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Hey /trv/, looking to visit Canada, which of these two cities is better and why? I'm interested in culture, restaurants, clubs, bars, getting laid, and nature.
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Hi /trv/, soo.. I'm going to Kenya and Tanzania next month, Nairobi to Zanzibar. Now I'm wondering - can you organize the whole safari thing independently, as in not as a package with hotel and inland flights etc.? And is it possible to do it without spending insane amounts of money? I mean, I know about park fees and all that but does that mean I have to pay 200$ a day? And which of all the national parks are a must-see? Do they get repetitive after a while? What about Zanzibar? Do people actually still speak Arabic there or did that die after the massacre? Also how is public transport in East Africa? Can you get around in buses? Share your stories and general advice about East Africa ITT if you want. Kenya/Tanzania general, i guess.
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When will it be safe to travel to Thailand? What is a good alternative in south east Asia in the meantime?
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Anyone here know anything about working/school in singapore? Does a student visa permit you to work? What are the working conditions like? How competetive is it? Does a work visa lead fairly painlessly into permanent residency and citizenship? I am currently studying finance and am thinking about continuing, but am open to other suggetsions based on demand. I am open to the rest of SE asia as well, but singapore has a special appeal to me for the freedom and taxes. I was thinking of gaining citizenship, and maybe moving to a cheaper area after gainint experience/capital to expand

Remote/Obscure Places

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>ITT: Remote places that you want to visit and why. Especially deserted islands in the middle of the ocean or mysterious ruins. Also, if there are no tourist places near any of these, is there a way to go? Can you rent out a yacht and a sailer and tell him where to go for under $5,000? Just curious. Always fascinated by remote and unexplired islands.
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What are some resorts and cruises that are targeted for young adults in their twenties who wanna get drunk and fuck women? Somewhere in or close to the U.S. is preferred.
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Hi, Im not sure wether this to post in /adv/ or here, but since this is more specified to travelling frequently. I fly very frequently and use the cheapest options available, which means different airlines all the times. I've build up a bunch of different frequent flyer programs with miles on them. Now, Ive allways wanted a way to redeem them all. I came accross giift.com recently and wonder if its legit or if there are any other programs like this. Help much appreciated!
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Hey /trv/ I just want to escape from this Live in Mexico, 20yo student, where can I go?
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Yo /trv/ 18 y.o New Zealander here, currently living in New York. This April I'm going to go hitchhiking for a few weeks, starting in upstate NY. Don't know where I'm going. Anyone want to join?
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I know Tokyo/Japan threads are common but I would like to post a link to my thread as it might provide some good information and/or unique perspective. Background. I worked for the FBI for nearly 7 years, went to Japan on vacation, and decided I wanted to move there. Spent the next 2 years teaching myself Japanese, finishing up my degree (yes you can work for the FBI without a degree in some positions), and saving up money. I quit the FBI at the end of 2010 and spent nearly the next 3 years living in Japan. I spent the first year at a language school so I could have a long term visa without having to work. After that I got a job, quit soon after, and went through various other trials and tribulations. Ended up homeless and sleeping in an internet cafe my last 5 months or so. It was an amazing experience all around so I hope I can encourage others. Page 1 starts in 2008 with me being a complete Japan newb. The thread sat dormant for several years until I brought it up again in 2010 as I was boarding the plane so page 3 post 66 is where it really begins. The thread goes on for 77 pages and has various videos, images and long winded stories. Hopefully someone will find it useful. http://honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=2296419
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Going to Costa Rica for 10 days. Current plan is to spend half in San Jose and half either at Jaco, Tamarindo or Limon. Anyone have any places/suggestions of good places to go/see or general advice? I'm currently going with almost no itinerary pls halp

India travel

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Want to travel to India next year around April/may. How much would I need to save? I would want to spend a month or two and maybe travel down to SEA afterward.Would that be a good time of year to travel as well? Would I need to buy a return flight ticket as well?
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hey trv I live in Cleveland, but don't know what to do in Cleveland, plus valentines day is coming up. Help a guy out?
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So, basically, I plan on going to Iceland for about a month, maybe a little bit more. That would be approximately from mid-july to mid-august, give or take. I'm from Montreal, by the way (I'm a native francophone, so sorry if my English is a bit lacking). As a general rule, accommodation would be couchsurfing. I love cities as much as the outdoors. It's probably gonna sound "real traveler" as fuck, but I don't know how else to say it: I enjoy sightseeing, but I get tired of it easily, what I love the most is "alternative" activities and sights, e.g. weird museums, unique shops, unusual foods/drinks to taste, wild animals observation, caving, etc. I'm a hunter and a fisherman, so anything related would be great as well. The wikivoyage entry on Iceland isn't extremely developed and a bit vague, so I don't really know how to orientate my research, so I was thinking some locals or /trv/lers who already went could help me out. I'm freelance so I can't give a precise estimate, but I think I can manage to save about the equivalent of 3000-4000$ CAD for the trip including airfare, probably a bit more. Local transport would be by bus, bike if possible and by foot. I'll try learning as much Icelandic as I can until the trip. Itinerary would be something like pic related. Of course, I'm taking suggestions and I'm definitely okay with changing plans (I wouldn't ask you guys if I weren't). So far, the only ideas I have is to stay in Reykjavik most of the time to discover the city and take maybe a week or so to take the bus to go to Porsmork (or something like that) and stay in a dorm in a mountain hut. I'd like to go hiking and fishing there if possible. So, /trv/ is there anything I'm missing? Cool cities, villages and parks to visit? Nice places to stay, neat things to do? TL;DR: >I'd like to go to Iceland >What do
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Sup /trv/. I have sort of an odd question which is really just a worry of mine. I'll be traveling from Mexico to San Francisco on the 4th of July to catch a connecting flight to Osaka. If everything goes as expected during the first flight (No delays, etc) I should be arriving at San Francisco with a little over an hour and a half to spare in-between the next flight which would be to Osaka. I normally never worry about this sort of thing and perhaps I'm being paranoid just because of the date, but seeing as how it would be during a national holiday/festive date would this mean anything to the time spent in customs and stuff like that? In that case any tips to speed up the plane to customs, customs to plane process? (Some friends and relatives told me speaking to flight attendants about the connecting flight might help.)
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Hey /trv/, got a plan I wanted to run by you. My spring break from college this year is gonna be around 10 days. I was thinking of checking out the Baltic countries. Here's what I was thinking - Fly into Helsinki as it has the cheapest flights from New York - Do Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Vilnius This is just kind of a spur of the moment idea I had, so I'm not entirely sure I want to do it yet. That's why I'm here I guess. I'm not loaded so I'd like to do this on the cheap. I have friends in Helsinki who I can stay with so Finland won't be as expensive as it could be, but I'm curious about the actual Baltics an how cheap I can do it. tl;dr what do in baltics. is it worth 10 days. how cheap is it. is weather alright in mid-march. any and all advice is appreciated, especially from the finnfags and baltfags that are lurking on this board.

Freight-hopping?

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I know there's a European thread dealing with this already, but it'll probably be dead by the time you see this >Freight hopping I'm very interested in doing this either alone or with 2-3 good people. I'm from Montreal and would probably be leaving from here (in the summer of course). I'd probably do a test run to Toronto to see if I like it enough to take it all the way to another province, but here's what I want to know while I'm still planning this out. I'm attracted to freight hopping mainly because it's free and the trains pass through some very scenic places. >Anyone ever done this? Got any tips/stories to share? >What are the laws surrounding this? What are police likely to do should you get caught? Keep in mind I have no criminal record >Any websites/good resources for studying? >What should I carry? >Any other, better forms of free transportation? I figure I'd bring with me: >A backpack >Plenty of non-perishables >Water >Weed >Money in case of emergency and my debit card I've seen this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-FYjiGEtsU and it's a good starting point but does anyone who's actually done it have anything to say about his methods, etc?
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so im newly 18 and wanting to see a bunch of places mainly abandoned places since im really into urban exploration there is a few places in italy i want to see but im totally clueless of how to organise this how much on average would it cost me to spend a week in say rome or malta? im not looking for specific numbers since im giving a rather vague question but im just unsure of whether ill need to spend a year saving for it or if one months paycheck will cover it

Geneva

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Has anyone been to Geneva? Recommendations? I am going the 8th of march-15th
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Am I the only one who ran away from home to travel the world?






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