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  The Canada Thread (Potentially moving there in 2018)
Posted by: Zolo - 01-14-2017, 01:09 AM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (7)

I got a working visa for Canada. While I love Malta it's a one-off opportunity. 

Not sure if I take it up, but I need to activate it by July. Plus both my brothers live there so I've two reasons to go.

I'm struggling on how to spend two weeks there: West side where my bros live (Banf, rockies, Jasper, Vancouver etc..) or East side (Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara).

Anybody have any good info on Canada?

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  Belarus eases visa restrictions
Posted by: fgeorgio - 01-13-2017, 08:07 AM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (4)

No more visas for up to 5 days when flying into Minsk.Go there quick before the place gets overrun with stag parties.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-belaru...4T20R?il=0

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  Will Kazantip be back this year ?
Posted by: Prince - 01-10-2017, 02:11 AM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - No Replies

the website and facebook page says it will happen this year.. not in crimea tho and dont have a confirmed location
Does anyone have info besides the "official"(i dont even know anymore whats official) sources ?

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  What were your 2016 travel stats?
Posted by: Zolo - 01-07-2017, 12:57 AM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (12)

Here's mine:

Total Countries visited: 18
New Countries visited: 8

That puts my quest of travelling to every country in the world at 101/196, or 52% [Image: 1f642.png]:)

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  Warsaw, Poland city guide
Posted by: Alex - 01-06-2017, 10:00 PM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (8)


Warsaw, Poland


Brief Overview of the City
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Warsaw is a fantastic city for history, culture, drinking and meeting women. With a population of 1.75 million it's the largest city in Poland, and the tenth-largest in the EU. That population is swelled by massive numbers of students from all over the world attending Warsaw's many universities, which adds a strong pulse of youth and fun to the city.

Today Warsaw is at a balance of east and west - eastern European culture and values freely mix with western riches.


The Women

Polish women are gorgeous! They are also incredibly open and friendly, especially if you learn a little bit of Polish which really gets their fannies dripping. The majority have dark hair, with brown or green eyes, and look very similar to other eastern European women (Ukrainians mainly). A lot of them are quite tall, 5'8" all the way up to 6'1" which is fine for me, because I'm 6'3" but shorter guys might have to pick their targets carefully. I've seen most busts in the B-C range, with a few on either extreme. Polish women take very good care of themselves and fatties are rare.

They do speak English, but as stated above there are some benefits to learning Polish. It marks you out from the other idiot stag do hordes that descend upon Warsaw in the summertime, and tingles their patriotic genes. Polish girls are a little more conservative than girls in the west, but still pretty liberal. ONS are reasonably common. Don't expect too much exotic capital from being a foreigner, because the city is swamped with them.


Game

Hookup chances depend on your looks, strategy and location. In some bars and clubs the girls are clearly up for it and you just have to not fuck up. I never tried daygame cause it's a bit gay, but in terms of night game the girls appreciate a gentle but firm approach. Make your intentions known but don't hang around if they are clearly uninterested because you will be shouted at. As with everywhere in EE, buy the girl a drink. Salaries here are shitty and drinks are peanuts for a westerner used to nights out in London, NY and Paris.

Tinder is popular here and full of gorgeous women. I get at least two matches a day.


Nightlife Recommendations

Warsaw nightlife is pretty spread out across the city, but the majority of venues are located within 2-3km of the palace of culture and the university. I never really went out in the old town, which is quite a lot more touristy than the below venues. The iconic and frankly amazing nightclub Nowa Jerozolima has sadly closed down, but the nightlife is still booming. Most places have Facebook pages where you can see what's going on.

PAVILONY: A really chilled collection of bars in a courtyard off Nowy Swiat. You go through an archway and find 10-20 bars clustered together, each with a slightly different theme but all serving cheap beer and cocktails. It's a great place to predrink and barhop and full of students having a good time. Probably better in summer than winter, because in summer people just buy drinks from the corner shop and sit around on the floor with their friends drinking outside the bars. Good place to score weed if that's your thing.

PLAN B: My favorite bar in Warsaw. It's about 20 minutes walk or a 5 minute bus from the culture palace, and is an incredibly relaxed divebar. It attracts all ages but primarily from 18-30, and is more of an "alternative" crowd. Girls here are almost definitely dtf. Wait until about 11pm, when everyone is nicely sauced on the cheap beer and the staff takes away the tables, allowing the dj to open up a dancefloor for 80s and 90s classics. Grab a girl to dance with and you should be sorted for the night. Again, good place to pick up weed.

SMOLNA: This underground club is probably what most people imagine when they think about clubbing in Eastern Europe. It doesn't open until about midnight and has a no-camera policy - doormen will put stickers on your phone cameras while patting you down. The club is basically a wine cellar in a 19th century building with rough stone walls and a big central chamber, where Polish and visiting DJ's play European house, techno and trance music until 5 or 6am. Lines for the bathroom are long because so many people are snorting coke in the stalls. Everyone else is already on MDMA. Cover charge usually about 30PLN.

LUZZTRO: Very similar to Smolna except turned up to 20, these two clubs are actually really close to each other. Most nights it opens from 12am to 12pm, and people start showing up around 3 or 4 when other clubs and bars are throwing them out. Similar music and atmosphere to Smolna. Cover charge 10-30PLN depending on night.

HYRDOZAGADKA: Never been, but heard good things about it. Similar to the previous two but a bit more upmarket.

Day Game Locations (optional)

As said I didn't really do much daygame but here are some decent locations with loads of girls.

Krakowskie Przedmiescie and Nowy Swiat (university street)

Zolty Tarasy shopping mall

Arkadia shopping mall

Other Info / Recommendations? (optional)

Stay within a 5 minute walk of the culture palace, it's the heart of the city.

Buses are cheap and go everywhere, as do trams and the metro. Remember that the metro and trams stop around midnight/1am, but there is a night bus service that covers most of the city. If you don't like public transport, there are of course cheap and plentiful taxis.


Warsaw has a couple of decent shooting ranges, which are a fun couple of hours if you're into that sort of thing. you can rent anything from a .22 pistol to a fully automatic MG42, no certification required.

Personal Experience

I have been in Warsaw for almost 4 months now, and I love it. The city looks and feels like a bigger, richer version of Belgrade - my favourite EE city. Some highlights of my stay:

Getting photographed leading a 20,000 strong protest in the rainy night, lit by flares - by accident!

Travelling into the far flung suburbs at 11pm with a bunch of local semi-celebrities to drink at someone's flat.

A 24 hour booze and pill fueled bender from Plan B to Luzztro to Plan B to Smolna.

Dating three girls from three countries in one day.

Shooting 12 gauges and racking the slide like Arnie (hey, we don't get to do that in the UK).


The Bottom Line

Vibrant, welcoming and full of potential.


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  To those who are working remotely : what do you do ?
Posted by: Edmaster - 01-04-2017, 04:56 PM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (7)

I always here some guys on the forum changing their current living location to go for a place to another.

I am personally working on a affiliate marketing business using this website in order to help build some traffic (https://www.trafficswarm.com) to get free advertising and learning some coding as well (mainly JAVA, Python...)

I know some guys do SEO for a company, some are web designer, some are hired as social media manager, some write and sells ebooks, some actually can work remotely (aka virtual assistant)... for those who are working remotely what do you do ?

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  Easiest city in Romania ?
Posted by: Edmaster - 12-15-2016, 01:45 AM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (3)

Hello guys, i know there has been data sheet on some different cities in Romania but i would like to have your personal opinion on that !

I prefer less larger city and tend to think that women in the capital (of any country) are somewhat more "bitchy".

Which city in Romania combine hot women and easiness on your opinion ? (prefer avoiding Bucharest)

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  Best VPN for China?
Posted by: JJ Roberts - 12-12-2016, 06:56 PM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (4)

Ok as you probably know many sites are blocked in China  by the great firewall of china

Sites like gmail, google search, google docs, facebook etc

You need a VPN to get around them and none of the free VPNs that are out there work

Am gonna gave to pay for one with a monthly fee but its ok because the fee is pretty low

Need one that is optimised to get around the great firewall and to give fast service in china

Suggestions?

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  Best car to sleep in during a road trip ?
Posted by: Edmaster - 12-11-2016, 08:03 PM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - No Replies

Hello guys, 
I know there are very experienced travelers on the forum... i would like to have your advice on which car/van should i get (cheapest possible) in order to sleep in during a road trip... and why not having sex inside too Wink  

I mean i'm not talking about a very long term road trip but something like 2 mouths or so. 

What's your thought about it ?

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  Fidel Castro Dead Aged 90
Posted by: JJ Roberts - 11-26-2016, 03:39 PM - Forum: Travel & Adventure - Replies (4)

Cuba will never be the same again

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