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Hey trv, I need some adv. I... 2 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey trv, I need some adv. I live in this decrepit city called Syracuse, NY and really hate it here. There's absolutely nothing to do, it's scummy, the weather sucks, and I feel like I need to start a new life. I applied to a four year school here (would take me four years to complete my degree), but it got me thinking that I really don't want to spend another four years in this do-nothing city. I've been leaning towards a move to Portland, OR this summer. I love nature and it seems like Oregon has a lot of it and a good amount to do in the city. I'd end up working for the year to gain residency in the state and continuing college after that. I've pretty much already made my decision, just wanted to see what people think. People keep telling me it's all the same, but I'm pretty sure Portland is not the same as Syracuse. The only minor problem I have with this is having to work for the year to get in state tuition, especially since I've already taken one year off, but it's worth not having to stay here for four years. What are your experiences moving away?
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Hi I'd like to bus it down from Los Angeles to possibly Panama as my last stop. I'd stop in a few countries for a few days then move on by bus. Which countries should I definitely see? Which should I skip. If I were to spend 3 days in each of those countries what kind of budget would I probably need including bus fare. Is Tica bus and the other big names my only options? I searched online and the price is ridiculously high, 130 dollars to cross two countries. I had a short trip last year and a bus trip from San Juan del Sur Nicarauga to San Jose, Costa Rica was only 8 dollars. I don't remember the name but it wasn't a chicken bus. Any advice or things I should know really appreciated but right now i'm mostly wondering out what my budget should be. also debating if I should fly back or bus since I'll be in a lot of buses

Sofia

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Yo, im planning to visit my friend in Sofia this summer, but i dont know anything at all about Bulgaria. What are must see/do-s in Sofia? Whats the city like? Alcohol/food costs? How far away is Sunny beach, and is it worth a visit?
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Yo /trv/, I need help I'm moving up to Seattle from LA in two weeks. I don't have the money to afford a hitch/trailer, but I have to transport a futon. What's the most cost-effective course of action? At this point, I'm seriously considering just buying a new futon when I get up there.
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Anyone ever thought of travelling to QLD? check out tangalooma, well worth it. many activities to do like feeding dolphins, climb sanddunes, snorkles at the wrecks. check out the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQDlHmbOsus
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Hey /trv/, I'm going backpacking around central and northern Europe for a month and a half. This is my first time traveling with only a backpack, what are some essentials I should pack? Any advice for a first time backpacker? I've searched around and I'll list some basics I've picked up. I'd love to hear what some seasoned travelers have to say. -don't bring jeans, they're heavy and take a while to dry -in general, synthetics are preferable to wear as they're lighter, durable, and dry quickly. -carry a lightweight jacket or sweater -bring gallon sized plastic bags for storing food, dirty clothes, and anything that needs cleaning. I see a lot of sites that swear by money belts, but it seems to me that they're so popular that any thief worth his salt would check for them. I'm more inclined to just keep my spare cash under the soles in my shoes, or sewn in to a jacket. Some information about the trip: Traveling with one other person. We will be staying in hostels the entire trip, and don't intend to eat out at restaurants often, if at all. We will be taking the eurorail to move around the continent. I leave in a few days, so I don't really have time to ship anything.
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/trv/ I have only been on one international flight before in my flight and it was to China from the US. I know that we have a policy where whatever airport you land in you have to get your bags and go through customs at that airport before you get on any other connecting flight you may have domestically. However I have a couple upcoming international flights with connections in a 3rd country. This being the case will I need to go get my checked luggage and then recheck it to my final destination? Here are the flights I have coming up if the countries themselves matter >IAD>ROM (connection in Moscow) >IAD>BKK (connection in Abu Dhabi) >BKK>CLT (connection in Shanghai) I am fairly green as a whole in response to international travel so I am getting paranoid to make sure I have everything covered. >dat clip art from the 90's

South America backack

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Hey 1st post on /trv/ ! Im from middle europe and wanna travel to south america with a backpack (60-70l) and alone!! i am 23 years old I speak some english, french and german and trying to start spanish for september. It will be my first long trip alone, and in south america : country to visit -perou -bolivia -argentinia I have already checked a bit on the internet but i would like to have other opininons also -what would be the cheapest flight between madrid and berlin to fly there ? -how to manage to spend the least amont of money travelling there - do you know a good travel route? thx in advence and sorry for my bad english !
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What are some awesome off-the-beaten-path things to do in Chandler/Phoenix Arizona? pic unrelated
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Sick and tired of feminism, reverse discrimination, misandry, whorish behavior, double standards, and useless western women in general. Where is good to travel/move where women are still women, men are still men? How hard is it to get laid in these places?
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Girlfriend is traveling to germany for a month for a school exchange What is a useful gift i can get her, willing to spend around $100USD give or take pic unrelated
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I want to use workaway but every host seem like an enormous cringe. Can anybody confirm otherwise? Are there any similar sites I can check out?
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What places in Rome are interesting to visit besides the usual tourist locations? I will stay there for one week with friends; we are students, so cheap or for free would be best. I'd be interested in anything of historical or artistic significance, but everything else is fine, too. Also, any other important tips? Tourist traps? None of us speaks the language that well. Share your wisdom, /trv/!

Recomendaciones de hoteles, viajes y vacaciones

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Para los nativos de habla español, o para quienes entienden el español, tengo un blog de recomendaciones de hoteles, viajes y vacaciones. Consejos para preparar un viaje, armar valijas, etc. Recomendaciones de hoteles visitados por mi, y notas sobre lugares llamativos e interesantes. Y más... El sitio es: http://www.misrecomendaciones.com.ar For non-Spanish-readers: If you are planning to visit Argentina, I can help you with travel tips, and/or recommendations on what to do in Argentina (wherever in Argentina you are coming to). Just let me know in my Contact page in http://www.misrecomendaciones.com.ar
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Hey /trv/, So I'm moving out soon and I also plan on going for an intercontinental holiday the following year. What kind of travel bag should I have? What kind of questions do I have to ask myself to decide what kind of bag I want? What should I look (out) for when selecting a bag?

From Europe to DC

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Hey /trv/ ! I have an opportunity to do an internship in DC, however no financial support is provided. I am an european and have never been in USA therefore would like to ask how much money I should plan for lets say duration of 4 months? How much I would need for rent / food and transportation? I would like to know (maybe there are people from DC) how much is needed for base minimum, considering I am non smoker and non drinker. Btw - maybe you know some good flat rental options? thanks
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>posted on /adv/ originally (forgot about /trv/) Going to Seattle and Vancouver with the family this summer and I need some things for us to do. We're going to camp in the nearby nature parks most of the time, but we will be staying a night or two in Vancouver and Seattle. We've planned a few things in Vancouver but not so many in Seattle. So what are some cool things to do in Seattle and Vancouver? We have a fixed budget, but it's flexible (nothing too outrageous though...)

2 weeks in Mexico

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Hey /trv/ Planning on doing 2 weeks in mexico city with a friend.. And having a tough time plannings.. Feeling like there is too much to see in such a short time, but im stuck in that time frame. Can you please give me some "must sees" in mexico city/surrounding areas" I want to See the matadors, Macho lucha libre besides them im really easy and up for anything
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>Road trip >Stay more than two nights in one city
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Hello /trv/, can you tell me how the French toll system works? I will drive from Karlsruhe to Saumur via Le Mans tomorrow, and later all the way back to Bâle in Switzerland. Someone told my i can only pay the toll with coins or credit cars? Is that true? What do I have to expect?
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