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Hey trv, What`s worth seeing in Québec city? I`m staying there for 2 nights and have already checked out the citadel and Dagobert night club.
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Hello fellow travelers I live in South Korea now and I would love to take a trip to Indonesia, especially Bali >Can you help me in finding the perfect place with crystal clear beaches with lots relax and activities to do? I've been searching on the internet but I don't know which travel way should I go. >Buy only flight tickets and go to hostel? >Go to travel agency and book everything there? Thank you
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So I'm learning to sail this summer. I actually have a full day booked tomorrow getting lessons on the absolute basics. (inb4 just work on a boat- I am incompetent and want to know bare bones first) From here, what is the path to freedom upon the closed seas? I don't wanna cross the atlantic or anything, but I'd love to be at a level to hop around the Phillipines or Indian Ocean. What do I need to do once I know very basically how to sail?
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E/lit/e here. I am looking to travel beyond the United States for the first time and would appreciate your council prior. I am a struggling novelist and voracious reader but my experiences thus far have been limited to my Home State and other nearby and comparably bland locales. Most of the people I live among are buffoons, basically pickup truck and football game sorts, while the women are mostly blonde-and-ditzy-airheads caring only for braun, beerpong, and wealth. I want to go to Europe and I will have 3 weeks to do so (20 days). I plan to see cities that have been famous for their literary giants, including Dublin (James Joyce), London, Paris, and Italy for the adventure alone. I do not have a lot of disposable money and will have to do the trip on the cheap ("bohemian" I suppose is the word, one I dislike but still prefer to "hipster") and gather that hostels are the most "bohemian" (there's that word again) way to do it. I want to live life to the fullest and to really SEE Europe, understanding it. I want to absorb from the cities what Joyce, Hemingway, Stein, Dickens, Balzac, et cetera, took from them also. Finally, my goal is to produce a novel from the trip. Ideally similar to Kerouac's On the Road, only it will be specific to our generation and will delve farther into philosophy while being set in a modern European context. So my question is this: where do I begin, /trv/? If you love writing, help make this happen.
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so this is my 1st \trv\ post, and I need help. at the end of the month im visiting my gf in phillidelphia, but im flying there. problem is its gonna be my 1st time flying and Im gonna be flying alone. any tips? or things I should know?
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Sup /trv/ i'm going to Belgium in 2 months to start my year exchange, get me even more excited! post stories of you as exchange students or if you knew some, post theirs also, where did you go or where are you going? > tl;dr >post exchange student stories >where did you do your exchange
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My grandfather decided that he's going to take all the family to a trip to Argentina because he has cancer and a few months to live. We're most likely renting a 6 apartment house in Recoleta, Buenos Aires for around 18 nights. So while I'll be busy doing different tourist stuff with the family (Colon theatre, museums, other touristic shit) I want to know what is there to do for me. I'm a typical 19 year old, speak perfect Spanish. Honestly I just want to do some things on my own, meet locals, go to bars, maybe attend a sports game of some sort (Boca Jrs?). I'll be going from July 19-22 until August 7.
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Does anyone else get extremely lonely whilst traveling? I mean I can make friends and such easily enough, but my self esteem just plummets and I start feeling lonely. I mean it could just be me I guess. But it's hard to even talk to friends back at home because they never speak to you first, thinking you're too bust traveling and you don't want to hassle them too much. Maybe it's just me, I guess i do have low self esteem even at home.

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Hi guys, I will travel to Düsseldorf (Ratingen to be exact ) for a month from july 20 till august 20. The main purpose for my stay will be learning german and meet with new people. I will have accomodation and food provided. Here is a little info about me: I love playing sports. I'm a student from Hungary. I like to climb mountains and going out to the nature. I have a few questions about Düsseldorf: I've just received my international student card and I hope that I will be able to buy a month long bus and railway sort of ticket. Is there such thing as that there? I'm on a low budget and this seems to be the best transportation way. I don't know anyone from there. How can I find other people there who would gladly chill with a forigner and show me around the town? Are there random football pitches there where I can play sports with others? What places should I visit during my stay? I thought about Köln too.
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Going to be living in Aarhus, Denmark for 2 years and was wondering what the best and or cheapest way to get around Denmark was? By bus or by train? Also what's the best and or cheapest way to visit neighboring countries. By boat, bus, train or flight? Thank you, your friend Jeff
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/trv/ help me out here. So assuming I was to up and leave the US, with the flight paid for, where would be the best place to go with around 600-1k USD? I have heard the SEA is real cheap but are the alternatives? Are the people more accepting there? >white >only speak english >19
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What should I wear during a trip to Switzerland and the Netherlands so I don't look like an American schmuck?

A new Asian country

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Hey guys, I've been in Mumbai since mid-may and am getting a little sick of it. I have a week to myself coming up and was wondering what a good country to spend a couple of days in would be. Keep in mind I have to return to Mumbai at the end of the week. Visa on arrival helps, too. Also I'm American since there are a couple of countries in the area that we've kinda fucked up.
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Hey, jsust about to book a tour for North Korea for liberation day Narrowed it down to Juche Travel services and Young Pioneers Has anyone taken either of these tour companies, Young Pioneer seems great, but i dont want to be stuck with a bunch of 3edgy6me manchildren. I'm 22 if that helps Cheers moite
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sup /trv/ what do you guys think of visiting Thailand at the moment? safe, yay or nay
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8 days roadtrip in the US. Which direction to take? Which cities to visit? I don't care, as long there is a good amount of driving involved. In pic you see a possible itinerary. I would drive till LA and then take a plane back to Canada and then home. I land in Canada because I want an extra visa stamp. Other possibilities: http://i.imgur.com/4aRLRZW.png or http://i.imgur.com/yhOFDf2.png Enlight me
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This bomb was directed by /v/. It has been sent from /sp/ - /mlp/ - /tv/ - /d/ - /v/ - /trv/.
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Hello /trv/ me and some friends are looking for good places to travel too that have a drinking age under 18 (Im the only one who has turned 18 out of us) Could you give me some tips on where to go, we'd like to avoid eastern europe.
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ITT: feel feels >tfw your dreams are better than reality >those dreams will never become real
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Sup /trv/ I've been struggling to find a place to couch surf in Berlin for next week. Anybody got any suggestions on hostels or know any potential couches?
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