[  3  /  a  /  adv  /  an  /  c  /  cgl  /  ck  /  cm  /  co  /  diy  /  fa  /  fit  /  g  /  i  /  ic  /  jp  /  k  /  lit  /  m  /  mlp  /  mu  /  n  /  o  /  p  /  po  /  q  /  sci  /  sp  /  tg  /  toy  /  trv  /  tv  /  v  /  vg  /  vp  /  w  /  wg  /  wsg  /  x  ]

/trv/ Travel

Threads added between 2014/01/15 and 2014/01/22

Threads by date

From 2014/01/15 22:00 to 2014/01/16 04:00 (4)
From 2014/01/16 04:00 to 2014/01/16 10:00 (10)
From 2014/01/16 10:00 to 2014/01/16 16:00 (2)
From 2014/01/16 16:00 to 2014/01/16 22:00 (7)
From 2014/01/16 22:00 to 2014/01/17 04:00 (8)
From 2014/01/17 04:00 to 2014/01/17 10:00 (5)
From 2014/01/17 10:00 to 2014/01/17 16:00 (9)
From 2014/01/17 16:00 to 2014/01/17 22:00 (6)
From 2014/01/17 22:00 to 2014/01/18 04:00 (10)
From 2014/01/18 04:00 to 2014/01/18 10:00 (5)
From 2014/01/18 10:00 to 2014/01/18 16:00 (5)
From 2014/01/18 16:00 to 2014/01/18 22:00 (6)
From 2014/01/18 22:00 to 2014/01/19 04:00 (8)
From 2014/01/19 04:00 to 2014/01/19 10:00 (2)
From 2014/01/19 10:00 to 2014/01/19 16:00 (1)
From 2014/01/19 16:00 to 2014/01/19 22:00 (12)
From 2014/01/19 22:00 to 2014/01/20 04:00 (11)
From 2014/01/20 04:00 to 2014/01/20 10:00 (2)
From 2014/01/20 10:00 to 2014/01/20 16:00 (4)
From 2014/01/20 16:00 to 2014/01/20 22:00 (15)
From 2014/01/20 22:00 to 2014/01/21 04:00 (10)
From 2014/01/21 04:00 to 2014/01/21 10:00 (5)
From 2014/01/21 10:00 to 2014/01/21 16:00 (10)
From 2014/01/21 16:00 to 2014/01/21 22:00 (5)
From 2014/01/21 22:00 to 2014/01/22 04:00 (10)
From 2014/01/22 04:00 to 2014/01/22 10:00 (9)
From 2014/01/22 10:00 to 2014/01/22 16:00 (4)
From 2014/01/22 16:00 to 2014/01/22 22:00 (5)
From 2014/01/22 22:00 to 2014/01/23 04:00 (11)

Most viewed threads in this category

Nude Beach

15 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 174683-nude-bathing.jpg]
Has anyone on /trv/ been to a nude beach before? What was the experience like?
23 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: taikonotatsujin.jpg]
Well /trv/, back from Japan and sharing what I have learned to help other travelers. I’ll cover skiing in Hokkaido, car/motorcycle rentals, and the eternal search for street racing and nyotaimori (sushi served off a naked woman). The biggest take a ways are that not all 7/11 ATMs take Master Card debit cards anymore- although Citibank ATMs do now. This is the opposite that I found in 2012. JP Bank and the post office still work the same as always for getting money, the exchange rate during this trip was roughly 100?=$1. The bus info contained herein is important as it is only found by asking people in Hokkaido or being able to read Japanese. No websites or forums, including google maps, I found gave information in English. Well some do but it is inaccurate (learned the hard way). Lastly, don’t travel to Japan on or around the New Year for three reasons. The biggest issue is many places are closed (almost all museums and tourist attractions) for the week following (national holiday) and many places don’t clearly state their revised hours. More than once I ended up at places that said they would be open and weren’t. Second the snow in Hokkaido I heard anecdotally but unanimously is better in February. If you’re spending the money to come skiing here (which I highly recommend) make it worth it. Lastly, I have never traveled to a place during a peak travel time before. Never have I met so many shitty travelers and tourists in my life. I make it a point to stay at hostels just so I can meet new people, but during my time in Tokyo over Christmas and the New Year I bounced out of two hostels (something I’ve never done before) because of the people. A 2,000? a night capsule hotel above a pachinko hall and below a fuzoku (brothel) filled with stale smoke and burnt out bottom rung salary men was a huge step up.
4 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 1390336474580.jpg]
First day of my first trip. Bangkok. Already turn down a lady boy, eaten a scorpion, a farang just walked down the street in flat cap trying to inflate a sex doll. How did I get here? Jetlag as fuck. Couldn't find my hostel. What should I do tomorrow. It is tomorrow! Shit...
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: fennec.jpg]
North Africa general. Hey /trv/, my fiancee and I are planning on taking a trip to north Africa/southern Spain for our honeymoon pretty soon. Specifically, we're flying into Tunisia, hopefully overland from there to Algeria then on to Morocco (I'm under the impression that the border issues were somewhat resolved but needed correction will be appreciated). After that, we're headed north (somehow) to south Spain and seemingly flying out of Lisbon. Stories? What general tips do you guys have for the area? Am I correct to say that trains are the best way to travel from city to city? Things to see or do that are can't-miss or don't appear in many travel guides?

Amsterdam/Border Security/Customs

3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: about-03-apperance[1].jpg]
Anybody here has had problems with customs and border security after passing through Amsterdam? Going to Europe for the first time travel Westwards from Ukraine to London and one of the stops, of course are the coffee shops in Amsterdam. Not going to try and smuggle anything like that, I'm just worried about residual narcotics and what not getting stuck on my clothes, luggage etc. I'm Australian by the way, if that makes any difference
11 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: praga 4 web.jpg]
Hi /trv/ We are a group of backpackers (3-4 people) and we've decided to go on trip to Italy (Emillia-Romagna and Tuscany). The question is - does anyone have any experiences concerning hitchhiking in Italia? I've heard that although Italians are nice people, they do not pick hitchhikers up much. Is that true? I'd be grateful for other tips too. Thanks a lot
2 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 720px-Flag_of_Brazil.svg.png]
What do you think of this, /trv/? http://imgur.com/gallery/8pAeh/

Pripyat Tour

3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 800px-Pripyat01.jpg]
I was wondering, if I were to sign up for a tour of Pripyat and deviated to go inside of the buildings for a bit, would I get into huge trouble with the Ukraine government? Perhaps bribe a guide? Any feedback would be appreciated, thank you.

Vietnam General? Vietnam General.

6 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Arnold.jpg]
Hey /trv/. I'm going to Vietnam next month. Need every intel you can provide. I've read every blog in the net, but I want to know even more so maybe locals will not kill me for rocking John Rambo T-shirt. How about a Night Life in Ho Chi Minh as a conversation starter?
4 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: stockholm.jpg]
Can some fags tell me how's life in Stockholm?
19 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 20121031-japan-sun[1].jpg]
hey /pol/ I'm looking to go to Japan. What are some recommendations you can give me?

thinkship.com

5 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Icon.png]
Hearing a lot of buzz about this site. Before I die...
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 1466305.jpg]
Has anyone here worked on a cruise ship before? What was it like? I'm thinking of applying for a job mostly for the experience.
3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: tattoo.jpg]
need ideas for travel tattoos! Anyone got suggestions lets see it

Travel Blogs

3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Travel Blogs.png]
do you guys follow any? or write your own? post them here because I love reading about other peoples travels
1 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: SA_Montage_Nimajpg.jpg]
Has /trv/ ever hosted other travelers from 4chan or anyone else they've met online (such as Couch Surfing)? If not, would you ever be willing in the future? I'm very interested in travel, and I'm also interested in hosting people who come to the city where I am living now. I've lived in multiple places around the United States, and currently live in San Antonio, Texas (pic related). Unfortunately, I don't know how many people would be enthusiastic about visiting here, but I'd love to host. San Antonio is somewhat popular with international travelers and Austin, Texas, which is an hour from where I live, is even more popular. Of course, I'm all too willing to host my fellow Americans as well. For my next trip, I'd like to travel to Spain and Portugal, and I've read much about them, particularly Spain and it's various regions, and I speak Spanish as well. Where do you Spaniards and Portuguese live? If you're not from those locations, I'd still love to take on a traveling companion (in addition to my wife). I love to travel for scenery, seeing how people live, cuisine, historical sites and great art and architecture.

Traveling To Portugal

0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Boca.jpg]
Anyone ever been here? where are some cool places to visit and do exciting stuff. I definitely want to go see Boca De Inferno. I'm 23 years old and have a comfortable budget so give me any suggestions at all.
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: swaziland-gold-mine-of-ma(...).jpg]
Studying abroad at Univ of Capetown and want to get some opinions and info on the school/city, namely: Quality of the school Places to visit How to get weed/penalty and risk of getting caught Social scene Places to avoid Likelihood of gettin DA AIDS Etc.

Tipping while overseas

2 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 1232243187631.jpg]
What is /trv/'s experience with tipping while travelling? While I was recently in Kurdistan and Iran, it was basically nonexistent, but I still rounded up taxi fairs or added 5% to restaurant bills to the nearest convenient amount. Hotels never asked for a tip, and didn't expect it either, even if they carried your bags to your room. In general people were just very friendly and willing to help for nothing in return, a few people were surprised when I offered them a few dollars after volunteering to show me around places. I'm in India right now, and it's totally the opposite. It seems like everyone just wants your money, and isn't really interested in saying hello or helping you out unless they get something in return. I've had a driver for the last week, and he's been quite helpful and interesting. I decided I'd give him (what I thought to be) a very generous tip of about $50-60 on top of what he was already paid, at which he complained that it wasn't enough and threw a tantrum. I guess it's just nice when people are willing to do small favours and be generally helpful without expecting anything in return.
3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Capture.jpg]
http://tinyurl com/kcedzuy whose private island is this?






[  3  /  a  /  adv  /  an  /  c  /  cgl  /  ck  /  cm  /  co  /  diy  /  fa  /  fit  /  g  /  i  /  ic  /  jp  /  k  /  lit  /  m  /  mlp  /  mu  /  n  /  o  /  p  /  po  /  q  /  sci  /  sp  /  tg  /  toy  /  trv  /  tv  /  v  /  vg  /  vp  /  w  /  wg  /  wsg  /  x  ]

Contact me | All the content on this website come from 4chan.org. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.

Dofus quêtes

Page loaded in 0.527548 seconds.