>No friends. >No gf

>No friends
>No gf
How do you have fun traveling?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    People with no friends and no gf are exactly the ones fit for a lifetime of travel. Nothing to tie you down, nothing holding you back. Free as a bird.

    Every cloud has a silver lining.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      job tho

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >current year
        >not working remote
        shiggy

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          wot are da EZiest ways to work remote?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Just get a passive income. It's literally that simple.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That is something how I imagine my life to go - I have couple of ftiends, but I am total autist when it comes to make a move on a girl (I literally start to panic when I am around somebody I like, or when a girl looks that she is interested while I am dancing at rave - i just walk away somewhere else to dance), 30 next year and it looks like nothing is going to change because I am just lazy retard.

      Sometimes I get an appointment with a prostitute I like to spend time with and just kinda cuddle and talk/no sex.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Drink a bit and loosen up anon, remember they will forget you and dont even know who you are. Unironically since you are a coomer like me I always keep an abundance type mentality like the puas with my hookers, and just make a move on a chick. If I get rejected than so be it, I can pay some girl 60$ to fuck and cuddle for the hour

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Drink a bit and loosen up anon
          I am an alcoholic, so if I drink, I will get shitfaced drunk and I just cant help it. I am now third day sober, which is not much, but it is better than to drink for me.

          >remember they will forget you and dont even know who you are.
          That is true. Next time I go somewhere, I will try. Like I was at this party hostel this christmas and this girl sat relatively close to me and I just couldnt make myself to talk even though I had about one bottle of wine and a beer. So alcohol does not really help. Even drugs like cocaine, MDMA, ectasy - I just cant make myself to talk to some girl.
          On the other hand, when I travel solo, I find myself much more courageous to even talk to strangers than when I am in my home country.

          Lets see what the future holds.

          Good luck to you all, love you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      this. Trying toe line up everyone's schedule is a hassle, a real royal pain in the ass.

      https://i.imgur.com/UnIUFaf.jpg

      this is something that isn't talked about enough. travel compatibility is a real thing. I went on a TWO DAY road trip with just ONE overnight stop with my gf for the first time and we were at each other's throats almost instantly.

      Im the kind of person that just likes to pack my shit and go, especially for such a short trip, and she wanted to plan and schedule every piss break. Last time I ever travelled with her

      >Im the kind of person that just likes to pack my shit and go
      same. Need a spontaneous ride or die bitch who I can just reach out to on the weekends, like "hey we're going to X this weekend, start packing so we can roll" then just bounce.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Protip: If you travel with "friends", you won't be friends for very much longer

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this is something that isn't talked about enough. travel compatibility is a real thing. I went on a TWO DAY road trip with just ONE overnight stop with my gf for the first time and we were at each other's throats almost instantly.

      Im the kind of person that just likes to pack my shit and go, especially for such a short trip, and she wanted to plan and schedule every piss break. Last time I ever travelled with her

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Hates travelling with girlfriend because it shows how different and incompatible they are
        >Still together

        This will end well

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You can be incompatible when it comes to your travel preferences and still be compatible in other ways, anon-san.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I think that's what kids these days would call cope
            If you can't stand each other when you're travelling fast forward 5 years when you have kids or any big life stuff comes at you
            If you want to believe you're compatible and it just happens to be travelling you cant do together then good luck to you but its not
            t.anonsama

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You type like a redditor.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >muh secret sighsee club where we hate reddit xD
          kys

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >bocchi the reddit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Kek, this.
      Travelled once with a group of friends, 4 of us.
      At the end of the trip, one is completely hated by 3 of us and we all lost contact with him for being an autistic retard throughout the whole trip, and the remaining two friends don’t talk to each other anymore for some reason.
      We used to be friends for over 7 years kek.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        once you get a gf who makes you take pics of her jumping in the woods for instagram or take pictures every 20 steps, you'll understand that fucking her isn't worth all the annoying shit of trying to please them

        absolutely spot on, and the bigger the group the harder it is to not fucking fight over plans or where to eat etc. and people WILL fucking split into smaller groups when you actually visit or hike or whatever, shit fucking sucks, avoid groups and if you have a gf find one that doesn't make you take pics of her for instagram (aka 99% of women)

        you don't know freedom until you revisit a place without your cunt gf, even if you miss the sex its worth it

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I feel like nowadays the types of people who are blackpilled about not having a gf are zoomers who have never interacted with a woman before. Being in a relationship is fuckinf terrible 80% of the time, there are no good ones and the shit tests get worse and worse the longer you are together. Not worth it at all

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            This only happens to mostly losers and simps.
            If your gf doesn't respect you just break up with her, the only reasons girls do that shit is because they are with guys that never set limits.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        When I was in high school. we would go on a roadtrip nearly every week to go see punk and hardcore bands. It was a pretty large revolving group of people and we never had a problem. Until one time we took this girl Christine with us. She's instantly bitching about gas money and she wants to be involved with the directions even though it's a place we've driven to 30 times. She refuses to eat where everyone else wants to eat. When I finally caved in and let her handle the route on my GPS, she put in the wrong address and sent us 45 minutes in the wrong direction and then blamed everyone in the car for it. Ive never traveled with anyone worse than her. I'm still friends with her 15 years later, but we've never invited her on a road trip ever again.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yes and no. I think travelling together really 'tests' the friendship and is a shortcut to figuring out if its a good friendship or not. you can be ""friends"" with someone for a long time and then travel and realize within 5 minutes you can't stand that person or conversely become great friends with someone while travelling that you only barely knew

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Lol what is it about travelling seems to completely change friendships? I lost one of my friends after a holiday over a comment I made about the Hasidic garden gnomes wearing funny hats. Sucked at the time but looking back it was probably for the best.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I did a group vacation with 8 others and we all still like each other as far as I know

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I concur. I learned that when I went on a trip with my friend a few years back.
      Turns out, she fucking hated the local cuisine and refused to eat anything other than fast food and convenience store snacks the whole trip.
      Her irritability also went from a 0 to 10 in just a few days, and she was always looking for ways to start an argument. Even when I agreed with her about something, she would just keep arguing about it.
      After the trip was over, I told her I needed to take a few days to myself.
      Days turned to weeks, weeks turned to months and months turned to years. Besides a few texts back and forth, we gradually stopped communicating completely.

      I like the unintentional double-meaning in OP's posts, because I read it as "Other than not having friends or a GF with you, what else makes you enjoy traveling?"

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah me and my friends 6 of us climbed snowdon together and by the end of the weekend we just wanted to fucking leave the air bnb and no one talked on the 5 hour drive home lol

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This. While I'm still friends with my bro, it definitely put a strain on the friendship as he got excessively drunk and wanted me to waste the entire morning waiting for his ass to wake up to do shit, then would get mad when I told him I wouldn't be doing that. Same thing when trying to pick up chicks and get laid, he had no game so I would have to give up on getting laid or being outwardly social with others just to be a social crutch for him. I'm going on a beach trip with friends this spring but we've already floated the idea of "we don't care if we split since we'll be in the same general area and will each have airbnb access because code on door entry" so it should work quite well for us. It's still going to be a test though.

      https://i.imgur.com/p4HVcbn.png

      How the fuck do you all know what to do if you aren't traveling with friends or a gf?

      I tried this shit last month and all I did was just walk up and down akihabara day in and day out. It was impossible to go in and eat somewhere alone because you'd just be a bother to the staff and look like a creep. Usually I just follow my friends around when we travel because they always can figure out shit to do and make it worthwhile. I don't understand how anyone could willingly and confidently travel alone without feeling like a creep or looking like a divorced dad(if you're over 25/26).

      I am reaffirmed daily this board is just larping as giga chads solo traveling, meeting locals, and having non paid for sex.

      >it was impossible to go eat anywhere because you'd just be a bother to the staff and look like a creep
      How would you be a bother to the staff? You're the easiest order in the whole place. You're also not a creep for being alone. Plenty of people walk outside alone, do you think all of them not in a group are creeps?
      >you must be larping as a giga chad if you aren't as autistic and overly terrified of strangers as I am
      It's not that we're larping as giga chads, we're not giga chads at all, you're just THAT sad and pathetic in comparison.

      >Why do you even travel if you have zero idea of why are you traveling?
      I like traveling it's just easier and more fun when you have friends because you actually have shit to do. Clueless on what to do? Easy just ask your friends for ideas. Done then just tag along and have actual fun. Going somewhere and unsure what there is to do? Just follow your friends on what they do. It's easy and makes it way more fun. Going solo just sucks because you have to spend so much time doing guess work, if something isn't awesome it's a waste of time and there is no recourse to correct with with human company(something I doubt you have any of).

      >. Even better when you hit a local pub, sit at the counter and either chat with the barman or locals
      I doubt it, you most likely look like a divorced dad or some boomer who thinks "he's still got it" when in actuality you're scaring kids, weirding out couples, and annoying the staff by taking up a solo seat when a group of people probably wanted to sit there. It's like when I was in Japan the one time I sat down at a ramen place every time I heard a sigh from staff or girls laugh it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out they were laughing at the solo gaijin traveler.

      Like it or not solo traveling is cringe and people around you don't enjoy(or want) your 'company'. You come off arrogant are you american by chance, that would explain a lot.

      >you actually have shit to do but only with friends
      Your friends would actually have shit to do even if they went alone. It's not friends, its being an adult and planning things for yourself that makes it possible.
      >clueless on what to do?
      No, because I actually planned out my vacation by myself and don't mind just winging it at a bar or music hall late at night.
      >but what if something sucks
      Then it sucks and you leave for something else. Not everything in life is going to be great, shit happens. It's not the big hit you think it is.
      >you're scaring kids, weirding out couples and annoying staff
      Not really, just dress well and be polite. It's really that simple.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So what's the best country to solo travel to if I am not looking for sex?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Go to Spain, it'll change your life

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Any reason? Seems to me just like western balkans

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Alright, I'm interested. Why?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Any country. Get your own impression and share it with us.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >no friends
    >no gf
    >no one to tell you don't bang the prostitutes
    Seems pretty obvious to me.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Solo trip to Thailand

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Have no idea. I went to a paradisiac beach last august alone and it was booooooooring even though the scenery was perfect. Theres no fun in traveling alone.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you can make friends during a trip. or at least see things that are interesting and new. part of the fun in traveling is the sense of freedom and exposure to the unfamiliar. my favorite trips were with other people, but even the times ive had alone were nice.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve got some friends, and even a family (wife and two kids), but I still enjoy solo travel a lot. I go on short solo trips a few times per year; I spend them amusing myself in places my family and most of my friends don’t enjoy (largely post-Communist Balkan shitholes in my case), doing things they either don’t enjoy (including but not limited to visiting minor museums, historical sites, and exhibitions) or which are best done solo (especially spending entire days sitting in coffeeshops and writing—I’m a fairly serious writer but can’t get much done unless I am alone).

    And I agree with other posters that complete schedule freedom can be liberating. I actually enjoy sharing travel itineraries with my wife (she’s a planner, I am impulsive/ADHD-afflicted, we have similar tastes in enough things to have fun together but my spontaneity is good for her just as her organizational skills are good for me), but not having to worry about pleasing anyone but myself for a few days is really gratifying.

    It may help that I don’t care much about nightlife—although I do sometimes go to concerts solo I doubt I would have much fun in most bars or nightclubs without a companion. But millions disagree with me on these fronts, so your mileage should vary.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I usually take my mom. She loves travelling and seeing stuff so I am not alone

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I just go on my own. I don't even know how you're meant to make friends, people these days just seem like they're trying to use each other and just not social in general.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How the fuck do you all know what to do if you aren't traveling with friends or a gf?

    I tried this shit last month and all I did was just walk up and down akihabara day in and day out. It was impossible to go in and eat somewhere alone because you'd just be a bother to the staff and look like a creep. Usually I just follow my friends around when we travel because they always can figure out shit to do and make it worthwhile. I don't understand how anyone could willingly and confidently travel alone without feeling like a creep or looking like a divorced dad(if you're over 25/26).

    I am reaffirmed daily this board is just larping as giga chads solo traveling, meeting locals, and having non paid for sex.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Why do you even travel if you have zero idea of why are you traveling?

      I mostly solo travel (never for sex) but open books, read history about your destination before going there, visit and try as many things as possible, there are countless possibilities.
      I am 31 and nobody gives a shit. Even better when you hit a local pub, sit at the counter and either chat with the barman or locals. People will often politely ask you why are you here and when you say you travel on your own, they are usually very nice to you.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Why do you even travel if you have zero idea of why are you traveling?
        I like traveling it's just easier and more fun when you have friends because you actually have shit to do. Clueless on what to do? Easy just ask your friends for ideas. Done then just tag along and have actual fun. Going somewhere and unsure what there is to do? Just follow your friends on what they do. It's easy and makes it way more fun. Going solo just sucks because you have to spend so much time doing guess work, if something isn't awesome it's a waste of time and there is no recourse to correct with with human company(something I doubt you have any of).

        >. Even better when you hit a local pub, sit at the counter and either chat with the barman or locals
        I doubt it, you most likely look like a divorced dad or some boomer who thinks "he's still got it" when in actuality you're scaring kids, weirding out couples, and annoying the staff by taking up a solo seat when a group of people probably wanted to sit there. It's like when I was in Japan the one time I sat down at a ramen place every time I heard a sigh from staff or girls laugh it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out they were laughing at the solo gaijin traveler.

        Like it or not solo traveling is cringe and people around you don't enjoy(or want) your 'company'. You come off arrogant are you american by chance, that would explain a lot.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Why can your friends come up with ideas and not you?
          You lack initiative. You like to be guided, having your hand held.

          >I doubt it, you most likely look like a divorced dad or some boomer who thinks "he's still got it" when in actuality you're scaring kids

          People never treated me badly or laughed at my back. Don’t act like an autistic retard, don’t dress like a homeless, and as long as you pay, nobody gives a shit. Even in Japan, I had a good time talking despite language barrier with the barman about rock bands from the 80s.
          You have an attitude issue.

          But hey, just because you lack initiative doesn’t mean everybody else is like that.
          Nobody gives a shit as long as you pay, you don’t look like a bum and you have a decent attitude, not acting like an autistic gay.
          It’s fine, some people are like that, I know many nice people who cannot take initiatives on their own and this is what it is.

          >Like it or not solo traveling is cringe and people around you don't enjoy(or want) your 'company
          You need to learn when people want to talk or not. Some people are friendlier than others, that’s all.
          I spent many evenings dining on my own, briefly interacting witn the waiting staff, and that’s it. And some evenings I have spent a decent amount of time talking with locals, because THEY invited you to talk with them.

          >You come off arrogant are you american by chance
          Not even close.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >You lack initiative. You like to be guided, having your hand held.
            You missed the point entirely, I'm not having my hand being held with friends it's a mutual system. First I help lower the hotel costs to afford travel, secondly I also help be company to them so they don't look like a solo loser, and lastly provide a good social atmosphere to allow for fun access to bars and other stuff. I don't know about you but I tag along with my friends whenever I can, it seems to me you are a loner loser.

            It's hopeless to explain myself to someone like you, given your long rant it's pretty clear why you are a solo traveler. You're very unaware of your surroundings or social situations to the point it's obnoxious and you think yourself "based" for it.

            >Not even close.
            I'm pretty sure I got it spot on.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              What do you have against solo travel. I perfectly have fun on my own, but that's because I am a loner loser lol. The city I live in is very unfriendly, and travel actually helps me mentally recuperate, have no issue getting along with people. It's very easy to meet people when travelling solo so it's not a bad experience at all, other people are in the same situation.
              Maybe you just don't feel comfortable doing things on your own and you are just projecting.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >What do you have against solo travel.
                I have nothing against it but I also understand how much of a weirdo it makes you out to be and an inconvenience for anywhere you want to eat at. In Japan some of the places I wanted to go to even turned me away because 2 people required to be seated. You obviously don't travel or you'd know this. The fact that you are so unapologetic and blind to how solo traveling makes you look is astounding to me.

                >The city I live in is very unfriendly
                Yes that's pretty much any city in america stay there, please don't bother coming to canada. It sounds like your city is full of people just like you there.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I live in Canada actually, Vancouver in fact, which socially is fucking awful. I've solo travelled Japan, got in conversations with strangers all the time, went everywhere on my own, people smiled were friendly, no one was rude. In hostels it is easy to make friends and get invited out because theirs tons of other solo travelers in the same situation. Never once had a problem.
                Maybe you're projecting like Canadians and think passive-aggressive Canadian behaviour is normal human behaviour.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you are so unapologetic
                This bro apologetic for being alone in public

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >and an inconvenience for anywhere you want to eat at.
                Maybe this is a problem in some small village in Japan where the residents have a very distinct form of Japanese cultural autism but I've been to six continents and I've never had any problems eating alone in my life. It's certainly not a common global issue.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Is this really a problem? If you're embarrassed to eat alone in a restaurant just order to go and eat at your hotel or airbnb. You could sit outside and eat too if there's somewhere to sit and the weather is nice.

                I also don't see how solo travel makes you look bad. Do you go outside and do anything by yourself in your hometown? Do you go to work or grocery shopping alone? Well solo travel is like that except in a different country.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I often travel with my wife but not all the time because she’s not self-employed, unlike me. And we have mostly different interests so on my own I can 100% focus on what I love and do, but when she’s with me, I tone it down to 50%-60% so she can do what she likes as well.
              Why? Because I don’t need to wait for other people to do what I love, and I don’t want to force people doing what I love. They can do it maybe once in while, but not 90% of the time during a trip.
              This is why solo travel is a good thing if you know exactly what to do and accept even disappointments; you just have to move on. That is all. Solo is better when you have something specific in your mind. In my case it’s fishing, history, trekking and birdwatching. Not everybody is into these, and I can understand, and I do not want to force these on anybody. I sometimes travel with a friend who’s into one of these and that’s it.

              I did travel with a large group of friends (me:

              Kek, this.
              Travelled once with a group of friends, 4 of us.
              At the end of the trip, one is completely hated by 3 of us and we all lost contact with him for being an autistic retard throughout the whole trip, and the remaining two friends don’t talk to each other anymore for some reason.
              We used to be friends for over 7 years kek.

              ) and while I kept contact with all of them except for one, I will conclude just like most of the thread: the bigger the group is, the harder it is to manage and there will be ruined friendships, especially after more than a week.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I often travel with my wife but not all the time because she’s not self-employed, unlike me.
                You could just admit she or you are having an affair. Why would you ever not travel with your wife who you married, she should be following you where you go. You can say whatever dumbshit you actually do for travel and stuff but at the end of the day you'd just be stuck cooming to some porn in your hotel rather than in your wife(if she exists).

                Whatever I am not going to waste time this board is full of larp. Stick to your containment board people

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              > like a solo loser, and lastly provide a good social atmosphere to allow for fun access to bars and other stuff. I don't know about you but I tag along with my friends whenever I can, it seems to me you are a loner loser.
              Why are you even on this website if you are trying this hard to larp as a normie lol. How old are you that you care about this shit? I travel for my own reasons, I don’t need some mouth breathing friends to dictate my travel plans, if this makes a loser so be it. Life is cope and we all die, basing your plans off of others is normoid behavior

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Anon, why can't you accept that people are different? Some people prefer travelling alone and some don't, it isn't a rule it's a preference. Personally I like meeting people who travel alone to my city, it just tells that someone is confident of himself.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >im not having my hand held as they plan everything and decide everything for me
              >it's a mutual benefit!
              >see i lower their hotel costs, right, and then I make sure they don't look like a solo loser because they're hanging out with me!
              >I help build a good social atmosphere to allow fun access to bars!
              You grossly overestimate your contribution. Besides a few tens saved per night at the hotel (which he now cant bring girls back to due to your presence in the room btw) there's really no contribution at all. An extra person in a group does not make someone seem less like a loser because groups of losers exist. Fun access to bars... spoken like someone who has never been to a bar alone and socialized before. I've met tons of people at bars, regulars, one offs and travelers, and almost always had a blast. I've joined women grieving a dead brother, I've celebrated some random guy's promotion, I've been invited to drinks and tables by journalists and business owners, sampled liquor awaiting approval for import and sale, gone to private mezcal tastings held by bar owners simply for asking a bartender about the locked bottles at the bar, had cuban cigars curated, handrolled and illegally imported by a cigar lounge owner i know, crashed a party at that lounge with friends by namedropping the owner and staff when security asked if me and my bros were on the list, you don't need a friend to gain "access" to the fun part of bars. I give my friends access to some perks, but I got the perks by myself and they could have too had they shown my initiative and interest. You're a social leech desperately justifying to strangers how you're not a leech while unironically leeching off your friends for social proof. It's astounding to see such a total lack of self awareness.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                That's alot of bragging about being a drunk

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/p4HVcbn.png

          How the fuck do you all know what to do if you aren't traveling with friends or a gf?

          I tried this shit last month and all I did was just walk up and down akihabara day in and day out. It was impossible to go in and eat somewhere alone because you'd just be a bother to the staff and look like a creep. Usually I just follow my friends around when we travel because they always can figure out shit to do and make it worthwhile. I don't understand how anyone could willingly and confidently travel alone without feeling like a creep or looking like a divorced dad(if you're over 25/26).

          I am reaffirmed daily this board is just larping as giga chads solo traveling, meeting locals, and having non paid for sex.

          In the span of two posts I now find it hard to believe you even have friends to travel with when you sound so neurotic. You also sound like one of those people with little agency of their own who NEEDS the travel company to make choices for them.

          >Clueless on what to do?
          No, because I chose this destination myself.

          >Going somewhere and unsure what there is to do?
          No, because looking this stuff up is part of choosing a travel destination.

          >if something isn't awesome it's a waste of time
          Sounds like the problem of solo travelling for you is your own company if you look at things like that.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Samefagging basically proves you are full of LARP shit. This whole board basically is and I 'thought' this board with things like the Japan general would be useful to meet people to travel with but instead I realize this board is full up LARPers.

            I have friends unlike you all but they were just busy this time, but with this board filled with people like you I see why the 'advice' is so shitty here.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              That's a different anon, dumbass.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Always funny to see robot tourists try to larp on here lol

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >when in actuality you're scaring kids, weirding out couples, and annoying the staff

          >It's like when I was in Japan the one time I sat down at a ramen place every time I heard a sigh from staff or girls laugh

          >people around you don't enjoy(or want) your 'company'

          Sorry, but it is just you. Maybe take a shower or something?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It’s just tourist blackpillers who project their gayry onto others. Normies solo travel all the time this isn’t the 1980s pre social media

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How much of a normie are you? You sound like you are 18 years old. Unironically who gives a fuck what other people think of you. People solo travel all the time, stop being so blackpilled

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oh ok you’re one of those fuckers who when asked where to eat you say “I don’t mind”

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Being a foreigner is the easiest setting to meet new people, whether they be friends or a potential romantic partner. Women LOVE "exotic" foreign guys, and people in general find foreigners interesting even if you don't think you are.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He's an obvious shitposter and baiting for (you)s.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Some of my best travel moments were with other people, but generally I prefer traveling alone. It's calming and freeing to not worry about the person next to you. It's almost therapeutic being away from normal, busy life and just enjoying being alone and being a nobody in the middle of the wilderness or a crowded city street.

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get off my fucking board normoid. Those things are the sole factor that always ruin my travels

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I do have fun travelling alone. Tbh, I think it's the best way to travel. Perhaps travelling with one friend or a girl, if you have a nice girlfriend (usually they are not) could be also good.
    But every time I've travelled with more than one person we experienced uncomfortable situations. Different budgets, tastes, people wanting to do different things or, worse, expecting you to take the lead role but complaining about every possibility that you bring to the table. Really sucks. Travelling with 3+ people is horrible.
    Travelling with family (adults) and group of friends is good if you rent a big house in the beach/countryside and stay there. Or if people are ok with the idea of exploring a destination by your own and meeting for dinner/lunch.

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Traveling alone is the best way to travel. Do whatever you want, how you want, when you want, without the headache of worrying about others.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You meet people while traveling, Dickhead.

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's a weird phenomena. I legitimately don't feel an inclination to do any of the normie shit that involves going out (and that covers most touristy activities).
    And yet, the brief times I've had a gf or friends. Suddenly those normie activities seemed like fun. And it dawned on me how much of normiedom is built around having friends and female partners.
    Whenever I go out alone, I feel like I don't belong there.
    If I ever go overseas my lone trips would have to be very dialed in towards particular interests to be worth my time. That's why sex tourism makes the most sense honestly. Almost everything is shit I can just watch on YouTube instead

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sex tourism is for losers

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I guess at 40 and single with a shit job I am a loser, thing is I am only interested in white girls

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You should get an interest other than girls

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I do mate, shitposting and far right politics.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Seethe and cope. I'm still gonna fuck fine 18-25 y.o. pussy overseas.

        >I guess at 40 and single with a shit job I am a loser, thing is I am only interested in white girls
        Well I'm not white and have always been attracted to black and brown girls, so the world is my oyster.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >yet, the brief times I've had a gf or friends. Suddenly those normie activities seemed like fun. And it dawned on me how much of normiedom is built around having friends and female partners.
      Whenever I go out alone, I feel like I don't belong there.

      Yep, you nailed it on the head. It reminds me of going to the movies. If you go alone, even if you want to see the movie, you always going to feel a little bit out of place, like your don't belong. You'll have a couple to your left, a group of friends on your right. They're laughing chatting and joking. Meanwhile you're just sitting there waiting for the ads to end. It's the same with 'tourism' (I don't want to lump all types of travel in here, just this tourist type where you go somewhere, do a tour, see x destination or attraction, do y activity, etc). Its catered around and aimed towards people who are in relationships with each other (romantic, friendships) and it's enjoyable to them because they have a good time *together*, they make memories with other people. It's significant to them not really because of the place they went, but the shared memories they made with other people doing it.

      Basically what I'm saying is if youbwajt to enjoy solo travel, you need to avoid the touristy stuff. Unless you're autistic or low iq or something, you're just going to feel out of place, insecure, or even lonely.

      But in saying that I travel solo basically as a rule, and I have a good time. It's just all about going or doing things you want to do, not being sucked into this tourist frenzy of 'tours', destinations, get the photo buy the tshirt etc. Just gonsomehwere because youre genuinely interested.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This is so right remember all the photographers in Vietnam that made money out of selling couples happy shots of themselves

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's why when I solo travel, I go hiking/biking. You don't get caught up with the touristy stuff, and you have a goal to accomplish each day (walk/ride x distance). If you want to, you can walk/ride by the regular attractions, but then continue on your way once you've had enough. The worst vacation I've ever had was a solo tourism trip.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Advice for traveling alone safely as a not ugly woman?

    Figure can get advice or at least heads up on what perverts plan. I wanna go on hikes by myself. I don't like travel ideas most other girls around me have. Just wanna check out some chill spa resorts around nature parks with a body of water. Figure keeping to guided group tours at night would be safe than alone alone.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      ywnbaw, but in case you are, its simple, dont travel to any shitholes or shithole areas in otherwise first world countries.
      Low inhibition subhumans *will* try to assault you if they have the opportunity. Theres no ways around it if you're alone.
      If you wanna go on lone hikes and spa resorts, then Japan is your best bet. At worst some dude might try to grope you, but you'd have to get really unlucky.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Japan is on my list. I wanna check out asian beauty spas and the mountains and nature seems beautiful. Are the smaller towns safe for a single american woman?

        It seems like everywhere I would wanna go is a potential shithole. For example I am planning a simple trip to see big bend, ending on a guided bird watching tour that crosses the rio grande. People keep warning me against because its close to the border and say I could get kidnapped. But I have a male cousin that made the trip there on a single rodetrip and he said its worth going yet agrees I in particular shouldnt go alone by myself.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I'm going to Japan as a single (Asian) American woman in a few months. The general feel from my research is not that you'll be in danger as a woman, but more that you'll be refused service as a foreigner in smaller towns, regardless of ability to speak Japanese.

          >guided bird watching tour
          Not sure what's the problem here. If it's guided, that means you're going to be with people, unless people think your fellow tourists or the tour guide is going to traffick you.

          Personally, I avoid any real wilderness while solo. But that's mainly to do with the fact that I'm not experienced or athletic enough to deal with real nature. If I were to get injured (e.g. slip and fall), it may be tough to get help with a poor phone reception. Add that to possibly being in a foreign county, so you're not familiar with the local environment and not speaking the language, it just might too much.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Don't go to countries in middle east or in india and definitely do the guided groups. The rest of the world is not kind to single women walking around at night like in the west and aren't spoiled by the good times that allow for feminism to exist to the extent it does in the west.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Stay in white europe and right wing North America. I’m not saying that as a pol tard, I’ve traveled to loads of countries and honestly there’s a reason why women thrive in the west. Never go to africa or Southern Asia (you’ll probably be ok in Australia). I’d suggest go hiking in Scotland, Scandinavia, Montana etc

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >"not ugly woman"
      >no beta orbiter simp to cover the whole trip while you fuck the foreigners
      fake

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Don't go to third world countries, and if you're worried about your belongings, avoid youth hostels even if they're a cheaper alternative to getting a hotel room that's made for two people at least. Take public transport that normal, well adjusted people take so you won't be alone, stuck in a bus or subway full of crazy retards, and make sure to download apps that will help you know when the next bus or subway will arrive in real time because that shit is very convenient especially late at night when there's less of them. Take good care of your phone not just in public transports but also in restaurants, especially if you eat outside in the terrasse or whatever it's called in French. Don't follow random guys anywhere just because they complimented you, while this seems obvious, I need to say it because men tried that shit with me in Tokyo and I'm 100% the fat middle aged Indian who tried this in the train was some kind of trafficker or other type of criminal because he tried to convince me he'd get me a job at his friend's restaurant AND could get me a very cheap apartment with very unrealistic prices. Other men were just Japanese salarymen in their 20s trying to go to bars with me and just giving me their Line IDs when I politely refused.

  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's easy to enjoy things if you don't obsess over what other people think of you.

    It doesn't matter what other people think of you. The way they feel about you is the same way you feel about them. A fleeting impression that means nothing and is forgotten moments later.

    Nobody cares about you. The sheer conceit required to believe random people in public actually give a shit about you is bewildering to me. They don't care. They don't.

    Get over yourself, nobody gives a fuck about you, not really.

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I am a 5/10 (at best on good days) looking guy from the US and I'm going to travel in Argentina soon. I decided out of pure interest with no expectations at all to DM on instagram about 10 cuties from Buenos Aires and ask if they would like to hang out together when I'm there. About 7 responded, 3 said that they would but live far outside the city (whether a rejection or not doesn't, 3 wanted to have a conversation with me before to get to know me better, and 2 straight up gave me their number to talk on whatsapp for when I'm there.

    Am I being used here for my money? or is it JBW effect? or I'm not as ugly as I thought? or girls in south america are nicer?
    I don't particularly care if I need to pay for the dates if I get some local pussy, but what should I do?
    Any anons met local girls in their travels?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Definitely the latter, Argentina is the most globohomo city in Latin America and chicks there are notriously bitchy. They aren't desperate though like in Colombia and the country is mostly "white" to an extent so JBW is not really a thing there. Probably foreigner effect and being an American, may relate to your money but again women there have princess syndrome so they are not particularly desperate for money

  23. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone have a recommendation for an audio program for learning conversational/traveling Japanese? Just looking for something I can listen to in the car.

  24. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Stay in hostels where you'll meet other travelers
    2. Go with a purpose. Figure out what you want to do in each place before or when you get there.
    3. Go out every day and see at least something new.

  25. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You make friends wherever you travel, you autist.

  26. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i travel to make friends

  27. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I pretend i'm a detective on my way to another country to meet someone who will give me clues to a very important case. which is not very far from truth and works everytime

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      James Bond-pilled

  28. 4 weeks ago
    Two Popes Too Dei

    Join the CIA and Glow Everywhere You Go(TM)!!!

    I really want to eat pussy.

  29. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Go to different country
    >Go to a major city in the country
    >Stay in hostel
    >Hang out in lobby
    >Ask other people what they're doing today
    >They tell you what they're doing and are likely to invite you because they're also interested in making friends like you are
    >Congratulations you just made a new friend

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is what would actually happen to me

      >go to hostel
      >hang out in the lobby
      >all the cool guys and girls talk amongst themselves and ignore you
      >awkwardly ask what they're doing
      >they either pretend not to hear you or brush you off with a quick answer and no invitation
      >end up leaving by yourself or worse get left with that weird cringy foreigner dude who an annoying pain in the ass

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I am a sperg and loser back home and this has never really happened to me. Unless you are unbearably annoying most people will be receptive and if they aren't then fuck them, stop watching blackpill youtubers who want to make money on face reviews and get off of /LULZ/

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      God I hated that when a friend did this
      >went to a hostel to cut costs when we were broke students
      >a girl from a neighbor country is also in our room we make small talk in english and she asks recommendations of things to do in the city and in our country in general
      >retarded (now ex) friend won't stop trying to include her in all our conversations and would translate personal shit I told her unprompted. all the fucking time
      >second day in our destination, ex friend decides to bring the girl with her who didn't particularly want to
      >same shit happens during our whole visit in the museum
      >girl who shared our room just started avoiding us as much as possible as a result for the rest of the week
      >because of other things that happened the next years, I'm now 100% sure the ex friend thought that girl wasn't a solo traveler on purpose but a sad loser friendless bitch and she wanted to include her in what we planned out of pity

  30. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I go to hookers and coom.

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That me, when I was under 30 I use to make some friends travelling or get some girls but now I am closer to 40, both of those things stopped happening. Boy do I love travel though, all I work for, only thing that excites me

  32. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    traveling solo is the best traveling. I feel sorry for you for not getting it

  33. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Solo travelling is fucking awesome. You can do what you want and don’t have to accommodate anyone going “I’m hungry” “this is boring” “I’d rather just sleep in at the hotel”

  34. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You are literally free to do whatever the fuck you want. No schedule, no whining, nothing. I love my gf a bunch, but the activities that she wants to do don't always align with mine. The whole day, night, whatever, is all yours, you have freedom.

  35. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Planning a short solo trip stargaze in west Texas dark sky town and catch the green comet during peek view.

    Prefer doing nature trips on my own. Dont have to worry about someone else finding it boring or needing to get stoned/drunk to enjoy it. So few people are able to simply enjoy the peace and nature for its own sake.

  36. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have friends but I find traveling with some of them very annoying. I don't have a bf to travel with either. My little sister loves traveling as much as I do but we can never have the same holidays and I remember that she basically had to force her ex bf to travel with her because he wasn't used to it at all. In 2022 I traveled just a few days in Paris for Japan Expo all by myself and it was super fun, meanwhile the next month I went to London and Ireland with a friend to meet one of them who currently lives in Ireland and the ruined a shit ton of things by acting like lazy babies. I went to Dublin for one day with both friends and we spent our time just going to a boring as fuck museum, taking selfies and eating at Fridays instead of doing worthwhile things because... I have no clue why. We didn't even go to a pub or anything more typical. If you're a healthy adult just travel to safe destinations alone, it might be for the best, especially if you're a guy, unlike me. Next time I'll try to go back to Japan for two or three weeks by myself, fuck it.

  37. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Travelling alone is amazing my best trips where solo, i love being alone so usually i will rent room in a fancy hotel where nobody would bother me. my best experience was just spending whole days walking by myself, going into random streets or stores and in the evening watching anime and jacking off in my 5 star hotel room. When you realize that nobody knows you or will remember you is when you truly feel free.

  38. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >if you're a guy, unlike me.
    Why do holes need attention all the time?

  39. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >How do you have fun traveling?
    Traveling with people pisses me off to no end. Usually they have mental barriers preventing them from truly experiencing the trip- ruining it for myself, who wants to try new things. Even something as mundane as choosing a place to eat or drink can become a nightmare- especially to some women. Now that I think about it, my ex-girlfriend was a tremendous pain in my ass, with her being a fitness freak. She would refuse to eat anywhere if it were not a clean enough establishment to her standards. I personally am the type to eat at a random halal food street vendor and be content that way. Sometimes it is better to travel alone.

  40. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I want to go to Europe with my father in law.

    I want to go to Donetsk and I want him to go there naked with a giant star of david tattooed on his chest. I would LOVE that.

  41. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I am kinda autist, but I have read that some girls are not feeling safe when in a mixed rooms in hostel. How do I behave when there is only me and the girl sleeping in one room?
    The worst I will do is that I might snore during the night, but otherwise I mean no harm to her.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Are you an actual gay or something? Just do your own thing and mind your own business. It's not your responsibility to make everyone else feel super duper safe and comfortable. You're in the hostel to sleep and take a shower, that's it. Everything else is irrelevant. Just mind your own business and don't be a dick.

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