Sapporo for Snow Festival
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Sorry to add to the glut of Japan threads, but hopefully this one wont be as involved.
I'm currently studying abroad in Japan, and planning to visit Hokaido after my classes end. I have always wanted to check out the Yuki matsuri in Sapporo, and I dont know I'll have a chance again. That said, I don't know how long I should stay - I can do a quick 3-day or so visit and only see the festival and stuff in Sapporo, or I can stay longer and try to get out into the rest of Hokkaido, but I dont know whats worth seeing/accessible this time of year. I've checked wikitravel, and did see a few cool parks/natural spaces that seem amazing, something tells me getting there and back in February is gonna be rough.
Been looking into tickets, and going by prices, I have a few options.
>>Go there on Feb 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th, return on Feb13th (cheapest would be 3rd, but would save on hotel so 4,5,6 also okay. have time to travel, though)
>>Go on Feb 10th, return on the 13th (There for barely 2.5 days, get to see the end of the snow festival and probably not much else)
>>go on Feb 10th, return on the 15th (not too expensive, have a little more time after the festival ends, but not a ton)
Any advice you guys might have would be duly appreciated. If anyone's been before, how many days do you need to enjoy/take in all of Sapporo and/or the snow festival? Are there any other cities/sites in Hokkaido worth checking out in the middle of the winter?
Thanks you guys.
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/trv/ I need your help.
I'm a 18 years old boy from Brazil, currently spending my vacations in Costa Mesa, CA.
I can't rent a car and I'm having a hard time here, since everything is too far away.
I'm currently living with my brother, who is acting like a asshole. I understand that he has no obligation towards me, but I'm paying for everything and still, he doesn't want to do anything.
TL;DR: I'm 18 years old from Brazil and I'm stucked in Costa Mesa.
The thing is: I don't want to spend my vacations at home, and I don't want to come back to Brazil soon, so I was considering going to another place where I could get along with public transport and 4 thousands dollars.
Thank you guys
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Thread I was posting in reached image limit, so I'll start a new one.
Here's some pictures from my trip to Akihabara, Tokyo
Some people were asking me about fap hotels, which are basically hotels where you're supplied with porn dvds and an onahole. You also get condoms, I am not sure about the intention, though.
You get a very small room with a tv, computer and a mattress. You can then sleep there for 3000 yen per night, making it some of the cheapest accomodation in Akiba.
Pic related is the fine selection of lewd shit in the bathroom. I'm digging the Monster Hunter onahole.
Planning a trip to Jamaica
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I would like to visit Jamaica for about 10 days in March, just to unwind after an extremely taxing 2013.
Could anyone share stories, tips, and so on with me? It's my first time going to there and tourism info online is pretty scarce.
If anyone is interested I can help out with info about Hong Kong, Japan, Taipei, and Singapore.
Thank you :)
Travelling to Bolivia
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Hello there. I'm going to Bolivia next month, taking the Death Train and going to the biggest cities (Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, La Paz, Sucre) and then to the Salar de Uyuni, followed by the Atacama. I'm planning to spend around U$ 500. Is this enough? Any tips for my trip?
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