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Switzerland in 2011. Includes Berne (not much), Lauterbrunnen (the most), Lausanne (some), and Spiez (just a few). This is continued from the Prague thread >>783383 Which was on the same trip. I am starting with Berne. I arrived late in the evening from Paris and mostly sat at the train station until my youth hostel opened at 0600. The pictures here are after my nap, and at this point I had a sinus infection. I will say when I start posting from another city.
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Have you been to South Africa? Can you tell us about your experience? I'm thinking of going to Cape Town, rent a car there, explore as much of South Africa and maybe Namibia as possible and then drop it off in Johannesburg and take the plane home. Could this be achievable in 2-3 weeks or is it a dumb idea? Obviously my biggest concern is the safety...

Importing from USA to EU

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Hi /trv/ I'm going to the States and I was wondering if any of you had some experince with importing stuff from USA to EU? Should I just rip off the pricetags and throw away the original packaging, and I will be fine?
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Quick! Make me want to visit your country! https://vimeo.com/78370957#
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Going to New-Zealand in a month, and are staying for 4 weeks, driving from Auckland to Queenstown and back to Auckland again. What should I not miss, and what should I avoid? Will be travelling with gf, and spending most of our nights in a campervan(tho planning to stay in hotels/hostels when we're sick of that.)
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Dumping Prague photos from 2011.
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I have been planning a trip for next june-july (june 23-some time in mid to late july) for quite a while now: >IAD-ROM >ROM-BKK >BKK-GSO I have the first two tickets booked, however the final trip back home seems to be insanely high. I have been watching the prices on it for around 3 months and the price has remained fairly stagnant at around 1000usd. That is what I paid for both of the first two flights. Any ideas on why the trip from BKK to GSO is so damn expensive? Do Asian airlines release cheaper rates closet to departure time? I have even checked on prices for flying into larger airports such as IAD or ATL and that only gives me around a 100 saving which wouldent offset the expense of having a friend pick me up. Should I consult a dreaded travel agency and see if they can help me?
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'Sup /trv/, I ended up in Angeles City, Philippines because of Mount Pinatubo and their selection of motorcycle rentals. I've never done the sex tourism thing before as I've always had a hard time justifying paying for sex...but I want to try it at least once in my lifetime. Can someone give me a quick low-down? I read up on it and I don't care to spend 100 bucks on a dime because you meet plenty of them traveling. Where can I go just for eye candy? How about to actually get someone? What should I expect to pay? I don't have a hotel so it would have to be a blowjob or a rentable room (I hope that doesn't severely limit my options). Anyway, if you could give me the run-down, I'd greatly appreciate it. Pic related: I wouldn't hesitate to pay amtam to fuck her brains out
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Can anyone tell me whether traveling in Europe between Christmas and New Years Eve will be horrible in terms of the amount of people moving around? Is it vacation time in Europe? Are hostels going to be full? I plan to do some bigger European cities (Budapest, London, Paris, Munich) with a rail pass.
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Hi /trv/ I need to buy travel insurance for me and my gf. We're students from Australia and are going to Japan for ~5 weeks, snowboarding for about 2 weeks. Any recommendations for travel insurance companies? Good/bad experiences? Thanks bros

Music Scene in Kyoto? Being an exchange student in Japan?

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Hey, /trv/ I have the option of studying overseas for a year as a part of the Japanese program I'm enrolled in at Uni. According to one of my professors, a lot of my peers don't seem too interested in heading over there... so I can very nearly pick and choose what part of Japan I can study in. This will be first time in the Northern hemisphere. I'm looking at going to Kyoto to study, seeing as a lot of the exchange students I've befriended at my uni are from there. Sadly, most of these people are what /mu/ might call "plebs" and know fuck all about their local music scene. Do any of you guys know much about it? Any decent bands or venues I should know about? I've researched a little myself and can't really find much. Basically, if there is a decent enough scene, then Kyoto is where I'm headed, otherwise... There are a couple of Universities in Tokyo that I have the option of going to as well. Apparently, Tokyo has an incredible scene, especially in Koenji. Is quite easy for foreigners to make friends at Unis in Japan? I'm sorry if this kinda thing doesn't belong here.

Half a day in NY

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Hi guys, So, upon returning of some other place, i will have a long-ass layover in NY. I expect to arrive at 5:20 to JFK and have to leave from LGA at 4:50 PM, which gives me at least 5-6 hours to roam the city. I'll be carrying my daypack and a wheelie bag which will most likely be stuffed from souvenirs and shit. Any suggestions about what to do one morning in NY and where to leave the luggage as i do my business?. I've never been to NY before, by the way.

Portland, ME

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Hey /trv/. I'm here to advocate for Portland. In my own words, I would describe it as the piece of America that's still traditionally American. Untouched by time. Its the perfect community for small business. Most notable for its variety of restaurants and art. Brick city. Forbes #1 most livable city. Portland makes it a goal to keep giant corporations out of its town that will destroy its heritage. Its honestly the perfect little city. I live here, and I feel bad for anyone who has never visited and experienced its culture.

going to kharkov this friday

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Any heads ups? Questions? (i'll try to answer as much) I don't speak russian/ukrainian or have ever been into ukraine
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I live in the South East of England. I wish to appreciate nature and get lost in some forest. Any recommendations?
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What airlines offer free flights to their employees? Which do you suggest over others? I live in FL, if that makes a difference. Thank you.

noko

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Hi /trv/ So I know there are millions of posts on here about how to afford living off of nothing but your travels... but my question is a little more specific, so here goes.... I've traveled a lot in my life (all throughout America, Central America, Europe and some of the Middle East... never South East Asia though) and am interested in making this a permanent life style. I currently have a good job ($50,000 a year plus benefits and union) and have my student loans payed off and around $20,000 in savings. I would like to complete everything on my bucket list before I'm 30 (currently 28), here's the list: - live off the grid for a while (I hate the idea of not being self sufficient) - see the Northern Lights (hopefully from northern Alaska) - Work on a farm/understand low-tech sustainable energy - Write a book So I'm thinking about quitting my job and doing it all at once. There are some off-grid farms on the west coast that I may be able to do a work for stay at (I probably wouldn't get paid though), then I was thinking about heading up to alaska and seeing if I could get a seasonal job to fund some adventures up there (maybe working on a fishing boat or something.. even though I've never done anything even close to that kind of work). Then, finding a decent place to stay for cheap and trying to write. Has anyone down anything like this? If so, what are the pitfalls that I'm not thinking of? Is there a way to plan this in advance? I'm hoping to leave in the Fall of 2014.

Favorite Travel Quotes

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“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” ? Terry Pratchett,
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Hi, I'm planning on traveling to Norway after my undergrad years and I'm considering the move to be permanent. Anyone have some valuable information on the country?
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visiting amsterdam and antwerp this march any suggestions for nightlife and sightseeing?






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