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Hitchhiking in thailand, what do you think?

Never traveled, trying to get to MO.

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Complete noob traveler here. Never been on a flight on my own, much less tried to plan one. I also happen to be extremely financially challenged. My girlfriend joined the National Guard and her graduation ceremony is on the 13th. She's stationed in Ft. Leonard Wood in Missouri and I'm in Beverly, Massachusetts (most likely departing from Boston). Last week I looked at the airfare for flights from Logan directly to Fort Leonard Wood (or nearby St. Louis) and found tickets at about $350, thinking it wasn't too bad and that I could afford the tickets after my next paycheck. After I get paid, I check the rates and see they jumped up to $666. I had no clue airline prices fluctuate like that. So here's my situation. On a budget of about $900 maximum (even with that I could be in real financial trouble when I get home) I need to get from Boston to Fort Leonard Wood by Feb. 12th, 1PM and stay until 8 PM on the 13th. I have the 11th-14th off from work. My car can just barely get me to Boston, nevermind the midwest. Also none of her family will be attending so I will be traveling completely alone (which is why it's so important that I get there, I'm literally the only person supporting her). Airfare is ungodly expensive. Renting a car is not an option as I do not have a major credit card. Only thing I'm not worried about is lodging since they have a hotel on-site at the army base. Any experienced travelers have tips on how to find cheaper airfare, or a way around needing a credit card to rent a car?


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HITCH-HIKING Hey /trv/. When school's out this summer I'm going to hitch-hike to Callais, England where I'll hitch a ride through the channel tunnel to France. I plan on hitch-hiking through Europe as far as I can with no definite plan. I'm 18. What do you think? Any tips for me? I have about £1000, but I plan to only spend it when absolutely necessary or not at all.
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Hi /trv/ I'm a european going to Japan for two weeks with a bunch of friends this june. There is a lot of things we'd like to see like Tokyo life but also the nature of Japan. What would be a good and cheap way to get around? Please share any suggestions or your own experiences!

Arukula small borough

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How can I sate my camping bug when I do not have a car and I live in Houston? All advice is appreciated, I'm getting stir crazy here.
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Hello /trv/. Hello /trv/. I'm going to stay for 6 months in Berlin, and I would like to know some good stores for buying video games. Also any general advice about the city will be welcome.
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Hi /trv/ Going to Madrid in a month with my spanish class. Might stay there for a couple of days instead of going home with them. So tell me about: Cheap hostel/motel you know of in madrid The best places to visit and best things to do in madrid? (I know it depends on what kind of person you are, but tell me why you would enjoy to do/visit that specific thing/place)
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I travel from America to Germany in 16 days with my class. We will be there for about 13 days, so not too long. Please tell me your stories and experiences from Germany if you have been, and advice for the trip!


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i want to do this in 45 days on $6000, is it to much or does anyone have suggestions?
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So I have 4k USD and I want to stay in Osaka for 3 weeks as. Anybody have any tips on budgeting? How much are rail passes and all that? I've never been to Japan so I can use all the help I can get!

Another Japan thread

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Me and some friends are gonna travel in Japan 1 August - 1 September by train. We are gonna travel below Tokyo and we already planed to go to Fuji, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima. We both really like to see the best Japan has to offer and have a great experience. We already know about the large and hottest tourist spots. I know some Japanese and my friends don't know anything. Me and my friends are interested in mostly anything except shopping. Now i have some questions: >What other places are nice to visit? >Is it safe to get a tattoo in Japan? If it is, what is a good place to get one? >What are some hidden gem places in the cities we are going to? >Are Japanese Girls easy to get home on pubs and clubs? Something to look out for there? >Is it hard to survive in Japan without not being able to talk and read Japanese so well? >If you have been in Japan what was the best and worst experiences you had? >What tourist spots should we ignore? >Any websites where i can find special events happening in Japan? >What places is the best to learn to know people you maybe can spend time with? >Is there a cheap way to get phones in Japan so me and friends don't loose each other? >I don't want to carry a big case through Japan, is there a place in Tokyo i can leave it cheap for 3 weeks? >Are men who like manga and anime seen as manchildren there as well?
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Tell me the logistical problems with throwing some cushions in the back of a van and parking by the ocean for a few months. Or tell me where/how you did this and whether it was as nice as I imagine.
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I have roughly eight grand. I wish to elsewhere in the world. What are some good options? As in countries that are cheap, relatively safe, and have decent opportunities for foreigners generating money? I rarely come to this board, so forgive me if this is an aggravatingly common post.

wwoofing in Japan (and elsewhere)

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I didn't want to make this thread specificially about Japan, but rather about wwoofing, however, my question is specific to Japan and anyone who has knowledge or experience doing it there. I am doing 1 of 2 things in about June or July. 1. Going to Japan for 3 months purely as a holiday. I may try to get some type of wwoofing in if I can, but otherwise not too fussed if i'm "only" going to be there 3 months, I can certainly occupy my time touring the country. 2. Going to Japan for 12 months on a working holiday visa, in which case I would definitely look into wwoofing and similar in order to truly experience the culture, people, and etc.. I was wondering if anyone here has wwoofed outside of the usual 3 month workless-visa type of scenario, what their experience was, if they were ever offered paid employment by the wwoofing hosts or etc.. Also wondering how many people have done this with beginner level Japanese vs say, moderate conversation level where they could understand everything that was going on. A large part of wanting to go there so long is to truly learn the language, be forced into a situation where learning phrases will just be part of the day-to-day. But i've always been a bit of a japanophile I guess, so the entire experience of living overseas (which i've never done) would just be that much more enjoyable.
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Hi, Czechfag here next week, I will be done with my uni exams and I wanna go away for a few days, just lie in the sun and do nothing. If possible I want to stay in Europe. Where should I go? I was thinking Valencia (weather forecast says they should already have 20+ °C). Or any other places in europe with 20+ °C you would recommend?
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Ask someone who spend half a year backpacking in Australia anything.
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Hi /trv/, I'm planning to travel to russia in the next few months, within 1 or 2 ideally. Are there any essentials I should know? I'll fly to Moscow and try to make my way northeast for a little while, but don't expect to get too far. I know a little of the language and am taking a course at the moment, but I'm pretty unclear about visa restrictions (I'm a UK citizen). Anyone been there recently?

Short-term work options in Europe

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Does anybody have any ideas for breaking-even (or better) in continental Europe, short-notice, for 1-2 months? This question is aimed at EU citizens, obviously. Eg. pamphleteering, menial work, bar work (possibly unlikely in countries where unemployment is 15-20%..!?)
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Anyone have experience with changing carriers at a layover? I'm flying on return from my vacation from Tokyo (NRT) to Orlando (MCO) with a layover in Seattle (SEA). I assume that upon landing in Seattle, I will need to go through customs and security. The carrier from NRT to SEA is All Nippon Airways, but the carrier from SEA to MCO is United. The layer in SEA is only 1 hour and 10 minutes, so I'm concerned about being able to make the connecting flight. Do you think I'm worrying about nothing?

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