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I'm going on a trip across the states over the next few months. Pic related; it's the first part of my trip. A question to anyone that lives along the path I'm taking: What should I see? Any can't miss stuff? Wanna hang out?
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I'm currently a us citizen but I want to move to the Netherlands. Does anyone know the requirements to earn citizenship there?
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The closest thing I have to a dream in life is to finish my degree in CS and travel the world taking freelance programming jobs to support myself. Does anyone live a lifestyle similar to this (any career at all)? I'm starting to seriously think about specifics and I want to get them sorted as soon as possible. Where to do stay, hostels? Do they have many of those in East Asia and Africa and such? Are visas/passports ever a problem? What about the language barrier? I'm considering staying for around ~3-6 months in most places, probably up to a year or two in Japan (obviously) and Europe. I imagine I won't really have time to put down roots anywhere. Where do you meet people? should I just not bother with ingraining myself at all? I don't want to become a traveling hikki. Any other advice/experience/fun stories would be greatly appreciated.
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How do you guys choose a place to travel to? Do you go to places that a tourist wouldn't, usually, such as smaller towns and villages, as well as the usual landmarks?
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I need some cultural advice. I am in Japan right now. What is an acceptable amount of bulge to display? In america, I like to go full labyrinth. But I feel that here, I should dial it back at least a little. Serious responses only please. Oh who am I kidding? Joke responses only.


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I'm in Hanoi and will probably be here for the next 8 months and need ideas of stuff to do? I've already been here about a month, but haven't seen much, just walked around the old quarter mostly and ate street food and drank cheap beer.
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http://www.koryogroup.com/ Would any of you take the oppotunity to visit the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? Myself and a few friends have booked to take the Kim Jong Il birthday tour in Feb 2013. It's an all inclusive tour too see the landmarks of north Korea and to witness the celebrations of Kim Jong Il. We know we won't see the real face of the regime, get to see how bad the country really is and we know it's going to be a propaganda filled shitfest. We're going out of morbiid curiosity and to see what it's like.
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Hi /trv/, who here has gone to Annecy? I'm planning a trip to visit a friend in Italy for a week and then spending the rest of my holiday in Italy away form his hometown, and then heading over to France and Spain respectively. For those who have visited Annecy, is it a nice place? How long would one need to spend there? I'm quite interested in the history of Catholicism, so it appeals to me form that perspective, as Francis de Sales was born and raised in Annecy, but what else is there to do?
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Hey guys, I am traveling to India and Nepal on January - March 2013. I have been reading a lot about it on google and stuff but wanted to know if any of you had any experience traveling to these places on their winter. I reckon it's going to be cheaper since it's not peak season but i've also aknowledged it may be harder to do some treks in nepal due to heavy snowing and such. Will a 50 lt backpack with essentials be enough? Also, will the vibram KSO Trek shoes be enough to trek the himalayas? I have normal treking boots in case they are not, but I find my five fingers confortable to do this kinda thing, but also want to hear second opinions. Anyways, any general advice on nepal/himalayas? tldr; travelling to nepal (himalayas), any advice?

International job query

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Can anybody offer experience on getting a job internationally? I am interested in moving internationally from US to Western Europe would be ideal and not really sure on actually getting a job out there especially with all the laws in place. I wouldn't even mind volunteering as I am trying to make an independent living online through various revenue streams. Every forum/google search/blog post I have found all seem way to good to be true or just incredibly sketchy. Has anyone had luck gettings a paid/volunteer position internationally? and if so what would you recommend? Thanks
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Anyone ever taken mini vacation as described in the 4 hour work week and found them to save money and lead to a great time?
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What countries tend to grant work visas for HelpX style arrangements? Which ones, if any, tend to overlook their lack? Pic not related.

things to do in australia

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this has probably been posted a thousand times but it would be nice if some of you would post your ideas. >flying to brisbane with my gf in 1 week >staying 4 months; probably travel down the west coast and after that fly to perth australia is not really my destination of choice but i just need to make the most out of it. so it would be cool of you to name some things to do/ places to go. im into surfing, music (gigs/festivals) and contemporary art. id like to meet some cool people (no greasy racist rednecks). my only plans so far are seeing chelsea wolfe at the zoo in brisbane and maybe going to strawberry fields in melbourne and find some place to work (hopefully) and surf in between


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i've been thinking about flying down to london this december. i want to see what the fuck london has to offer. i'm pretty sure it gets nice since christmas is right around the corner. any recommendations on what to do around this time of year? what to see? do's & dont's? i might do some touristy shit on the travel wiki, check out some some good museums/historic landmarks. but i want to know your guy's recommendations. especially food wise.
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Hello travel I am planning a trip to Indonesia for 30-60 days sometime soon depending on how quickly I can get the money I need. I've been planning this trip for about two years now, gaining a lot of information on the way. I have already read a lot of information on other sites and forums. But as this is the only website without registration requirements im posting here. Now I will be travelling with a girl I've known for a few years who is a local there so take that into consideration when assessing these questions. What I really want to know is. -I've planned for about $1,500 worth of expenses for me and her to visit Bali, Sumatra, Malang, Jakarta, Komodo Island, Lombok, as well as any other places that catch my eye. Now I figure that if we share a room (Which I need to clarify before I leave obviously, since she is Muslim I don't know what kind of expectations she has about our lodging and interaction) -I am planning on getting a Visa On Arrival, are there any complications that I should plan for? I'd hate to get there and have them not allow me into the country for any reason. -Any idea where to get the cheapest airfare? Everywhere I have looked has bottomed out at around $1600 round trip. -If I book a round trip flight for one month, but decide that I want to renew my Visa and spend another month how difficult is it to re negotiate with the Airfare company? (I realize this is very subjective, but any experience or advice would be greatly appreciated) -How difficult is getting an Expat/Teaching job? I've looked at multiple different sources, some say a teaching degree is required (And in fact is by law) While others say that if I get a TEFL that many schools will process the paper work regardless of education status. -Any general information you have about Indonesia that I can use. -Also what about getting a student visa and attending college? Thanks in advance for your help!

Youth hostel stories?

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Every time I stay in one, I meet the strangest people. What are your stories, /trv/? I'll start with one of mine: > York, visiting for a friend's wedding, booked at wtfshortnotice due to screwup with other friends and their hotel booking. > Step into room, see scottish guy talking the ear off some german guy > Wander off > Return later > Scottish guy alone in room, wearing the full scottish get-up, kilt and everything. > Proceeds with storytime > Turns out, he was in the black watch regiment, in bosnia > Relates all kinds of fucked-up shit he saw > Including hunting for 'the butcher of bosnia', who at the time was still on the loose > Explains he's basically wandering around, living in hostels because he can't stand to stay in one place > TFW I can't really blame him, suffering from wanderlust myself. > Laughs are exchanged, he goes off out to get pissed. Pic related; AUSTRALIANS GET EVERYWHERE. You'd think the place was empty.

3 weeks in Chile

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Yo /trv First time travelling to South America; going to Chile. SO far all I know is some really dry desert, and some mountains. What to do in Chile for 3 weeks?
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Hi /trv/ I'll be staying in Turin, Italy for 3 days next week. What are some interesting things I can do/see there? Will people understand me if I speak english, french or german? Thanks
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So coming november i'll be going on a schooltrip to Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. (pic related, from google). only one week though I will be travelling with a group of around 20 others. From about 9 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon we will stay at a local school, but afterwards we are free to do whatever. So does anyone here have any tips? how much money i should bring (not counting hotel), any places to go, things to watch out for etc. Thanks in advance.
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http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2012/s3612881.htm Michael Palin appreciation thread

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