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Would you live here? Assuming you got a cool, well paying job and had the 30% ruling? Would living in Amsterdam be worth it?
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>>2148370
You need to lose some weight anyway, anon. This is a wake-up call.
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>>2148449
You can be normal or skelly and still be hungry after 8:00pm.
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>>2148370
Cook food. Or prepare food that you don't have to cook, before 20:00

Are you retarded?
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>>2148540
Actually, yeah I'm retarded. I forgot that the thread was about *living* in Amsterdam, not visiting it as a tourist. Of course I can learn to adapt if I was living there full-time.
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Too much mayonnaise and joppiesaus. I don't think I can do it.

Is there cool things to do in Ulaanbatar or is it just worth visiting for the countryside? Can I coom in Mongolian women?
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>>2148537
What happens when yellow mixed with black?
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>>2148551
mutt
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What's with those constant threads about Mongolia on here?
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>>2148214
>BTFOs WMAF
holy shit centuries later and Mongolians remain the most based of the race. We need some fucking Mongolians in America to teach some of these Asian "men" how to steppe up.
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>>2148577
I was expecting Canadian but oh well. I guess Californians came close after all.

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Sup travelers,

I have a few days in Helsinki for work. Looking for suggestions, particularly:

-cheap food, especially Chinese food
-comfy neighborhoods to wander around in
-flea markets
-good photo spots

Any suggestions?
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>>2146445
For the glory of CPC
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>cheap food
The supermarket, restaurants are expensive in Finland. My top pick in Helsinki is salmon soup in Merimakasiini, the smaller one fills you up and the big one can fill up a fisherman's bucket. Chinese costs the same as everything else and those are all around.
>Comfy neighborhoods to wander
It is the most uncomfortable time to wander anywhere but give Kallio and Punavuori a visit as above anon said. No place in Helsinki is dangerous if you are not an idiot and don't look like you would be easy to hustle.
>Photo spots
Central railway station stone men, verkkokauppa pissing man statue, Tuomiokirkko, kolmen sepän patsas, Keran hallit Mural walls and Pasila street art spots.
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Noodle Master in Etu-Töölö.
Chengdu in Kulosaari.
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>>2146111
At the harbor where you can take ferries to some over selled fortress they have some great food stands. Can recommend those.
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You should take the boat to that city right across Helsinki that's the capital of Estonia. Might as well if you're there no?

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Took this pic of Toronto from across Lake Ontario at Fort Niagara.

What is this magical place like? Now that the border's back open should I go there?
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>>2142932
its terrifying as a boomer from the 80s to see spadina st now ...
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>>2148213
This pic is old enough to be some anon's mother.
Toronto looks cool enough from a distance, ugly and soulless up close outside of a few streetcar/ethnic/hipster neighbourhoods. I wouldn't really recommend visiting unless you're from northern Ontario or maybe Buffalo/NFNY. Visiting from Sudbury as a kid it felt like the centre of the universe. One of the most diverse food cities in the world if that's your thing.
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>>2147867
I hope for floods and fires for your mediocre province.

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Which megacity was the best (and the worst) out of those you visited?

By megacity, I mean over 5 million population.
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>>2139771
>>Mexico City
>Just meh. It's my hometown so it's nothing great to me. Definitely had soul but when compared to cities other places I feel it's wasted potential.

Lol in what way this shithole has "soul"?
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>>2140377
>a spontaneous dance just broke out among the passangers.

That never happens at all in Istanbul lmfao

The only culture in Istanbul is mall culture, homeless vagrant culture and shitty twinks/bears club culture lol
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>>2139709
Ew.
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>>2141476
St Petersburg is more European than Moscow LOL
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>>2148508
Some has to add this in Google Maps about Attractions in NYC

I will have $1000 USD to go to Vegas for work in April. I can spend this money as I see fit. Assuming my flights cost around $300, how luxurious a time can I have if I’m staying 3 nights? I’ve never been before.
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>>2148121
It's not really about hotels. I'm more curious about what to do? What to eat, etc?
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>>2148123
My point was that a huge portion of that $1000 is going towards the hotel. Unless you stay at some destitute inn in the barrios you'll be forking over $150 to $200 a night, leaving you with $150 to 0 to spend. How have people like you this bad at money managed to live so long?
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>>2147919
You're gonna need more than that if you wanna have fun. But you could always wonder around if not
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>>2147919
Get bottle service at a club and enjoy the night.
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>>2148123

Well there's world-class food both on and off-Strip. Lots of outstanding Korean BBQ. Obviously if gambling is your thing, set aside an amount of money you don't mind losing. There's also Battlefield Vegas if you're looking for that JFK experience. The Pinball Hall of Fame is there if you're looking for entertainment without gambling. Uhhhh Freemont St. is fun because it's even more degenerate than the Strip. It also attracts a seedier element since it's cheaper than hopping the Strip.

Thinking of taking advantage of Argentina's inflation problem for a cheap vacation where I will live like a pleb king for a month or two

Any tips? Things to see? Things to watch out for? Is Spanish a requirement or can you get along fine with English?

Seems like an ideal place to monger and wine/dine
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>>2147408
Based
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In Buenos Aires you should avoid completely Microcentro and Conurbano, La Boca (Caminito) just for security reasons and that there is always protest, your best shots could be Palermo, Recoleta, Puerto Madero and Tigre many places are prepared for tourist and can speak english. Sorry for the grammar errors, i am from there and YES is a SHITHOLE ruled by fucking pseudo commies that dont understand the basics of economics. PS: GET ME OUT OF HEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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Another good recommendation can be to avoid Taxis, they try to scamm you just for being a tourist (charging you extra or swapping the money you give them with false money and saying you gave them that false money)
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>>2147564
Dont ever relax
That applies to every inch of argentina
t. argentinian
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>>2148514
uber maybe
has the extra perk of making tax*stas seethe in pure rage
if youre feeling adventurous you can try the busses

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I'm gonna be in NYC for a weekend at christmas time, ive never really been before (passed through and was able to literally walk through times square and look at the empire state building). Whats worth seeing, and is there anything christmassy i should see?
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christmasy stuff is 5th avenue. Rockefeller plaza, Radio City Music hall, maybe central park.

i had sex at a hostel... the hostel is in California, seems like amsterdam,
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How?

What regions/cities/states/towns/metro areas in the US are hotbeds for Cluster B/Dark Triad people?
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>>2148392
Washington, DC is the pinnacle of this. Dummies will say it’s NYC but DC is worse because NY’s dark triads are finance guys only whereas in DC it’s govt employees, contractor employees, finance guys, elected officials and their campaigns, you got NIH there too, and all these types attract more dark triads.

For instance, if you’ve ever met a campaign staffer (not an intern), especially someone like a speech writer or a low-level elected official, they hit all marks on dark tried. DC has more positions for contractor engineers at places like Northrop, Mitre, Raytheon, etc., and people are constantly climbing ladders and stepping on those below them because everyone is from somewhere else. People work in DC for 5-10 years before leaving and so connections are easier to exchange for power. Also, it’s one of the most educated cities in the country, and the top two highest masters degree holding cities are DC suburbs. Where other industries (engineering, finance, medical, etc.) allow Machiavellian power-seizing types, DC also has politics which attracts the absolute worst. The character Dan Egan from the HBO show Veep is essentially the common house fly of this city. And just like in real life, once he climbs as high as he can go and screws over as many people as he can, he goes back to Florida to escape it all.

Lawyers, staffers, politicians, speech writers, political analysts, political journalists, finance, engineering, medical, policy guys, military guys, and more, all here. Number 2 is obviously NYC, and number 3 is probably LA because of movie producer pedophiles. #4 is tied between SF and Chicago, and then as you go more and more down the scale you get more and more failed-dark-triads like the wannabe söyish techies in Austin and Boston and Seattle, with a bigger mixing of proles who aren’t explicitly part of the underclass (like they are in DC, NYC, LA, Chicago)
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>>2148525
>Washington, DC is the pinnacle of this. Dummies will say it’s NYC but DC is worse because NY’s dark triads are finance guys only whereas in DC it’s govt employees, contractor employees, finance guys, elected officials and their campaigns, you got NIH there too, and all these types attract more dark triads.
>For instance, if you’ve ever met a campaign staffer (not an intern), especially someone like a speech writer or a low-level elected official, they hit all marks on dark tried. DC has more positions for contractor engineers at places like Northrop, Mitre, Raytheon, etc., and people are constantly climbing ladders and stepping on those below them because everyone is from somewhere else. People work in DC for 5-10 years before leaving and so connections are easier to exchange for power. Also, it’s one of the most educated cities in the country, and the top two highest masters degree holding cities are DC suburbs. Where other industries (engineering, finance, medical, etc.) allow Machiavellian power-seizing types, DC also has politics which attracts the absolute worst. The character Dan Egan from the HBO show Veep is essentially the common house fly of this city. And just like in real life, once he climbs as high as he can go and screws over as many people as he can, he goes back to Florida to escape it all.
>Lawyers, staffers, politicians, speech writers, political analysts, political journalists, finance, engineering, medical, policy guys, military guys, and more, all here. Number 2 is obviously NYC, and number 3 is probably LA because of movie producer pedophiles. #4 is tied between SF and Chicago, and then as you go more and more down the scale you get more and more failed-dark-triads like the wannabe söyish techies in Austin and Boston and Seattle, with a bigger mixing of proles who aren’t explicitly part of the underclass (like they are in DC, NYC, LA, Chicago)

what about international cities?
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>>2148673
Probably London. Has all the types of people like the other anon said were in DC but also has the finance guys that make NYC such a hotbed.

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Honest thoughts on Australia?
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>>2148242
you can make that 60 dollars for a pack of smokes in ONE HOUR of work with no education of any kind, often with accommodation supplied with the same job. and you're whinging. you're the problem.
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>>2139437
>Buy or rent a little shitbox Toyota, put camping gear in the back, go up/down the entire east coast staying at hostels and national parks along the way
This.

Except for
>national parks along the way
Don’t get a shitbox if you are going to the exception, Fraser Island (K’gari now). Been there many times, either you have a decent 4WD or you will be stuck in sand and everybody will laugh at you, so don’t get a shitbox, get a decent car that can handle the sand and won’t fuck you over. I had a 80 series Toyota and then a 100 series once more recently a few years back. But the island is fantastic for camping. Some of the lakes and creeks are prime locations for picking up backpacker sluts, unbelievably so. Scored my first and second threesome there, and my fifth too. New Years Eve for one of them, it was literally just going down onto the beach and fucking under the stars.
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>>2143665
>I lived there all my life and only just recently moved. Don't get me wrong, it used to be a good place in the past to raise a family and life a comfortable safe life. The problem is, this country has pretty much experienced uninterrupted growth since inception. This makes the population insular, arrogant and docile... the worst combination.
basically this.
I left in 2007 and the country's completely changed into this since then.
Everyone acts like they're "hard done by" yet they're all tradesmen and construction workers making $150k/year.
Everyone complains about new laws, the corrupt govt and the price of shit going up but yet no-one wants to put their neck out to fix or change anything.

The country these days has this overwhelming "fuck off, it's fine, get a job you faggot hippie" attitude about everything and it holds us back.
And it's not made easier by the corrupt govt, big banks, murdoch media and mining/cotton industries selling every piece of the country to China for short term personal gain, instead of trying to better the place for future generations.

Boomers got a free ride with free university, actually free healthcare, a free old age pension and retirement at age 55 and dont know why younger generations complain when we have to work until age 75, pay for retirement ourselves, pay for healthcare and have all racked up university debt for literally useless degrees the Govt told everyone to get in the 90s/00s dotcom boom.
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>>2145208
obligatory
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>>2148242
How to identify a cityfag: the post.

hey /trv/ looking for advice

planning on moving to the US in a few months, specifically Brooklyn and am wondering what the best places to look for work online are? Just websites with job listings for the city, and any words of warning would be appreciated. Thanks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4kmDxcfR48
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>>2147414
Nobody died kankermong
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If you're white, tall and handsome... Yes the Netherlands is a good place for you, if you are not then stay the fuck away from this hellhole. And believe me, the Netherlands isn't safe and the cities aren't safe. The Netherlands is basically an European narco-state, even our institutions are being taken over by narco-gangsters, we are the most import cocaine export hub of Europe which means more gang-wars, more weapons, more criminality and more fucked up people. The Netherlands is an overrated hellhole you don't wanna live in, its fucking aweful and a lot of Dutch people are actually trying to get out of this shithole. Yes the infrastructure is cool and all, but besides that its shit.... You are warned!
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>>2146010
Yes. It's the best place to live in the world. No, you're not welcome here, we will never accept you as one of our own so you'll never truly get to understand and experience our culture. Go away.
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>>2148536
>be the best cities in the world
>have high rents
Who would have thought
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>>2148524
so the surinames and morrocans there are accepted as your own?

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Don't wanna start a flame war, but having visited half a dozen Spanish cities, I've found Spain to be underwhelming as a tourist destination, compared to Italy or France.

Here's my reasoning:
- The appearance of countless cities has been ruined by needless construction. Spain boasts a shocking number of large, ugly apartment blocks, even around historical monuments. Even the Sagrada Familia lays amidst a dense sea of commieblocks. Even smaller cities are like this. Spanish residential architecture looks bad more often than not.

- The country isn't as wealthy as Northern neighbors, and it's showing in many places. You'll come across seedy and rough-looking neighborhoods if you don't know where you're going. It's never outright horrible, but there isn't the sense of affluence of the populace you get in other European countries.

- Spanish cuisine isn't as exquisite as that that of Italy or France. It's fine, especially in contrast to what people up North consider food, but you'll very soon have tried most of what it can do. I should note I loved the local markets with meat and seafood, but my restaurant experience isn't s great.

Basically, anything Spain does, other Med countries can do better. The North of Spain is outright bland: didn't like Bilbao and Zaragoza much.

The sole place that really, absolutely impressed me is Andalusia, as it's a Europe/Arabic hybrid you won't see anywhere else. Granada, Sevilla, Cordoba are all definitely worth it. And Toledo & Teruel will stay burned into my mind. I assume Spain has many small cities far more picturesque as the smaller ones.

So, was I missing something, or did anyone else have that impression?
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>>2148620
Piggybacking this faggot's question, which would be good a few weeks from now for new year's celebrations? I've been to Barcelona before but didn't get to check the nightlife. Looking for clubs, bars, drunk single tourists and places open during Covid. Spain seems relatively solid so far.
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>>2148631
i duno winter nightlife
i duno where will be any more liberal with covid rules than other parts of spain
madrids main square likely should be packed for the meme celebration of it, so unless its a police state there should be people there.
if things were open, certainly madrid you could find clubs, bars, single tourists - but i duno their restriction
its atleast a pretty cool town to wander around imo, but there are so many more places with more temperate winter,
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>>2148633
>many more places with more temperate winter
You mean in spain itself or outside it? Where would you recommend then?
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>>2148635
>spain itself
yea pic related is from a site for average january temperaturer so considers day and night, Seville for example very cool city from a tourism perspective duno nightlife, in winter it has a high of 16 but low of 5. Vs Cadiz, a smaller city has a high of 16 but a low of 10.
Madrid for example is high of 10 low of 3 average for jan.

Of the mainland, Almeria has the highest number on this image, but if you googled "almeria climate january" it is 16/9

Those islands to the east are ibiza (might have parties but is low season and a small island many of the famous attractions may close.) menorca had a rep for being the more quiet of the 3.
Mallorca has a medium sized city -Palma de mallorca.

The canary islands have similar climates but each island is slightly different, pic has a dot on tenerife. Canaries are popular winter escapes for nothern europeans, but some people dont like them as they might be less culturally interesting or less interesting landscape (subjective), but they get drunk tourists certainly.
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>>2148640
also, where there are the most flights to spain outside of madrid and barcelona will show where people are interested in drunk winter escapes there

i would need to charge a surface book 2 with 100wh and i need a battery pack thats at least 40 to 60w. I am curious which types of battery packs do you guys use and what capacity ? would you rather get 2 of 27000mah or one over 40000mah ? also has any of you tried the ones with small solar panels for charging. do they actually work ? Idk about the weight at all
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i only recommend external brappery packs
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>>2148599
should have posted brap to get help
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What type of nerd plays around on his computer when he's traveling?

Just take your phone and your ipad for jacking off at the airbnb like everyone else
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>>2148614
need to check my xrp and sgb charts
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>>2148595
Wouldn't any one of them work? It's not like you're trying to power a space shuttle.




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