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If you ran a hostel what would you do to make it good? For me
>allow outside alcohol but still sell alcohol at the hostel
>low capacity less than 45 people
>at most 6 beds per room
>no one over 45
>no groups larger then 4 booking together
>no extra charge for towels sheets
you been to the cum pits?
Not good enough I dont want to hear my heart beat
Nah senpai, I have those. You obviously haven't heard how loud chain smoking Asians or obese Americans can snore.
Wax earplugs are my faves
and an asian kid who has never had alcohol before
If i wanted to start from zero and move to another country what things (clothing, gadgets, electronics, survival equipment) should i buy?
Let's suppose I can become homeless there if I'm too stupid, and everything would be too expensive, that i have no possessions, and that i can buy anything here no matter how expensive as long as i can pack it in a suitcase/backpack, ideally it should be things that are going to last, planning that i might live there for a few years.
>>2471414 >return ticket.
Fuck i misread, but still.
Cart way before the horse anon.
>1. I plan to apply and be accepted, then go there
Before even considering anything else focus on actually getting accepted. You sound like a weeb who's ready to go be big in Japan, has it all planned out to get a qt 3.14 waifu, but doesn't understand the work it takes to get there. You are thinking day dream levels of shit here, at LEAST apply to the college first lmao.
Thanks for your input
why the fuck would you move from a shithole to Singapore of all places?
you'd honestly be worse off there. they get paid shit and everything's so fucking expensive there
>thinking you can just move to another country to be homeless >thinking you can just casually be homeless in Singapore
lol ok bro
Was actually about to ask about this. Some things I thought of
>Charger cables + extras for all your electronics >Travel sized containers for major things so you dont have to fuss >Charger pack Spicy ones >Portable coffee maker (Aero-press go) + filters >
Is it worth using in 2023? Planning a 2-month trip in Europe beginning mid-June. People on Reddit say that you're better off buying train tickets as you go. Anyone have experience and care to share?
Yeah, but it kind of eliminates one of the main advantages of a rail pass, being able to go wherever you want whenever you want.
I had a 2 month pass a long time ago. I was about 19 and it was my first time out of the US. Everything was so new to me back then. It was a great advantage not to worry about buying tickets. There were a few times I caught an overnight train to wherever just to save money on a hostel. It didn't matter where. If you follow the standard summertimes circuit you'll see some of the same people again on the train. I should have skipped southern Italy, just too many local cranks on the train. Just something about going too far south... Absolutely do it, imo.
Don't listen to the haters.
Imagine this: >Meet qt3.14 in Valencia >Have flight booked to Paris >She wants to go to Madrid >byebye Nothing makes a pussy hotter than having a travel buddy to keep her safe and "be spontaneous" for her. The ability to merge travel plans and do whatever is huge. One of the best nights of my life was shacking up in a night train with a fresh clunge from the hostel, before saying goodbye to her and going about my way. Don't be an itinerary cunt with spreadsheets and travel apps. Just turn up, rock up, and hook up. As for reservations, you guys are just doing it wrong.
Well in any cases you're not gonna take the TGV every day... And if you do then without the pass it's going to cost you the price of a car so your point is not really valid because being able to take the tgv on a moment notice on a regular basis is not an argument against the pass, you won't be able to do it without it anyway.
>>2471072 >the standard summertimes circuit
what's that look like?
Just came back from a Balkans trip. serbia is by far is the biggest shithole I've ever visited
>shit-tier food (essentially Turkish but much lower quality)
>women are ugly and hairy like dogs
>zero culture (just another Ottoman leftover state)
>extremely nationalistic (literally nothing to be proud of historically)
>Poor and cheap. Still somehow seems overpriced for what it offers
Just skip it and go to a real country like Kosovo.
>pic very related, typical male from serbia
All countries mentioned are part of Greater Serbia incl Austria
>>2471052 >Be Serbia >Donate half of Balkans to Muslims >Decide coastline is not important >Can't win war on own soil >Unable to protect Serbs outside it's pathetic small borders >Act as bitch boy to a shit-tier corrupt mafia state
Hey I'm going to Belgrade in a few hours. Does anyone know where to find 35mm film stock? Thx
Google maps wouldn't help so I thought I'd try here
Bosnian opinion. Disregarded
>>2470173 >women are ugly and hairy
They're a bit swarth, and there were definitely some ogres, but many were not ugly quite the contrary, especially in Belgrade, Niš, etc.
Thought a lot of them looked like Bulgarian girls the most and those range widely themselves, but I saw no 9s, but some 8s and 7s who look like they go to a gym and exercise. Something every woman should do to look better.
>Serbia is by far is the biggest shithole I've ever visited
I don't disagree, but it would look so much better if it weren't the dirty shell of a Sovietization, sordid and leftover reactionary rubbish that should be overhauled and left in the past. This place needs a damn good scrubbing and dressing.
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread
>also known as /sqt/ (Stupid Questions Thread)
What do you guys do for food/restaurants when your going to a country that doesn't speak your language? I went to japan a couple of years ago with friends and we bumbled through it and I felt really bad for the waiters and I don't want to do that again. ( I going to be traveling myself for the first time to Korea so I want a good plan for food thanks)
Point to what you want on the menu.
If you want something excluded or included, be sure to look up the word or have a picture handy.
Most people speak English, they're just shy. As long as you speak slowly, smile a lot, and repeat yourself a few times, they'll eventually get it.
If that fails, use gestures - try and act out the dish you want.
Pilgrim trails... are they worth it?
What do you bring?
what site/apps (aside from WeChat/SwingThat/Telegram) to find whores in Malaysia?
Which one and why?
It seems like Uruguay is where you go if you want calmness and Argentina is where you go if you want fun and better prices. I'd go to Uruguay if I were raising a family or if I were 40+. Argentina if I'm in my 20's or 30's.
How big is the difference in quality of life between the two countries?
This is exactly it.
If you want the busy big city life with more girls, Argentina's your spot. If you want a chill laid back time or you're older and want to retire, Uruguay you can't go wrong with.
Uruguay of course. Come here if you are white though.
Uruguay is twice the price and actually shittier, spend a few days in Montevideo if you don't believe me. Argentina is the clear winner if you have dollar income.
This is actually a fun city
Haha.. you were here for 300 years. We were barely there for 30 years, imagine what we could do in 50.
Why would a white girl sink so low ? White gulit ?
You got it, this is exactly right. They used this new Human Rights Code as the basis to remove racial restrictions on immigration, which opened the doors to anyone and everyone, and eventually multiculturalism.
It's honestly astounding how much change was implemented across the entire western world in only a few decades after the war, literally setting all the groundwork to change the very people, and founding myth. From a belief that they were discovering and building a future for themselves and their descendants, to one where white people are evil and their entire history is evil. That level of coordination doesn't happen accidentally, and it's embarrassing how many people just swallow it whole and advocate against their own ethnic interest. I get that the entire system is designed to force it down, but even boomers or gen x and their parents and grandparents should have known better, and yet it's still largely them propagating it.
You’ll be fine in port credit. It’s a really nice place to walk through during the day. Good for strolling around. Lineups for all the popular spots in PC get long starting at around 10:00 PM local time. Nomads, Fifty Five, and Port House is where you’ll meet da slagz and young crowds. There’s a place called Canvas that I would be careful at. Hip young crowd so lots of hoes, but also frequented by scumbags and weirdos. I went there once with friends and would never go back, not even for a piece of ass.
If you want a more scenic day, check out the Bronte marina. More rich area of Oakville but very nice water front to stroll along. Good place for ice cream there called the flavour fox
Toronto is so bland. Only good thing about is the islands. Considering what the rest of Canada looks like no wonder Vancouver is considered a bougie utopia.
I have an itinerary that goes in this rough way:
> train to Buch SG and visit Liechtenstein, continue to Salzburg
> (Halstatt, Neuschwanstein castle are in the area for day trips)
What do you recommend to see or do, especially in the Lucerne area and Salzburg? nature, social, architecture, whatever could work for somewhat educated men in their 20s
In Munich, what sites could I visit that are associated with the Beer Hall Putsch and other signs of early Nazism
>>2470558 >> train to Buch SG and visit Liechtenstein, continue to Salzburg
There's nothing in Liechtenstein, you can just save your time and skip it. If you want to add something in Switzerland, just stop by the Zürichsee or Walensee, breathe some fresh air and continue, rather than try and wander for hours in FL trying to find where the attractions are (there are none).
Eh, Liechtenstein is worth an hour or two if you're passing through anyway, even if just for map autism sake.
I did a road trip in Austria in 2021, didn't go any further west than Innsbruck but I did a few hours in Salzburg. It was a little boring, I much enjoyed just driving around through the alps, hiking to alms for some good fresh food, etc. Tyrol is about as peaceful as you can get
>>2471199 >does Switzerland just mog Austria in every single way?
Austrian cuisine is better than Swiss cuisine.
If you're in Salzburg you should try to eat some Austro-Hungarian dishes, you can have the schnitzels and potatoes in Munich.
From Lucerne you can get to Engelberg easily and take some 360 no scope rotating cable car to the top of a 3000m mt Titlis. Quite expensive though, like $100, and may be full of Indians/Chinese tourists depending when you go
Have you ever seen a "freakout" throughout the course of your travels, whether it was on an airplane or at an airport?
Me: never, but I've probably traveled a lot less than most people on this board, maybe 17 or 18 flights total. The most drama I've seen is maybe some people rolling their eyes or raising their voices when they hear their flight has been delayed/cancelled but it's never turned into full on shouting as far as I recall. And I've never seen anyone acting crazy on a plane. How about you, Anons?
I yelled at crying baby once and got kicked off a flight. it's not worth it bros
Last week, flying back to the US from Amsterdam via Iceland, had a chain boomer blowup. The Icelandair check-in was shared with Transavia but the way they did the line wasn't clear. As a result, a number of Icelandair passengers were in the wrong line, causing a little chain reaction of minor meltdowns by American boomers.
The big one was an old couple with a ton of checked bags. The woman was in a wheelchair being pushed by airport assistance. They cut in front us when learning they were in the wrong line. Some issue with their oversized wheelchair ended with the man screaming and yelling, while the workers tried to speak to each other in Dutch. He yelled at them about not understanding them, to which they responded in English that they were not talking to him. The guy pushing the wheelchair kept looking at me and my friend and making faces lmao. All of this was a waste because our flight was still three hours from departing and a 15 minute security experience away. Had a good laugh about it though.
No, because I NEVER fly coach like I never buy a cheap steak.
Why would you post lies on the internet?
I hate babies more than anyone in this thread but the discourse is retarded, ignore normalfags and their baby simping will ya
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I'm in a long-distance relationship with a Vietnamese girl and I'm going to go to Vietnam for a second time, this time to meet her friends and family in Bac Ninh later this year.
If our relationship continues to go well we plan on travelling twice a year, alternating between Asia and Europe, assuming she can get the travel visas she needs. If her visa applications get rejected we'll just stick to SEA as we can both travel everywhere in SEA visa-free, with exception of Singapore. >>2471333 >I'm in a long-distance relationship with a Vietnamese girl
keep your wits about you bro. dont get played.
Yeah I appreciate the warning. A bit of me is cautious because I know SEA-women are notorious for scamming guys but the longer I'm with her the more I'll trust her. I've made it clear from the start that it will be years before we look into settling down together, and she's not objected to that, which is reassuring (I think someone just after our equivalent of a greencard would be more pushy), and also she never asks for money or expensive gifts etc. She seems genuine but only time will tell.
She could be playing a long con but at some point I need to take the risk of bringing her here to stay if I want to turn this relationship into something real and lasting. I like to think that me and my family would be able to spot any cracks by then if she's just putting on an act.
Even if she's as genuine as you are you should prepare for a world of hurt.
Continuing to live apart will take a toll on you both, moving in together (no matter if in the UK or Vietnam) isn't without challenges either because the honeymoon period that you're experiencing each visit will wear off once you're together "for good", i.e. without one of you going back soon looming over you.
You're right both have their issues, but I think if we can keep things together for long enough for her to be ready to move in on a longer-term basis, then the honeymoon period wearing off isn't necessarily a dealbreaker.
Of course that's easy for me to say now whilst I'm still in the honeymoon period, but the current plan is that once we're ready we'll have a trial run of living together on a temporary visitor or work visa before we seriously consider marriage and/or permanent residency. The plan is we'd be living together 3-6 months (6 months is the limit for a UK visitor visa) and treating it not as a holiday but as normal life, staying at home most of the time and seeing how we get on in that situation. If we have a bad time then we'll be able to break up before we've made any major commitment like marriage or children, but if we feel that we're still a good fit then we can look into what the next step might be.
To be honest I haven't thought that far ahead in much detail though, as we've only been together for around a year and a half so far. It's difficult to know what the right balance is. I want to enjoy the time we're having right now and not get bogged down in the details yet, but at the same time you are completely right that we should be prepared for the problems that inevitably come from a long-distance relationship. I obviously want this to work out, but I shouldn't let that desire cloud my judgement.