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    When out alone, what time do you try and get back home ?

    If you go somewhere in the evening by yourself, what time do you try and get home considering things like safety and travel time as a lone traveller?

    I usually try and get back for 9- 9 30, and will leave a place at 8-9pm as I feel unsafe after 9pm.

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    European vacation for an English only speaker?

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    I have traveled in Europe.  I learned a few key phrases in each of the languages of the countries I visited - "Do you speak English?" was particularly helpful, but I also learned how to ask for basic directions and for things like the restroom.  Even if learning languages is hard for you, it shouldn't be hard to learn a few phrases.  You can also use Google Translate or other translation apps on your phone. 

    However, many people in Europe do speak English, at least well enough to engage in basic communication.  The major tourist attractions and transportation hubs have signs in English.  You can pick up a guide to the Louvre that it is in English; you can also get a headset for a self-guided tour of the museum in English.  As I recall, there isn't really anything to read by the pieces of art themselves in the Louvre.

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    Traveling ?

    OKAY, so this sort of has something to do with travel, mostly after traveling, I really want to enjoy my early twenties (I'm 17 atm) and I REALLY want to buy a van and live in it and just enjoy myself and go wherever I want, however, would it be possible to have a "normal" life afterwards? Eventually I want a house, but will I be completely broke from just traveling? 

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    How many countries have you been to?

    I've been to:

    -Canada 

    -Denmark

    -Mexico 

    -Panama

    -Peru 

    -Seychelles

    -Spain  

    -U.S.A.

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    Countries?

    How many countries have you been to and where?

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    Do they sell these foods to eat in Iceland ?

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    They sell most of them in the freezer section of the Iceland supermarket... but the potatoes won't come with cheese or butter, you'd need to add this yourself. Likewise the burgers come as patties only; you have to buy the buns and cheese separately.

    If you mean Iceland the country; yes, fast food is available.

    5 Answers1 month ago
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    Would you take a job that let you travel around the world but paid very little often resulting in cheap hotels and 1 dollar snacks 4 dinner?

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    Not any time in the last 40 years. I might have taken such a job in my early 20s, for a while.

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    Is Europe an overrated continent?

    100 percent white (any poc will get set upon, not kidding).100x more racist and conservative than any US state. You need to be rich to travel there, let alone live there. Alcohol brands suck. No wilderness, just cities. Women must be emaciated supermodels to fit in. Soccer is the main sport. No good food. Music is more or less techno and crappy dance music.

    Plus everybody just goes there to look at buildings and museums. BOR-ING! 

    North America and Australia are underrated. Asia and Africa while also underrated, are off limits until after Covid (they're the last places to get vaccinated).

    5 Answers2 months ago
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    Would you visit your elderly grandparents who live overseas during the COVID pandemic? ?

    It's been too long that I haven't seen them and I feel like I can travel safely. Qatar airways was also rated number 2 on the cleanest airlines list.

    13 Answers3 months ago
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    Why did so many people travel internationally to opposite ends of the world during the 2010s and not the 80s or 90s?

    Especially given that during the last decade you could easily explore all sorts of regions around the world via the Internet for example on YouTube, Google Street View, Wikipedia, Expedia, etc.

    4 Answers3 months ago
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    If you had to choose between moving to Milan, Italy or Madrid, Spain which one would you choose?

    for the city, the quality of life, job offers

    4 Answers3 months ago
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    Traveling alone?

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    There's no reason to care what other people talk about me. So, I would keep having breakfast and enjoy a warm drink of hot chocolate. If they continue to stare at me, I would smile and say hello to them. 

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    Usps package delivery late?

    I ordered a package on December 5th, 2020. It is coming from Illinois to South Carolina. It traveled to a distribution center in Iowa and then updated that it arrived in Memphis Tennessee on December 13th. My package was suppose to arrive the 11th. I fully understand with Covid and the amount of shipments so many people are ordering. I was just concerned that it has said “arriving late in transit” since the 13th and has no USPS updates since. I called USPS a few days ago and they said it left the Memphis Tennessee area but my tracking doesn’t show that and still keeps saying “in transit” with no other updates for about 6 days. How would I know if USPS lost my package? I know it is late due to covid and I am understanding of that. I was just wondering why it wouldn’t update any tracking info? How would I know if my package was lost? I would be completely understanding if they did lose my package because I could only imagine the amount of packages they have. I am just curious if anyone had any answers my issue. Thank you

    4 Answers4 months ago
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