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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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I have a totally autistic question guys!!!
If I lose my US visa waiver from visiting a shithole like Iran, and then get an israeli citizenship (I'm a halfkike), can I get back my visa waiver???
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>>2655358
No, because the conditions for the visa waiver are tied to the person, not the passport.
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>>2653914
Will be staying in Germany for a week and want to go somewhere new for a minimum of 2 nights.

Prague or Gdansk?
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>>2655373
Gdansk.

Prague is overcrowded and done. Gdansk is kino in summer. Cycle the Hel Peninsula and get a ferry back for a unique experience. Also lots of historical stuff re: communism and WW2.
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>>2655392
Prague may be tourist disneyland, but it's still Prague. It's like comparing Amsterdam and Ghent. Amsterdam has a lot of issues, but it's still a city worth visiting at least once.
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>>2655405
If it was winter, I'd easily say Prague. In summer, however, Gdansk just has more diverse set of things to offer. i.e.:
>beaches
>Hel Peninsula cycle journey
>Westerplatte open air museum
>3 well-connected cities in one to explore
>Malbork castle day trip
>Caneoing in canals

It all depends what OP is doing in Germany, too. If he's jumping from city to city, then would Prague really offer anything THAT unique?
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Best medical tourism country? I am in SEA so I was looking at India, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand. What would be some major pros and cons of any of these? Price and care quality are most important of course. I wouldn’t think India would be great but it is spoken of really highly online when searching this topic.
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>>2655392
>>2655408
Hey anon, thanks for the Gdansk suggestion. Just for context, I'll be in Germany for business but I have 3 off days which I can spend going to a country I haven't been.

Malbork is already on my plans but not Hel Peninsula. Looks kino but how would you go about it? Are the beaches in Hel the best or are there better ones around Gdansk?
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>>2655469
You'd get public transport to Wladyslowowo (base of peninsula). When you're there there's a company called Ottobike who you can rent a bike from and then drop off in Hel (end of peninsula). Route is 40km, should take like 2 hours, and gives you freedom to stop off anywhere on the way. Think it's 50pln for a day's rental.

The peninsula is just 1 big beautiful beach like picrel. Definitely nicer than the main cities (though obviously less people here).

If you don't like biking, there's a single track railway going up there, but that robs you of the freedom to stop wherever you please.

From Hel you then get the ferry back to Gdansk, which is a nice journey taking you past the famous shipyards, etc. Make sure you check this time, or you'll be kinda stranded and will need to sleep the night there.
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>>2655492
Sounds extremely based. Thanks anon!
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>>2653914
Strange question for 4chan, but /trv/ seems sort-of socially adjusted.
What are the most significant changes in travelling once you become a parent? Besides having to keep kid-friendly activities in the program, of course. Parentanons, did becoming a parent enhance the travel experience or did you feel better off when you could decide exactly what you wanted to do and when?
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>>2656775
Other than work Ive stopped traveling completely. Its just not worth it. Too much risk traveling with a toddler and there isnt any point since he wont remember any of it. Im also of the opinion that travelers with little children are just disgustingly selfish.
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>>2657199
At what point/age will you consider travelling again? Or have you given up completely?
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How strict are the EU's anti-racism laws? I'm not gonna deny the holocaust or shout "nigger" in the streets, but I do want to tell off gypsy scammers and Chinese tourists.
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Do I need a car rental in Zakopane? Rented a house 20 min walk from the train station for ~8 days in June. Plan to hike and chill. Already visited Krakow and all the surrounding stuff.
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>>2658533
> anon yells at scammers and people doing dumb stuff
No problem

> anon uses racial epithets while doing so
Problem

Although are you really coming here just to shout at some Chinese tourists? Can’t you do that at home?
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>>2653914
>Watching some border patrol show
>They keep investigating people for only bringing like $80 into the country
Why is this even a thing? Don't border patrols know you can withdraw money in other countries?
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I have a Netherlands passport with a long layover at Heathrow; can I go through border control to explore London for the day without a visa?
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>>2658576
>Wants to go hiking
>Do I need a car to get a 20min walk away
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Can anyone give me the insider information on Chiansu? Is it just a shitty city as it seems or are there some interesting experiences to be had? I won't be there long so a lot of travelling is out of the question
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>>2657207
When the kiddos old enough to remember the trips.
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>>2659068
Buddy, you can legally stay in the UK without a visa for up to six months. A single day would be no trouble at all.
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How much is the language barrier a issue when traveling to countries where most people don't speak English (India, Korea, Saudi Arabia)?

Is getting a tour guide a must?
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>>2659065
I’ve had visas where the conditions included proving means at the border. This was easily done by printing off a bank statement but they also accepted physical money, stock certificates and precious metals.

Dunno which border you were watching but I can imagine it’s that
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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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>>2661980
Just settle down in one place young man, don't follow others. You've never travelled, you're not going run out of sights and experiences in the region you're in
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>>2661292
That looks like a good itinerary, make sure to take the train between the four cities in Uzbekistan, the fast ones sell out quickly.
Since there are no direct flights between Urgench (closest airport to Khiva) and Almaty, you might want to invert the itinerary like this: Tashkent - overnight train - Khiva - Bukhara - Samarkand - fly to Almaty.
Summer will be warm/hot but it will be dry heat, so entirely manageable by taking plenty of water.
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>>2653914
Part meme, part genuine, will I get dirty looks if I fly into Frankfurt wearing lederhosen? I will be in Germany for the Bayerische Löwe and on one side, I want to wear tracht to save on the suitcase space/weight. On the other hand, I'm reminded of the /trv/ banner of the guy wearing jap garb while surrounded by jap businessmen in suits. Would just the Joppe and hat be fine, since they don't scream folksy, but are also a bitch and a half to keep nice in a suitcase?
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>>2656775
Didn't happen very often, at least in my family. Partially agree with >>2657199 that toddlers and younger won't remember most of it. On the other hand, I'd like to think that some parents have good reason. My parents would take us to my mom's country when my siblings and I were born and old enough to travel so that her side could also do the typical doting stuff.
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>>2656775
Making sure your daughters little pussy doesn't end up getting sucked. It was happen quicker than you think, 5 minutes you not not being with her and/or thinking every guy around has got your best interests at Heart
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>>2653914
How do I get a job in another country? I have degree in STEM.
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>>2662584
Age? Years of experience? What country are you from? Skillsets? Any possible dependencies to take care of?

I don't know how you expect any good advice when you give basically no information for anyone to work with.
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>>2662139
Thanks lad. I was thinking of getting a private car transfer from Bukhara to Khiva. Also is Khiva worth it in your opinion? Seems out of the way for a small town.
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>>2662804
It's absolutely worth going to all three of Bukhara, Khiva and Samarkand, each has a completely different vibe while still being similar.
Yeah, a taxi between Bukhara and Khiva is a good choice as well, between Bukhara-Samarkand-Tashkent the trains are more frequent.
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>>2662586
nta but I need to fuck off asap out of my country (thirdie). In the pharmaceutical industry but just graduated and I still have my community service years ahead of me. Is the best play just to rope a foreign qt to change my nationality that way? No idea how to go about just applying for a job and moving over. I assume I'll have to do their exams as well and redo some comserv years as well
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>>2653914
I'm moving to Oahu in a couple months. What am I in for? Any tips on things to do and see?
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Hello all, I’ll be flying to Mexico City from Reynosa (airport also in Mexico). Will I need a a FMM/Tourist card? I’m a US Citizen with a passport card.
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>>2662888
You will get a stamp in your passport in Reynosa, if entering there first from the US. Traveling within México does not require an FMM. They don't have paper FMMs anymore
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Got an opportunity to do 2 days in oen of the following cities with a pal: Milan, Copenhagen or Marseille. Any advice on which would be best? I enjoy photography, history stuff and coffee/food.
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>>2662925
Copenhagen and it's not even close. The other two are shitholes.
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Flying from London Heathrow to Hong Kong via Beijing
I have a 6 hour wait in Beijing until my HK flight
Will my luggage be transferred automatically? It's the same carrier (China Southern air) and the flights were not booked separately

Also can I use Alipay without internet to buy shit in PEK?
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>>2655392
Gdańsk is hell in summer, wtf are you talking about?
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My flight (first time going to US)-
>Latvia -> Amsterdam -> US
At what point do they check my documents and stuff?
I have 50 minutes to get from my first flight (Latvia -> Amsterdam) to second flight (Amsterdam -> US). I'm worried that j will be stuck in some passport/customs/border check and miss my flight.
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>>2662859
If you’re a pharmacist then every first world country has some regulator that publishes what the mutual recognition criteria are for your qualifications. Tick all those boxes and then you can get a job and move

If you’re on the R&D or production side then you can just apply for jobs that say they’ll sponsor visas, but given the supply and demand mismatch for STEM labour this will be hard.
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>>2662955
Never been to Milan but Marseille and Copenhagen are about as different as European cities can be
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>>2663174
Amsterdam
>50 minutes between flights
Between arrival and departure? That's a tight connection.
Did you book this as one ticket?
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>>2663180
I have not bought it yet. I found it on Skyscanner. I think you buy it as one ticket.
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>>2663170
What, you gonna recommend it in winter instead, lol?
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>>2663002
China Southern, oh shit good luck trying to sleep on that flight (hope it's not too late to cancel your flight)
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I have a short break in july of about 5 days and I'd like to fly to somewhere in europe but I can't really decide where. I've heard europe is really hot and busy in summer but for a short trip of 5 days I really don't have any other good international options from east coast USA.

Any recommendations? I've been to Austria, that's the only european country I've seen so far.
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Can any Americans be honest with me what the cocaine situation is like? I read about fentanyl a lot from your country, how likely am I to get coke which is cross contaminated with fentanyl from a street dealer? I will be coming to Dallas
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why do people waste time at airline lounges? i don't get it. why not just go out and explore. i'm always looking to maximize my stay when traveling.
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Hey guys. What's the easiest way for me, an American, to volunteer/work in hostels in Europe? I'm in Portugal rn staying w/ a relative, but I want to branch out.

I heard of Workaway and Worldpackers but those sites charge a fee. Do those sites even work? Should I just cold email hostels? HELP!!!
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>>2655415
PANAMA
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>>2663930
>why not just go out and explore
they either cant or dont have the time to
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>>2663873
i wouldnt know im not a crackhead. if you are coming to my country how about you respect the fucking law and refrain from using drugs for your short stay junkie
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Are all of the westerners in Bulgaria right now since they have just come into schengen?
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Going to the Royal Albert Hall in London for a gig but have never been before. Is it just like any other venue for a gig or is it more strict? It feels like the kind of place you would need to dress up a little for and I can imagine they don't let you bring drinks out to the standing section
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>>2664098
There is no de-facto difference for European citizens. Even before you could go and come back with the same documents anywhere else in the Schengen area.
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>>2664463
Who is it you are seeing anon

The Albert hall itself does not have a dress code. Certain promoters impose one but this is for classical concerts and that kind of thing. If you’re going to listen to Holst you dress better anyway. Last time I was there I was in jeans and t shirt. I could move around freely with my drink from the bar too but again could vary with event
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>>2653914

Im a burger flying to shitaly soon,
Ive never flown internationally- how does customs work? I go through a line after I land in Rome and, what, they look at my passport quickly and ask i have anything to declare? How long does this take? Do they shake me down? What do I have to worry about brining? Im just gonna bring clothes and camera gear really. When I fly back from Paris to LAX do I go through customs as an American citizen?
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>>2662481
Im not German but I bet you’ll look very retarded. Not that the temporary opinions of strangers actually matters though.
You really cant just change into them later?
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>>2664474
Yeah not going to a classical music concert or anything, just going to see the War on Drugs. Seems like a fancy venue for a rock concert but sounds like it should be the same as any other one I've been to from what you say
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>>2664483
you just land there and everyone goes mama mia pizzeria. Milano has better weather and less bag ads for gucci.

Ps. The non EU international visitors arrivals / departures then just show papers and yes im a burger
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>>2663873
try it and find out
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do you think my passport is in good condition?. The inside is good, it just has those bites in the cover. Should I request a new one? I have a trip in two days so im getting stressed
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>>2665331
>do you think my passport is in good condition?
yes
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What is the best country to visit as an american who has never gone to another country before solo? I'm open to anything, I considered japan but it seems like it would be too expensive and I might need to save up for it.
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>>2665395
Bangladesh is coming up and it's safe.
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Anybody have experience visiting Australia? I submitted my ETA and they say there's normally a response in 72 hours... It's been two weeks and I'm still just showing "submitted".
What do I do? I already have tickets and plans because I assumed some random American who wants to see kangaroos and shit for two weeks would get auto-approval.
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>>2665395
See taiwan before china invades it.

No seriously, go see it, the CIA thinks they are going to invade by 2027, see it before they do that.
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Are there any tea internships that actually lead to career opportunities, or are they all working vacations that you pay for?
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>>2653914
Things to do in western Spain / Portugal mid September / early October? Pic so I can find this a month from now.
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Why are there almost no electric sockets to be found at airports
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>>2666001
I guess Salamanca will be full of new students...
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Does anyone have any tips on how to overcome indecisiveness regarding traveling?
I like going out on solo trips but I somehow manage to obsessively fuzz over destinations and minor details to the point that I sometimes just sit at home during my vacation instead.
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>>2664486
I saw Opeth of all bands playing there years ago. Played black water park in its entirety and a bunch of other stuff from their back catalogue. Was beyond based. As well as prog metal they do ballet and opera and so on. You’ll be fine anon
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I mean this in full seriousness because my life is uneventful and aimless; if I were to travel to, let's say Germany, hide my passport and walk into immigration pretending to be a refugee will they give me a visa? I'm white as a sheep and speak perfect English so idk if they'll believe me.
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>>2666671
Literally came here to ask this myself. I think you'll be delegated the really shitty immigrant jobs and given a shitty room in a shitty shared house, on top of having to sleep in a camp for like 9 months because the process (I'd imagine) would be long. Still wonder if anyone here has done it
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Going to Ecuador, but before we depart for the jungle we’re going to stay a while near quito

My question is: should we stay in quito proper, or somewhere near by like Mindo/otavolo. We’ll be in the area a week or ten days
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>>2667855
Furthermore, after we leave, we want to stay a month or so in either Puyo or Baños

Which do you suggest?
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Any remote workers or DNs have experience living in two places at once? I have a place in a rural college town but it’s gotten a little bit isolating and I’m thinking about getting in the habit of annual short term rental in the city.
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why is the train network in Turkey so shit?
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I'm in Bern Switzerland right now. I didn't plan or research much and the weather's been shit so I haven't really done much anyway. I got a flight out of Geneva in the late afternoon in a couple of days, what can I spend 4 or 5 hours doing? I'd like to go up some mountain for some views but I didn't do any of them because its all been shit weather with no views, otherwise I'll probably just chill in Geneva for the half day. I don't really want to travel back further away from Geneva just to have to go back the other way in the same day either
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>>2653914
My wife and I are looking to hit up SEA, weve done Thailand Malaysia and Indo back in 2017-18, the highlights being Penang, Langkawi and Koh Chang. My question is, how have these places changed (better/worse) and what else should we look into? Vietnam is on our radar but weve heard mixed things about it, crappy locals, scams etc. we wiuld go for a month and would need decent wifi to do some work while gone. Any suggestions? Im comfortable on a motorbike.
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I plan to visit Belize for the first time mainly to scuba dive. I'm staying in San Pedro for 5 day trip with 1 day free to do whatever. Any suggestions? I was thinking Altun Ha but not sure if it's worth spending hours traveling back and forth.
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>>2653914
If I want to go to Andorra from Barcelona, do they still check passports at the border? I'm going to Barcelona soon but my passport won't get stamped due to my profession. I only wanna go there as a day trip.
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What are the best city to walk like 3 to 5 days with lot of things to see outside that are not Paris or Rome ?
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>>2662481
Just keep it in your suitcase for the event and wear normal clothes in transit so you save on luggage space.
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>>2656775
Destinations and priorities shifted a lot as well as the amount of money required.
5-6 trips a year turned down to 1-2, loosely planned "we wing it" trips turned into very structured ones, a lot of oversea trips turned into "in the region" ones and suddenly I can see the appeal of a weekend/vacation house.
It changes the meta as you can't be reckless anymore, simple as.
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>>2669373
Greece
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Didn't really see a packing thread and don't feel like making one at the moment. Nice things to pack other people might not bring?
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>first time in a hostel
>assigned to a 4-bed room with 3 girls (am male)
is this normal?
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>>2671566
In a mixed dormitory, that's totally normal. If they (the girls) don't like it, they are free to book a female-only dorm (which a lot of hostels have).
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>>2671468
a plastic bag or two
Doesn't take up space, weighs nothing and you can use them in many ways if needed.
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>>2671568
they're not against it i think but i just feel hilariously out of place, thanks
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>>2671578
Again if they were against it they would be in female only. They're European so they will be naked around you
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Nicaragua Costa Rica or Panama?
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Is Rwanda a good location to be a digital nomad?
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For a roadtrip is it worth just sleeping in your car until you hit your main destination then switch to hotels, or is it better to just get a hotel each night?

For hotels is it better to book ahead of time or on the fly?
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I'm flying Turkish airlines business class to istanbul and transiting there to economy. Will I get to use the business class lounge in istanbul because my previous flight was business? The lounge that they offer before my business flight at my local airport is totally shit.
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>>2672089
I found the answer, they only look at departing and not arriving
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Would you recommend Ecuador for a holiday over other south American countries?
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I'm traveling to Egypt next week, and want to get cellular data.
Where to get and how much would it cost?
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>>2671942
Pros of on the fly is if you get a total retard on the same hotel, you're not stuck with the problem for weeks. Cons is you will have to think more and be active.
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So almost every day of next couple weeks, or next couple months (it's june now) will be above 80 degrees.

I know for people in texas or something it's like 100 degree's like 70% of year. But I live semi north.

Anyways, do I not go out, or buy a bunch of junk to block sun?
What are some good things to buy?
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I'm Scandinavian, what are the implications of SAS leaving Star Alliance? Are flight prices gonna go way up?
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>>2673276
I cannot stand direct sun for more than five minutes a year, and struggle in 20C (68F)

Outside is fine but I have to take precautions to avoid going scarlet. Factor 50 sun cream + loose baggy light long clothing + sunglasses + hat with brim. I cannot wear flip flops without rubbing sun cream off and getting sun burn, which is super annoying as I keep a lot of heat in my shoes

Indoors must be AC or underground (cooler constant temps below ground).

Flying is hell as the airports are always 25C and I’m leaking sweat. I’m not even overweight and I’m leaving pools of sweat wherever I sit. Embarrassing. Same with rail and cars, need AC or I’m going to suffer.

Also carry litres of water with you at all times

> t. Celt
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What cities in the world have like a unique, or unconventional artistry, or attention to detail in terms of how their landscaped, architectured, how their infrastructure flows, etc.
I'm looking for a place I can just get lost exploring for 3 or more days.
For now I'm limiting my search to Europe because I'm going with a friend who has limits to where he can travel, but other suggestions are welcome for future trips.
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>>2675231
Ukraine, Belarus, Argentina, Colombia, if you are a faggot Brazil.
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On the train to milan, I wont get there till 1100, am i gonna get mugged getting to my airbnb? also why is border control boarding the train from zurich to iraly?
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>>2673256
what the hell are you trying to say
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I managed to land a job at front desk receptionist with no experience
Does someone here has a job like this and could share some wisdom?
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should i bother with this?



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