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Women: OMG!! This is sexual harassment!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJtl4E72kB4

Why are they like this?
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>>2659089
I was seated next to a fat woman named Jany on my flight. She ate cheetos and smelled terrible. Now that I think about it, she had a beard and cankles. Once the flight took off, I wrapped my belt around her neck until she no longer breathed. Stupid Jany.
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>>2659082
That's what he gets for not being an 8/10, fat fuck
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>>2659089
Missing the "what to do in this tiny country that I or no one else on Earth ever visits"
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>>2659762
This but unironically
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>>2659748
Based. Fuck janys

how are these places as tourist destinations?
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>>2661510
Old town Tallinn is magical, but my local friends say that they have been blacked hard since around 2019. Which is a massive shame

Riga is nice. I love how they keep their native symbology everywhere.

Vilnius is the greenest of the 3, but lacks the magic that Tallinn has. I see Vilnius as a good place to live a comfy life and chill. Hard af language. The most folk in terms of feel. They are super in touch with their culture and keep traditions upheld. What more can I ask from an European nation? There are a few groids playing for their basketball teams though which is disgusting.
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>>2661510
Nothing too interesting. The capitals are the only ones that have active night life. The architecture is nothing special. You can find that stuff anywhere in the eastern bloc. Most people are old. It's kind of sad walking around the streets. It's like a one big village.
>>2661666
I've been seeing more South Asians & Africans they're mostly delivery drivers though. I assume they'll fuck off to UK once they save up a bit. It's a blessing in disguise to be poor in 2024.
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Been there last summer, pretty comfy and nigga free although you may encounter a lot of r*ssians especially in Tallin.
Nightlife is nothing special and out of the tourist designated areas people look pretty diffident.
Can you confirm that Latvian girls are kind a pain in the ass?
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I've been considering a trip to Latvia because one anon a while back said there's good hiking there. They do look like comfy little countries from what I've seen
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>>2661543
sounds very based.

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Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread
>also known as /sqt/ (Stupid Questions Thread)

For your quick one-off questions that pertain to travel.

If your question is long or convoluted, it might deserve its own thread.

If your question is specific to a popular destination, ask in a relevant thread/general instead.

Previous thread: >>2600606
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Hey bros, I need to get from Paris to Pamplona on the 6th of Jan. I've got a few options but I don't know what to choose.
>5 and a half hour expensive train ride from Paris to San Sebastian getting off at Hendaya/Hendaia to switch trains. Then catching an hour and a half bus from San Sebastian to Pamplona to get into Pamplona late afternoon/evening where I can check into my hotel
>12 hour bus with Flixbus/Alsa/BlaBlaBus that would get me into Pamplona the morning of the 6th, losing me a morning in Paris and forcing me to wait until 3pm to check into my hotel in Pamplona
>Flight to Biarritz then a bus to San Sebastian and another bus to Pamplona which is the fastest but also the most annoying route as flights are unruly and a pain in the ass and I'd get in late at night on the 6th
I'm leaning more on the overnight bus even though I hate sleeping on buses. At least if I arrive in the morning I'd be able to dump my shit at the hotel and see the official start of San Fermin at noon.
Anyone done this route? What would you choose?
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>>2660255
Depends on the country honestly
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>>2660255
Also depends on your skills. It's entirely possible to not speak a word of the local language and communicate well enough. Remember that speech is actually a small part of human communication. I recommend learning the basics and then whipping your dick out, putting it on the table and letting them handle you. They want your money, they'll figure out what you'll be babbling about
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Anyone here been to Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan?
Looking to go to in June, 11th to 30th. Aiming for 2 days in Tashkent, 3 days in Samarkan, 2 days in Bukhara and 2 in Khiva. Then fly out to Almaty and the surroundings for the remainder of the trip.
Good idea to go there in june?
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ive never travelled before and wanna visit thailand. how do you guys plan destination a -> destination b -> destination c with all transfers and stuff?

most websites like tui offer flight -> transfer -> destination a -> transfer -> flight back

yes im retarded

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Philippines National Railroad (PNR) Edition.

/PHG/ is for discussing the following:
-Bible/Prayer study with filipinas
-Transportation options
-Mega Malls
-Provincial Tourism
-Nightlife and hotspots

No schizo posting allowed!
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>>2661913
Honestly, you write like that cuckshed guy who can’t even drive. Most gays have cars and motorbikes. Do you hate them because they can drive and you can’t?
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>>2661907
What YOU are saying is slander. I'll have you know that the only time I bash pinoys is when I use the holy cross to hit good christian girls deep in their faith and spread the holy word all over their bibles.
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Mods clean up on aisle 6.
I repeat; clean up on aisle 6.
Please wear your wellies.
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>>2661923
You're worse than them. Gfy
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>>2661976
Also I’m trans

What was your experience with a ClubMed or all-inclusive resort? Did you enjoy it, frens?
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>>2661749

Yeah, it was a gay thing for a week in Mexico and honestly it was pretty fun, but it also isn't really my scene. It was a little too flamboyant for me and hard to find guys masculine enough. Managed to get to know 14 of them though and it was quite easy, didn't even need to go on the apps, I would just get approached randomly. There was a lot of drama. Wasn't as full of old people as I thought. In terms of relaxation it was great. In terms of the gay scene, tacky. Went to my first drag show and it was atrociously unfunny. Seriously they all do the same gig and people just eat it up. Food was terrible. Probably because they make it for several hundred people. Hotel room great. Pools great. Drinks great. Won't do it again though.
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>>2661749
All inclusive has low level food. There are enough options that you can find something decent and the seafood is likely fresh, but it is really lower tier than a respectable person would eat.

Other than that it's a good deal for kids and as a stress remover. HUGE STRESS REMOVER.
You are on vacation. Not having to consider how, when, or cost of food let's you relax a lot.

If you eat well regularly you will have some degree of bowel trouble.
Maybe eat fast food a couple days a week before going to prepare. 7 days of all inclusive WILL have effects.

Now, if you eat fast food anyway and are fat. It's a total no brainer. Get all inclusive and never consider anything else.
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>>2661875
fuck off and make your own thread
>>2661881
good point. is there a clubmed equivalent for a 4channer? maybe a hostel-med, kek
>>2661886
why are you gay?
>>2661891
good point on the food. i went on a cruise and took a 7 day dump like the titanic. an iceberg of rock hard poo. took about 3 hrs ngl. idk what i shouldve eaten diffferently, maybe less carbs, more oil, idk. i blame the cruise ship
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>>2661945
>make your own thread
This is my thread which is why I'm trying to get ~inclusive~ recommendations that are queer-fwendly :P
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>>2661966
take it up with clubmed if you went to their faggot resort and couldnt even get a chimp to burgle you, topzozzles. not my problem.

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Saying fuck the US, moving over to PH since I can get a SIRV visa and stay as long as I like. I've got bare minimum $600/month in passive income to live off. I like to think I have a pretty solid plan here, but feel free to tell me I'm stupid and I'll let you know if I thought of it.

Anyway, I wanted to travel around a bit off Credit cards before I get there, so I should have around $30k to work with, plus a couple grand cash for the things that won't take cards. I want to visit Japan, see Tokyo and visit some of the whisky distillers, check out some of the historical stuff. Maybe visit South Korea? Then head to Thailand for a bit for the nature, temples, etc. Then off to Philippines to figure out where I'm settling down.

Just wanted to know what /trv/ thought, if there's things I should be sure to do in those countries, if there's other countries I should check out, or anything else I should know. I like to walk/hike, have no problem going out off the beaten path, and I've got a pretty strong stomach and enjoy authentic Asian food, so no need to find McD or shit like that.

Anything I should know, resources I should check out, trolls complaining about what I'm trying to do?
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>>2660003
3.5k usd is not successful dude. thats like $55k a year before taxes. which you arent paying
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>>2660005
Oh, no. 3.5k a month isn't. I was doing that online before I was 22 on ebay. But 4600 per week is with zero income tax :-)
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>>2660370
Clearly fake
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>>2660005
Not that anon, but $3.5k/month remote income in SEA is successful unless you are measuring yourself against incomes in developed countries. I personally have no plans to return to my collapsing home country. I'm as likely to move to Saudi Arabia as go back to my home country, so I don't care how much Saudis earn and what they consider successful. $3-4k/month is a balling income in SEA.
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>>2652095
You'll get maybe 1000 out of them in a foreign country before they cut it off, they have entire departments of jews to calculate common risks of people not paying back their shekels

Just went to NYC for 3 days. Stayed at an Airbnb in williamsburg. Although I liked it for the first ~36 hours, I started to dislike a lot more as time went on.
> Vast trash-scapes pretty much everywhere.
> Food/coffee is incredibly fucking expensive, even at the "cheaper" places. Yet these places are packed.
> Went to an extremely hipster coffee shop that charged 7 dollars for an espresso. Place was also extremely packed with mostly locals.
> Servers/waitresses generally had shitty attitudes.
> All of the Williamsburg locals seemed like giant faggots. People dress like fucking clowns. The stuff I overheard these people talking about was some of the most inconsequential, out of touch shit I've ever heard.
How do these people afford to live here? Why does everyone seem like such an insufferable shithead? I've lived in cities and in the country, but with the exception of some restaurants, this place is uniquely repulsive. Are all of these people just living off of Daddy's money?
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>>2656322
Good majority are jersey trust fund fags
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>>2661883
NYC dating scene is still leagues better than anywhere else in the country other than college towns in Florida/Texas. You're aiming too high which is your problem, go for girls from the outer boroughs who had normal lives growing up. Attractive white girls in NYC all have princess/sex in the city complexes where if you're not a financebro you won't get the time of the day. Thankfully there's lots of other women.
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>>2661946
I am aware I didn’t say it was impossible but what’s the point? You are still dealing with cold frigid women and paying exorbitant rents for not. Might as well save your money on go on trips once in a while. No reason to live here for the women which people seem to meme.
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>>2661946
>>2661952
And also the level of jestering for American women in general is insane
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>>2661952
>>2661953
I agree, but it's one of the few places in the country with a female biased gender ratio where the women aren't all fucking ugly or complete losers looking for a simp (LA). The amount of gay guys here too make the gender bias further in your favor. NYC is probably one of the best places if you're single and autistic everywhere else the girls are going to be boring and also cold or have a million options in men.

NYC doesn't have the prettiest women, Florida unironically had as many hotties from the year round warm weather and all the Latinas + proximity to Miami. LA probably has better looking women too.. ironically I found London to rate higher than NYC.

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Heading to the Carolinas soon to hang out with some buddies and go on some adventures.
What are the best places to go and things to see? And what are some things to avoid?
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NC:
-Wilmington (Beach Town and decent downtown)
-Raleigh (Small City)
-Asheville
-Appalachian Mountains

SC:
-Also Charleston
-Hilton Head can be good.
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>>2660364
Ooooh anon's going to the CaroLINAS with his BUDDIES oooHHHH
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>>2661033
Not happening unless you stay deep in the Appalachian hills. They are everywhere here.
>t. visiting family in central NC
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>>2661280
if you have a boat, going around the Beaufort/ Hilton Head area is really cool.

If anyone's got a few days, Charleston to Savannah is a cool trip via boat
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>>2661024
>>2661032
>>2661095
>>2661280
>>2661298
>>2661541
Thanks! I'll keep this all in mind, gonna start in Raleigh, work my way down to Columbia and back

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For context, I have a friend there who is looking for a roommate they said I don't even need a visa to stay permanently: I tried working through the constitution but can't find anything that explicitly confirms this(Not legally trained, could just be a dumbass)

Is anyone able to confirm this? If it's not true, how much should I expect to drop just to get a temporary residency?(Assuming we are using USD)
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>>2657564
Guy who lived there confirming.

Your concept of laws and requirements is so far gone from South America, it's like the wild west. Laws are mere suggestions. You could get away with just about anything, I know Uruguay at least you get free citizenship if you've lived there 5+ years illegally. If you sincerely want to go the legal route, I believe you only need $10k in a bank account and they'll grant you residency.
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>>2658553
Can you get a fair exchange rate when withdrawing cash from ATMs these days?
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>>2661385
Why? Uruguay is just more expensive Argentina. Everything else is the same, including Jewish protectionism that will make you pay through the roof for any electronic device more complex than a calculator
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Are the smaller cities effected by Jewlei's lack of price controls or is it only BA? Was honestly trying to avoid the latter anyway
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>>2661814
Prices for electronics look pretty normal on mercadolibre.com.uy I mean they price it out directly in USD as any more expensive purchase in UY is done in USD anyway not just electronics and the exchange rate is normal.

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leaf here with 1M net worth. should I just leave for spain? I did the camino and had a great time and looking at tax rates for foreigners + nice QOL plus good food, hot women, great weather. Seriously what are the downsides of getting out of this place and going to spain? I looked online and I can get a nice apartment near a beach for like 350k CAD. Not from EU so I'd need a job or something but I could rustle up something I'm sure. Maybe work at a winery I'm thinking...
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>>2661570
is that enough to retire in spain?
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>>2661568
You are going to get the biggest dissapointment of your life.
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>>2661568

There are many ways to move to Spain without a work visa if you're canadian. Just go see a real estate agent and he can explain to you the residency options for expats looking to buy a place there.

Spain is a nice country but the taxes will absolute rape you even if you are a foreigner. So be careful when you do business there, the tax man is more aggressive than in Canada and they can take all your shit if you don't play the game.

If you don't mind the high tax rates then you'll enjoy the place.
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>>2661899
>Just go see a real estate agent and he can explain to you the residency options for expats looking to buy a place there.
Didn't they announce in April that they were phasing out the golden visa that allowed you to get residency if you bought property for $500,000?
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>>2661848
You’d have to live modestly and reinvest, but yes.

US treasury bonds are about 4.5%. If you buy 1M in bonds that’s a rock solid 45k/yr. And that’s just the safest option. You could make a lot more if you invest in an index fund. The average spaniard only makes 27k euro.

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So, basically, I got an invitation to live/work in Japan. I work in software engineering. I'm not a fanatic about Japan, but I think it could be a great experience in my life.

white male, 32yo

I speak some Japanese, and I can understand most conversations. However, I have some doubts about what to expect regarding day-to-day life. I'm taking a small preparatory course about the customs, but most of the content is related to work place or work related manners.

I'm going to live in a place around a big city.

I would like to know what the nightlife is like, the day-to-day life, and what I can really expect from my coworkers. What do people usually do on weekends? How is the dating scene, and how should I really behave on a first date?

Most of the info videos on this topic lack of useful information; some are overly positive, while others are just blackpilled. If anyone knows of a more realistic source about what to expect when living in Japan, I would appreciate it.
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>>2659331
He's in the right. Yeah you can get one but the quality will be much lower if you don't fit those. The people who really pull in clubs use full foundation, tinted moisturizer, curl lashes, etc.
Glasses won't make or break you.
Beards are an absolute no-go. I'm sure you can still pull having one but generally it boxes you into a niche.
Muscle is a waste time in East Asia. There's a niche obviously but they prefer a skinny or tennis player body any day.
Balding is death sentence. In Korea the stylists not at all but a huge chunk will just tell you to hop on finasteride if they see you're balding. Good luck getting that kind of honesty in the west. Men are obsessed with keeping hair since their balding incidence is much lower. You can't stick out from the group else you're finished.
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>>2661762
If you speak english and are white or hapa this doesn’t apply to you

>t. Knower
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>>2661762
>Balding is death sentence
damnit. I really can never get lucky huh
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>>2661762
I’m not balding but I have a high hairline. I guess I’m fucked.

>>2661834
How?
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>>2661882
They think you’re cool if you speak english

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I'll be solo traveling through Yurop on September/October and I have to do remote work for two weeks.
I was thinking of going to Poland and stay in either Wrocław or Warsaw, as they seem like nice cities to be a few days, and airbnbs don't look too expensive.

I'm looking for recommendations on where to stay (which cities, hostels/airbnbs), good places to eat and foods to try, and in general things to do after working or on weekends. I'm 25 y/o and never been to Poland fwiw
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>>2657919
polish women are great in my experience. the men are whiny cunts. absolute cry babies about everything. even the polish americans ive known are diaper shitters
people are cold in vienna and i thought that sucked, but then you go to warsaw and they openly sigh and whine about fucking every small possible inconvenience and they’re offended you didn’t invest time to learn their useless fuck snake shit language instead of learning a language non-retards use
i didn’t get such vibes in other polish cities tbf but i didnt spend enough time in them to verify
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>>2658003
That's a lot of seethe over nothing lol
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>>2658003
Warsaw is a lot like New York City. With all the pros and cons
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>>2651424
stay in gdansk
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make sure to eat some zapiekanka, and try it in different places as quality can vary

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Here's mine for a 3 week vacation in Catalonia + Andorra

Andorra (3 days): Go hiking/climbing/cycling in the mountains

Lleida (2 days): Check out the city for one day, then go hiking in Mont-Rebei Gorge

Tarragona (4 days): Roman ruins, the beach, vineyards, monestaries. Really a fuck ton to do.

Girona (5 days): There's even more here. First of all the city itself was a filming location for Game of Thrones.
Costa Brava has so many beautiful towns, too many to list, most notably Cadaques which is near Cap De Creus.
Olot provides a natural park with inactive volcanoes.

Barcelona (5 days): Has enough to explore in the city without travelling out.
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this was my plan for 3 days in Rome. I am a very obsessive travel planner and will do everything in advance (apart from picking restaurants)

>>2659720
good luck parking in hallstatt then lmao
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>>2660383
i.e. I make a document like this for every trip with details
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>>2660383
>good luck parking in hallstatt then lmao
I won't park in the town itself lol, but there are plenty of free parking areas at various distances from town
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>>2659614
I did a day-trip to Andorra from Barcelona and it is doable if you go early and plan something interesting to do during siesta time.
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Seems a shame to skip Figueres and the Salvador Dali museum.

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Post your travel maps in this thread. Pic related is the official /trv/ Real Traveler's map™, edition 4.0.4

Fill in the countries and subdivisions you have visited, talk about your map and ask others about their maps. You can use the map however you like, the colors are more like suggestions, you don't have to use them, and you don't have to use all of them. You can add or remove colors and change the map as much as you want in any way you want. Don't like this map? Upload a completely different one. Up to you. Despite what some might say, there's no "wrong" way to use the map, and new posters and less travelled people are welcome and encouraged to stay and post :) This map is a group effort by our board, and we can only improve it if people reach out to share suggestions or corrections.

This is the newest edition of the map, edition 4.0.4, updated for January 2024. I'll post the simplified template in the next post. Changelog:

Subdivision changes
>Added Southwest Papua province of Indonesia (located in the northwest of Papua)
>The Central African Republic created three new prefectures in 2020 that I wasn't aware of before now
>Following a referendum in August 2023, Ethiopia's Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region was finally dissolved and split into Central and South Ethiopa Regional State
>Norway reversed some of the merged counties from 2020 and now consists of an unholy mix of 15 old and new counties
>Following the war with Azerbaijan, Artsakh has been dissolved and removed from the map
And this is why we travel lads. A country just disappeared overnight. The old Artsakh has been added as DLC.
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bomp
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>>2654967
NTA but don’t move to Montana or Idaho, you’re a bit too late having that idea. Population and cost of living has been exploding in those states and it’s only going to continue.
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Bump
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>be me, OP
>make this thread
>have 100 tabs open all the time because I'm a procrastinating fuck
>forget about the thread
>come back months later, it's still up
Nice.

Anyway, I've updated my map because I went to Hungary. It was a family trip so I didn't get to do much real travellin', but Budapest was really nice. Quickly became one of my favorite cities. I got to practice my newfound love for hiking and walked (not drove like the plebs) to the top of Hungary's highest peak, with the funny name Kékes. We also went on a day trip to the charming town of Szentendre, ticking off a total of three Hungarian counties and bringing my number of visited countries up to 36.
>>2648554
You're an actual legend and an inspiration for this board mate, always love reading your travel updates.
>>2654542
This might work. I'll see if I can make something out of it.
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Added Southern Spain, Gibraltar, and Tangiers to my list last week (due to the status of Gibraltar I wouldn't add the UK as a visited country)

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thai food vs viet food which is better ???
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>>2661843
Similar. Quy Nhon is easily in my top 5, maybe even top 3. Unfortunately it will be the next one to get touristed.com
Worth considering buying real estate there if the commies make it easier for foreigners like they said they would.
I stayed there a week. The beach in QN absolutely MOGS almost every other beach I saw.
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Da Lat is fucking shit.
I don't understand why all of my bible studying partners all onions the fuck out over it. They all want to go study the bible there. Basically if you promise to take them there they instantly open up their bible for you to study.
I have been there 4 times now because of this. Is there something I am missing here?
What's the redpill on Da Lat?
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>>2661851
It's Phú Yên isn't it
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>>2661826
>1/3 of the country were communist, 1/3 were anti communist and the 1/3 got caught in the crossfire
You need to read better history.
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I miss my viet girls


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