18, got my first passport. advice for travelling?

18, got my first passport. advice for travelling?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Is this thread serious? Are you having a fucking laugh right now?
    >18, got my first passport. advice for travelling?

    Congratulations you got a fucking passport oh my god.

    What the... A THREAD DIED FOR THIS!

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Based brexit passport chad.
    Please give us a lot more detail if you want any advice though. (Budget, interests, how much time do you have to travel? alone or with who?)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I voted for Brexit, whilst simultaneously having a British and EU passport, laughing all the way to the bank living well in the med at you fucking retards stuck on your grim, damp, paki infested monkey island.

      Only thing based about it, is the fact that it’s now harder for the UK to export it’s trashy people abroad. Saying that as a Brit.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're clearly not a RealTraveler™. Literally nothing has changed travelwise, we still get to fly anywhere in europe for less than 60 bar roundtrip, glide through the border, and fuck your(you're clearly a seething yuro, not really a brit) women while shitfaced on your cheap alcohol.

        Brits get two weeks visa exemption in Vietnam while eurofags have to get visas like a pack of common morons lmao.

        Lol I visited 'nam just after this becane a thing. Imagine being a eur*pean in this day and age.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Literally nothing has changed travelwise

          Granted, but now your right to work and live in the EU for extended periods of time is basically impossible without jumping through retarded government hoops, visas and paperwork.

          For quality of living, there isn’t a single British city that breaks even top 20 in terms of quality of life. I’m speaking as someone who has travelled to more than 45 countries worldwide and seen almost all of Europe. Most of Britain is a fucking dump today, and with your current passport you have no option but to stay there, unless you want to spend significant amounts of time and money.

          Secondly, I’m white and British, admittedly it’s not a nationality I’m particularly proud of, given what the country has become. My ancestors span back as far as I can possibly trace to this island. You have no idea what my circumstances are to which I’m entitled for EU citizenship.

          As I said, stay in your damp, grey, shithole of an island, infested with crime and pakis as well as a failing police force which protects them. Maybe enjoy a little bit of the local cuisine down at one of your local fried halal chicken shops and finish it off with a pint down the pub with Dave and Gazza.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Secondly, I’m white and British, admittedly it’s not a nationality I’m particularly proud of, given what the country has become.
            >You have no idea what my circumstances are to which I’m entitled for EU citizenship.
            I have a hunch you're descended from Spanish garden gnomes kicked out by Ferdinand and Isabella. The Spanish gov't has a scheme for naturalizing people who can trace their ancestry to them.
            Britain took in your ancestors and you're not "particularly proud to be British?" I guess there's a reason they called them "marranos" (swine).

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              No, not the case for me. You’re clearly missing the part where I mentioned I can trace my ancestors back to Britain as far back as records go. I would suggest re-reading.

              Regardless though, what Britain did in the past, and how it used to be governed, is not reflective of what Britain has become today. This country is a crummy, shallow shadow of what it was even a few decades ago, in virtually every aspect, but especially in it’s inhabitants.

              It’s not until you live somewhere else that you realise how trashy, pathetic uncultured this place has become.

              Regardless though, I’m going to carry on sipping cold beers next to the pool at my local rooftop bar overlooking winding old romantic streets getting warm sun on my face in January after work, whilst you head down the local Wetherspoons in the rain, surrounded by chav council estate scum and loud mouthed slags. Hopefully bossman sorts you out with a few extra wings afterwards though.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >british
    >don't
    What a shitty thread, OP. Just decide the destination, see the requirements (visa, vaccines...), buy tickets, reserve a hostel/hostel, take your credit/debit cards and cash... Not hard. Just don't pick fights like british tend to do and don't get shitfaced overseas, specially when you're alone (if you are with people who are not your friends that count as being alone). Also, if you go to a non western country just look at the don'ts before you go there.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >British passport
    Chuck it in the bin it's useless anyway

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Travel to Pattya, put on your favorite 'norf FC t-shirt, walk to the pub, and marvel at your future.

    As a british man with a passport, you too will someday end up as a bald alcoholic imp, with a massive gut, and a bad itch from all the young rice paddy pussy you've been buying.

    what a time to be alive.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yes but also look at the 20 year old sitting in his lap.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Somewhere cheap. I say check out the Balkans or Tbilisi Georgia

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Tbilisi is like three or four times more expensive now thanks to the gay Russian's who fled the country. Literally the Caucasus is just full of gay Russians who have fled Putin at this point. So, OP if you are gay it's a great choice!

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Fucking wonderful. The Caucasus once a super Conservative escape area, now infested with leftard Russians. So they are the new commiefornia

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yep. My mashrutka from Georgia to Armenia had three gay as fuck Russians on there, and guess if they were obnoxious and awful? They belonged in California. Caucasus are ruined unless those countries can somehow get rid of all the gay Russians.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Putin making Russia and Ukraine better every day

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's fucking insane, you can't even imagine how much pissed I am. It was my go to from gay ass Schengen. Now it's as expensive as most german cities. Absurd.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It is still great go-to country, but fucking hell. Just not as relaxed as it used to be. I'm so sad, hopefully it works out well for dear Sakartvelians.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I wish we could fucking kill them all in Minecraft.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Brits get two weeks visa exemption in Vietnam while eurofags have to get visas like a pack of common morons lmao.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    buy yourself a 1-way ticket to PH and creampie in the philpphines

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Start to shape your passport into a cigar/roll shape so you can store it in your rectum when traveling

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You are the problem everywhere I go.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Britannon

    OP

    can I traveling with you? I need a mate I won't lie.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sure.
    1) Never overstay. Not even a day. Always leave one week BEFORE the end of your visa, no matter what happens.

    2) Always double check visa info with direct primary sources, aka embassy and foreign affair websites. never trust someone's word. sometimes things get reformed or removed.

    3) Anyone who is local too friendly, and speaks relatively intelligible english = scammer. No matter where. If someone strikes a conversation with you, even if it's an hour long, wait carefully for the moment where something will be asked out of you. Also, keep everything in your pockets.

    4) Your passport should be in the hotel safe or in a safe place different than your wallet at all times and your ID should be in a different place other than your passport. If your passport is at the hotel, your ID should therefore be with you. This is because if one is lost, you can always go to the embassy with your ID.If you have no passport, you're in for a shitty hell of a ride, but a nightmare if you don't have your ID either.

    5) Have two cards, one in a safe place, one with you. get an online banking card for free, they're a dime a dozen now. Always put in that account enough for a plane ticket back home and then some.

    6) You should always have emergency cash, because during your first travel you're bound to have at least one frozen card, but maybe both. Don't exchange your money until you know you need it. Otherwise you'll be wasting cash on ridiculous exchange rates.

    7) Don't travel alone if you can't help it, especially if your goal is to party. If you get drugged, if shit happens, or anything, no one will help you.

    8) Always tell a friend or a family member (or more of course) where you're going and if there's an accident or anything happening to you, notify. Don't just disappear off the face of the Earth, for two reasons : so that if you are travelling alone, that person can bail you out. And a more macabre one is that if you die, someone can notify your next of kin.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I overstayed my visa in Korea by a day, the person at the airport didn't even check
      But this was a work visa not a tourist visa

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        And I once got a free PS3 back in the days with the free coupon scam and got away with it.

        Just because you got lucky with doing something illegal doesn't mean it's the baseline.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Always leave one week BEFORE the end of your visa
      Seems excessive. Surely 2-3 days would be enough buffer; obviously you don't want to try to leave day of in case your flight gets cancelled but I can't imagine there's no way to get another flight or do a ferry/bus (depending on if you're somewhere on an island country) to leave the country with a day or two of buffer.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It depends on the duration of your visa. If it's a short term tourist visa, sure. If it's a 3 month visa exemption skimming a week or two wouldn't hurt.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Book a flight to Kabul

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why is it black? Mines red.

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