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Fort Myers Florida for spring break 2014.
I'm going there for spring break with my mom, my brother, and my really tight aunt and uncle.
I'm 18, mind you, and my aunt and uncle happen to be driving to Florida from Minnesota, instead of flying like us.
I was planning on attempting to get alcohol/weed while in Florida, sketchy as it is, it's going to be spring break and I'd like to party a bit or even try and find some loose college kids. Turns out, my aunt is actually going to be taking our bags with them, to save us some cash. Now I have the opportunity to actually get a bottle of Captain Morgan, and a decent amount of weed into Florida without having to buy it off some sketchy individual I've never even met before.
I was wondering, for anyone who has been there, or anywhere else in Southwest Florida during spring break,
How easy is it to find Spring break parties? Just how loose are the spring breakers? How chill is the college crowd that goes to Southwest Florida over spring break?
The last time I was in Florida was when I was at least 4 or 5. I have literally no recollection of how shit goes down over spring break.
Also, I'll be with some other guys that are around my age, to accompany me, who also plan on finding some shit to do.
Where can I live/work?
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Ok so In the last three years I've spent over 18 months in East Asia, 6 months traveling over land (and a little bit of sea) from Singapore to Tokyo and then I flew back to Bangkok to Teach English for a year.
I've been Back in England now for 9 months and I'm going insane. I need to do something, I need a fix. Where can I go to work? In which country's can I legally work and settle down for a while (6 months - 1 year), but still have good travel opportunities? Oh, and somewhere warm. I hate the cold.
I have a CELTA Teaching qualification, British passport and a degree but I'd rather not have a teaching job. I'm just not sure what other types of work I could get.
I have about £5000 in the bank to get me started, but I want to earn and save at least a little bit of money while I'm away.
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Is Thailand the cheapest country to live in? Like most people on 4chan I'm a socially awkward shut-in so I built my life around working as little as possible and at home (translating, writing) and living with very few luxuries. Most of the time I'm just happy pursuing my lonely hobbies and shitposting on the internet. Most of my money goes to rent and bills and I don't even enjoy living here since I don't care enough about having a social life and work "normally" to achieve a good enough status and "fit in". Since I'd still be making my money in good euros, I wouldn't have to live like a bum over there, right?
I know food and shelter (and girls) are fairly cheap over there, but is everything else cheaper as well, or are some things equally overpriced, perhaps even more, like internet, electronics, etc?
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Amerifag looking for advice here.
My friends and I are trying to figure out the details for our trip for this spring/summer, and we're having problems. We were thinking about taking an Amtrak and visiting several east coast cities (NYC, Boston, DC, etc.), but after looking at the prices i'm wondering if there is anything cheaper or more worth-while.
Please help us out experienced /trv/.
Here's some details:
>Leaving from Cleveland, OH
>Don't want to venture further west than Chicago
>Anywhere south and east of Chicago is open
>Very open - must be in the U.S. for this one though
>Our maximum funds are $500/person - 3 people total.
>No preference over big city or nature, they both have their plus's and minus's
The big island
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Aloha brothers, I am on vacation in Hawaii right now. Staying in kona for a few days. Has anyone been here? What are some cool things to do? So far I'm thinking about going zip lining, renting a moped, seeing the lava, green sand beach, and of course drinking coffee and beer and eating delicious fish. I took pic from my hotel room this morning.
Mahalo and merry Christmas faggots.