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Female Solo Traveller vs Male Solo Traveller

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Safety aside, is there a difference in how men and women experience solo travelling?
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Japan General

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New Japan General

As always, feel free to ask about:
>Traveling to Japan
>Living in Japan
>Teaching in Japan
>Joining the Yakuza
>Getting your weeb fantasies crushed

*Info on prostitution*

*Note about the JR Pass*
Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary.

Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options:
>7 day Pass: 29,110¥
>14 day Pass: 46,390¥
>21 day Pass: 59,350¥

Please check the /trv/ sticky before asking questions. It's filled with links to great resources, many of them specific to Japan travel.

Please refer to the old thread while it's still up: >>1211184
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Where can I move?

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Where can I move with the following information?

>UK Citizen
>Want Seclusion
>Want NO/Little Crime
>Want Wildlife
>Want No Cultural Problems (I'm not white)
>Want Simple Living (Fishing, Hunting, Foraging etc)
>Want Christian Environment
>Want somewhere that isn't completely Cold (Don't mind some cold)
>Want Freedom in Law (Free Speech, Free to Protect Myself in My Home etc)
>Want No Huge Taxes

Any suggestions? Apologies, if this thread isn't right for this board.
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Perfect City

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What is your perfect City /trv/?

What are some characteristic and qualifications of your perfect City. Where you can see yourself living until death?

Do any cities like this exist already?

Are any cities close to this?

I think mine would be:

>ocean warm enough to swim in at least 4-5 months a year

>no winters that ever go under 0 degrees Celsius

>not a very expensive city to live in

>smart city transportation wise, publics transportation bikes etc.

>cultured city and people

>near a big airport hub that has flights going to many places
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Myanmar - Burma

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Anyone been there or living there? I'm currently living in Cambodia. Any questions about Cambodia be sure to ask me.
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Give me advice about sightseeing shopping in Florence apart from the obvious.

Especially interested in following things:

- Is there a place to buy Amazon Kindle?

- Good place to buy sneakers?

- Any mega malls open late at night?

- Good antique shops / bazaars / bookshops that are not tourist traps?

- Good places to eat / drink interesting stuff for cheap

And same question for Sienna.
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I've been offered the oppurtunity to study abroad in Germany with the choice of four cities; Hamburg, Berlin, Stuttgart, and Munich. Money isn't an issue when it comes to deciding between them, and though I originally planned on Berlin to experience the country at its heart, what would /trv/ pick out of the four to stay in for a month?
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USA big cities

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Hi /trv/ outsider here. I was thinking about making a thread for San Francisco but I think I would like to know about typical USA big cities that are well-known or famous outside your country.

>San Francisco, LA, NY, Seattle, Washington etc

I wouldn't like to have only the media information so I would like to ask if you've been there, and if you like it or not, and why. My actual thoughs for example are that NY could be "a cool city" but I prefer to read your opinions.
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Travelling is meaningless

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I just posted a blog on Antifeed about why travelling is meaningless.

My main points were that you can do everything that you can do somewhere else right at home. I also mentioned that once you have seen one big city or tall building you have seen them all, so there is no point in travelling thousands of miles if you already understand the gist of it. Why go so far away if you are going to be doing the same exact thing that you do at home. I mean it's not like you don't have access to everything that you can find over there right at home, not counting monuments of course.

Feel free to debate me here or on the blog

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DIY Moscow guide

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Hey /trv

I decided I would do my very own Moscow guide.

I'm just tired of all the crap I see in online guides and articles on Moscow and of all the dumbfuck stereotypes and misconceptions. I first noticed foreign guides on Russia and Moscow were extremely stupid and outdated some 15 years ago in a Berlin airport while browsing guides on Russia in a book stall. The situation hasn't changed much since then.

I'll post the first pages and you tell me if I should continue it here. If you like it I'll post a new page every 1-2 days and later collect it all into a pdf for free distribution (and possible publishing if someone is interested).You can also ask me questions which I'll try to cover in this guide.
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