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Travel Medicine

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So I was thinking about what kind of medicine might be useful to take with you while travelling. Obviously this depends on the location, but some basics should still be the same right? So far, I've thought of: >Aspirin >Nasal Spray >Band aids >something against Diarrhea >Sleeping pills Anything else I should add? (Picture unrelated)
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what is this beautiful place

Hitchhiking through Balkans and Asia Minor #YOLO

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I depart tomorrow. Wish me luck, /trv/

Vietnam visa services

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Sup trv, I am thinking of going to Vietnam soon, but let's just say that I may have some, uhm, "issues" with my passport. If it turns out my passport has been invalidated, I don't want to leave where I am now, because I wouldn't be able to get back in. Do the Vietnamese visa services actually check for the validity of the passport number that you send them? Keep in mind, this is what I WANT them to do, so that I can know my passport is ok before I go to the airport.
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Hey guys, I'm planning a really long road trip about 2-3 weeks in October or November. Starting place will be South Florida. I wanted to either do the east coast up to Nova Scotia, Canada or West to Cali, Oregon, Washington and then back to Florida. Will be stopping every day or two to camp or stay at a hotel and check out local sites / hiking / whatever. Anyways, which route would you guys say I would see less crappy poverty / etc in and have a more pleasant trip ? I want to mainly do hiking, beer places, site seeing, possibly some water activities, etc. Thanks for any suggestions with this. Longest road trip I took solo before was South FL to Tennessee which was lots of fun. Budget will be about 3-4k. Thanks for any help in advance.

Travel to the US from Germany

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Hello /trv/ I'm not usually from this board so I hope it's okay to ask this here and if you guys could help me. I'm from Germany and I want to travel to the United States in late September/early October for a week to visit my SO. I've never traveled outside the EU before so I'm not really sure how visas or estas work, could I get some advice on how to get them or anything about them I should know? All the websites I go to say different things and give me a headache.

Best time to buy airfare?

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Simply, I'm looking at plane tickets from Buffalo to Atlanta for DragonCon Labour weekend. Here's what's interesting... -everyone says get tickets 12 weeks before, that's when it's cheapest (supposedly) -12 weeks ago they were $400, but 2 weeks ago they went down to $300 Tell me what to do guys. The reason why I didn't get them yet is I just got my paycheque on friday, but will the price go down any further closer to the date? There still seems to be plenty of seats left. Thx /trv/lers!
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Hello /trv/ I have a question about the U.K customs as my expirence has been just awful. I recently sent back an item which I hard purchase on eBay that came from Manchester to here. The item is valued at 400 USD. I had to unfortunately return the item and this is where the headaches begin... First off I was charged $70 for shipping via USPS which was the cheapest option near me with tracking. I waited and waited while 3 weeks have passed and the seller still had not received the item. Finally the seller received a notice that there were custom duties to be played before it could be delivered. I was surprised by this as I had declared the item as returned murchandise. But since I grew tired of waiting I told the seller just to take the duties out of my refund. Little did I know that the charged were for 190 USD!!!!! So by now I had paid for more the half the item is worth!!!! Is there anything I can do about this? It seems to me that there are theievs working at the customs office!
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So it's summer vacation and thinking of doing some road tripping around Japan. Any advice for backpacking/sleeping in one's car in the summer?
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Have you ever been on one of those fuckvacations? Go somewhere and basically fuck as many girls as you can in a week or two? If so, where? How many? What were the girls like? I know it is real easy in Brazil for example, but tell me your experiences.
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Hey /int/ so me and a couple of friends are planning a trip to Larnaca for a few days any suggestions about what should we do, see, eat etc anything you enjoyed while visiting Cyprus?
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I'll be in Amsterdam for the first time in 5 years and am looking for interesting local things to do. I used to visit the city pretty regularly in the 2000s but I figure things have changed a bit since I was there last. Any suggestions on non-touristy places to see/visit? What would be the good neighborhoods for me to sit outside at a cafe and peoplewatch? >pic related From when my wife and I rented a Canal House about 9 years ago.
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I have some spare time from December 20 to January 4 and I want to go some place warm (around 7 days), preferrably not too far away from Europe. I don't want to go there to celebrate, just to get rid of the cold. What are good destinations, that won't be too crowded or too christmas-y?
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Hello /trv/, Having worked in the UK forever and finally coming into some money, I'm desperate to get away somewhere. I have my heart set on Iceland due to my love of seafood, Arctic climates/landscapes and a desire to see the northern lights. However, due to my fleetingly short holiday allowance, ill likely be able to spend no more than a week there. My question to you therefore, is how do I make these hours last? Theres certainly plenty of tours kicking about but I reluctant on the basis that the tours will likely be touristy, directed and full of noisy swarking humans (exactly the things im trying to avoid). Im not AGAINST the directed activities that some companies provide, its just a disdain for overspending and spoonfeeding. TL:DR: How do I get the most out of a weeks trip to Iceland?
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i got the money now i want to go to live without hassle in some warm nature country.. Where can i go without visa, paying rent cash and not infested with tourists? Wanna leave my identity out of it as much as possible
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Would you recommend becoming a travel-agent? I have the possibility to chose it as apprenticeship. Advantages/Disadvantages?
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So in a few months I'm looking to backpack to from Oklahoma to Nebraska (no real reason I picked Nebraska other than never been there and feels achievable to get there in back in around two months), and I'm looking for any and all tips. Things worth seeing, traveling necessities, where to sleep on the road, etc. A little back story for those interested: Fairly poor, going through a sort of pre-midlife crisis, wanting to get away from everything I know for awhile and I like travel and wander about as well as go camping, figured it'd be nice to combine the all those things. Thanks in advance, /trv/lers.

china study

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Hi /b. I am going to study in China,Nanjing for a 6 month period soon and i was wonderin if anyone here has some advices or expiriences to share?
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What is it like visiting Thailand during the rainy season? Is the rain bad enough that you get stuck indoors frequently? Does it make it more difficult to travel via land to surrounding countries like Laos and Cambodia? I have my heart set on spending about a month there and would preferably like to go as soon as possible (the earliest I could get there would probably be just before the end of this month), but if the rainy season would really negatively impact my enjoyment I can wait until November.
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>You wake up on a Chinese train Wat do http://www.chinahush.com/2014/03/17/the-most-disgusting-trains-in-china/
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