm Irish and in college, just looking for some info, first hand experiences etc about Alaska. What are the people like and how is the summer climate? I'm studying archaeology and interested in history, nature, hunting and fishing

Travelling in South-Korea for next 2 week

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Going to travel in South-Korea for the next two weeks. Got tickets to the F1-race. Tips what to see there besides the formula 1 circus?
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Want to leave country, but whereto? (EU)

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Hello, I'm a guy from Belgium, and want to leave the country. I have nothing to lose, no real friends, my GF left me (4 months ago), and my parents don't care (really, so no "but your mommy loves you" crap) In here there are no jobs (not even in a factory) and over the next months 18.000 people in my province are going to be fired, and need to find new jobs too. almost 1/3 of people here under 30 is already unemployed. I want to leave for somewhere "cheap", but still in Europe. I have my own car + caravan, but a limited budget of 1500-2000 euro. I was thinking of going somewhere with a lot of tourism, since I'm fluent in Dutch, French and English. Maybe even somewhere on a camping? could always try and find a job at the reception... I have no need for a house/appartement in the near future, so no need to put that in the equation. so /b/... whereto? Which country around Belgium is the cheapest to live, with an average rate of finding work as a foreigner. (I want to become a citizen ofc)

Ireland or China?

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Hey people! Listen, I have these two options to spend 6 weeks in December, look at the options: Option 1. China, I would go with a friend to the Beijing Language and Culture University to learn another language, the school is kinda cheap and it includes accommodation, but I don't know any Chinese (I'm fluent in English and Spanish) Option 2. Ireland, well I will go to England too, and some parts of Europe in all that time, no university in this option, just going to relax, see new places, etc. At the 5-6th week I will meet my parents in France and spend a week with them (they will be in France at that time, they are not from there nor live there). So which should I pick? Considering the season, should I leave Europe for another season when it is more warm? Will it be cold as fuck or not a big deal? Any tips or recommendations? Thanks in advance!
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hey /trv/, can you recommend me some jobs in which I could travel a lot? I don't want to be some corporation drone though, bonus points for something social/political/etc. I hope I'm consulting the right board. If not, please forgive me. Thanks in advance!

Help me with a paper channers

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Writing a paper on the differences between Colombian and Brazilian family structures. Everything I've researched describes them as almost identical. Does anyone have knowledge of any hard differences between the 2??
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ITT: Traveler loonies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52s54sl3BfQ

How do you plan a trip?

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Hey /trv/, So I'm in my mind 20's and I've never left my country due brokeness, study, work, etc., so I'm not exactly sure how I go about planning a trip. I've searched the internet of course, but I'm more interested to hear from you guys and the varying ways you've gone about it. Personally I'm considering going to Nepal in a little over a month and staying there until January. So I have a few (probably stupid) questions: 1. What minimum amount of time would you give to plan a trip? Essentially I want to leave in early November. I was going to get my passport sorted out within the next week and then my Visa afterwards. Flights I was going to do sometime in the next couple weeks (since the prices don't seem to vary much). It should be ok given the turnover period for the documents. Do you think I would be cutting it too fine? Do you usually get a visa before you book flights or the other way round? 2. What level of planning do you do? I was thinking of booking flights and sorting out accommodation for the first week before I get over there, and then just winging it once I'm there. Of course I generally know the places I want to see and stuff to do, but since it's pretty cheap, I'd like to get pretty settled and take my time working out what I want to do and when. Aside from flights and assumed costs of accommodation based on research, I haven't really budgeted except to the extent that I know I have more than enough money to see me through my time there assuming I don't go overboard. I also figured that the cheaper accommodation and things to do wouldn't be advertised on the internet and I could try sort it out with locals when I get there. Is this doable or am I totally out of my depth? Any help or advice appreciated. Pic unrelated.
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I'm an American traveling to New Zealand and Australia in two months. After reading about how disliked Americans are in both places, I fear for the trip that is already booked and paid for. Should I expect them to spit in my food and treat me like shit, even if I am extremely polite?
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Okay. So im a college student in the us. I want to become an english teacher in another country. I am currently working on my BA and I was thinking about teaching in either South America or Asia. I was, how can i go about this? what are some ways I can travel to a country first? I am aware of basic eng level teaching positions (in japan) and am looking for something a little bit better than the english teacher life in japan. the basic one, where you dont make shit? I just want enough money to live an aesthetic life. Can someone help me?
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Next spring I will be on a 10 day vacation in the US. I would like to visit New England. I like history, food, architecture lighthouses and rain. Any suggestions please?

Overrated Cities

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What's the most overrated city you have ever been to? Pic related, for me it's Brussels. It's a complete shithole, over 2/3 of the people are Arabs or Black Africans. Her your London-Muslim-Jokes will be reality in a few years. Only two places are worth visiting, the Atomium and Grand Place.
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Hey /trv/. Im currently in dresden and have 2 more months left in germany and am unsure of where to head next. Been in berlin and down into leipzig and potsdam prior to here. I was thinking chemnitz but it has a lack of hostels and im not sure if a hotel would be cheap or not there. Maybe into the czech republic for a while, few cities I want to see but I was curious if you guys recommend anything. Pic is the neus schloss in potsdam
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Mongolia seems like an awesome place to visit, but it just seems the logistics of getting to some areas make it impossible. For some places there are no buses/planes/trains to the towns, or once you get to a nature reserve no where to stay. How would you adequately get around Mongolia?
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Im going hiking! Ill be going in December for 2-3 weeks and i was tossing up between australia and new zealand for a solo trek. Im leaning towards New Zealand for the cooler climate and the rolling mountain ranges. Im also looking for beautiful secluded beaches and lord of the rings styles rolling hills and mountains. Where would you guys recommend? tips?
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Has anyone on /trv/ ever been on safari? My dad is looking to go and invited me and my brother to go with him. We all hunt in the states and it's been my dad's dream for years now to hunt big game in Africa. What can /trv/ tell me, does anyone have experience with these groups? We're looking to go through an organization based in Texas called Kowas Adventure. They offer a huge range of packages. Anyone heard of them? Also what is Namibia like? I see it's close to South Africa, is it similar? I have no idea what to expect, have only travelled to Europe and Mexico. Are we going to get cut to pieces by a mob with machetes? (half-kidding) But seriously how safe is it for us? >pic semi-related... probably will be hunting kudu but it's an awesome trophy Thanks bros
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So are there any countries that allow to easily adopt people, as in, can I change my nationality without so much time and effort (as in murrica)?

Places to grub

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NEED HELP! My friend & I are going to New York, Philly, and DC for a bit and we want where are the good places to go and eat and just bro down. All the websites show gay fancy restraunts we want something that's isn't cheap and isn't expensive but not like Carls Jr or McD's. Can any of you guy help? ***Pic unrelated***
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Hello, /trv/. Do any of you have done a "work and holidays" trip? Me and two friends are planning to do so next year, what would you recommend us? How did you do it? We are 20 years old, and our biggest fear is traveling into somewhere and not being able to get a job. So, /trv/, what wouuld you recommend us to do?






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