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I'll be staying at Germany for one month in May. It's my first time in Europe (I'm form Mexico) and don't know what to expect. What places can you guys recommend?
but also in tech and anything involving developer/programming events.
what's a good website to book an apartment cheap in berlin for two months? a friend is going there for uni.
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there are a lot of Somalian pirates and warlords walking around there. please be careful.
Meh, I actually shared a room in Berlin hostel with one guy from Yemen. We had some beers and he even shared his weed, he didn't even steal anything. Most of them are not as crazy as /pol/ makes them look like.
What does /trv/ wear at the beach?
t. morbidly obese german
I hang at the beach with my wang out
Chainmail suit for resistance training. Also wards off thots
Which country is currently the best to go full expat in and why?
I’m looking at a monthly income of 3-4k usd a month.
I live in Spain I can second this but it's not the only option
It does have all of that. And don't believe the prostitute meme. It is easily avoidable, even in prostitute capital Pattaya
If you speak Spanish I'd focus on Latin America; Asia might be cheaper but with the money you're bringing in it doesn't matter.
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With your pension, and Spanish abilities, Panama should top your list.
I am currently active duty, but have about 3 years left, so the places I am suggesting you come from my own experience/research.
For my circumstances, Thailand tops my list for retirement, but Panama tops it for the Americas.
minimum wage in Spain is around 400/450 US dollar per month (converted) .. so your income is literally 10 times that much..
Me and my partner are thinking of planning a trip to either Mexico or Hawai’i to see some sea turtles, maybe a volcano/pyramids,ect
What are some great areas in these countries? What should we see and pass on?
Bonus points for any infirmation on tourism in Vietnam if the beach idea falls through
Visit Oaxaca. Cheap and safe in Mexico. Monte Alban and Mitla ruins
If you go to Chichen Itza, don't buy any of the jewelry from the spics shoving it in your face everywhere. It's not really silver.
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Any anons done this? Is it really fun with hot girls and a shit ton of alcohol?
Thinking about going to this, but I heard it has been coopted by billionaires. Any alternatives?
>>1377672 >not wanting to watch your girlfriend get fucked by a billionaire
What are you, retarded?
Your generation is fine. Stop overreacting to things you stumble across online.
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First let me say, this is NOT a joke, I've been thinking about this for years
Now, my credit debt is hitting the sky, I have no friends here and the only girl who loved me is gone
So I'm gonna fake my own death and start a new life
My only question is: Where?
What's a good place that someone can just show up and settle down in?
Was thinking somewhere in Asia, somewhere cheap
I'll save up enough for a plane ticket and a few months of living
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>>1375820 >my credit debt is hitting the sky
I assume this is the main reason for you wanting to get a new identity. I'll also assume you are poor (cannot buy second citizenship).
>all family and friends ghosted, forever >relatively high chance to get detained on your outbound flight (your passport will get flagged sooner or later if its fake) >cannot fly anymore, land crossings also a major hassle >constant paranoia, especially if its time for visa renewal >you WILL get identified by algorithms via your computer activity habits
It would be pretty much the same as becoming stateless.
Do not think about this as fresh start. No one can run from themselves. Go research your local bankrupcy law and decide from there. Switching to cash and cryptocurrency to dodge debtors is way easier than trying to get new identity.
Dont be so melodramatic just leave the country, take all your money out of american banks and just not pay off your debts, its easy as that. In your case there is absolutely no reason to get a fake id etc, its just a pain in the ass and will give you even more stress. Also all the advice in the world wont help if you continue to whine like a petulant child
File a Chapter 7 you mong. Your debts are discharged and you can "start anew" legally.
Outside of drama, what purpose is there to getting a new identity and faking your death? Just leave the country you fucking mong.
Thinking about traveling (possibly moving) to Oregon. Have spent some time reading about it and it seems that everyone there: hates outsiders, is homeless, uneducated, pays too much for housing, girls are manlier than the men, and just everyone has a general disdain for everyone and everything. Again, most of the stuff I read pertained almost exclusively to the Portland area, so any Oregonians want to weigh in on this?
What's the weather like west of the cascades? Also, how's the job market out in Salem?
Don't go to Eugene/Springfield, it used to be a somewhat nice part of Oregon but these days it's having an identity crisis between it's old hippy past and its new yuppy culture. The main issue with moving there however is that there are no jobs and the economy is sunk.
Try Salem or even Corvallis. Salem is probably the closest thing to an up and coming town in the Willamette valley. Corvallis is more of the conservative version of Eugene. Better opportunities to find a job though.
Weather is wet and rainy winters with short but fantastic summers and a few weeks of nice weather mixed in though out the rest of the year.
What work is there to be found in Corvallis? I know more rural areas warrant more of a blue-collar trade as opposed to being a businessman/entrepreneur.
Also, what about the cost of living out there?
Idk why this guy is saying Corvallis. All thatss really there is the Oregon State University, and a medium sized hospital. The town itself is nice but it's pretty much just a university town.
I mean it depends on what field you are looking in, but unless you are really qualified you can probably expect most of in to be blue collar grunt work. Also when I job situation is better than Eugene that's really not saying all that much. Expect to do the legwork.
>Also, what about the cost of living out there?
In most parts of the valley not counting Portland you can expect prices to be about the same. $600-$1000 rent for a 1 bedroom apt. not including utilities. Food will run you somewhere between $200-$400 a month.
I was suggesting it as a more conservative version of Eugene. Besides, if you want to go by that logic then all that really in Salem is a Mental hospital, a community college and the state capitol building.
Thoughts on Generator Hostel?
Went to one in berlin (mitte). First impression was nice but I found it way too big and hotel-like to be atmospheric. For the price of a hostel though the place felt very modern and luxurious. Rooms and facilities were really nice too.
I had an awesome stay, but I probably wouldn't stay again. I prefer smaller hostels with more of a backpacker vibe.
Stayed at Generator London back in 2004. Played strip poker with some Aussies chicks and ended up getting a blowjob in the toilet. Great time.
Stayed in Dublin for a night. It was better than the usual hostels I've stayed in the city.
Great if you're stoping through a city for a night and need a bed. If you're staying in a city to actually explore and enjoy it I wouldn't choose it. For me it's a little dull and harder to meet people because of it being so big.
It's like Starbucks. Not fantastic but not terrible, most importantly it's consistent.
Seems scary and lonely.
I am a very high paced traveler,i go around alot of landmarks and usually go off the beaten path to see around the area.
I've traveled with my family last month to Ao Nang it was brought down because my dad being too friendly(as in easily exploitable4),my mom being naive and temperamental ,my sis wanting to stay in the resort all day and my bro being clueless
it's generally with friends but still you'd have too much hassle on agreeing with everyone
I went to Copenhagen for 3 days, it was nice being solo, I visited what I wanted, ate when and what I wanted, connected a lot with people (beer helped). I also felt more confident and it forces you to talk to strangers.
And you can picture yourself as a solo adventurer.
I found travelling alone = good also dependent on the place. During my trip in Japan it was very good, but during my trip in Europe (close to home) it was shite and boring.
Most of my friends are in graduate, professional, and medical programs. They don't have the time and ability to take off to Mexico or India on a moment's notice. I love traveling and will happily go alone whenever the opportunity presents. Having said that, I do like being able to meet old friends and acquaintances on extended trips. If I'm over the road for three or four or five or six months, I find the transience of travel relationships becomes rather tiring. Meet someone new, get to know them, connect, and then either you're gone or they are within a matter of days or weeks. The last trip I took lasted from May 2017 until mid-January 2018. Started off in Ecuador and Mexico by myself, went to visit a Peace Corps friend in Tanzania in July and August, and then returned to India for an eighth time in September. I felt like that sort of schedule fit my ideal -- I got to explore alone and return to the stability of long-term connection less than midway through. And in India, I got to hang out with folks I've known for years while exploring different states and regions by myself. It was really nice, because I neither felt isolated in my traveler's bubble nor constrained by a long-term travel partner's desires.
I prefer actually "traveling" alone. Moving from point to point. Once I am at a destination I have found companionship easy to come buy. Awesome I am talking to people from that location (male, amd female, this isn't a sex thing) before I arrive, and someone is waiting for me at the airport
Anyone done hiking in the Low Tatras ?
Planning on this route, hiking to Chabenec