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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.

What is the most dangerous country to visit?
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USA would be as safe as any european country despite its 350 million guns if you subtract the cities of Baltimore, Detroit, Chicago, DC, and Baltimore. Even then its not the entire cities by just a couple dozen blocks where all the violence happens. Anywhere else your not going to run into any problems, in fact once people in the suburbs find out your a foreigner they will probably be so in awe of the fact they will show you around and be real hospitable
>YFW live in Very High safety, country.

honestly the only countries i’d totally avoid are CAR, congo and somalia
I don't agree on that. There are very very few cases of impulsive manslaughter. If any, it's only in the largest cities. Guns are strictly controlled as you need a hunting license, wich you need to do a lot of shooting practice and courses to get.
I will agree that Oslo is a shithole, but Copenhagen is a lot worse.
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I was sceptical at first, but pic-related is a very good map. The only thing I disagree is North Korea - it's impossible anything to happen to you because you are chaperoned 24/7 and only get in real trouble if you do retarded shit.

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Can I get a run-down on Aragon ? I have five days left, and need to see some small villages around Zaragoza or Huesca provinces. Don't really care to visit the beach.

I'm going to the tourism office today, and will report back.
how was the office visit?
>being that autistic you refer to spain as aragon on a weeb board

Didn't make it, will do tomorrow though.


Aragon is a specific region within Spain, even advertised as such in the tourist industry. Not sure if I'm autistic. will report back hahaha

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what country in the western hemisphere has the best club scene?
are they good at dancing?
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London/Berlin/Paris maybe Detroit too

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Oh, the Boeing shill is here again.
>hurr Boeing dindu nuffin he's a good boy
>durr it's a the pilots fault
Safety isn't an issue for any airline allowed to fly in the western world. So Qantas' statistic is meaningless.
for me it's Alaskan Airlines as the best

worst is easily Delta
I'm taking a Jeju Air flight next money will let you know.
>worst is easily Delta

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potentially a pleb tier question but whatever. i'm from london and it's cool and all, but i dunno if i can see myself living here in the long term, part of me needs a change of scenery. asking about nyc as the two often get lumped in together, and wanted to know what you guys thought was the better city. thanks in advance
pleb, you think you can afford to live in NYC?
>using the britfeel thread image
poser yank btfo reeeee
they are very parallel in that they both contain the extreme highs and extreme lows of each countries' urban cultures with a whole lot in between. i would say the clearest way to see the difference can be see in the difference between Piccadilly and Times square. there are more clean areas and side markets and areas in london but less stuff to do beyond eating and drinking. london's "skyline" is also more contained and the city feels more open than nyc. personally i love both cities. i will NYC is also kind of an island in the sense that once your in NYC you kind of get stranded and dont really go beyond the city whereas in london people come and go all the time.

You should visit NYC sounds like holiday would do you some good

In my experience I enjoyed London more as a student and NYC more when I had a bit of money

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If you had to live as an illegal immigrant for the rest of your life where would you go ?

>10k$ cash
>100k$ cash
>1M$ cash
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Hard mode: being an black American.

Don't be sad it's gone, be glad it ever happened.
Well with $10k cash I guess probably somewhere in rural South America or SE Asia, but with $100k or $1 mil cash I could get an investment visa in any number of countries and be a legal resident.

Country with assisted suicide.


Country with assisted suicide

>1 million

Country with assisted suicide.
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>Hey guys, I'm off to Somalia for a few weeks to go hiking. See you later!

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Let's start another one Hong Kong thread.
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Nope, acvess control have been implemented onto the airport. However, they might try to do funny things to road and rail leading to the airport. Official suggestion is that if you're departing from the Hong Kong airport then please arrive three hours earlier than your flight's scheduled departure time to prepare for unforseenable situation. Personal recommendation is that use the Airport Express rail whenever possible as it will not be obstructed by traffics on the road. And if the bridge to the airport is completely closed due to whatever event including both the road and rail service you can take the ferry from Central to Mui Wo on the Lantau Island and then change for buses to Tung Chung and then to the airport.
>Monk kok
Sorry, I think it was actually Kowloon Tong or something. I rode from Monk Kok to there.

>protestors still blocking the airport
Despite what you might have read or seen, it was actually only for a few hours on Monday and maybe a bit on Tuesday. Airports can't just reopen in a few minutes so once they gave up and shut down, staff went home and the protestors could go home too.
The Airport can't actually tell the airlines to recall all those staff and reopen, and if they tried then the protestors might all come back so it's basically over for the day.
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There is an internal job opening in HK for my company. Exactly the type of work I'm good at.

Should I go for it? Or is it too stupid to move there now?
>Or is it too stupid to move there now?
Assuming the money is good then it should be fine.
There'll be stoppages now and then, you might not be able to get to work some days, find out if you'd get paid for those days. Your company might not even be open for work during that time.

If the money is good then I'd do it for the experience.
You're not going to be targeted by either Beijing or the protestors so I wouldn't worry about that. You might want to steer clear of protest sites and stuff so that you don't get caught up in the triad attacks and stuff.

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my lazy ass overstayed Schnegen visa for 20 days. Now I have a flight out of Paris, how likely am I to have problems in the airport? As in, detained, missing my flight, having to pay a fine, etc.

I don't care too much about travelling back to Schengen in the near future.
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America wasn't always an independent nation. The original plan was for it to be just an expansion of Britain, but then the wypipo who settled in were like "fuck this shit, we wanna be our own country, get fucked brits." Brits are just salty that they don't get to own the massive piece of land that is America.
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I wonder which has a better quality of life, everyday living in Bolivia, or being jailed in Europe.
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Newsflash, it's not just Brit's. Everyone hates Amerifats.
As >>1656119 said, any sane person hates Americunts
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Americans are beloved worldwide. Infact they are so lovely that even after the horrific war in which hundreds of thousands of civilians died in this country of vietnam at the hands of american invaders just 60 years ago, they are the most loved and admired foreigner or tourist. I've concluded a long time ago that the only people who hate americans are the countries that had to beg for USA to save them from germans and soviets!

What’s the best way in preparing your gut for traveling to shitholes so I won’t have explosive diarrhea on day 1?
don't be super sterile or clean - have pets at home, eat food that drops on table from your plate, don't wipe whole kitchen with alcohol/vinegar, eat probiotic food.
Avoid ice and sketchy food on the day one, but slowly introduce it to your diet. If you're afraid you might get sick, add loads of chilli or garlic.
Drink those little Yakut yogurt things after every sketchy meal. Don’t bother with them once you’ve got the shits tho.
I had full-blown amoebic dysentery last month after having to wade through a flooded street in Dhaka. I spent the worst week of my life feeling like a bathtub with the plug pulled out. But then I started doxycycline for malaria and I’m pretty sure that cured the dysentery, don’t quote me on that though.
You can ask your travel doctor for panic-button kill-every-microbe-in-my-body antibodies before you go.
Do it gradually to avoid getting sick. You need to slowly build up your immune system.
Here's what I usually do over a span of 3 weeks before I travel. Each step lasts about 3-4 days before I move on to the next;

>Drink milk products with added bacteria culture (Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG)
>Stop washing hands after urinating
>Stop washing hands after shitting
>Touch the outer area of urinals in public bathrooms with your hands (without washing)
>Touch the inner area of urinals in public bathrooms with your hands
>Touch the inner area of urinals in public bathrooms with your hands (and lightly touch your tongue afterwards)
>Lick door handles in public areas

I've never gotten sick when traveling to third world countries.
Yeah I read this on WebMD and was skeptical at first but it really seems to work.
You’ll get pinworms of course but that means you’ll fit right in when you arrive to the shithole.

Rural Tokyo spots edition
"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.

*JR Pass*
Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary.
Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options:
>7 day Pass: 29,110¥ (approximately a Tokyo-Kyoto round-trip bullet train trip)
>14 day Pass: 46,390¥
>21 day Pass: 59,350¥

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I'd rather be in dry Arizona heat, I dont like this muggy heat and walking around all day have to use sunblock and stuff I dont bother with in AZ
Question for my /fa/ niggas out here: I'm a 183cm/70kg guy and I want to purchase some clothes in Japan (I don't want to bring a huge luggage), will I find clothes that fit me at Uniqlo? Any place where can I buy nice and non-expensive clothes? (In Tokyo or Osaka btw)
>flight to Japan from my home town is ~600 euro
>decide move to Japan for work since I can foot the bill for ~600 euro once a year to visit my parents/family/friends for christmas
>moved to Japan
>begin planning Christmas vacation back home
>prices are more than double (~1400 euro) to go from Tokyo to my hometown
>same price throughout the whole year (it's not a Christmas/holidays price)
>if I do the other way around (home -> Japan) the price goes back to ~600 euro
What the fuck? Did I just get jewed hard? Am I stuck on this island forever now?
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looks like you'll have to visit every other xmas
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180cm/85kg fatty here. I found some really cheap sweaters at Uniqlo that fit me like a glove. The selection is huge, there are definitely some that will fit you.

Asking this again, still have a lot of time to make a good map:
Have you guys camped or wild camped in Japan before? If yes, could you show me on google maps where you have camped? You can also show other campgrounds that are near train stations. I want to make a map of "accessible" campgrounds that you can reach without a car or a 40 minute bus ride (on a bus that only drives three times per day). I have wild camped in a few places before, but that info is no use to me now because I obviously want to see new places during my next trip. I have already found a good number of campsites which are close to train stations or some that are literally right next to them.

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What are your favorite parts of Germany?
I'm going to Berlin this year, but next year I want to go back and maybe do a Frankfurt+ Freiburg im Breisgau trip.
Keep in mind that from New York, there are only direct flights to Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich. I know 4chan doesn't seem to like Frankfurt very much, but I'm the type that can have fun anywhere as long as there are good restaurants and bars.
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I had my fare ticket on me about 90% of the time just in case, but I realized everyone getting on never swiped at the card reader and just sat down
Thinking about going to Düsseldorf. Is there a night scene there? Or should I just go to Berlin or Frankfurt?
The whole of western Germany is boring and dull. Why travel there for nightlife? Might as well stay home
Dude I'll be in Harmanssburg near Celle in early October too! My cousins getting married the last day of September. And I'm in berlin from the 7th to 12th, after going to oktoberfest in münchen.
>I had my fare ticket on me about 90% of the time just in case, but I realized everyone getting on never swiped at the card reader and just sat down

Because commuters and students have passes, duh.

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The 10 sites are spread among seven municipalities, with two municipalities figuring twice: Schaerbeek (thanks to North Station) and Anderlecht, which let’s be fair, is larger than the others.
when are they gonna clean it up? i'm visitng soon. they better hurry.

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Last night, I met an Italian girl travelling in my Scandi country. Scandinavian people are generally not very social, or spirited, or adventerous, so I was quite taken by this girl. She has spent the last 2 weeks driving all over the country, sightseeing and partying, not even planning out a route or places to sleep. She seemed wild, spirited, and crazy, like she was living enough for 10 people. She reminded me how bored I am of my life, as a 24yo student stuck at home.

I have almost never left my home country, or even city, and I wish to change that. However, I am a black man, and would like not to get unnecessarily harrassed or abused by authorities, or by the natives. Any other black anons here? What places have you been? What places do you recommend for sightseeing? For partying? For spending time alone?
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>guy was born in norway, speaks norwegian and has lived in norway his entire life
>hurr go back
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>Gee, I wonder what continent he could be from!
Same here

>implying there are no genetic race differences
Look, I don't hate anyone, but I'd by far prefer Europe to stay European. Any normal human being would want the people around them to look and behave like themselves too, so he should go back, diversity all too often turns ugly.
if a pig is born in a stable that doesn't make him a horse.
>muh I move the goalpost and ignore previous argumentations

Look at >>1655761

The whole reason they came here in the first place was economic gain and their generation actively despises their "country of birth" while hyping up their shit hole. Forming a parallel society, because of heritage (which is fucking ironic isn’t it?) Look at fucking Moroccans and Turks in my western euro country, not to mention the blacks constantly complaining about muh discrimination as if they are entitled to a place in an ethnically white society when they were told to move back after the 70's but stayed and even brought their families over. Fuck you, you disingenuous, ignorant American piece of shite.

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