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/trv/ is a slow board, you don't need to bump more than once a day -- it's OK if your thread is not on the front page, we look several pages deep here. You can do that. too, looking for threads on your topic.

Questions are welcomed, as are threads sharing experiences or generally discussing travel. For very general questions, you can get answers faster at other sites. Google is your friend. Start there, then come back here for specific questions. Some good links for basic info, and a few Pet Peeves of the board, are included within this thread.
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For all those wanting information on Vagabonding:


Don't forget visa requirements:

Happy traveling! P.S. Do not post nsfw content on this board.

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Is this place full of chads or something, I don't get how you all have these amazing adventures constantly without being the most alpha out there or some shit. I recently got back from Japan trying to have the crazy and fun times I hear about but never got it, it was such a set back that I didn't even go to a soapland. I seriously don't think you guys do half the shit you say, any time I asked for help you fags went and told me "go to a bar" or "be sociable" yeah fucking how dipshits. I went to japan to break out of my normal shutin self since after 33 years I think it's finally time to shed some new skin for once. Literally just would go to some bars people mentioned or places and all I saw were cute couples and tourists none of which ever talked to me.

How the fuck do you all travel without getting severe depression as everyone around you has a bunch of fun.
have sex incel
I did cocoon mode 5 months before traveling, not hard incel.

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Let's discuss the Heart of Asia - Taiwan.
Going back for three weeks over Chinese New Year. I won't be running all over the island like I did this year with my partner. We'll spend most our time in Banqiao & Yilan. Still not sure what I want to see. Thinking about going back to Hualien just for a coffee. Who else is planning on going next year?
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Umm no?


They're designed to go under the bottom sheet.
I hope some anons here are up for caffeinated or alcoholic beverages around the 20th of January.
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Went to Jiufen today, on the train back to Taipei from Keelung now.
At first it seemed like a generic tourist trap, but when I ducked out of the main drag the alleys and stairways going all over the place up and down the mountain were really cool.
And, of course, pic related is the Spirited Away house. Japs fucking everywhere, I heard maybe 3x more 日本語 than Chinese
You're two different people right?
Jiufen was shit on the day we went. I liked Houtong a lot more.
Did you visit the house in Jiufen where the man makes heads of all the spirits that he says visits him?
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The Liuhe night market is really different than the ones in Hong Kong (>>1713591). It's roughly 80% food stalls and there are tables where one can eat. The stalls are located at the sides of the road and in between are five meters space, while it's very narrow in Hong Kong (maybe 2m in the middle of the road).

>You're two different people right?
Yes, I'm the one who resizes his photos.

Unfortunately, I'm only here for one more week.

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Xmas soon Edition

*FAQ (aka shit you should stop asking)*
>Where should I stay in Tokyo?
Anywhere on the JR Yamanote loop line.
>Is Hiroshima+Miyajima worth it as a day trip from Osaka/Kyoto?
Not really, it's too rushed and you should probably just stay the night there.
>Is Miyajima worth visiting when the floating torii gate is under construction?
Yes, it's still a great place to visit.
>"Dude what should I see in ________?"
Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc
/JPG/anon put together an autistic supermap of sights, restaurants, and shopping. Go nuts.

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This is a shower where a chick washes you and then has sex with you? So it's just a prostitute and a shower or is there anything about it that's different or better than a regular brothel?

If you do more than an hour it comes with a nuru massage which is pretty cool, a naked chick slathered in slimy shit sliding all over you feels pretty great. I think that's the main feature, honestly.
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Need opinions:

Wanted to do a day trip to Hiroshima. I've already ruled out Miyajima due to it probably being covered in scaffolding. Worth it to do a Himeji Castle + Hiroshima trip, or add another day for Kyoto? I've currently got about 2.5 days scheduled for Kyoto. I'm using Osaka as my hotel base.
You are paying for an expensive wash.
She initiates sex after.
You paid for a shower, not sex sex just "happened"
I go for golden week yearly, it's only bad at the shitholes like Kyoto and some hubs of Tokyo. If you go anywhere else you're fine but I see that's not the case. Enjoy absolute hell on earth for Kyoto.

Wasabi, sake, green tea tasting, castle, nature
Hida folk village, Waygu, Sake tour, onsens, fishing, old town, morning market, etc
Drinking with business men: the city
Views of fuji

What do you guys think of beg packers and homeless people?
Do you see them a lot while traveling?
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What will you do in the future?
I've done money-less traveling before ("beg packing" is derogatory fyi) and had some incredible experiences, especially in SEA. When locals help you out by sharing some change or giving you a bite to eat it really reinforces our collective humanity and gives you hope that we're all going make it. It's an amazing way to see parts of the world you wouldn't normally see and interact with people you normally wouldn't. I've actually wanted to start a money-less traveling general before but I'm worried that alt-right nazis would derail the thread because they've taken over this board.
I want them dead. they're rodent pieces of shit. if i see them on my travels ill be sure to vandalize their property signs whatever
I'd honestly drug and rape her
you can dress it up however you want, rodent, but you're just parasiting of people that already struggle on a daily basis.
>give you a bite to eat
fucking disgusting behavior. how dare you make them give you food. if i saw you id beat/rob you and give all your shit to the "locals"
probably dead in one or two years, if i m still alive i plan to go in tought city and start looking for a death way.
I have no future.
>alt-right Nazis

So tell me: what color is your hair and do you prefer they/them or zi/zur?

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What do you anons do to make your trips eco friendlier?

If there is more than one trash can in a hotel room, I only use one so the hotel staff doesn't have to throw away more than one trash bag.
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I conserve toilet paper by using my hands.
The plastic in the oceans for mostly originates from Asia. Western countries recycle and bury the rest under the ground and Western citizens generally dispose of trash properly. Asians generally don't give a shit about the environment and dump huge amounts of plastic in the oceans. You never hear about it because Western environmentalist scam artists are hyperfocused on climate change to get those sweet subsidies.
I avoid wasting precious water by shitting on the streets.
Is that in Taiwan? I never quite figured out what was considered recyclable there and what wasn't.
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Yes, it is. There are symbols on the packaging of products that show you whether they are recyclable. Pic related is a water bottle.

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>> Gonna be an hobo in 35 days.
>> Only possession is a 50L Millet bagpack
>> Only saving left 1.4k eur
>> Plan to leave belgium in less than two month
Willing to head italy / greece for warmer weather and low cost, imdoingitalright?
If your actual question was "Am I doing alright?", then no, you idiot, becoming homeless in countries with lower wages and standards of living than Belgium is not doing alright.
Anyway: take a Ryanair flight to Palermo, unwind for a week or two, then come back and solve whatever put you on this self-destructive path.
35 days is fucking nothing. you need long term hobo strategy
Gonna agree with this anon here, if you really wanna be a hobo then no amount of preparation will be enough until you are actually living it. Instead of living on the streets I would recommend doing something like wwoof or workaway. You could do that to get by better than bumming it.
you got me, i did took the destructive path a while ago, doesnt seems like im doing any thing right, so i say fuk it.
thanks, planned to do woofing and coutchsurfing, if you've any other idea.
As a huge failure, i failed everything i tryed so far.

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What kind of suit do you guys wear when you fly?

I usually wear a beige suit if I'm traveling somewhere warm, otherwise I've used a standard black suit. And I just bought a gray suit that I intend to wear when flying to large cities.
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nothing crazy. A blazer, button-down shirt, nice jeans or slacks, no tie. Enough to feel like I'm better than 90% of the other people in the airport/plane, but still feel comfortable.
that is kino af
I do a lot of travel for work but thankfully have never needed to wear a suit.

Maybe there'll be a time I have to go to an awards event, but still don't see the point of wearing a suit on a flight unless you absolutely have to.
>What kind of suit do you guys wear when you fly?
None because it's useless to do so especially with your dumbass set in coach.

Dress what is comfy and shower, bam done
Only situation I can think of is if you're coming off of a redeye and have to go straight into a meeting, which is the whole reasoning behind lay-flat business seats. I would just change in the airport, rather than fly in my suit, though.

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I'm an outdoorsy kind of person that enjoys hiking, and reasonably rustic, rural living, preferably in somewhere with either stunning scenery or large areas of forest. I'm planning on meeting a friend in the US from Michigan - my question is, where is the best place to fit this vacation criteria within the state or slightly outside? Would be prepared to travel a little - as far east as upstate NY, far south as Kentucky etc etc.

Anyone know of any good, reasonably secluded places that offer cabins or air bnb within this radius?
Plenty of hiking in West Virginia, it's in the middle of Appalachia. Never been personally, but I've hiked around the southern part of the Appalachians. It looks like a 6 hour drive from Detroit to the first mountainous bit

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I miss London!!!!!!!!
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Where are you going?
Wales was very interesting. The type of meal that costs like 15£+ in London you can get for like 5£ in Wales. And then theres girls - Wales girls seem to come in two varieties: super hot waifus or roll down a hill obese. The hot ones seem trashy and desperate: I assume they realize that they will become the obese ones if they stay in Wales.
>hates London
Yes good and right
>wants to go to Edinburgh
Yes we're all mixed in here - much better.
>hating the best city


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Curious, do you guys know of any really obnoxious flexes you can do while traveling? This is completely open ended. It can be travel gear, perks, clubs, lounges, locations, country/city specific, etc. I just wanna know how i can spend money for the sole purpose of making people feel poorer than me and flexing on them. It can even be gestures, actions, behaviors. I didn't want to admit this, but I want to exclusively flex on Chinese people that think they're richer than me
>elite visas with expedited service at passport control
>ridiculous comfort items for long flights
>private lounges in airports
stuff like that.
dress like a bum in business class
thats pretty good
Oh shit, dats me. I'm also 20 years younger than the average biz passenger.

Get a metal credit card. I have the Chase Sapphire. Strong flex when you hand it to somebody and it's got some weight to it.
>I want to exclusively flex on Chinese people that think they're richer than me
Not hard to do if you're white
I'd love to do this but unfortunately I'm poor.

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does anyone else's entire life revolve around their next vacation/travel destination?
>went to thailand in 2017 for two weeks
>become obsessed
>paid off 40k of student loans in lightening speed
>saved up all my money to go back in 2018
>spent 6 months there
>came back in may19'
>spend every single day on /trv/, thaivisa, stickman blog, and r/pattaya
>live vicariously through other peoples travel experiences offering advice
>check hotel prices on agoda even though I won't be traveling for months
>make potential itineraries
>study the language that i wont be using for months
>have no fucking social life in the USA
When I go back im probably not gonna return to the US. I can't fucking stand it here anymore.
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>useless whiteboy immigrant ass
white people can't be immigrants. this entire world is ours. you sound like an angry, resentful POC rodent. stay mad.
i dunno. i'll check it out when im done laying waste to southeast asia. the bug people are really turning the screws and trying to expand their influence
cringe, kys faggot

Fucking idiot cant see the irony in his own post.
>white people can't be immigrants. this entire world is ours

We act that way, don’t we? This privilege has been fading for the past 100 years, it’s not going to last forever. Might as well be one of the last generation to enjoy it
based and elitepilled

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Anyone else hate where they're from?

Hadn't been back to the UK for 5 years. Stayed 8 days. I get pretty down after day 2.

That was 2 months ago. Can't ever imagine going back except for a funeral.
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Don't go batshit over it, boy. I am leaving it here. It ain't worth the fuss.
None of them are particularly dangerous, not even by Dutch standards. I've lived in both countries. There are even areas of Utrecht that are worse than the entirety of Malmö.

Weak kiddo. I guess you're slavshit and therefore afraid of telling anyone where you're from, ince being slavshit means always losing any country comparison.
No. Texas in particular is up its own asshole over being Brave New World, but this affects how everyone thinks and perceives and interacts across the country. No one is capable of friendship or marriage or healthy raising of children unless you yourself are crazy, like in the book. Like in the book you have to kill yourself or leave.
>not even by Dutch standards.

Malmo has neighbourhoods that are much more dangerous than Overvecht in Utrecht. The only thing that would rival it would be Rotterdam Zuid. You also completely miss my point
>Like in the book you have to kill yourself or leave.
This. But then the entire west. Brave New World is pretty much how the west is now.

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A thread for discussing tourism in the Philippines in general, with a focus on reproductive sex in the missionary position with nice Filipina girls.

Old thread >>1710502
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>It's not like the 1000 peso flights to Hong Kong exist anymore.
I just bought one for $33USD. Still pretty good
I'm thinking of staying in Teresa. What am I in for?
Is this still alive?
You know there's promos if you bring a third guy in whorehouses in the Ph right. Lol
can't you get some kind of visa that lasts three years as an american citizen?
oh wait, im probably talking to people from "other" countries

Visiting Bali these days feels less and less as if you're experiencing some of Indonesia's many rich cultures.

Lines waiting to reach the summit of Mount Everest are causing serious safety concerns.

Eleven people died in this year's climbing season on Everest — and images posted to social media of huge line to reach the summit shocked many people. But while hundreds of people now reach the summit annually, many more just trek to Base Camp — leaving several tons of garbage and human waste behind. In sum: The world's highest mountain is being desecrated.

The climax of "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" was filmed in Petra, Jordan. While it certainly is an impressive sight that can conjure all kinds of treasure-hunting fantasies, a lot of other people seem to have the same idea — crowds can be pushy, merchants even pushier (not to mention price gouges), and overall it can feel like anything but an escape from everyday life.

Real-life Dubrovnik is struggling against the horde of smartphone and selfie-stick-wielding tourists.

As ever-increasing numbers of celebrities, the ultra-wealthy, and even ordinary folks attend Burning Man each year in the Nevada desert, there's concern the event could be losing its way.

More people want to experience Berlin to the fullest. Rising rents and gentrification are also killing the vibe — plus, it's hard to make money from a club.

But all those fancy overwater bungalows in the Maldives are filled with tourists, not local people. The Independent reports that environmental impact is a concern, for one. And then there's the issue of climate change and rising sea levels — many of the nation's islands could be underwater before this century ends, according to The Telegraph.

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Fuck tourists they’re one of the principal reasons why most of Manhattan isn’t worth going to anymore. Tourists are the reason I don’t travel, even. I don’t want to be one
stop pushing your shitty """news""" articles in countless new threads you fucking nigger.
If you want to read this shit archive here:
Why the fuck do you make these threads every day? We already got your point, and we hate uneducated tourists too. I'm surprised you haven't posted shit about planes and the environment yet again.
when i see stuff like this. all i think to myself is "even if im a white guy stocking shelves in america im better off than 95% of the rest of the world"

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