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Anyone planning to go? I'm unvaccinated, looking for information about quarantine and such.

It says that I need to quarantine for 7 days if I'm unvaxxed, but what does that mean? Like can I not leave my hotel room? Do they track you or something? Anyone know how it works?

Kind of don't want to waste a week in a hotel, but I want to go to India.
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No not hardcore just hesitant around these ones, but that all sounds reasonable. I got all the regular vaccines as a kid, went to Africa when I was a teenager as well so got a few more then.

Would it be a good idea to look into your immunity to some other diseases before going to say, Bangalore? Like ones spread by mosquitoes?
Sorry that was a dumb question lmao, but got a number for a clinic to call tommorow on that one now
Maybe. However, I don't think mosquito-borne illness is going to be as problematic in Bangalore as it might be in other parts of the country. Compared to the city's population, dengue diagnoses are low and malaria is non-existent.

If you're worried about malaria, just buy an emergency stock of doxycycline (assuming you can't afford Malarone, prices for which were sky-high the last time I bothered to get a prescription). You don't need a prescription for it in India, and it's so cheap it's basically free. I think you're supposed to take doxy daily, but my former university's health clinic told me you can self-treat with doxy after experiencing malaria-like symptoms (double-check on that with your clinic, though, I'm not a doctor and this was years ago).

If you have standard "developing country" vaccines like Hepatitis A, typhoid, etc, you should be fine for India. Honestly, the biggest problem for a first-time visitor is going to be food hygiene: you'll probably get sick.

I rarely ever get ill from Indian food--even shit-core stuff from the streets--but my first few trips to India, I got incredibly sick each visit. Legit thought I might day the first time, was vomiting and shitting non-stop for a solid 2-3 days.
My first two trips, both a month +, I was fine except for some slight runs, very mild. On my third trip, very near the end, I got something quite bad from food I assume and was extremely sick and feverish for a 2 days. I got a “z pack” ( I think it was zithromycin) from the pharmacy and it cleared up pretty quickly but I still had messed up digestion issues for a couple of months.
IME it's all luck of the draw.

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Bong currently in California. I spent a few days in LA with my brother (he lives here) and now I've got a rental and am driving north, currently in a motel near Sequoia NP. I'm gonna go hiking there tomorrow on my own. Honestly I didn't really like LA and its suburbs. And I'm not really enjoying these other towns either. It doesn't really feel like anywhere has a bustling center to explore, the car is king and everything is really far apart. It all feels quite soulless. I'm not sure how people go to bars without spending a fortune on taxis. Tomorrow I'm going to hike, which I'm really looking forward to. The nature even in the LA suburbs was gorgeous. So many hills and mountains.

What should I do next, where should I go? I always loved America growing up and I want to like it now, but so far I've not had a fantastic time. I have a car and all of this coming week. I might come back to LA on Thursday for Thanksgiving with my brother, but I'm undecided. I wanna get drunk and meet some people but I'm really struggling figuring out how to get to and from bars. I also want to see more nature after Sequoia.

Ps. One thing I will give Californians is weed, is so much better than in bongland. Also, what should I order to eat tonight?
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This anon here again >>2146280, also sorry to keep blogging, just wanted to say that I know what it's like to be a little bummed out when traveling. My impression of travel in Europe is that it's a giant party where no one needs to drive and public transportation is great, there are historical cultural centers on every block, young people are always looking for new friends to party and adventure with, etc. etc. The USA is generally not like that, although maybe New York/San Francisco are ? (I haven't been to either). If you're really looking for social things then you can try the meetup app or Tinder if you're some chad or something. You can make it to San Francisco in a day too, it's only about 6-7 hours if you floor it. America really is one of those places where it's about the journey rather than the destination IMO. Your average American city is a suburban hellscape. Try to appreciate the smaller things, keep traveling to new places, and stop frequently/whenever you feel like it to take in the environment and check things out. And remember that the US has concerts and public events and stuff going on, covid is semi-over in LA and mostly over everywhere else besides the usual suspects.

Have a fun trip anon.
euros should really do more research before coming to america instead of just showing up and being like "wtf how come its not exactly like europe"
Visit Laguna Beach in Orange county, one of the last cities in CA that hasn't been ruined with immigration.
This and
>how people go to bars without spending a fortune on taxis
Uber was invented here for a reason, and maybe its different in europe but it seems to me that zoomers frown on getting shiftaced in bars and don't do that. They pregame an edible, order some overpriced "craft cocktail" and take pictures of it then leave and go do molly with their friends. Also Americans generally don't like strangers approaching them but you might get a pass if ur British.

I only see old people in bars unless its serves 5 different kinds of IPA or "craft cocktails."

I see a lot of people mentioning San Diego... I guess I picked a good place to live. I'm in Oceanside, which was seedy but is "gentrifying" and has a fun, walkable downtown with a lot of bars and restaurants and a street fair every week though I don't live downtown.

OP might like San Luis Obisbo. It's a college town and pretty compact.

San Jose and especially SF feels much more like Europe where you can get around at night without driving.

Go back for thanksgiving, almost everything will be closed.
SLO and Santa Barbara have decent enough bar scenes and they're on the smaller side with good beaches

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Escape from Canada thread get in here!!

ladies and ladies what are the options to escape this shithole?

What have you been planning and how are you going about it?

Humans only please(non vaxx).

Will crossing by land to the USA be possible after the 30th of Nov with a simple spit test?
Anyone been to the USA and back yet?

What do you think the situation be in Canada once the gates close?

When do you think canada will reopen(normal) ?

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feel free to list the ingredients by their iupac name. I'll wait.
How do we take our country back from the pajeets? I would rather hand over the country to China than see another massive wave of pajeet immigration
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I took the shot and I feel fine. All I had was a sore arm.
If you can make a living remotely, I am looking at Argentina for how fucking cheap everything is.

3 months at a time, but can probably go to Brazil or Uruguay or something on a rotation
nevermind if you make 2k/month you can live there permanently

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>When will Japan open to tourists again?
We don't fucking know.
>Ok, but seriously, when will Japan be open to tourists? Give me an estimate.
Two more weeks: https://www.japan-guide.com/news/alerts.html
>Is Hiroshima+Miyajima worth it as a day trip from Osaka/Kyoto?
Not really, it's too rushed and you should probably just stay the night there.
>How do I travel by public transportation?
Install the "Official Japan Travel App"
>How do I say “I'm lonely, please be my waifu,” in Japanese?
>Dude, what should I see in ________?
>Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc

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I'm willing to bet my left nut Japan is closed for all of 2022 because of omicron even if it doesn't beat the vaccine. If it does beat the vaccine then 2023 and maybe 2024 are out too
The longer the isolation, the purer the Japan
unironically if we get hit with a second vaccine-beating variant after this one there might be a whole generation of people in Japan with barely any experience with gaijin. Assuming
>no tourists
>strict entry for students
>strict entry for business
if you're one of the few people allowed in the country in 2030 it'll just be you and the 10 other expats with real roots
bros I have a feeling we aren't seeing japan until 2025 at least...
I have 7 days of leave. Tokyo, Osaka, or both?

SLC or Austin to move? May seem like an obvious choice but idk. Austin has more hype around it and presumably more activity and jobs (and that fucking food), but if it's anything like it was when I visited a few years ago, it's still a one-note kind of city. It feels like there's a decent amount of stuff to engage in for a day and then you realize you've done most of everything. Also the geography surrounding Austin is flat and uninteresting.

SLC is a weird place. It's the mormon capitol and smack dab in Utah, but it's a reasonably liberal city with a lot of pride events, blm protests, etc. That purple nature of the city intrigues me, since the extreme of either left or right is fucking exhausting. It has... some stuff, not a lot, but some. Cheap, maybe slightly cheaper than Austin. Really great mountains and adventuring opportunities like snowboarding, offroading, etc.

Dunno bros, what are your thoughts? SLC seems a better choice since it's not trying to be something it isn't, whereas Austin always felt a little too tryhard for what it's giving you. I'm moving from Cali because it's too goddamn expensive here and I don't agree with some of the policymaking.
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It’s not too late for you to fuck off.

Fuck off.
technically, you're wrong. One must travel in order to move. It's just a one-way travel.
>I feel like I'm one of the last people I grew up around still here and one of the last normal people. The people I meet who arrive in California are not into the things I like. Some berate me for having "redneck" interests like guns

Dude, I feel ya. I remember a lot of people like you when I grew up in SD. Tons of ex military, or just cool ass normal bros who were pretty moderate with a slight conservative lean. A lot of people I knew were like that. It's weird to think that that has changed at all.
get fucked, seethe, and dial 8. And remember: YWNBAW
You’re talking about transportation which is >>>/n/

“Travel” in the context of this board means that which is done for leisure, learning, etc.

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Is no universal healthcare a real issue in the U.S.A?
I've been wanting to move to America for about a decade now (from Australia) but the main thing that worries me is the Healthcare situation. I know it's a meme to shit on America and how if you break your toe you will be paying $100,000 to the hospital but how much of it is true? I've also heard that most employers in America will give you free healthcare as a benefit and so you only have to worry if you're jobless.
So what's the truth? If I want to have a child with my wife in the U.S am I going to go broke doing it? If I have health insurance am I going to be fucked in the ass by them and be forced to pay 99% of a hospital bill while they "graciously" only pay $100?
Pls no politics or anything I just want proper answers.
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Fuck living here in another couple months pedo joe will have destroyed whatever is left.
If you have decent health insurance through your employer, you'll have phenomenal healthcare.
t. retard

My gf is Australian but we're planning on getting married and having kids as soon as we get there.

What’s it like to live here?
I'm moving there soon. I'll find out

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We're going to Vegas for the national parks. We've been to Zion, Death Valley, Grand Canyon, and Valley of Fire. What's the next best park to visit?
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Bryce Canyon
Grand Staircase

Go to kanab in the morning to go to the physical lottery for The Wave, the odds of getting in are way better
Ive been to most of the major National Parks in the Continental US. Yosemite is touristy, but it's the best. No question. You have to hit it in early June when the waterfalls are peak. And I definitely recommend staying in the Yurts in Curry Village. It's like camping, but you get a bed and access to the showers. Bring bikes if you can, or buy two cheap wal-mart bikes for $80 on the way. There is nothing more fun than riding bikes through the valley. The hikes are beyond belief. The mIst trail is the best hike Ive ever done in my life. Glacier Point is indescribable. You can rent kayaks and float down the river. They have an amazing grocery so you don't have to eat shitty park food. There are a lot of tourists on the trails, but the crowd really thins out after a mile or two into any trail. Most of the time in the high country, we end up hiking by ourselves with no one in sight. I'd go every year If I could.
If you know boats, you can rent a houseboat and spend a few days on lake como. Bryce isxworth seeing, but a day is plenty. Best park I ever visited was Yellowstone in winter. Much of it was closed, out in the boonies, but nobody was there and seeing the geothermal stuff and wildlife without crowds and with snow was great. Cold as a witches tit in a brass bra face down on a glacier. But beautiful.
Vegas /out/ anon here. There's a ton of places but no National Parks outside of Lake Mead that you have not visited.

I don't know how far you want to travel but you can hit up

Red Rock Canyon
Mount Charleston/Spring Mountains
Lake Mead (Lots of places to go to like Willow Beach, etc.)
Pahranagat Wetlands
Sloan Canyon

This is all the stuff I know of worth that isn't a journey in Southern Nevada. There's lots more beyond state borders in CA, AZ and UT. It's about a 1-3 hour drive to the majority of these places.
2nd for Bryce and Arches. Gorgeous rock formations and light pollution is low enough to where star gazing can be incredible.

Looks like you clotshotters will be sitting next to me, Deano, Bazza, Gazza and Big Alfie on the flight to benidorm UNVAXXED with our cocks WAXXED this spring. Try not to burst a blood vessel.

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oOOoOoOOOOoo m8 however will you climb over hadrian's wall ooohhh oho no
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>Too busy making money to spend 20 minutes to an hour at the doctor's office.
No bro, you're not too busy you just don't want to get it. I respect that, but don't go playing it off as if you're "too busy making money".
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>Fat incels are antivaxxers who do not travel.
just your average vaxxer

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Anyone been here?
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Oh, and I just remembered that someone staying at the campsite was dragged out of his tent and eaten in 2019.
Literal Skyrim?
The mongrel dogs of the empire
Cheapest liquor within an easy snowmobile ride from Longyear, anon. You'd do well not to discount the Barentsburgers. Though they do live in a dump.
are there hookers?

Anyone recommend any good cities that are nestled at the foot of some comfy mountains? Doing mountain shit during the day before doing city shit at night is the bomb. Bonus points if it’s in Europe.
Picrel was pretty good for me but the people there are absolute cancer.
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>do it all in one day: hike a mountain in the morning, swim at the beach in the afternoon, and get piss-ass drunk
this is Beirut not bong kong
Can confirm, I live in picrel and it's pretty fucking terrible.

Gonna finish my undergrad and gtfo
santiago chile
I've heard quite a few stories of people getting robbed while hiking on the trails outside Santiago

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Are there any countries in Europe where I can buy an apartment or farm house for cheap and just live basically as a monk? It's got to be somewhere I could get a visa without needing to have a job and I can just live on my own money
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Italy is doing a thing where you can buy a house fucking cheap, but it needs a lot of work to bring it back from neglect. I mean really cheap, well under the land value. But you have to then fix it up. That will cost more, but maybe not tons more if you can do much of the work yourself. With looking into, anyway.
You have to be under 35 and married to qualify. And you must bring your spouse. Other countries like Croatia it is 40 and married. You cannot monk larp. They expect you and your wife to have children and repopulate their rural villages.
I personally know of a few examples of people living off the grid in Romania after moving from places like the UK/Germany. However, you'd need to check visa requirements from your country as this just be possible from EU countries (the UK example was from pre Brexit)

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Do you feel that tourists go to certain places just to scratch them off their bucket list and not because they are genuinely interested?
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Definitely. I might snap a photo or two when I go somewhere interesting, but for a lot of people their whole day revolves around pictures and video for social media rather than enjoying the moment.
Some do. People travel for lots of different reasons, most folks probably fir more than one reason. What I have never understood is why anybody gets rustled over somebody else's reasons for traveling. Who cares?
Better why? Does it really bother you so much that some people like things that you dont like?
Suppose, though, that for some folks enjoying the moment involves taking pictures?
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sometimes I'll go to a place just to scratch it off my list and usually I'll come to genuinely enjoy the place

Is it a nice place?
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>25% arab and black
at least its the whitest french speaking city
>t. french rape baby
Yeah rizzotto clan and others are big around there.
Quebec city is whiter

niggers you can go to any french speaking city but knowing life you will now ruin Quebec city after finding this out

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Moving to Charlotte next Summer. Will be working hybrid in a building in Uptown.
Just graduated from uni and I'm looking to rent for max $1200 alone a month or $2400 with a roommate a month.
I know little about Charlotte. What are the best neighborhoods? So far I've heard Ballantyne, Dilworth, and SouthPark are nice to live in.
Move to Atlanta or Nashville or Austin instead. We’re full.
Ballentyne would be a terrible commute to uptown, southpark somewhat better, dilworth better still. Also look out Monroe rd or central ave. Rent prices will vary like mad overcast short distance, both corridors are undergoing "gentrification." If you can find anything in the wards or NoDa, that would also be worth looking at. Or in otherwise expensive Myers Park there are still some places at lower prices largely inhabited by Queens University students. I'm out Monroe near East Meck HS, lots of old and new apartments out this way, some sketchy, some just fine, price varies accordingly. GL.

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