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Best shoes for walk for sightseeing. I was thinking in buy some Air Max 97 but I want to read some recommendations.
How are ultraboosts for travelling, long walks and hikes and such?
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Modify it so that people cant pickpocket you or they get a nasty surprise for their long fingers.
good pair of running shows will do and they're light weight. I go for asics gel kayano.
excellent. may want to go with the all terrain or the ultra boost tr mids if you plan on doing some intense hiking
Do we Have any Richards out there on /Trv/
any crazy life changing stories
Spreading bullshit about the location of future beaches in a thread about The Beach is meta-kino
You're the same as them
There are no beaches in Nagaland
where can i watch this film with no account
Wow this movie blows fat cock.
Alright /trv/ I'm starting a long term plan to travel the world. First gotta save, of course.
I have three questions
1. Where do you recommend I go?
2. Will I live with this description of me?
3. How much does it cost?
(What's in red is what I am too fearful to go to right away at least (never been out of the continental US, never seen any of the coasts, only been to the ocean once))
for the second question, I'm white, 5'7", have a pretty boy face. so I feel like i'm more likely to be assaulted then other men but idk.
This is a trip I'm planning for a year of world travel. If I can get some volunteer work out of the way during it that would be a mega plus. I know you can go on however much money you want but I want to be able to get out of a crappy situation. I was aiming at like $16000
Did you ever get mugged? What did you do to counter it? Just be more aware? Grow a beard maybe?
also not that it matters but this is op and i'm not gay lol i was very well trolled. you dastardly 4channers!
>>1491612 >scared of morocco
>>1491612 >1. Where do you recommend I go?
Go for the grand tour: Singapore->Malaysia->Thailand->Cambodia->Vietnam->China->Russia->Belarus->Poland->Poland->Germany->France->UK. Preferably taking a train whenever available. Or do the reverse trip if you want to start in a country familiar to the US.
>2. Will I live with this description of me?
Most of Asia & Europe will be fine. Russia will be ok too so long as you're not an annoying faggot about your sexuality.
>3. How much does it cost?
$16000 USD will probably be enough
There are many places that you can plan to visit, but also you need to make sure about the security and protection about your luggage also.While booking always make sure taht there are hotel safes (
) in you hotel to keep your valuable secure.Electronic safes are really important so you can keep your laptops etc in there as the thefts are increasing.
When will American be rangebanned from /trv/?
>hi guise I'm white and scared of muzzies and the country of africa, where do you recommend I go on holiday? xDDDDD Go to Florida you retard.
Can we have a serious discussion about Afghanistan?
Has anyone here been there? What's it like? Is it as bad as >governments want us to believe? I was thinking about that Benis, Iran to Bagina, India meme journey and it got me thinking about how cool that trip would actually be. I'm a UK citizen but also half Indian so my skin colour allows me to get away with being from anywhere around the Mediterranean, Middle East or Central Asia regions so I wouldn't stick out like a sore thumb.
According to the British Foreign Office travel advice on Afghanistan (which is a meme, but also a good way of comparing places), most of it is given a red classification but there's a fairly sizeable strip through the centre with a yellow classification. What are /trv/'s experiences in Afghanistan, anything to keep in mind or general advice for going there?
god damn this was cringy. I don't give a shit about any of that, it's good money, I'll never have to go to war and I'll learn cool stuff. Also I can turn up literally whenever I want.
My grandma did that too back in the 70s before the Iranian revolution since my grandad worked there and she'd just explore the middle east/central asia. I guess it was easy and safe to do so back then, but the boomers had to go and fuck everything up
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Lmao, butthurt lad?
After being there for a year, one tends to learn some about infrastructure that we used every single day. The language which we heard every single day, and culture which we saw every single day.
Tell us something useful then rather than the
>heehee I served in the military
What valuable information can you provide regarding the language, culture, customs and infrastructure?
Well then you're not much of a conservative if you don't give a shit lol.
Also, what makes you so sure you'll never go to war?
>>1495743 >Also, what makes you so sure you'll never go to war?
Joining the reserves and I'm a student and will be for the next 7 years. Students can say no to deployment. And in the reserves there's no legal obligation to turn up a minimum number of days a year, it's just that if you want to receive your "tax free bounty" you have to attend 27 days of training a year. Don't know where you're from, but it's completely different and a lot more relaxed than the US reserves.
>Well then you're not much of a conservative if you don't give a shit lol
This makes no sense
Also buddy, you may want to stop the r*ddit spacing because you stick out like a sore thumb c:
Hi, I am going to Dubai soon,
Wanted to ask, what are places or things that are must do?
Is it better to exchange currecny there or here in the UK?
>>1495942 >Wanted to ask, what are places or things that are must do?
Approach any cop and give him a 100 USD and ask him to drive you to "sand town" for some chicks. He will know what this means most the time, usually they dunno and play coy but just say where the free booze and women flow like rivers. That means you got the right place. They will pop you in and drive you around, drop you off at a cool place.
>Is it better to exchange currecny there or here in the UK?
There, also the more porn and booze you can bring in the better, that shit is worth more than gold there. Just give the ole wink eye that you're white to the guards
Y'all thing Moseby ever threw these niggas in the brig? Cruise ships all have a brig, by the way, and if you don't believe me you can wiki it.
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>>1495861 >We come on the sloop john b >My grandfather and me
Zach definitely got the brig at least once.
I'm in my ship's crew bar as we speak and I assure you not every ship has a brig. Most ships however, do have some sort of morgue. The common joke is that Holland America's is the biggest.
If the ship doesn't have a brig and they need to restrain somebody until they reach the next port, they'll just keep a security guard in front of your door.
Your cabin becomes your prison cell. not the best if you don't have a window/balcony.
Hey anons! Let’s get a thread going of your best stories of your worst/best moments abroad!
Let’s hear about:
>the time anon fell in love
>the time something unexpected happened
>the time you got piss drunk/high and did something crazy
>the time you got fuckin lost
>the time you experienced foreign luxury or ghettos
Let’s make a fucking novel!
No problem bruddah, just what I do
I was on a train in Paris about this time last year, me and my friend were on our way to meet some people down at the Moulin Rouge. I was eating a cup of noodles with a fork I'd liberated from the hostel. When this lovely gent stands up to leave the train, sort of half bows with his head down and hands together and ever so gently takes my noodles from me. Says 'merci' a couple of times and departs the train.
I wasn't even mad, it was beautiful. The way he took them was just great, one of my favourite parts of the trip. I don't know why, it just felt awesome.
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Smoking weed in Amsterdam and saw this kitteh
“Can I haz weed?”
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I spent 2 weeks here in September. I fell in love. I've been depressed ever since I got back home. How does one move here?
No, but I had Bubba Burger. Fucking amazing.
Easily as long as you can legally live and work in the USA. Save up enough money to live without a job for a few months. Fly over there. Find a temp place to stay. Find a job.
the plateau from Up is based on Mt Roraima in south america
nah but i'm pretty sure the saturation of that pic is UP'd by about 100000%
Hi, I'm going to Hawaii for next June, to visit Ohau, Maui and Big Island (5 days each).
So I wanted to have some information, mainly about housing and its prices.
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Somewhat related and didn't feel like clogging the catalog with a similar thread: Is cost of living in Hawaii really as bad as it's said to be? Can a white wageslave with no real skills make it there working at some piss-easy place like pic related?
I've always lived here, so it's hard to really say if the cost of living is high because I don't have much to compare it to.
I'm 25, I live with my parents. I pay about $42 to fill up my car with gas twice a week.
My brother and his 3 kids live in a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath apartment paying $1800 a month.
Lunch costs about $12? Fast food is like $8-$9.
I don't know does any of that help.
All my friends who work minimum wage jobs and don't live with their parents share a small home with 2-4 other people.
For food is maybe like japan. Meat and import expensive, but fish and fruit are affordable ?
Sounds like the rest of America honestly. Right now I live in a """low""" cost of living shithole and hate it, but I live about the same way as you describe.
Share a 3 bed/2 bath condo with two friends for like a grand a month total, my occasional treat meals are like $10 at a chain restaurant. I spend way less on gas though.
I used to think Hawaii was super expensive because I lived in the East Coast and Japan. Then I lived in LA for a while. Compared to LA, Hawaii is normal.
Hello all. I had a couple of questions myself, but didn't want a whole thread dedicated to it, so feel free to post your Canadian inquiries here.
I'm going to Ottawa and Montreal next veteran's day weekend. I've been to both back in August and enjoyed them both, however, we only spent half a day in Montreal and pretty much just saw Old Montreal from walking around. Is there anything recommended to do in downtown or other parts? Any good food places to check out? (my friend is obsessed with macaroons). Would appreciate any input.
Eastern Canada is a millions time more enjoyable than Ontario or that western filth.
unironically based and redpilled
bump for interest
What's Cape Breton culture? Getting loaded at the Steel City on a Wednesday night, listening to Karaoke Phil sing Eagles songs, and then heading to the greasy Capri-sy, for some stale club tunes and stale beer aromas, topped off with a delicious fucking deluxe poutine from Mountain Fries?