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I'm a lifelong New Yorker who hates my city with a blazing passion. Ask away
Honestly i liked the pizza in prague better than the pizza back home
t. New yorker thats never understood the hype
Well New York just has a certain style pizza. Honestly the best pizza I've had in the city were napolitan style. Most ny style places are run by either Mexicans or albanias who have literally no idea what their doing.
not bullshit at all. check out Wythe Ave on a weekend night.
What's with this talk of transplants from Ohio and Kansas? Most of the transplants I've talked to are from the East Coast (and other countries, of course)
I doubt pizza in NYC tasted any different when it was still made by Italians.
That makes sense. Lounges that have good, loud music and a diverse crowd often get too popular for their own good.
There are 2 pizzerias in my neighborhood. One is run by Albanians the other Mexicans. It's the shittiest 2 pizzas I've ever had in my life
I'm American and im interested in visiting the salt lake stadium in Kolkata and the city itself. A few things in wondering: which team would you recommend I watch? Do they like Americans? How is Kolkata as a city? And how are the girls?
Been there many times on business.
If you love the smell of sewage, love getting sick from the food, love having people constantly grabbing you attempting to get money from you, and love smelling people who haven't bathed in more than a year....then it's the place for you. It's a complete and utter shithole. I wouldn't have kept going back there if my company didn't pay me so much. Every now and then, it was good to smell a dead body. It was a welcome relief from constantly smelling the shit and piss of several thousand people in the middle of the street.
Well, not what I was hoping to hear, but thanks for your input anyway. Has me rethinking this trip, actually
Don't come here. You'll be disappointed.
Yeah, not him, but really didn't know what you were expecting, just because traveling to 3rd world shitholes is a trend, doesn't mean every shithole is an interesting place to go, or just go into Bhutan, that place is fucking gorgeous with great english speakers, and it is right above bangladesh, Bhutan is next on my list, but amerifag so I don't want to deal with the flight, it you are already set on going to India, just go to Bhutan, you won't regret it
I just look at some pics of Bhutan, and looks like I'll be adding that to my travel list
As for Kolkata, I did except a shithole, but I had always assumed it was one of the nicer parts of India. Now I know better
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.. i would like to know what i should think about .. what can improve or how i can get people visiting it ..
1. the picture takes way too long to road
2. actually have some content there not just a contact form and some tiles to articles
3. the "About Who are we Locations" is unclickable
4. Improve your English if you actually want to write in it
Honestly I'd just get a template from squarespace or something instead of trying to set it up yourself
>>1279407 >Improve design
Create your website with squarespace or wordpress.
Format is very 90s.
Shill on social media (facebook and insta) and have a hook, a niche,something oddly specific that would increase interest.
Thank you for feedback !! i will look into it
Anyone here been to Kaunas? What did you think about it?
I'm thinking of going with a group of friends for an extended weekend due to cheap flight tickets.
Is it worth it?
Made a trip from Warsaw-Brest-Minsk-Vilius-Kaunas-Kaliningrad-Gdansk
Kaunas is rather small, but has some nice sites to offer. When I was there they started to rebuilt their central avenue, it is like a boulvard with a lot of parks and attractions. Must be lovely right now since it is finished and its sumemr time. Night life is - depending on your companions - chill. Couple of beers, live bands, youngters speak englsh
dont bother, nothing special to see here for a tourist.
t. live in Kaunas
>go on holiday and stay with family
>have to deal with their kids constantly hitting you and asking to play
That's how Amanda Knox got in trouble
>>1277192 >have to deal with their kids constantly hitting you and asking to play
OP maybe if you don't stay near them they won't bother you?
>>1277192 >stay with random family >little kids keep bothering me when I bring home women
Probably shouldn't hit women
Have you tried raping them?
Sup /trv/, pic unrelated.
What's that drug tourism hotspot in Southeast Asia that has the "happy pizza" and river tubing and stuff? Vang Vieng or Siem Reap or something like that? Is it still active, or have the authorities cracked down on it? About five or so years ago I remember seeing a lot of posts about it here, including photos of restaurant menus for "happy pizza" with shrooms all over it.
cambodia and laos both have this, especially in areas of high budget/young tourists.
Vang Vieng would definitely have it available, Siem Reap as well. Even if its not specifically advertised, you can always ask for it and see if they have it. Drugs were readily available in all other parts of cambodia, especially in sihanoukville. People in cambodia will actively come up to you and try to sell you drugs of all kinds, regardless if you look like someone who would want them or not. Be aware that in cambodia and lao, there are harsh laws against drug possession and use, and although for the most part 'everyone' does it, a cop can still completely fuck you for it and put you in jail, especially if you dont have a large bribe. Ultimately, whats the point of going overseas just to do drugs. The drugs you want are readily available worldwide, so you may as well do them somewhere safe with people you can trust. Furthermore, the quality of the drugs can be extremely low, or the drugs provided not be those which you asked for or be laced.
>>1279468 >The drugs you want are readily available worldwide, so you may as well do them somewhere safe with people you can trust.
Well, that's kind of the thing, where I am currently it's a death penalty offense to deal drugs, not to mention that (as a foreign resident) even if they didn't kill me, which is admittedly unlikely (but possible) for possession, they would definitely deport me permanently after a long jail term. So I'm trying to go "somewhere safe". Doing it somewhere else, they might or might not care, but they wouldn't be able to know. A bribe beats getting my head blown off or even getting thrown out of the country.
Which one is most likely to be safe, unadulterated, and openly available?
Going to visit Oslo in few weeks.
Got any hints on some places to visit? Maybe good restaurants or some cultural places?
I've heard great things about the Norway in a nutshell tour, you should check it out
I'm going to Bergen in a few weeks. Any recommendations there?
Edvard Grieg's house. Also, eat a whale steak at the fish market, it will cost you about 80 eur.
I'm bored and i have a lot of free time (possibly for the last time in my life), so i'm slowly generating increasingly stupid ideas. My current idea is to ride on bicycle something over 1000km from near sea side of Poland to Hungary, and then back.
How close to masochism do you think this idea is, considering that my greatest biking achivement so far was riding ~20km per day to college and back? Will i suffer from bad weather? Or from any possible effects of biking all day (except obvious, exhaustion)? My current physical abilities are probably hitting the rock bottom right now, but i hope i'll get better with every day of biking. If i'll need time to rest, i'll just stop for a day somewhere, fortunately i don't have to keep tight schedule.
Also, i intend to spend most of my nights in a tent, with couple of exceptional hostel stays for proper shower and good bed. Do you think this kind of savant poorfag travel is a bad idea? I'd stay somewhere near ponds if possible, wash myself after day of cycling in those ponds with soap. Is it absolutely necessary to have those pro biking clothes, or do i have a chance to keep my skin on my legs even in a pair of shorts?
Not to mention that my bike is far from good. I actually have a petrol engine slapped on it right now, and the bike wasn't really lightweight to begin with, so i'm sure it weights over 20kg (10kg engine + 10kg bike). With bags, tent, food, clothes, hanfdul of tools and other necessities it will probably weight stupidly much.
I don't want to remove engine though, i love idea of connecting it back and still making kilometers while resting, and people who see it always react somehow to it which kinda makes me happy. That being said, most of travelling would be done on pedals, with engine being more of an emergency booster/exhaustion reliever.
tl;dr i want to bike a lot and i don't bike much, my bike is also heavy, will i die or hate myself for doing it?
i don't have one of those pro 50 gram carbon fiber seats, just a normal relatively wide one, fully covered in soft gel.
i must admit, you made me lose a little bit of my enthusiasm
>>1279023 >My father did the Germany to Nordkapp route, by bicycle, back in the 80s
lol no kidding. in June I was waitng on my Bus in Narvik and met this guy with a bike, and a small bike trailer and two flags on it (DE & CH). Since I speak the language I talked to him and he said he is doing the route from Cologne to the Nordkap. Was impressed until he started folding his bike and stuffing it on the same bus I was taking. Was a 8h ride in direction to Tromso. We spoke no word during the whole ride.
Like the other guy said, set up late, get out early, and no one really cares. I think I've done about 200-250 nights of wild camping around the world, and got caught once in the morning. That was in a fenced area in rural Portugal, and a ranger of some sort just wanted to know how I got in, because gates were supposed the closed (they weren't). Guy didn't really care that much more as long I wasn't throwing trash around or destroying the plants.
For example, I've heard that on a lot of beaches in Spain (not the tourist ones) it's ok to camp with no problems. In Zagreb the cops showed my friends on a map where they can go and camp.
I have green tent so it blends well with forests, and of course hide the bike in a way that reflectors are covered. Fridays/Saturdays/Holidays I'm more free with the place where I camp, as the cops definitely have better things to do than to come visit my ass. Especially near big cities.
The laws are there so cops can break up bigger camps who decide to stay for days in a spot, leaving their trash behind and so on. In Scandinavia it's of course legal to camp almost everywhere.
okay, i'm increasingly afraid
this is my seat. will i keep my dicking capability with it? could one even start having problems about a week or two of riding, or is it more of a problem that concerns pro 100km per day bikers only?
its not necessarily the size of the seat alone thats the problem, its just the overall ergonomics and the beating that your body takes from having the bumps go straight up through your asshole.
furthermore unless your bike ergonomics are dialed in, you'll probably experience bad neck, back and shoulder pain too.
just browse info from academic sources or studies and see what they recommend.
Otherwise, you could go down the noseless bike saddle route, or look like a fag whilst you ride a recumbent bike.
Gypsies in Oslo? kek
to be fair guys Phoenix does have some pretty comfy areas and lots of beautiful nature. I can't help you on the heat, but the rest of the year it can be a nice place... particularly the cleaner, wealthier areas that also have history
That's mostly lowlands and neds. If you go on the west coast, Highlands and Islands it's a bit more genuine and it's not as anglicised.
I didn't hate it, more so just didnt like it near as much as the other cities ive been in.
Honestly, im being unfair to the city, it took ten hours on a trains to get there and the hostel i was at was a good bit from the city centre so those two things kinda put me in a bad mood. Maybe if i spent longer there and in closer to the city i probably would have liked it more
Best: San Francisco, Prague
Worst: Birmingham, Paris
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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