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Can we have a travelware thread? I'm happy with my carry on bag and briefcase but I'm curious if anyone has experience with travel cubes as far as keeping packed items organized/wrinkle free (or minimized)...
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What exactly do you do all day when you're backpacking somewhere? During the night I'd go out with other tourists I met but I'm not sure what to fill the days with other than regular touristy stuff.
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If one were to work in China with a student visa, is there a high chance they'll be caught? If so, what are the consequences?

Your best holiday

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Recently came home from my best holiday yet, in Ayia Napa. It was my first without parents. What was your best holiday, which type of holiday was it, and which places do you recommend visiting to an 18-21 y/o?
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What's your least favorite country? Italy or France?

The greatest country on earth

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For those of you traveling, or thinking of traveling, to the United States (pic related) I've compiled a short list of some of my favorite landmarks that I feel give a good rounded experience of what we have to offer culturally. 1. McDonalds. I recommend the 12pc McNugget meal with an apple pie they are exquisite. An American classic and the height of American cuisine. 2. Carls Jr. Try to find one without a Green Burrito attached to it. It's the purest form. Try a "Hey Y'all" when you order to let them know you are familiar with their culture and you're not just another dumb tourist from a poor European country :^) 3. Taco Bell. Very festive restaurant. The decor is sure to please anyone. Make sure to try to the authentic packaged sauces and you can even brush up your Espanol. 4. 7-Eleven. A wonderful small market with a real authentic American feel. Try a nutritional Slurpee, now considered a vegetable due to it's corn syrup. Or head on over to the buffet and choose from an assorted selection of taquitos, microwave burritos, warm sandwiches, and hot dogs. You can even fill up that 2 mile per gallon (that's 3.2 kilometers for every 3.7 liters of fuel if you're from the rest of the planet) SUV you rented when you arrived. How convenient, an energy station connected to a restaurant. True American ingenuity. 5. The Grand Canyon. In my opinion, an opinion I share with the majority of Americans, it's just a hole. If you're into that I guess you could see this, but personally I'd rather go to Taco Bell again.
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Just graduated college, unemployeed and not doing much with my life right now. Just got a call back on a cruise ship employee (i'm assuming bag boy or some shit). Job pay $7.25. Should I take it? Pros? Cons?

Came to Nagoya, Japan

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It is such as the place to go to "Nagoya Station" in Japanese, but now you want to see? It relies on Google Translate because it is weak in English in Japanese ... In answer to other questions
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So, /trv/ Has anyone been to Hamilton Island in January? If so, did you have any issues with Jellyfish and stuff in the Ocean? Also; temperatures - was the average humidity/temperature making Hiking and such on the island prohibitive?
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Thinking about moving to Pittsburgh from Saskatchewan to try to restart my life. I've never actually been to Pittsburgh but from what I've heard and read it is a pretty nice city. Is this a good choice? How it Pittsburgh? Should i go or no? Any other places I should look up?

"Hippie" NYC to SF

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This really entertaining dude I met in a hostel in Tanzania organizes road trips. He gets a school bus (powered only by plants, of course) and then takes everything out, puts in couches/beds, and takes whoever wants to come on adventures. His upcoming tour starts September 6 in NYC and lasts a month. Thought I would see if any of you guys would be interested. http://www.usaoverland(dot)com
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Do the people of /trv/ have any suggestions of what to do in Chattanooga. My friends and I will be going on a road trip there from central Florida. Also we might stop in Atlanta for a little bit too. I'm looking for good places to eat and cool cheap things to do. We don't to much money. Thanks
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>ITT: how to get your ass kicked in Japan Seriously. I know everyone says it's super safe. So instead, this thread is for discussing how you could possibly get a beating or worse there, and how you'd go about having it happen to you.
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Hello /trv/, this is my first thread here. I hope I don't do anything stupid or boring, fingers crossed. Anyhow, moving to Halifax (Nova Scotia) this September, to study at a local University. Will be staying there for a year, year and a half. What should I expect? I've already seen a small bit of the town (briefly), as I stayed there for a few days. Looks like a nice, relaxed place to be. As a 26-year-old who likes to exercise (sports) and who would like to socialize as well, what should I expect? I've already found a few interesting places, such as a couple movie theaters, a blues-pub, indoor swimming pool, a skatepark, the pier, etc. Anything I'm missing? Is the winter weather scary? I've been living in Rome for most of my life, but I'm Canadian, so...what should I expect? Thank you kindly in advance for any advice. Really looking forward to this.
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How much would a god tier trip (but affordable to the average person) to London and Paris and experience cost?

Where to travel after Amsterdam?

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I'm going to be in Amsterdam for 3 days this July. Is that long enough? Or should I stay longer? My friends are only staying for 3 days so after that I'm on my own. I can either stay in Amsterdam and fly home to the US in a week or so or I can travel to somewhere else in Europe. Should I travel around or stay in the Netherlands? Where should I go? I've been to Geneva and Paris, but that's about it. I originally wanted to stay in Amsterdam for a week but people keep telling me that would be too long. Any recommendations on where else I should think about going?
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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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Hey /trv/ I've had a bit of shitty time of late and I've just finished university and somehow have enough money left over to go and see the world. I've been to Rome before with my ex and managed but this time I'm backpacking on my own. My planned route is from the UK into Paris then to Prague and finally Berlin. Any good tips for these 3 cities or any places I should explore in-between them?
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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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Have you ever met up with someone from /trv/ while abroad? >what was it like? >how awkward was it? >how autistic were they?
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