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What's the worst place you've ever stayed?
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cuckpod near the napoli airport. Woudnt be bad if not for the fact that there was 0 ventilation, and the air inside was literally suffocating me. I didnt sleep that night at all
Why not just bring a tent and sleep in the forest nearby? It costs nothing and you get peace and air.
>But... le murderers!
the only risk are dogs.
it was a "motel" somewhere in the countryside in central vietnam, near a small village. 2-3 hours away from a city or normal roads.
we (group of 12 europeans) stayed there because friend married his gf there, who was from said village. no other options to stay.
the owner of the "motel" literally dragged two women out of one room because otherwise there would not have been enough space for our group. didn't understand what those 2 women said but I guess they were cursing him
the "motel" was from the looks probably a former jail or reeducation camp during the vietnam war. it was only possible to lock the doors with padlocks, all "rooms" where side by side in a inner courtyard which was circled by big walls. the doors to the rooms were out of literally rotten wood, there was enough space to stick a hand under the door, some doors had so many holes that you could see inside the "rooms"
the furniture inside was a joke. the matresses were, I am not exaggerating, hard as a rock. I even slept on the concrete floor (because we did onyl have a bed for 2 people and where 3 in our room, didn't make a difference anyways because of the matresses)

light would work like 50% of the day. water was only cold. worst thing was that one of the walls facing the fucking jungle had partially fallen apart, so there were tons of insects, geckos and whatnot in our room. we found the largest spider I have ever seen in my life in the closet. I used one bottle of my poisionous anti insect-spray to make a barrier around my sleeping space on the floor (luckily I had a small sleeping bag with me)
inside the yard there were some dogs who fought the stray dogs from outside who wanted to come inside the "hotel". during the day they were chill but as soon as it was dark and you went outside, they were growling agressively

best thing about the experience was that the family of my friend who was getting married was filthy rich, they were totally shocked about this "hotel" butno other option

You survived and have a cool story to tell.
Palmira Hostel in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Fucking hippie hangout without air conditioner in a country where is hot and humid 24/7. No places to eat nearby in a sketchy neighborhood. Water shortages. Shitty place in a shitty country. Never again.

Are any anons here able to provide some insight on living in the PNW, specifically Washington? I'm looking to move up there and know to stay away from Seattle/Olympia. I love being outdoors and like having seasons (living in FL for the past five years has got me down and out about swampy heat and humidity).
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Duh. If you're not concealed carrying in a major metro area in the US you are certified downs
Imagine living in the northwest and not working in tech. Boomers in seattle who've owned homes for 30 years are poorer in net worth and disposable income than techie immigrants who arrived 5 years ago
>pdx and seattle are nice
>t. mentally ill meth addict
Western WA is more forested, lush, big mountains, nice nature. Eastern WA is a bit dryer and more boring geographically, but not so SJW-infested. If your priority is nature, go western WA, if your priority is the type of people you'll be living around, go eastern WA

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I started traveling now at 29, visited cities in Portugal, Spain and France. had a roadtrip drive around the US hitting every state, touched montreal and toronto too.
met people in Airbnb's and hostels, but why am i so lonely?
stayed in amazing hotels and airbnb's where i fucked 10/10 escorts.
anyway i feel like im too old, and i missed my golden years to travel. how do you guys fight these loser emotions?
and any suggestions in where i go next?
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Mental tranquility comes from reaching your potential as a human being. Pick up a hobby and strive towards mastery. Travel and don’t stop until you start a family. I’m a wandering nomad like you. There’s something so liberating about being on the road with no real home. I dunno where to go though. That’s up to you.
Hey retard this is your boy. How was Portugal? My egirl fucking ghosted my ass so now I won't be meeting her. However I did meet this other girl that wants me to visit her in Peru. Idk how to solo travel and I'm turning 30 in a few days. What can I tell me that will make my trips better. Also add me Lastmelon#5424
I always do stuff alone for eleven years now.
After some years you give no thought about it anyway and things get comfy
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Portugal was fine, i liked how cheap it was. i loved Spain more. Met great people all over but i dont drink or get fucked up so its harder to meet people.
I actually have a hobby that people told me i should capitalize on but i lack motivation i guess.
I guess the thing that bothers me that, I had a chance to travel around the world at 19 - 28 but my family kind of buried me with responsibilities. maybe i need therapy,
dat face lol
but dat body though <3

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>sat in my hotel room not really wanting to do anything or explore, wondering what I'm actually doing here

Is this normal fellow travellers? and if so how to you get your adventure spirit back when feeling like this?
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Great, I'm going to Riga for a few days and then Tallin next...
How many days in Rīga? If youŗe an operafag/classicalmusicfag consider buying a ticket in the local opera house as they tend to go cheap.

I really recommend going around the local jugendstil/art nouveau streets. There's also an ethnographic museum just outside the city. Old city center is cool. In the central market there's a lot of good food to buy, try pastries as they tend to be really good, especially the meat pies. There's also a few beer sellers that sell really good beer if you drink at all. Lido has a good variety of local foods. If they still sell it, they have the best pear cider I've ever tried.

I recommend 2 days at most.
Vilnius is boring. It's far from western Euro prices though. I'm assuming you've already gone up to the castle tower thing and to Trakai? Kaunas was a lot more fun IMO (also banged a 9/10 Lithuanian screamer with some big tits and a rape fetish there).

Riga is alright, felt the most unsafe of the Baltic cities but still infinitely safer than any American city. Tallinn is the best Baltic city though hands down.
>be me
>wanted to travel but I couldn't
>now can travel but I'm not in the mood
maybe is more the idea of travel than travel that arouses us? also I like more thinking about past holidays than actually being on holiday.
if it's not pasta nice post

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Post stories, tips, experiences, questions, etc related to Cambodia
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Cambodia accepts unvaxxed chads with a negative antigen test.
hullo sir ... u live in cambodia how? how much creampies u has sir ...
95% of Cambodian girls are absurdly ugly.
Maybe not absurdly ugly but still wouldn't touch them because I have standards. Don't care what you yellow fever niggers do.

Coombasa Edition
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You a twink? Cause that's a breakfast for a white woman or a small manlet
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>You a twink?

Yeah. A protein breakfast. Wassup wanna fuck or fight or what?
South Africa, duh. You won't get sick there either as a Westerner.
All the shitskins taking the bait, pottery
>gatekeeping traveling
Shoo yousef, your refugee journey doesn’t count homo
Faggot over here with his high protein olives and cucumber breakfast lol
Ill both fight and fuck your ass imp

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The whole pandemic and a recent political shift in my country have bloated the waiting lists at the american embassy. I imagine the situation is similar in most other countries.
Is there any way to bypass the whole interview and get a visa anyway? or speed it up? just anything to get there
>Is there any way to bypass the whole interview and get a visa anyway?
Realistically, no. Getting sent on a business trip or diplomatic mission would be quicker but there are still interviews and processing times involved, and you’d be expected to have a return ticket that you would actually use. So your legal status in the country would lapse before long.

>inb4 “Marry an American”—that still takes at least a year to process, sometimes much more
>inb4 “Go to Mexico”—/pol/ is pig ignorant about how easy it really is for foreign nationals to get across that border… you might try to get yourself smuggled across if you have a lot of money and don’t mind risking your life but your odds aren’t great. Only a tiny fraction of illegal immigration to the US happens overland
>Inb4 “pretend to be a refugee”—nobody on 4chan has any realistic understanding of the actual processes involved in refugee and asylum-seeking status, which also take years and absolutely suck for the people who are involved
stay the fuck away shitskin
Easy, just do the esta online, can be done in 10 mins.
Fuck off, we're full

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So i'm going to Vienna, Austria next month for 7 days. Is there enough to do there for 7 days or is it better to visit other cities as well ?

I am planning to spend a day in Bratislava as well just to check it out.

Here are some questions:

1. Is the city/country safe for tourists or is there a lot of crime ?

2. If you travelled there, any recommendations for places to check out ? From monuments, museums to restaurants, i'm open to any avenue if it's interesting and worth the money.

3. Should i rent a car and visit other cities or simply go by train ?

4. Any hotels you recommend ? I don't necessarily have a budget but if i can get good value for money then it's all the better.

5. Are the women there easy ? Not planning to go there as a coomer but if i can meet some interesting women then why not.

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Yes, very. Most of them are east Europeans. And of those the majority are Romanian.
Did you finally realize that Vienna waits for you?
Buy a multiple day pass on their hop on hop off tour busses. You can see a lot at your own pace.
You're genuinely retarded and I doubt you've actually been to Vienna
>Kunsthistorisches Museum, Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, Belvedere, Schönbrunn, Stephansdom,
You forgot to mention that those are actually in walking distance from the rain station. Also there are a lot of world famous sezession building everywhere
t. 36 ys old Budapester frequently jumping out to Wien for a day

castle tourism thread
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Trakai, Lithuania
Hungarian here. The castle game is not very strong around here. Most of them are just ruins. A few I can recommend:
- Sümeg
- Eger
- Salgó (the hike is nice)
- Buda
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I am going here next month
Füzér, Siklós, Regéc

Here in /rwg/ we're going to discuss the re-opening of the world, post-plandemic. This is for countries marked as grey in IATA (https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm). That means no gay coof tests, quarantine, vaxpass, and other grabassery required to enter.

Ignore the fags who post the Sherpa or Kayak map links. They do not take into account requirements like PLFs, insurance, app installs, etc. See picrel, which at the time of writing, includes:

* Afghanistan;
* Albania;
* Antigua and Barbuda;
* Argentina;
* Armenia;
* Australia;
* Austria;
* Bahrain;
* Belarus;
* Belgium;
* Belize;

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I think everybody is happy if they don't have to worry about tests and if their current injections are valid at their destination.
Of course it was okay to put up with some restrictions during 2020 and 2021 with limited tourism, but nowadays it's just silly to not go back to how it was in 2019 like the countries on the OP list.
This thread is useful to get information about some countries still requiring bullshit. Still waiting for the US.

Yes and no. If you go to Spain from an EU country, nothing is required.

Nothing is required.

Nothing is required.
Canada is dropping the vax requirement before the US. Just lol. At this point it’s going to become permanent
Bhutan dropped coof restrictions for entry today.
Bahamas too.

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The definitive map of America. Did I miss anything?
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>Because Boston, especially lower-class Boston, is obviously very good at racism
Why obviously?
> Why obviously?
I guess it’s only obvious if you know the place pretty well. White Bostonians are maybe 55% hardcore liberals, 45% kneejerk racists. That mostly skews toward the poor and uneducated, but some of the old money is low-key racist too.
CT does have its beauty but man is it a mediocre state. Very cozy white suburbs dot the state but you need money now and indians are moving in rapidly to them. Luckily my hometown is largely unaffected. The state has no good cities or hiking unfortunately. Have to drive hours out of your way to get a decent hike in. So many outright depressing cities like Torrington and Waterbury too. Not even that dangerous, just depressing. Got the same impression from Fitchburg, you can feel the sadness in the air.
Also very Jewish and liberal. Feels like New York has its boot on the state's neck.
I hate this “Russia is so bad it’s good” shit. Just mark it “not Europe” and be done with it. We don’t waste time discussing Congo and Venezuela, why are Russians seen as anything different is beyond me

What places have a similar climate to Hawaii but cheaper?

Warning: don’t answer if you don’t know what you’re talking about because tropical =\= Hawaii. Hawaii has a trade wind that makes it much cooler in the summer.
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Unironically Guam is your place. It's called "the poor man's Hawaii" for a reason.
> Unironically Guam is your place. It's called "the poor man's Hawaii" for a reason.
Never heard it called that, but it’s definitely true that the climate is similar. Plane tickets might be expensive, though—it’s a long way from anywhere except other Pacific islands.

I was also going to suggest any of the former Trust Territories — Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Northern Marianas, Palau, etc. Most of these also have favorable residency terms for Americans, as well (the NMI is still a US territory, like Guam, so you could just move there with no paperwork, and presumably without even a passport), assuming OP is American and wishes to stay long-term.

Not sure how cheap they really are in practice, though—small islands that import everything are never all that cheap. But I would be surprised if they weren’t all more affordable than HI.
Look up the website called "Saipan Sucks." You might have to use internet archive though.
The States of Micronesia looks cool af. The Marshall Islands looks like shit though.
>The States of Micronesia looks cool af. The Marshall Islands looks like shit though.
Micronesia is great for diving. Some states are better than others overall; people make fun of Chuuk, which is supposedly the drunkest and crudest of the four. I’ve never been to the Marshall Islands personally, but a weird friend of mine was a missionary there and showed me pictures—seems as though the nature, particularly the barely-inhabited or uninhabited atolls, is often gorgeous and the built environment uniformly dismal.

As for Saipan being a corrupt mess, well, it doesn’t surprise me. Seems to be a near-universal side effect of life as a US Commonwealth/colony. Puerto Rico is an administrative and infrastructural cesspool, too.

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If you are driving through the worst state do yourself a favor and avoid these shithole fast food establishments. You will shit through a screen door.
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Stop telling them we don't need them to ruin it lmao

nobody is coming to that Democratic ran shithole
damn this post is cute

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For countries that demand you have travel insurance upon entry, how do they verify it? Do i have to just print out my contract?
If you're arriving on a tourist visa, nobody cares. Print out the confirmation with all the relevant info in the unlikely case somebody asks. You should have travel insurance anyway, because if something happens and you don't, you're fucked.
Got it, thank you!
>You should have travel insurance anyway, because if something happens and you don't, you're fucked.
Post nose.

And also that they won’t hire people out of their metro area (even tho the work is remote)
Little do they know I have 6 months of travel already booked and since my legal residence address is my mothers house, I am technically not living outside of the metro area
Also why are CEO boomers so gay? Even tho the work is 100% remote the dude is hellbent on making people live within driving distance to some shitty office park in a suburb of a crappy city. Fuck that, ya boy is going to Mexico for three months
What are your guys’ working remote situations like?
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im an aircraft mechanic. all there is to it.
>they will just hire pajeets
I saw a jeeter in on the Munich city train take his mask off to cough, then put it back on. These people are fucking retarded. Another time my company hired a team of jeets to manage some AWS cloud migration project they messed up the settings costing the company €85,000 over the course of two days (the weekend).
Any company that hires them gets exactly what they deserve.
>I saw a jeeter in on the Munich city train take his mask off to cough, then put it back on.
That was every American boomer anon. Shit was so pointless.
>Any company that hires them gets exactly what they deserve.
they dont care they have enough money
its why they have all the quotas for women, nigs, and lgbts
they just want you to suffer
Which white collar office wagecuck skills, qualifications/certifications will give me the best odds of working remotely while also earning good money? All I have is a useless business degree.

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