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What is foreign travel like for non English speakers?

A person who only speaks English can travel to almost anywhere with relying on others knowing slight English but how would it be for a non English mono language person?
Die you fucking Barneyfag
fucking die
Got any Bits?
English is ez mode, you can find someone anywhere who speaks it

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I have to live in the USA for the next 2 years on $1,500 per month. Where would you go?
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Oklahoma. We're dirt cheap, my house currently runs me $300/month.
>Spend no more than $1,000
>In Seattle
Good luck with that, there are some super efficiency apartments for less than $1k, but the competition for them is pretty fierce (I used to live in one).
The only way to reliably spend less than $1k on rent is to split a place with a roommate in one of the cheaper neighborhoods.
Right, if you want to live comfortably, somewhere in the heartland
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live in pic related and avoid the city
Pick a flyover shithole (anywhere in the middle of America), you can't live in any of the nice cities here on 1500

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Non-autistic maps edition.
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Don't worry about Singapore and Japan, they're incredibly easy mode countries. Don't forget to go slightly outside of the city in Singapore to be in a completely different rainforest environment, separate vibe - check out Pulau Ubin.

Also, Iceland is the simplest country to plan for but really beautiful; there's only really one road, you take it around the whole country, and that's it. Go in summer though or you won't see shit.
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Thanks navy
I've been there 11 times already, so clearly good enough to keep coming back.
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My upbringing was weird and I don't have anywhere that I'd call 'home'
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I'll stick with my autistic map thanks

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If I travel alone, am I supposed to post on social media about it?
Did my travel really happen if no one knows about it?
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My coworkers notice my absence so they ask me about where I've been and where I'm going. But I really don't see the point of actively using social media.
>counting likes
Degenerate attention whore
>>not seeing the irony
>If I travel alone, am I supposed to post on social media about it?

>me and my friend travel to Ukraine and Georgia
>during the whole trip neither of us take selfies
>neither of us takes pics of the other
>realize it waiting to board in Kiev to fly home
>have a stranger snap a pic of us

I take pics of cool shit on vacation, not of myself. I know what I, or the people I am with, look like.

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has myanmar been ruined by tourism yet?

I heard people actually used to return lost money
It’s pretty much untouched with 0 tourist infrastructure. Nobody speaks English. It’s an experience, wouldn’t go back.
Even the most touristy spots like Inle and bagan weren't that crowded compared to let's say Halong bay or Angkor which both felt like disneyworld. Go before it's too late, their currency took a dip so it's pretty cheap now. I've met the most genuinely kind people there.
Have a chance to stay there for about a month with a family member who is working in Yangon, will I run out of stuff to do? Also how hard is traveling to different cities inside the country?

I'm a student (20 years), and I'm taking a gap year. I was intrested on working on a cruise for 6 months, what kind of job can i do on a cruise without a degree in marketing sales or so. I've looked at bartender resumes but you need to have 2 years exoerience. so any tips to find a job on a cruisehips for 6 months? currently i'm studying engineering if that helps
A big chunk of cruise ship jobs are unskilled gruntwork. Housekeeping, Porter, dining room, laundry, etc. It takes a small army of people to keep those ships clean.
Contact a cruise line and ask them if they have anything available? They usually hire 3rd worlders for unskilled positions. If you're studying mechanical engineering, they usually have one of them on board I think.
You may need to get a Z card.
He would need to get a Z card as well as a stack of other documents and certificationd to work on the engineering crew. That's not a gap year job, that's a profession. That being said, big cruise ships have a lot of entertainment going on and that involves rigging lights, sound systems, big video displays, etc.
All the major cruise lines have hitting fairs, it's best for OP to just go NJ with his resume and see what jobs he's eligible for.
>hitting fairs
Fuck me, HIRING fairs.

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Going to the Boston area for work, specifically Peabody/Salem area.

Never been, weather is supposed to be shit the whole time. Any ideas for fun stuff to do? I like dive bars, cheap food, and art.

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I mean, I was disappointed with HostelWorld evaluations, so this time I'm backpacking in Mexico, I put only good evaluated Booking.com hostels. The result? This is my very first night Mexico City in the best hostel according with Booking.com (plus HostelWorld - I crossed the data), a +9, and IT IS FUCKING TERRIBLE! It is hot as fuck, no air conditioning and we cannot open the window because there is a fucking party going on the roof.
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This, plus you can cook your own food. Eating out is fun and all but you get sick of eating out every day for weeks or months.

This, though I personally always avoid hostels that have a bar attached. If there's good common room facilities like a pool table that's usually all you need for randoms to be social.
>not part of a chain
The best hostels I've had have always been HI hostels, to be fair.
Last time I got a non-HI hostel it was like a prison. The room didnt even have a fucking window. To each their own though, there are some fucking dodgy chains I always avoid like the plague.
I like to stay in memorable places, as opposed to a box shaped room inside a bigger boxed building. I stayed for cheap at a hostel that was an old mansion in Panama City. Kex Hostel in Iceland used to be a cracker factory, has live music almost nightly, and the whole place is a fucking trip and a half. Just a couple examples off the top of my head. You can see how one might enjoy that more than a Hotel 8, or even a mid-tier hotel.
this. bars are shitty because they stop you from bringing drinks from the corner market

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What are some states that you think one day in the future will secede or change entirely geographically?

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I happen to be in Genoa next week. Any experiences? Any tips? I paint and draw/visit museums/go out.
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Certainly not by American standards.

This. Genova was the richest city of the Mediterranean back when Venice was still an insignificant swamp. There's an atmosphere of dilapidated wealth, which means tons of interesting places to see and no mass tourism.
>atmosphere of dilapidated wealth
This is why I love Naples and Budapest. I a total sucker for this kind of atmosphere.
I spent 10 days there, and I have to tell you, that city sucks. HOWEVER, the good news is this: Savona is a short trip north and it is way friendlier, and Cinque Terre is a reasonable train distance south. Spend a maximum of 3 days in Genoa and you will have seen everything there is to see.
Go anywhere nice to eat?

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I'm going to Turkey in a week or so for the first time.

I definitely plan on visiting Cappadocia region and spending some time in the capital. What are the must-do things in Istanbul other than visiting the major sights like Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, etc.? Is food better on the Asian side or the European side? Any general Turkey tips?

How long do you need to stay in Pamukkale to see everything?
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>spending some time in the capital
Why would you do that, literally any other big city in turkey is better than ankara. Go and see ephesus instead.
What's wrong with Ankara?
I haven’t been there in decades but last I looked it’s a gross (relatively) Euro trash resort.
It is just an artificial capital, like brussels without historic crap. Just few big malls and grave of ataturk.
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I meant to type old capital aka Istanbul

>Go and see ephesus instead
Is it feasible to see that and Pamukkale in the same day or do they deserve their own dedicated day?

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Working in Western Europe?

I'm a cook. I'm pretty good, but am young and only have experience in local restaurants in my small town.

I'm going to travel to the UK, France, Italy and Germany over the course of a year and want to know if I'll be able to work here and there at a kitchen, or anywhere that I need to, really. Would I start with a stage, working for free until they think I'm good enough to stay? What about all that "work visa" shit? I can get by on German, lesser so on Spanish and will learn French.
Do you have a EU passport? If not it will be difficult.
fuck off we're full
Nah US passport longterm

Just tryin to learn a bit, then dip after a year, maybe a year and a half

Well it's all in the tittle. Share ya dating tips to an ignorant future traveller
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t. fat white woman
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>This thread
If I'm getting laid and getting dates off tinder in my home country (Australia) will Vietnam be easy?

Are they conservative? I'm pretty forward when it comes to chicks

I'm white and 6'2
You're white and 6'2 should do it all.

I am 6'3 and white and married to an Thai Woman. (No we didn't met in Asia)

Anyway everytime we are in Asia I am getting seriously molested or flirted on just for my size and skin color. So it shouldn't be a problem.
define seriously molested or flirted on

I'd say I do pretty good out there, but I've maybe only ever once had someone approach me

I'm not questioning you. I'm just trying to gauge myself. maybe I'm fucking ugly, bro. or king of manlets

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I get that Paris is beautiful and all, but I'm more interested in the reality of French life outside of Parisian marketing and Francophile romance. If you've gone off the tourist circuit and been to lower income areas, please share your experiences.

> what do alcoholics drink?
> are RYO cigarettes more common than packs of ready made cigarettes?
> have you ever eaten at a tabac - was it any good?
> are prostitutes common, or it is a stereotype?
> does anyone talk about Algeria, the Congo or any other part of the the Francophonie?
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Tbf if they don’t have education, it wouldn’t be farfetched to say foreigners are stealing their job because they probably do unskilled labor
Why are you, some Midwestern yokel, info dumping the details of life in your midwestern backwater and passing it off as the distillation of American life?

No one wants to read that, and you look like a retarded ethnocentric.
News flash asshole, you can't "walk between cities" in any fucking country.
Wait... the elderly are becoming prostitutes?

Is there a current influx of immigrants from Algeria, Morocco, or any country in particular.

It's kind of disappointing to hear about self-segregation in France. I though the L.E.F. motto was ingrained into their pysche, but maybe people are about the same the world over.
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>that's a weird question. Not really why?
not him (and american) but I thought that algeria would still be perceived differently. does an average frenchman not know much about the algerian war?
>Wait... the elderly are becoming prostitutes?

No, they are times when there were only French. With the internet and since Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia etc ... are in the EU, the news prostitute is mostly foreign.

Anyone noticed this?
I’m british and since I learned chinese and got familiar with some different asian cultures in past years i noticed this.

Designer goods are extremely prevent in asia, way more than here in europe. Japan was the country least obsessed with them but women particularly still enjoy them.
China was the eorst bordering on vulgarity with designer goods and how they wore it all.

Another thing is social media. I know it’s popular everywhere, but it seems in asia a lot of people use it to gain face in a different way to how i’ve seen elsewhere. Mostly again by showing off clothes and goods in a very obvious way(vs holidays and activities which is most common here in Europe i noticed).

Why is this? I dated some asian women snd for sure this is more prevelent behaviour, good in some ways as they care for their appearance a lot.
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Arsemad Asian
I was in a chinese monastery (rural) for a month and it pissed me off so much how many locals had cameras in my face.

Ive heard people in china only go on vacation to tell people that they did. I want to go to big parks in China but I cant imagine they’d be filled with fellow hikers, just selfie hunters. Does anyone know for sure?
>be poor for generations
>suddenly get rich
>act out the "new money" meme
you were expecting?
this, they survived marxism, now they are immune
Yeah, they're only recently rich, gross displays of wealth are still socially important for them.

The way we do it is by showing off travel photos on instagram or facebook or whatever.

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