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I'm planning to do a trip to L.A for the next E3.
It's my first time going to the united states and my first time getting out of my country.
My plan is to go a few days before the event and stay a few days after it ends, maybe like 10 days.
I'll pack 3K dollars and a few things for those 10 days (travel and hotel are not included in the 3K budget, it's all for my personal use)

It's the money enough to stay that much time (10 days)?
What things (aside from the main event, the E3) are there in L.A to do?
Any tips?
I'm from Argentina.
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I'm from Argentina, I literally speak spanish so there's no problem.

Also I love spicy food, IIRC LA isn't in the pacific ocean side? is the seafood good?

thank you for your advice, I feel a little nervous because it's my first time going this far, I don't know what to do.
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>I'm from Argentina, I literally speak spanish so there's no problem.
You'll do fine. You'll sound like a stuck up asshole to the locals, but you'll be fine.

Since you're on 4chan, I'm going to bet you have a weaboo power level. Try visiting the Jungle in little tokyo.

Vidia: There's a couple of bar arcade combinations near downtown. I'm going to suggest that you take the extra effort to visit Round one, in lakewood, near where Snoop Dog grew up. It's the closest thing to an authentic japanese arcade on the continent.
Santa Monica Pier. Touristy as fuck, but does have an arcade, a ferris wheel, some pop culture vinyl toy stores. If you go there, a food idea: Joe's pizza, a NY style pizza translplant. More importantly, it's not worth the extra time to go all the way to fucking redondo beach with no car just to avoid tourists.

Ranges from superb hole in the wall places, to garbage, to hipster shit to fucking 3 star michelin experiences. Yes there is great seafood. But the places I know are out of range or weird. I'd try to get sushi and ramen.
-Average hotel room price is about $212 per night That's going to be $2,120 for 10 days.
- Buy lots of Ramen Noodles and take public transit everywhere.
- Stay away from crackheads and prostitutes
>Average hotel room price is about $212 per night That's going to be $2,120 for 10 days.
Lol, there is one hotel that costs $1000 per night and 10 that cost $100, the average is $200. Only the minimal price matters, and the minimal in LA would be around $50, unless you stay in a hostel dorm.
Is the public transport that hard to use for a foreigner or it's just a meme?

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I'm thinking about moving to Canada after I graduate from polytechnic. Any safe and quiet cities on the southern border?
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Hey OP, check out Alberta. Your two major cities are Edmonton and Calgary. There's nothing really spectacular about either, but I do prefer Calgary.

If you're graduating with a degree that could be related to the oil and gas business, I would look into Fort Mac. You would make quite a lot of money. There's the possibilities of find a place to live in the city, living in the camp (don't do this it's awful) or getting a Fly-In, Fly-Out job.

For British Columbia, I recommend Chilliwack. It's a large city about an hour away from Vancouver and is a much nicer and cheaper area to live in. Just go to Vancouver on the weekends.

There's fuck all in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Ontario can be nice as long you avoid Toronto.

Quebec is nice but it's full of the French.

New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland are just full of fish fuckers. Go there if you want to sodomize a cod.
>Best city in North America
That's a stretch, in Canada? Of course, I loved Vancouver, but imo it's not the best city in North America, kinda hard to narrow that down
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I've been to every state and province... what's better in your mind? The only places I haven't been are Los Angeles, San Diego, Houston, Dallas, uhh.... yeah, dunno. Guess it's my opinion, but the mountains, the water, Stanley Park.. it's hard to beat.
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but the absolute best city in North America is undoubtedly Quebec City, which is why I said "one of the best."
How's the visa status? Being a student there is not the same as permanent residency

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I'm 25, from the US, $40,000 in student debt and the last of my family (my mother) just died. I hate my life and would like to start anew, rather than kill myself.

I'd like to travel to an English speaking nation somewhere in Europe and attempt to build a new life. Any suggestions on countries that would take me in, and how difficult would it be getting a work VISA and finding a job as an expat. I have no connections abroad and would be starting from scratch. I have a liberal arts degree and teaching seems like something I could do.

I have good credit so I have about 10k to work with before I leave that debt behind as well.
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Nah OP don't listen to these posers, keep running from your debt and problems. When you do move to a country and fuck up in less than a year accumulating more debt that you left in america hop to another country over and over again.
>I have a liberal arts degree
>$40,000 in student debt
I really really want to call you a dumb fucking cunt that brought it upon yourself but I feel bad about your mother so I'll take a pass for this one

I felt the same way you do. I dropped out of college because my scholarship ended and I wasn't about to pay $30,000/yr for school and I was fed up with living with my parents and in America and I just generally hated life. So I sold my car, packed up everything I could fit into two suitcases, and moved to Germany. It was the best 3 months of my life followed by the most miserable 21 months of my life before I eventually ran out of money and options and had to return home.

Moral of the story: don't move abroad with no plans and do as you go. It's a bad idea and is how you run out of money.
Go teach English in Southeast Asia dude. You don't even have to know the language.
> If you work hard in any capacity
Anon, he chose lib art as his degree and he wants to be a teacher. Work hard is certainly not a thing he can do.
Unironically Air Force or Navy is a good place for people like you. Being stationed outside the US is actually good time to explore the world

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I'll be spending a couple months traveling around Europe in late January. I just finished my degree and have postponed my serious job searching for it.

I was thinking this might be a good opportunity to get some exposure to the international community in my field. I study natural resources management and am specifically interested in water. Do you have any tips on how to do some professional networking while abroad? It would be fun to have some kind of informational interview and maybe make a connection across the world. Language barrier is obviously going to be a challenge depending on where I am.

Anybody who travels for business have some insight? This isn't the same as a study abroad program but it would be cool to have something interesting to discuss for an interview after the trip.

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>be black
>want to travel
>~85% of the world will look at you with distrust
>no 3rd worlder will want to hang out with you because you aren't a white gringo
>Yurope East of Germany is a no go zone
>Asians don't like blacks
>Would get shot in America
h-hold me /trv/
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depends where you go in africa. Victoria Island, Nigeria venues are pretty awesome that's where the upper/middle class Nigerians hang out. Zambia is pretty cool too, and Sierra Leone beach parties around Freetown are awesome. If you want to experience the most safest city in the world it's Asmara which is the North Korea of Africa. Zero crime whatsoever, secret police everywhere. Capital is sparkling clean too
I'm black and went to central Europe and had no problems whatsoever. People on 4chan meme too hard and try to be edgy by saying how racist their country is. As long as you don't act like an ass, no one will bother you.
Same I was in Erasmus in Czech Republic and people are chill af. Only one time I was bothered by a drunk guy in a bar that kept making jokes about shoe-cleaning but other than that it was fine
»Projecting this hard.
»Implying whites don't do the same to a greater degree.
No wonder everyone hates you guys.
I don't pass for white at all. I did an ancestry test and had a bit more native american than European. I usually get mistaken for a native in places or for a common non white minority like Turkish or Malaysian. People really exaggerate being white. Some classic white features are liked like height and not having super Han Chinese features but this can apply to so many non whites too (not tall either I am 5'8 last I checked). Being exotic is almost always a plus

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Been a while since I've made or seen one, so here we go: /IndiaGeneral/, for any and all sensible questions related to traveling the subcontinent.

I'm currently in India for the eighth time. Lived in Delhi for about two years in total and traveled a fair amount all across the north. I'm more than happy to answer any questions about the National Capital Region as well as the other places I've been around India.

What I can't answer, hopefully others can.

Will not respond to troll-tier "poo in the loo" posts.
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im wondering how easy it is to get pharma drugs in india? Things like benzos and amphs.
can you post some pictures?

Not a druggie, sorry.


Sure, will upload some later.
ok thanks m8.

Any "druggies" know about pharms in India?
So I know that scams are prevalent at the New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS). Does anyone know if the situation is the same at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM)? Is it just as bad, worse, better, etc.?

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What phone do you use when traveling? Do you bring any other electronics with you?
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Bring my phone and laptop from home.
one from home I just swap the sim card

yes the quality of the laptop I bring depends on the country
Nah. Never git mugged once or lost anything. I go through my pockets a lot to make sure.
If you notice it is missing, it is too late already though
just don't use any Apple products and you're fine

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My job is making me take a flight to another country and the thing is it has multiple planes I must change and the last time I took a flight was when I was 10 years old and I am scared that I might go to the wrong plane so what way is there to make sure I change to the correct planes?
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>I am scared that I might go to the wrong plane
It actually sounds like you think it is possible to get on the wrong plane. The planes are not situated together like on a fucking bus stop.

You have a gate you go to where all people taking the same plane are sitting. It is not humanly possible to get on the wrong plane.

How can a grown person not know this?
It can happen, I work for an airline that serves a city that happens to share the exact same name as another, more popular city. So they book online not realizing, and end up in the complete opposite place they intended on going.

It happens a few times a year. Not our fault, but you're SOL.

That's not at all the same thing as getting on the wrong plane though. That's booking a plane ticket to the wrong destination.
Don't be afraid to ask the person at the information desk. Also, you typically get plane tickets via phone these days, so just make sure you have your phone turned on. These tickets will typically say the terminal and gate number. You can better yet ask other travelers if they are headed the same way you are. If so, then you can mention its your first time flying and that you could just follow them.

Try to allow the most amount of time to get to the gate needed.

Don't try to stop for anything unless you really have time. Sometimes airports/monorails/buses between terminals can be crowded, especially this time of year. Once you settled in the gate of your next flight, be sure to check with the ticket person at the counter of the gate to make sure you are at the right place before doing anything.
>be sure to check with the ticket person at the counter of the gate to make sure you are at the right place before doing anything.
Do This
> just make sure you have your phone turned on. These tickets will typically say the terminal and gate number.
Do not do this.
Unless you mean boarding pass, An e-ticket is different, but they are frequently and incorrectly used by travelers and airline employees. Etickets (VCRs) dont display gate information.
Still a good idea to double check in case their was a last minute gate change, which happens a lot on delay days.

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I'm going to Winnipeg in January. What's some cool stuff to do? Bars, food?
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The Prairie Dog Central Railway in the city is one of the best old-timey train rides in the country. The star is a steam locomotive from the 1880s that still works.

What is in your opinion the best city in the world to live in and why?
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These. Populated places in California are neat to visit, but I would never want to live there. Too expensive, too many natural disasters (see: wildfires ravaging all corners of the state this year), and way too blue politically in the places that matter, especially San Fran. It's as if they take everything about what Middle America stands for and intentionally live the complete opposite lifestyle out of spite.
Lived in LA for 9 months. Hated it, but I want to go back to visit.

Great thing is anything you want, you can get it. But fuck paying $10 for parking everywhere.
the amount of white trash in tampa florida is astounding. Do not go there.
>But fuck paying $10 for parking everywhere.

Agreed. My personal philosophy is that if you have to pay to park your car or need a parking permit where you live, it's God's way of saying this place has too many people and you should live elsewhere.
>the amount of white trash in tampa florida is astounding. Do not go there.
There's White trash in every corner of the country. Tampa's no different. As long as you don't have to live in a trailer park or shop at a Wal-Mart Supercenter regularly, it's a non-issue.

Tampa is actually a pretty unusual melting pot of political affiliations. For every White trash guy you see on the road with a Confederate flag flying in back, there will be a hipster on the road with a coexist or rainbow bumper sticker.

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My phone company, Virgin Mobile USA, doesn't allow me to unlock my phone nor does it allow international data

therefore I am wondering what phone company to switch to that is still inexpensive (I pay $35 a month for 5GB of data) while allowing me to buy Unlocked phones

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Anyone been robbed on the road? Post stories.
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Cool story bro, best stay at home with mom's tendies.
At least she won't hurt your delicate fat mentality.
>Be in Gare Du Nord after trip to Biarritz
>exiting station so I can be picked up by family friend
>Little gypsy boy reaches into my pocket, tries to steal some coins
>Realize he's grabbing into my pocket
>Grab his arm and say something along the lines of "stop doing that" in my shit french
>Push him away and he runs back to his gypsy herd
This was before the migrant crises. I have no idea how aggressive they are now.
i slapped a gypsy woman before
one of those stupid petitioner dumbass who screamed at me for running her over
not a pleasant experience having to use violence on anyone and especially dirtying my hand touching dirty roma
this was in Naples btw
They get more and more aggressive the further east you get.
They're too stupid to ever find work though, no matter where they come from.
If those fuckers doesn't exist the general experience of many Yuroop travel would increase
i discussed with my Italian friends whether i was in the wrong here and they said that i was in the clear here

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Has anyone here ever travelled to "edgy" Middle Eastern countries such as Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, ...
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I've been in Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Afghanistan while in the Navy. Terrible places. Bahrain is okay, but it's too fucking hot.
True, after travelling through the states I've come to the conclusion that their culture is the worst in the fucking world.
There is in the suburbs. There are "gangs" (militias) who take pot shots at each other daily and bombings happen. Mainly Shia VS Sunni gangs.

There are also dangerous border regions where ISIS was kidnapping people and hurling bombs very recently. You will also likely witness a gunfight in a nightclub as that's how all Lebanese men resolve disputes at places like Sky Bar, handguns come out and one might go off. True it's nothing like Iraq/Yemen/Syria but still, need to keep your wits about you and avoid those suburbs.
Not everyone possesses your same cuckold fetish but you are entitled to your opinion

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Going to renew my passport soon.
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Impressive. Very nice.
What country? Is it hard to get a passport from where you are?

I just renewed my passport. It was my sons third birthday, which meant it was my 5th wedding anniversary, and we got married in China, so I realized my passport was expired. Good thing too because we already had christmas flights to China bought.

Went with the 10 year renewal. Good times. Here’s my original passport photo. I had them print me off extras
u look like an extra from Trailer Park Boys

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Going on a 3 hour drive in a couple days out of state and I've never done this before. Will it be boring?

Fuck off
yo are you stupid what the fuck god damn fuck
Which state
Make sure you bring some movies. They average about an hour and a half, so you want two for the way there and another two for the way back.

It's a good way to protect yourself from highway hypnosis (look it up)

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