There's a good chance I'll land a job in Abu Dhabi next year and I'll have to live there for some years. How's life there? I know you live based on your richness status:
Expats working there
Indians and Chinese cleaning toilets
I'm in the middle row and I'll have a good salary, but I wanted to know about life there. Is it just luxury and beaches? Will I feel alone? How strict are the laws? Alcohol only allowed at home? I guess I won't be able to use the torrents there, right? How blocked and controlled is the internet?
Also if you're familiar with the place tell me some good things to visit in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and other places in the emirates.
BTW, these women never charged. I think they just liked having a place to chill/spend the night/drink that wasn't an apartment with a bunch of other women, and the constant cattiness and drama that comes with.
Just paid for the groceries, and they took any leftovers home with them.
No, but unless you're married you can only have a house boy if you're thinking full time live-in
You can still rent a maid on hourly basis through the normal agencies though. We pay ours 35 AED/hour and she can clean, cook and take care of our kid, but we only have her clean.
I think the minimum salary you have to pay for a fulltime live-in maid is 1200 AED/month + visa cost and health insurance that amounts something like 6.000.
My man servant (his actual job title) was only paid between 300-400 month, but he did live on sight. Maybe the rental company did funny math and deducted that or it is just one of the rules that is applied differently to locals. To compensate for his low salary, me and my roommate would kick him a few dollars every now and then, and our guests would do the same. Even the women who came over to cook and chill
I guess it depends which emirate and where he was from. I know the minimum salaries are different for Indians and Filipinos.
Sometimes dodgy employers will also deduct housing, food etc. but it's not legal.
Website. job site with information for expats, where you can find jobs advices regarding lifestyle in UAE.
I'm a student in Lyon but I basically spend all my time inside the campus, dont really know the city itself, will have 1 week vacation next week and wanna know what to do nearby, or what to do in Lyon. Budget = 150euros
The old town (vieux-lyon / st-Jean) has some great places to visit, like the musée des miniatures, wich is full of movie props.
The Part-Dieu center is great for shopping, and the LCL Tower has a cafe on the top floor from wich the view is pretty nice. If course, Bellecour, Rue victor Hugo and Rue de la république are top spots too for shopping and sightseeing. That's some of the things that come to my mind, but depending on what you want, I might find something else
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If you want to go to a true "bouchon Lyonnais" and eat true "Cuisine du terroir" you can go to "Le Comptoir du Vin"
It's 2 rue Belfort, 69004 in la croix rousse
This is the raw experience though, don't expect the chief to suck your dick, and since he is a rude old fuck, don't be surprised if you hear him say he wants to eat a wet cunt out of the blue.
So yeah, you don't go there for the service but for the food and the atmosphere, and the prices are really fair unlike the other hacks.
This. Dude, you're in one of the best French cities, food-wise. JUST EAT YOUR 150 EUROS.
This is good advice.
If you have any specific questions let me know, I live here in Lyon.
If you're into football, just go to the stadium and attend a game, there's the 'derby' coming up this week end against the nearby club Saint Etienne
Hello guys, /pol/ack here.
My family and I will have 18 days to visit Europe.
Our list of cities consists of Paris, Rome, Florence, Napoli, Venice, Athens, Santorini, Istanbul, Edirne, Izmmir, and Ephesus.
Our travel concept is to visit the most iconic architecture places, scenery and food.
I am not sure about the Turkish cities and days recommended, can you please help me out on them. I will be great to spend the short as possible so we can go to other european cities.
As opposed to... 10? 50? 100? 500 years ago? Paris is like it has always been. Huge city full of amazing things, and also full of dirt and hobos. Have you ever been to Paris or are you just spouting memes?
Not sure why everyone is shitting on Turkey so much.
The current government is miserable, but there's still a lot to do and see around the country.
I've traveled there a couple times and saw bits and pieces of every region on my first trip in 2013.
Istanbul is fantastic - you can easily spend four or five or six days seeing the main sights and taking in the local scenery.
Izmir is scenic, but I wouldn't recommend more than a night or two. There are some ruins to see nearby, but the city itself is pretty slow and boring compared to Istanbul.
Visited Turkey 5 times.. Personally I loved Istanbul. I could go on and on about the city. City is huge and has something for everyone o enjoy. No way you won't like it unless you screw up and book a hotel at the slums somehow. All my family and friends (of all ages) did loved Istanbul.
We were a bit more divided on Izmir. Not much too see besides Greek/Roman ruins, most people don't speak English, few tourists, and keep in mind its very very hot in summer. I would Advise 2/3 days for historical venues.
Never went to Edirne but will recommend Antalya and Marmaris which is full of tourist activities besides sightseeing.
DON'T come to Napoli, it's the shithole of Europe, really.
> i live there
I'm stupid as shit when it comes to international travel.
So, my Japanese cousin is visiting Canada. After his visit, he plans to visit me (New York). Does he require any additional documents, besides a passport, to travel from Canada to the US as a Japanese citizen? Are the requirements different vice versa?
Also would the requirements be different if you were to take coach instead of a plane?
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It doesn't seem to be required, but it's always better to be safe.
I think so too.
Japanese citizens don’t need a visa when traveling to the States. But to be sure and to avoid any hassles, you need to find information ahead of time. I also have a friend who travels to multiple countries and she actually tried the official website but then he told me that there's third party websites that do similar services, like
. I hope this helps.
>Want to move somewhere with a friend of mine so we could make up for lost time and hit on and hook up with tons of chicks
>I am an Asian dude so I am already at an uphill battle with this dating shit
>Originally from NY
>One dude I used to work with mentioned San Diego
>Went this past weekend
>Had a BLAST, lots to do, lots of girls
>Supposedly Labor Day weekend is the more boring 4 day holiday of the year, like wut? It looked like the best nights in Columbus, GA or Atlanta, GA
>Spoke to a coworker about San Diego when I got back
>tells me to "google 'Man Diego'"
>tells me the reason it was not a sausage fest was because of labor day and the military dudes all went on leave
>google more facts about San Diego, ratio is supposedly 7:1 Male:female
Is any of this true? We liked the vibe of the place being so chill and the weather being so nice.
Any alternative Cities that are like San Diego in terms of chill factor and stuff to do and have a better ratio of single females to males??
recalculate that by age, then factor in the navy personnel not on the census.
Shouldnt it be worse because it didnt account for the navy and marine corps population
I got that ratio from
>>1299609 >i'm a handsome white male
Are there hot brown (arab) women in SD? You think being Arab gives you an edge there?
-Ambiguously Arab man, part Palestinian
I'm headed to Colombia for three months starting in May - spending most of the time just living in Medellin at the recommendation of a poster here (thanks) but I have some time to see some other sites too. I have Bogota and Cartagena on my list as the obvious ones - what are some other easy-to-reach places in Colombia that are worthwhile and how long would you recommend staying in each place?
No unless you're exceptionally good looking. In Bogotá many girls speak English, especially in Zona T
That might be true. I did hook up with a couple of paisas though but yeah the majority were from Bogotá.
El Dorado/Sierra Nevado de Sta Marta, Los Llanos, Amazonas, Tayrona, Jardín, Pacific coast around San Cipriano, Nevado del Ruiz, Chingaza, Chicaque... Most of them are reachable by small buses or jeeps. I did do guided tours in the majority of them but a couple I only went with friends. Chicaque and Chingaza are both nearish Bogotá and very doable without a guide. Los Llanos are only 4 hours or so by bus from Bogotá. You can take a bus to Villavicencio, then from there another bus to Puerto Gaitan. There, ask a local to take you on a boat safari to the dolphins and you'll be set. I saw loads of toucans and macaws, pink river dolphins, otters, etc.
Oh and I also went to the Darién Gap btw. That was pretty sick. Crossed into Panama by foot.
>>1178542 > That was pretty sick
why? I did that along the coast (Capurganá, Sapzurro, La Miel, etc), it's a very safe/normal trek. Of course that was before all of this Cubans/Haitians/etc migrant thing.
Yeah I did that same trek. I meant sick as in it was awesome. Beautiful place, loads of birds, not a lot of other tourists. I didn't mean it was sick as in dangerous or whatever.
Dedicados al placer en la ciudad de Lima, si vijas a Peru y quieres buscar compañia de calidad te recomendamos
, si tu visita la realizas al Cusco tambien puedes encontrar las mejores damas de compañia en
Does anyone else hate these two as much as I do?
>thinking your better than others because you live in Japan
>begging for money to travel
>contributing jack shit to society
>trying to stay children into your thirties
seriously can't fucking stand people like this
No because I don't follow bloggers or jewtubers and neither should you
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You are supposed to watch their videos and hate them too, because hate sells these days so every other thread has to encourage to hate someone thus giving them views.
don't be a shill, if you actually hate them don't give them the view for the jew
Westerns in Japan are fucking awful, in most of Asia, in fact. At least a lot of them actually work in places like Singapore and Hong Kong. Gaijins are content just to do fuck all for their time there, it seems
I came back from Taiwan. It is really cool place. I spent in Taipei one week and in the next time I want come back to Taiwan in language school, because I want to learn Chinese. So, I had not problems with tickets because I ordered it on
I recommend you to visit Taiwan because it is beautiful country with friendly people and tasty food.
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This whole process is overly complicated. Can any of you Anons help?
>living in the UK with a PO Box and not an actual address
>unsure of what exactly I need to get a Russian visa, there's too much conflicting info
From what I gather, I need
-Travel insurance (can I get this from USAA, or do they want me to use some Russian provider?)
-Letter of Invitation (have it, with booking info)
I then call the embassy, bring this to them, and they approve it, all me up, and I get a sticker in my passport. Is this right?
Ooohhhhhhh goddddddd, the girls in those flight attendant uniforms are all so cute.....
Do miss it alot! Good thing i will be going back in 2 months
>>1278213 >if the KGB (FSB) is watching you, let them watch
The target has spent the last 4 days in his hostel dorm browsing a cartoon imageboard. He has only left the room to buy snacks and cans of mountain dew from the vending machine. We will take him in for questioning ASAP...
So another stupid question
>paperwork says get visa authorized in 10 days >I'm only there for 4 Should I just take a taxi to the post office or not bother?
Russian women are the best
until they are 30
What has been your worst/best experience with an airport or airline?
Which airlines would you recommend or avoid like the plague?
>>1270331 >Air Canada
Knew it was bad at that point
Fuck you for flying while being a 300 pounds hamplanet. Planes are not made for you and never will be.
Wrong I booked many flights with VIVA Colombia just fine
I never had any really bad experience like the ones described itt. I guests the worst was coming back from the toilet on an intercontinental flight and finding that the food cart had broken my headphones, so I had to watch movies without sound and most of them had no English, Spanish or Italian subtitle option, on a US Airlines flight to Italy....
Sup /trv/? Staying in Barcelona right now in the gothic quarter, hitting up la rambla and shit later today. Any tips on not getting pick pocketed or some shit? Heard it's a real problem around here.
Pic is from when I arrived yesterday.
Was actually quite worried about that, but I got tested for it when I came back from Barcelona, personally I think that 20€ that I spent for it was quite worth it since the test was negative. Also I was quite drunk that evening.
Were you alone or with buddies?
Did she suck you off in an alley?
just pay attention OP, it's not more dangerous than Rome or Paris, you just have to be careful with your things at the metro above all other locations.
I've been to barcelona a few times and I've never had any problems, but probably being spanish makes me less of a target for them
Random alley that I had no idea where it lead, was with friends but they were nowhere near me when she walked up to me and grabbed my arm and offered her ''services''... Told my friends that I got delayed in a Spar (wasn't the best lie since all were closed)...
Another of the places that are little spoken and you can spend much better while having a moment of relaxation without disturbing anyone, are specialized massage centers as
for a enjoyment and spectacular enjoyment with girls of scandal And discreet. An opportunity for this type of leisure that is truly worthwhile and will be made as an unforgettable experience.