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Nude Beach

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Has anyone on /trv/ been to a nude beach before? What was the experience like?

London to Amsterdam

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So, this might be a bit too ambitious, but I want to ride a bicycle from London to Amsterdam. I'm from the US, I'm not a pro bicyclist, but I have ridden 45 miles in a day before. My questions are thus: How hard of a ride is it? I'm not fond of riding uphill for 6 miles straight. What sort of backpack/travel gear should I use? I can travel light, but it doesn't take much to weigh you down... And how friendly are their trains to people with bicycles? If I burn out I don't want to be stuck camping with no gear. Thank you very much for whatever help you can offer
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Hey /trv/, I have a question about Japan Rail pass. I'm in Japan as a student now and my mother wants to visit the country. The Rail pass can be bought only if you're outside of Japan and if you're going to visit Japan for less than 30 days. Obviously, it's not applicable to me but I was wondering if there's a way to either cheat the system or buy an alternative. The passes have to be ordered online so I don't know how would they check you in Japan, would conductors ask for your passport every time? pic unrelated

Amsterdam/Border Security/Customs

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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
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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

Pripyat Tour

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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.

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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?
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Can some fags tell me how's life in Stockholm?


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Hearing a lot of buzz about this site. Before I die...
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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.
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need ideas for travel tattoos! Anyone got suggestions lets see it

Travel Blogs

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do you guys follow any? or write your own? post them here because I love reading about other peoples travels
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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

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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.

Tipping while overseas

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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.
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http://tinyurl com/kcedzuy whose private island is this?


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Hey /trv/, what is your experience with job hunting and imigrating to New Zealand? I am a graduated chemical engineer. Go.

Young Traveler

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Hey /trv/! First time on this board. 22 USA Male. I'm a young traveler looking to expand my horizon. I've visited Ecuador, Canada, and almost the whole continental US in recent years. Planning a big trip to Europe soon. Was wondering if you had any tips? Hostel prices? Security? Cost? I'll be seeing Ireland, England, and South France in the course of 3-4 weeks

Zijuatanejo and surrounds?

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Hi, all, Just booked a trip to Zijuatanejo, Mexico for late April (it'll be just after Holy Week, so the local crowds should be marginally less dense). Been to other parts of Mexico a number of times, but never to this region--any must-sees/must dos? We'll be mostly beach lounging and taking it easy, but I'd appreciate tips on local food or cultural highlights, if there are any, as well as any sites of historical interest not far away (I gather that the area is largely new-built and resorty, but anyhow). Also fond of markets that sell something other than tourist trinkets. Short day trips outside of town OK too; we'll probably have a car, and we speak Spanish. Thanks!
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Britfag here, 30 years old, never travelled anywhere other than drunken package holidays to the Mediterranean and a couple of holidays to Orlando as a kid. I haven't left this awful country for nearly 8 years now. I work from home, the same home I've lived in for 31 years with my parents. And it is crushing me inside. I long to travel, even if its just for a couple of months to Australia or NZ, just for the experience. I am very introverted and don't make friends easily. I'm not an aspie by any means. But meeting people is never easy for me. I really need to get the fuck out of my comfort zone but something is stopping me. Money, mainly. But also fear. There are so many places I'd like to go but I figured down under is a common first trip for Britfags like me. I know someone currently living in NZ that I could probably stay with for a while which would help cut costs. I'm confused by the amount of flight options though and whether to stop off etc in different places. At this moment in time, I feel like selling everything I own (which isn't much) and just fucking going for it. Why am I making this thread? I dunno, looking advice I suppose for cheap travel to the Antipodes and how to deal with being a shyfag whilst travelling.

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