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Is this rightful German clay worth visiting?
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How brainwashed are you to believe that?

Lithuanian nationalism can be cute but does have its autistic aspects.
Its nothing more than the gateway to the Curonian Spit
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>Have never been German

Anon I-

You may not be German but Memel is/should be and will be again. How does it make you feel that I will be flying into your country listening to Erika on my headphones?
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Don't forget to spend your cash at Klaipėda tourist traps and werhmaboos points like where Hitler gave speech and keep believing incel monks will return to Klaipėda
>Implying I'm not a poorfag

Gotcha anon. Can still slip it in a few of your beautiful young blonde beauties gagging for Aryan cock.

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How long do you guys think I can travel the world with $100,000 USD? I'll be staying in hostels, not drinking excessively, and not purchasing "big" trinkets or things to lug around.

I want to stop in
>Norway (expensive, I know. Was there once already)
>South Africa

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Skinny Fantano?
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5 years is doable but only if you spend more time in cheap countries like east europe and africa. If you plan to stay a year in Netherlands you won't make it.
My average is 22k a year.
I still have 70k in cash right now and plan to make 3 more years with it.

That's a shit advice.
I have bitcoins, bought my first in 2013 during the pump to 1.2k. I cashed out a large part and made a big profit. I still have ETH and waiting for alts pump.
But gambling all your money instead of enjoying it is a huge mistake.
OP you should still buy a few thousands worth though.

This is right. I always come back home a few months after a 6 months trip.


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Stay in Airbnbs and you could make it work your whole life especially if you stay in sea for awhile
>waiting for alts pump.
alts are dead m8
>what is Chainlink

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Sup y'all,

Burger here. I'm about to spend 6 months in the Middle East for work. I'll be returning to the US around January and I'd like to spend about a month travelling.

Where would be the best place to go? I feel as if Europe would be pretty lame during the winter months and I'm not interested in going to nipland.

Maybe South America/Australia/New Zealand?
It depends of what are you looking for.
Want to go to warm places/beaches? Go to SEA or anywhere below the equator.
Do you like skiing/snow? Go to the Alps.
Not an expert of Middle Europe but I think there isn't much to do there in winter.

how do i get out of china if i've been banned from leaving?
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Never mind, I googled it. No idea how accurate it is:

>Aliens overstaying the visa or residence permit for a short period will be given a warning and be required to pay a fine. Usually, the penalty is CNY500 per day not to exceed CNY10,000.
So that's less than $1500 USD. That's not exactly cheap, but it's not exactly life-ruining.

>If one overstays the visa for a significant period, usually over one month, he might be put into a detention camp for 5 to 15 days and repatriated to his home country. It's possible he will be blacklisted, which will affect his re-entry to China, and he may be prohibited from entering the country for ten years. In addition to this, it might also influence one's visa application for other countries.
If you stay way too long, then you get kicked out for free, and banned for 10 years. If something like this happens to you, chances are you wouldn't want to go back anyway.
Ins't the ban of leaving the country enforced only on Chinese citizens?
I wish they'd do it more often if that were the case.
>Do people actually get fired in the Asian workforce? I thought they just bully the hell out of the workers until they can't take it anymore and resign.
No point bullying someone to do something if they're shit at doing it.
They bully (use up) the ones that can work but are being difficult about getting paid on time and given what they were promised. The ones that are actually shit teachers just get fired and quickly too. The criteria is that if parents/children are complaining about your classes, you're likely to be fired (unless you quit first and get a different job).

>I had to write an apology letter to the boss and take a picture with them
It's nearly always a verbal warning if you only overstayed a day or two and there's no reason for them to think you did it deliberately. They'll accept any half-arsed excuse provided you have one and it's only a day or two. It's guys staying a week+ or whole months that they really care about.

>get kicked out for free, and banned for 10 years
I've had some overstay twice and can still get visas. The basic rule is that if you're fined and you pay the fine, you're given a temporary visa to depart and then allowed to get a new visa. If you can't or won't pay the fine, then you're banned.
if you're still in china and still lurking this thread, here:

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A friend of mine and I are travelling to Riga for a concert.
We'll be staying there for 6 nights, so I'm looking for some extra stuff to do there aside the regular museums and churches.
Also, anything specific to avoid?
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>implying Jūrmala is less crowded

Take the train to it btw, do not go by car

Also Lido on Krasta iela is gr8
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Would advice against it, as driving in Riga is pretty difficult and the "highways" are narrow and/or shitty. Public transport is good enough anyway.
Cesis is alright, and Sigulda/Turaida is worth visiting for the nature, especially in autumn.

I definitely can vouch for how shitty Latvian drivers are. Something about the roads too. Tied with the Spanish for my most hated drivers in all of Europe.
I have Latvian family and want to disagree, but a friend of my family (who's basically an ersatz grandfather due to living with my grandmother) has driven a beaten-up mid-90s Volvo with a Wunderbaum in the window at 110 down a gravel road with one hand while talking (with four kids in the car as well), so I don't think I have the right to say anything.
I come from a place famed for shitty and aggressive driving so I'm not really worried about that.
How is the night life over there? Good places to get hammered?

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What hobbies do you take with you when traveling? Is it more a case of just enjoying the hobby and not wanting to quit doing it during the time you are traveling, or do you seek out fellow hobbiests to meet , or use the hobby to attract attention as an "ice breaker" to meeting people?

I've taken up LED poi since last year, taken them on a few trips. Have not yet used them as a meet up tool with other hobbyists, but I've enjoyed spinning in different places, and have met some people who came up to ask what I was doing, and could they try it.
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Sociology, Liberal Arts, and Philosophy.

It's like the antithesis to STEM.
its a skateboarding forum to nerd out on skateboarding.

what.... no
I like visiting art galleries and farmer's markets, comic book stores too, big cities tend to have stuff I can't get at home
I bring my nylon string guitar, it can be a bit of a hassle sometimes but its worth it for me. I never play in front of people because I'm not really into that sort of thing but I'd always play with other musicians if i get the chance, kinda rare though.
you retard kek

i was planning on visiting a lot of parts of france, but after seeing this thread i'm honestly hesitant
is this really true?
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Sorry I will not feed that Jerry
what are they? the moroccan stereotypes on the French.
my buddy is going to France this summer, I'm really looking forward to what he says it's like.
If he is a /pol/ virgin he will go nuts at the beaches and topless women.
He's in his 50s so I'm pretty sure he wont.

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>go to based Europe
>Awesome hsr unlike in America because of oil
>Based culture unlike America and burgers
>Friendly based people unlike gun nuts and Republicans
>Get back home to my stupid home in California where I have to pay 10000 a month in morgate because that's the American way
>Will be in debt till I die in healthcare and student loans
>This is the price of freedom

Why is Europe(UK specifically) so based compared to us?
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>go to korea
>great culture, great bars and resteraunts, hot girls, treated like a king
>go to japan
>white weebs everywhere, japs hate you for ruining their country, food taste like paint thinner, everything is americanized touristic trash
This thread is now a weeaboo/koreaboo shit posting thread
As a Swede I get triggered by this comment.
Nice travel thread
>"culture" is so fake even Disney land or a theme park seems more realistic, culture is only in small ass towns with nothing to do outside a small pub or restaurant
lmao please elaborate, I'm very interested in your train of thought

What’s it like to visit as a white man?
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Jesus, people shouldn’t be shot for their religious beliefs
I think they crucified him - guns hadn't been invented yet.
What if Jesus had a gun?
That's what money does to you.
I rather not.

Some redditor dude did a tour of Germany. Really cool doku btw.
Anyway, what struck me as really weird is how everyone was welcoming him into their homes like he was their son.
He was using this website apparently:

Now, I'm interested in doing the same thing, but I'm afraid people will just tell me to fuck off, lol. Has anyone used this website before? How hard is it to find accommodation for a night?
Also does anyone know if something like this exists but for motorcyclists?

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Yeah I've used warm showers it's like couch surfing except all the hosts aren't trying to fuck. Not gonna bother watching the video but it's probably accurate.
>Yeah I've used warm showers it's like couch surfing except all the hosts aren't trying to fuck
Is this only if the host is a dude or can I use couch surfing to meet a cute host who wants to let me stay at her place in a cool city and also fuck me?
Important question, someone answer pls.
Thirding this
It's straight men looking to fuck women and gay men looking to fuck other men.

I want to go to Iran one day, I don’t want to be forced to be with a tour group. I was born in the US and can gain Irish citizenship but I’m concerned of flying to Iran and being deported immediately or alternatively of being imprisioned and later saved by Ben Affleck.

How can I have my Irish Passport’s birthplace say the name of the hospital I was born in rather than “NEW YORK”. The town and county are Native American words also, but “St.Joseph” is better.
Just put that as your birthplace. Mine is just the city I was born in and people have no idea where that is and have never asked.
Some countries allow you to change your birthplace just to the city.

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I may be autistic and I'm sure this has been asked before, but what is the point of traveling? If its to see new places, landmarks, food etc. that makes sense to me, but so many people basically describe it as essentially getting drunk in foreign places. How is that so fun its worth your time and money?
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It's fun. That's literally it. If you don't want to do it then why the fuck would you do it?
What's it like being white in Johannesburg?
He's black brah
I'm technically mixed, Afrikaans and Irish with a sprinkling of Malay.

The areas I live and work are mostly white so it's not that really weird. I had more PoC neighbours during my stays in Brooklyn and London lmao
Don't really know how much a "sprinkle" is but you sound pretty white to me desu.
Of course
Damn I thought the londonistan meme was only a meme

I’m planning on going to Boston for a week with my family. What are some thing to do that aren’t too touristy? I am really into shops and book shops that sell interesting things. Also any suggestions nice restaurants would also be appreciated.
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if the weather is nice, take some food and sit down in the grass or on a bench at the Charles River Esplanade, Boston side. You get there by crossing the highway between back bay (the neighborhood) and THE back bay (the body of water) - there are a couple footbridges. it's a grass strip that sits between the road and the water. very pretty view, lots of sailboats out on the water, amazing sunsets
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USS Constitution
Portland Maine is terribly overrated what time of year are you going? Also newicks is king of seafood
ISG Museum is a fair shout

Do you guys ever look up your old vacation spots on google maps/streetview and go through them nostalgically, and go through all your old photos?

Or do you try to move on to the next trip and avoid looking back?
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BRB, gunna look on Google maps street view and look at North Western italy when I went there half a year ago. Good fucking memories, cheers OP, you faggot.
Isn’t this why people take photos.

Every time I have to move photos around, I trip out a little on the ones I’ve already saved. Here’s one
Yes, I also do it to places I used to live. A lot of times I do just to see how much things have changes since I was last there.
Is that Ston in Croatia?
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No, but I arrange all my travel photos into folders on my Google drive and I go through them fairly often.

Pic related one of my favs

I have 2 weeks to spend in the middle east, my first week will be in Jordan, however am wondering how to split the second week in between Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Syria.

Any tips?

I quite like nightlife and love meeting people at hostels, so I imagine Tel Aviv is probably best, but have heard good things about Beirut too. Also the history/culture in Cairo/Damascus is appealing
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Maybe hold off on the Syria trip for a little bit.

To be fair, Tartus and Latakia are very stable regions of Syria with quite nice beaches and several good hotals. They are also very cheap and you can get major deals on the hotels due to the lack of the people visiting.

Actually quite a few Ukranians and Russians go on holiday there.
>I quite like nightlife and love meeting people at hostels, so I imagine Tel Aviv is probably best, but have heard good things about Beirut too.
Tel Aviv will certainly have more crowded hostels, and very solid nightlife, but there are some absolutely incredible bars and clubs in Beirut if you are interested in that sort of thing, and there's a lot of interesting, weird civil-war-themed nighlife. This place was cool a few years ago: https://www.afar.com/places/b-018-night-club-jisr. And a buddy of mine says that he went to a disco in a missile silo, but if that's true I missed it.

Regarding Damascus, it's a really cool, historic city, but all of Syria is a mess. I was there in the 90s when it was a peaceful brutal dictatorship, and the city was really charming and cost nothing. It evidently maintained order and peace throughout the war, too, but I wouldn't personally hurry back to Syria, not least because I go to the US a lot and I imagine border protection will have questions about those stamps.

>I don't know what the current state of passport-stamp-cold-war is, either... If you go to Lebanon, maybe you won't be able to get into Israel afterwards? Maybe vice-versa too, although the Israelis don't usually stamp directly on the passport anymore? God knows what the deal is with Syria......

My info is obviously old, though--I wasn't there during or after recent conflicts. Just my opinions.
Israel doesn't stamp your passport and you might seem suspicious if you come from other me countries so you could go there first maybe
t. has only ever traveled to israel out of all of middle east
A week in Jordan honestly sounds like a nightmare to me. The whole country looked the exact same imo.

Israel has a lot of shit to see like Jerusalem and is more interesting.

I've never been to Egypt, but you could probably squeeze in a 2-3 day trip to Cairo just to see the pyramids and the other egyptian shit

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