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Is it weird that I enjoy plane turbulence?
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I have no problem with turbulences because its easier for me to sleep.
The scariest moment for me was when suddenly the engines turned off/ restarted in mid air. I can still remember the fear in everyone eyes when the plane went completely quiet for 20-60seconds.
OP, I enjoy it for a little while, I must say I agree. But, it can be mildly swaying, and at other times there's a nice slamming down action that will slosh your drink. If it's meal service, or you really did want to nurse that drink with ice, or that nice glass of wine for a while, forget it.

>>riding on those short jets, at night, light rain with heavy winds
>honestly pure fucking suffering and I have to go through it more often than not coming back to my home state.
>big planes rarely get to that level of bumpy
Yea, a little turbo prop bombardier to a second tier airport can get the kind of turbulence no one really can do anything about but detest it. Pilots rarely slow down or change altitude when on a schedule like they have nowadays.
When i was a kid we would fly 20 hours to visit family almost every year and i used to hope there would be turbulence because i found it fun. Now all i want is a nice peaceful, calm journey
It helps me fall asleep if it's not super rough. I feel like a baby being cradled to sleep
Yes, it makes hopeful that the plane will crash and that someone may play me in the discovery channel documentary about it.

Has anyone around here some experience with surfcamps?
I‘m about to do a stop in Indonesia for a month during my trip through Asia. My first destination is Bali and since i‘ve never surfed before i‘m thinking about booking one of these camps like kimasurf. Is it worth it?

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Los Angeles is just 500 square miles of houses and sad people pretending to be happy. Truth to this?
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maybe i'm wrong but i don't know if i agree with this. i probably could go to a smaller city and make just as much dough but i love walking the same paths my heroes walked. i love saying i do this job in this place. i don't want to sound arrogant but there have been multiple TV shows, books, and movies about what i do for work and where i do it, and for whatever reason that means something to me.... i also love really love city life and subway commuting.
Also agree, but I have a niche hobby and NYC is one of the best places in the world to meet smart people who I can talk to about it
No. Not Mexican. Chicago weather sucks for the most part.
Wtf it is that you do?
New York is a tolerable cold. Chicago cold is literally hazardous to your health. Don't have to be a mexicunt to not want to have to stay indoors for 6 months out of the year

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Considering traveling on my own for the first time to Spain. I'm American living in Florida and have only travelled before to Canada and Bahamas with family / friends. Was thinking of doing a couple cities / towns in Spain over a 2-3 week period. I have family in Santander so would like to stop there. What is the cheapest and most efficient way to travel around ? Train pass ? I was looking at Euro Rail and don't really understand the travel days thing. I'm into drinking and old buildings and stuff. Was also considering maybe visiting a whiskeria while I'm there. Any advice ? Thanks.

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Which cities in America have the most attractive men and women?
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Tempe, AZ for women

Detroit, MI for men
Women in downtown Chicago are fit and attractive in their professional clothing. Everywhere else they're fat and tatted up with neon colored hair
I agree. Lived there 2 years, almost never saw anyone attractive. They're all stressed-out, sick, sleep deprived and generally miserable. They all seem to have bad skin as well. It seems like an unhealthy place.
I can't think of anywhere in the US that stands out as having above-average women, but Montreal Canada has some of the most attractive women I've ever seen and most are above average.
Any place where white people are the majority. Unfortunately, the United States of Mexico no longer applies.

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Hey /trv/, looking to save a bit of money and avoid checking a bag in for my next trip.

I need a backpack I'd be able to stow under the seat, while also having a good enough amount of space to handle a few changes of clothes, electronics and weather gear for a 17 day trip.

Which backpacks do you guys use?
not op

but ive been meaning to ask this, recommendations for bigger luggage? wheeled, duffel bag, crossover between the two? say for 2 week trips?
>under the seat
That's pretty small. I use the Tortuga Setout and while it only fits in the above storage, it's the perfect size. The brand is fucking great and I can't recommend them enough.
>Tortuga Setout
man that's mad expensive

are there any budget options similar that you know of?
I mean what are you expecting here? I don't mean that in a bad way, but do you want something cheap and small just for one or two trips or something to replace your luggage altogether or? 25L? 35L?

You could always do the Tortuga uhhh setout? Their 25L version which is iirc $120. The Dakine Concourse gets good reviews and is a bit cheaper. Basically just go on Google shopping at type in 25L (or whatever size) for backpacking and you'll find better recs. I don't want to recommend stuff I haven't personally tried. I just like mine for the compartments, side opening, comfy and other misc stuff but the price is a little up there.

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I guess this could go on /fa/ but that place is full of teenagers and trolls. You guys are better.
How to dress in Spain so as to not immediately look like a tourist? How do Spaniards dress during the hotter months? I've heard stuff like they don't wear shorts, don't wear tennis shoes and all that.
My wife(CHI) speaks Spanish so we wouldn't be full American tourist-tier, but I don't want to stick out.
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Yes I'm a /fa/ggot and hot a.f. jealous weeb?
Do you own a striped sweater though? Or some FIFA shirts for the summer?
If not Macron should strip you of French citizenship
Those are midwesterners though. They are a separate class of American

I remember stressing about what to wear in Spain

Then immediately after getting off my flight from California to Spain, I met a Spanish guy in a Hollister shirt that says "MALIBU" across the front

Basically just dress fashionably. Skinny jeans, Scotch & Soda shirts.
I would have guessed that Spanish women were in better shape

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I have about 5 days worth of free time in Colorado in the first week of May. Could anybody familiar with some great Colorado scenic camping recommend a place for me to camp out?

Will also take suggestions for general nature spots in Colorado to visit.
There's a great campground up the side of Mt. Elbert with a stunning view of Twin Lakes below
still too cold for most places
try great sand dunes
Ive been to almost 50 countries and the San Luis valley is one of my favorite places on earth. I have no idea what it's like in early May though. I actually flew over it about a week ago and it was covered in snow.
I am in the rockies right now and its cold as fuck
I appreciate this post very much. Seems like the best bet currently, with a warm sleeping bag anyway.

Going to give this one bump and continue monitoring the thread until it 404s.

This thread is about the UAE. Feel free to discuss topics related about:
>tour sites
>trip planning
>attending schools
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As an actual Emirati, If you want to visit a city to experience Arab or Emirati culture or meet nice locals and feel satisfied, DON'T go to Dubai.

Dubai is the bottom tier city if you want experience Emirati or Arab culture because Dubai is one big pile of mess that's mixed with skyscrapers and too many attractions, it's basically a tourist destination.

Dubai isn't a place you want to live in and that's exactly why people feel no emotion in the city when they go there.

The city is mostly comprised of 95% expats and the only locals that live there are there for business interests. Dubai is so bad there is a reason why it's not the capital of the UAE.

If you want to actually visit a good or an okay city in the UAE, you can visit Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Al Ain and so many other cities but never Dubai. Not even a single Emirati permanently lives there because Dubai it's almost impossible to live there with all the insane traffic and heavy security.

Also Emiratis that live in the Emirate of Dubai don't live in the actual city and instead live in older neighborhoods like Al Awir, Jebel Ali, Al Khawaneej or Al Quoz.

Dubai is a city not build for people to live, it's built for cooperate jerks and business men to live there as a safe haven from taxes because the country is almost free from taxes and to make a quick buck from the tourist attractions they build using migrant workers.

Every Emirati i know only go there to buy stuff or have a nice vacation and never in their lives think of permanently living there.

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AD is more conservative.
>Not even a single Emirati permanently lives there

Never go full retard, effendi.
I was talking about the city, not the Emirate. Also
>Jebel Ali
>Al Awir
>Al Quoz
>Al Khawaneej

Read the texts more carefully.

Is Los Angeles truly the only city that has no personality? I get a screamingly blatant NPC vibe from it
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6. MUSE at Staples Center 2013
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7. MUSE at Staples Center 2015
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8. RAT Beach, my favorite beach. Locals only. Don't even try looking it up cause none of you are healthy enough to make the walk
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9. Hiking the Nike Base and enjoying the view of Catalina Island
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10. Sipping a Monster down on the docks

I have 9 days to do something crazy.
Is this crazy?
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I appreciate your posts
Where would you recommend going instead of Mumbai? I don’t really want to stay in Delhi the whole time. I realize India is huge and I’ll have to go back multiple times to see the different regions
picture the smell
that's not crazy, go to Irak
Again, what are you interested in? Nature, weird shit, food? Nine days isn't much time. You could visit a handful of cities in Rajasthan or Himachal and Uttarakhand. But that'd also necessitate more time than you might like to spend in buses or trains.

It's kind of hard to say. If you have a train that ends up getting significantly delayed, you could lose a half-day or entire day.
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>tfw nobody comes to the north east

Come see my buffalos anons

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Hey guys I may go to an exhibition for business to Riyadh. I was with the commercial attache of thr embassy of my country in Saudi Arabia. It will be my first time in Arab, after that I would like to go to Dubai or someplace near. I want to know how safe is the city, avg price of meals and hotels. I only speak spanish (native lenguage), english, bit of french and very little russian. Thanks
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Is homosexuality really as pervasive in SA society as this article implies it is?
Im not sure what your used to but the it gets chilli not freezing. just a jacket will do. but it gets really fucking hot there. i used to walk home from school when i was a kid, it was literal hell.

Riyadh has been getting a lot of rain these years, family members say floods are very common now

yes, there were always gay people there, but they keep to themselves they dont run around and demand rights, they just fuck in there private time.
Oh I see well I was in january in Holland and the cold was pretty heavy with little rain but I survive haha.
Not a gay friendly destination. AVOID!
I've lived there for 6 months and there's really nothing to see there other than big ass malls

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Not the guy you responded to but i went there 2y ago with some friends and we had a good time. Its a really small island tho and the city center is minimal but its quite beautiful both the nature and the old buildings. Plenty of women as well.
Visit Lake Bikal islands. They're full of bearded Russian men who will beat you with gold staffs.
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Rare human-powered roller coasters.

...oh wait, I thought that was Bornholm. Nevermind.
cuck shit

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art school students from Brno, Czech republic coming to Kaunas this May to film a short documentary for our city and the Kaunas university
interested in culture, minorities, architecture
any suggestionss? ideas places etc

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Any tips for my first upcoming solo travel?
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Fellow solo traveler here, visiting Hong Kong at the moment. Go to a place with decent touristic infrastructure that interests you, optimally it should have many places you’d want to visit, also where you would be able to communicate with locals on at least a basic level.
My top pick for solo journey is Rome, overwhelming amount of things to see, great food and bars, easy to get around, most of young Italians seem to speak somehow acceptable English
Inside the US (I assume) or outside? Interests? Picking a place with great public transport should be a big factor, at least for me.

That's a pretty open question though, what kind of stuff are you into? For me personally I like to do a lot of solo travel inside the US since I can hop on a plane to meetings when time arises. My favorite movie The Fugitive was filmed in Chicago so last week I spent 6 days going to every film location and random stuff to keep me busy, gotta find whatever makes you want to get out there and travel
Not OP but:

Any tips for someone who would get anxious alone?
I'm not the most social type of person and I don't expect to meet other people while travelling. It seems everyone on this board is extroverted to at least some degree.
ikea test?

It is. Travelling together will either cement a friendship or destroy it. Do it ayor.

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