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TOKYO!

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So a couple of mates and I are planning to go to Tokyo when we are 21 or so. The problem is we don't really know how to plan this does /trv/ have any got any tips and itineraries? places to go? etc
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sup /trv/, I need help connecting with some old friends. Whats the single cheapest (not fastest, not most comfortable) way to get from Nanaimo BC, to Traverse City MI. Thanks in advance.
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>hate job >want to see world >gonna buy a ticket and just go Tell me everything I need to know. Also where should I go?

Yet another (glorious)nippon post

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Hello /trv/, So I'm going to be studying abroad in Nagasaki, Japan next fall but have a slight problem, I don't know where I'm going to live over the summer before I leave. I currently live in 'murrica in a fairly large capital city. The lease on my apartment is up in mid may, right after the end of the spring semester, and I leave for Japan the 21st of September 4 months later. Obviously I can't get a 4 month lease and I really don't want to move back in with my parents. My best bet right now is getting one of my friends to let me pay a little rent at their place so I can live there for a few months, but I had another idea. What if I just moved to Japan a few months early? Would I be able to find somewhere to live and work without a full degree and only conversational Japanese? Anyone has any experience with this kind of thing, or think they can help me think of somewhere to live?
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Has anyone ever been to Easter Island? I have this weird itch to go there, by myself too. Something about the remoteness and seclusion just seems awesome. I've been looking at flights kind of for an idea, I'm in no way planning on going any time soon, but is around 2000 dollars for a round trip the normal price?

Lloret de Maru vs. Prague

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Hi /trv/, first time posting here, and i need a piece of advice. I recently got an offer from a traveling agency to either go to lloret de maru or prague, so i need you to list the pros and cons of both... That includes nightlife, scenery, cultural value, prices and your experiences with the city.

CATACOMBS/ TUNNELS GENERAL

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Anyone here ever visited the forbidden part of the Paris Catacombs (which are in fact old quarries, the catacomb is only a small part of it and can be visited as part of a paying tour, which presents no challenge and no exploration but no danger either). Have some cool links to put you in the mood : TV reports : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-o-73izSjE [Embed] [Embed] (the only one in english and pretty thorough) (patrol with the "cata-cops") http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rBdZHZcdQg [Embed] [Embed] (clandestine plunge in the Paris catacombs) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e91ANLQUBk0 [Embed] [Embed] Footages from explorers themselves, no bullshit commentary, pretty good : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0PbE2k9CtA [Embed] [Embed] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BX29Mq6wfM [Embed] [Embed] The website http://catacombes.web.free.fr/VisiteVideo.html has really great videos too (unfortunately all in French). The one called "visite clandestine" (no translation required I guess) is the only one I found that shows really tight passages ("chatière") and give a sense of how creepy the whole experience must be (alternatively it must give an erection to comrades spelunkers here). It shows two people getting down there through a passage along subway tracks. I want to focus most on Paris' tunnels but maybe you have a similar experience with other similar galeries ? I don't know if there as much activity in the Roma catacombs, Odessa galeries are said to be visited all the time by the locals though
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Hello /trv/, Britbong here! I'm planning on visiting the great murrika in March next year, New York to be exact, and was wondering if you could recommend any good mid range Hotels? The more central the better. Your's truly, An excited britbong.
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hey /trv/ I've lived in NYC all my life and am thinking about going into a more reclusive lifestyle for a period of time. by next year I should have about $10k saved up and a modest indifference to where I end up living. here's what I would like: - internet. I work as a web developer so would like to not block my source of income. - nature. big enough grounds to live in or a nearby park to hike around in. - low population density. - way to buy/procure food on a weekly/monthly basis. is this all possible? I guess I would prefer staying in the country (I imagine moving out would be a bigger hassle that I'm not too interested in, but if the price is right...) would I need more money? where is a good place to go for this sort of thing?
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Would /trv/ like to get involved in the shaping of a civilization?

Peace Corps??????

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Hey /trv/, just wondering if anyone here has ever been in the Peace Corps or know anyone that has, and can share with me their experience. I'm seriously considering applying. I'm eighteen years old and a plan to do the camino del santiago this summer fell through and my thirst for travel must be sated. This seems pretty cost effective.
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Sup /trv/estites, wife and I are going to Morocco this Thursday. She wants to do a desert trip renting a car from Fez and driving to Marrakesh via Merzouga, where we would pay for a night under the stars in a Bedouin camp, and pass through a number of interesting historical sites. Total trip time from Fez to Marrakesh would be 3 days or so. This shit sounds touristy as fuck to me. My plan was to just go from Fez to Casablanca via public transport, then in Casablanca, book a return flight to Laayoune in Western Sahara staying only one night - which would cost approximately US$100 each way. Then, when we return to Casablanca, we would take a trip down to Marrakesh and the surrounding towns. So it would end up being the same 3 days. So my question to /trv/ is, whose 3-day side-trip would be the best? We are Americans, never been to Morocco before, but I have been to over 50 countries and would like to go to Western Sahara just to say I've been there. Should I leave my wife to do her own desert trip, forsake my marriage, for the chance to visit Western Sahara?
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I'm interested in jumping into one of these work-away programs or being hosted in a Nordic country. Ideally I would like to take up work as a farm hand. This would most likely take place during December/January. For those of you that are familiar with programs like the one in the sticky (workaway.info) what exactly should I expect? How much money should I bring?
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Hey /trv/ after being a lurker for some time and learning, I’m just curious on how many of you guys use certain websites like the one that relates to surfboarding the couch. I do want to travel around but at the same time, I don’t want to visit countries just for the tourist attractions. Hotels and Hostels are nice, but it doesn’t beat the feeling of someone offering their home to you, plus it feels more atune to learning about the people and the country. Some places I want to visit are Ukraine (Kiev, Odessa, Leiv), Britain, Germany, Iceland, back to Italy, Cape Town, etc. I'm also an amateur photographer so... well I do want to take picture of the landscape and the people. Plus, I think living near NYC would be interesting to anyone… just a guess.
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Hey /trv/ I have 4 months to travel and around $5,000 to spend. I want to go to SEA or South America or both and have a friend I could go to either with. I'm thinking about backpacking or just hanging out and meeting people but I'm not sure how I would spend that amount of time. How long do you guys recommend traveling in one region? If you've done a trip like this, how long did you spend in each country and what do you do on a daily basis?
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Hello fellow /trv/lers, I had a similar thread a month or two back, in which I shared experiences and posted pictures of a trip I took over the summer. Although I can't, in good conscience, resurrect what I once had with my original intentions, I'm creating here instead a sort of hybrid: if anybody would like to ask me questions about the places I've been, I'll be more than happy to answer. However, this time, I need some help of my own, which is what's providing me with the excuse to throw some photos up and write down the same old stories to any of those who are interested in hearing. I've so far been to (as in, stayed for a fairly significant period of time) Turkey, Greece, Iraq, Georgia, Armenia, the UAE, and India, with long layovers in the Netherlands, Bahrain, and Kazakhstan. All those countries were visited in the span of slightly less than four months, on a budget, in one sitting. Ask away, although I can't guarantee I'll be able to answer every question knowledgeably. Anyway, I'm leaving again on May 5th for an indefinite period of time - probably until November or December at the earliest, depending on when I run out of money and get tired of living as a pauper. I've a flight from JFK to Reykjavik, where I'll be staying for nine days, and then on to Edinburgh. In total, I'll be around in the UK for two weeks before catching another plane to Lisbon; this is the extent of any and all planning and structuring I've yet to accomplish. I might stay in the Schengen Zone for another month or so, or I might hitchhike straight across the continent to Istanbul, visit my girlfriend and see more of India, bits of Pakistan, and then fly back. I have friends in France and Germany who can host me pretty much whenever, so I'm just gonna see where my impulses and heart takes me. I might even pick up a job in Erbil doing translation. Back on track. Who here has experience in Iceland? I'll be camping when outside of Reykjavik, but am worried about the prices
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What does /trv/ think of my map? I have 2 weeks, and 2 weeks only. Green = flying, red = bus. Rough itinerary: >Arrive in Istanbul >Fly to Shiraz, see Persepolis >Fly to Tehran, head up into mountains/Caspian region possibly even same day >head along coast then in to Tabriz >Head up into Azerbaijan, possibly along coast, stay if there's an interesting town (?) >Baku >Tbilisi >Rize, Trabzon, Sinop >Back to Istanbul + home I realize this is too much for 14 days, so I'm looking to trim. For Istanbul, I'd like at least 3 days. I spent a few months there before so I'm not worried about not seeing a huge amount of the city. I've heard Tehran is a big ugly sprawl (though I'd love to see some of those big murals), and am curious how cool Persepolis actually is? Also, thoughts on Azerbaijan greatly appreciated, same with Caspian regions of Iran. I gather northern Turkey is like a rainy Switzerland with lots of tea fields and charming little mosques.

Travel in progress

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Not really up to doing a full travelogue thread, but here's some stuff from an in-progress Postie Bike (Honda CT110 motorbike) trip around Australia. Up to day 113 and in Darwin at the moment...
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Can we talk about the safety of international travel? All I ever hear on the news is this tourist was raped, that tourist was murdered, you gon get robbed, etc etc. Don't go here or don't go there. Well then how do people travel around the world and survive?
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How do I into working holiday? I'm from Australia and I want to go to Canada for some amount of time (between two months and two years) and get work while I'm there so I can be self sustaining. I probably won't have a lot of money when I first get there (don't worry about the plane tickets, it's all ready paid for), so does anyone have any tips on living cheap in another country when you're trying to get a job? And by work I mean like flipping burgers or something. please and thank you pic is unrelated






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