Retard Traveling

I often travel to some shithole with cheap rent, stay there for a couple of days or week (basically until I get bored), eat McDonald and watch netflix.

I don’t care about tourist attractions, nor your famous castles or natural resources, nor your food, and I get it. It probably is amazing and interesting, the history. But I truly feel nothing in my life, it makes no sense to me and seems made up excitement. I’ll still do it again and again, way out of my routine.

McDonald is as tasteful as your traditional food, my only purpose is to get full though.

And interesting places are as enjoyable as watching netflix.

In a way I wish I had a way out of this. Feel things like normal human being, maybe later in life.

Do you do some moron travelling yourself?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I mean it's no doubt a LARP but if not why bother travelling to eat MC Donalds and watch Netflix? Surely if you don't like travelling is then travelling is the moronic bit

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      It’s not a larp, shall I show you my Glovo delivery and the airbnb booking or something? I just am neet who’s got plenty in savings, I hate staying at home for months. I like the change of routine, plus my parents think i’m actually doing something.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    what a waste of money

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Not really, I think it’s pretty cool on the other hand. Because staying alone, by yourself, in foreign country, nobody to help, I think it’s pretty good for personal development. I sometimes put myself in some semi-dangerous situations, I think it’s good for the brain, nowadays kids only watch Tiktok, terrifying. For me this is certain way of brain massage. I’m also 19 and been doing this since 18. I kinda of like the thrill and it’s a chance for me to be alone. Sometimes you meet some new people. I like the networking, imagine you are on the run, where will you go?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        what a waste of money

        and after all, it’s not like i’ve got something better to do anyway.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Fair enough sounds more interesting when you put it like that

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    no gym?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I’ve never been to the gym.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        You should try it on your next vacation.
        No need to worry about dropping your spaghetti since you can just leave and never see them again.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I usually go to a foreign city or domestic US city (Chicago, New York) and work and watch Netflix. I almost exclusively order doordash so I don’t have to leave.

    It’s comfy to be somewhere new, and to have another world happening outside of your window but you’re chilling inside. I fricking love it.

    I’m in my 40s and everyone I know thinks I’m a moron for traveling this way so I always make up a touristy excuse.
    “no mom, really. I’ve always dreamed of seeing the Eiffel Tower in person”
    >really stayed at a baller Airbnb in downtown Paris and only went outside once

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Hell Yeah! This is the way. I personally live in EU, but prefer to travel outside of it. For me EU is just too predictable, clean and tidy. I prefer a little bit of chaos, most EU countries are similar one way or another for me.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Like if i’d get paid for it or my job would
        make just enough, even better. I don’t mind my life style, but one thing I truly hate is finding hotels or airbnb and hoping for quality sleep. I’m starting to understand why are people sticking to one or two hotel chains, but i’m not as rich 😉

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >EU is just too predictable, clean and tidy

        EU is definitely not clean.. maybe compared to India though

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Sorry, but EU is very clean and perfect. You also don't have much places to compere it with. You got Africa, India, Asia or South America. Europe is simply the leader. Not even USA is as organized as EU is. Maybe in some ways. But in terms of some standards of life. No syringes on the streets. Clean sidewalks. Roads that are not broken. The traffic have rules. The exhaust on cars are required to have some filters, so no smell on the streets. Sure, you might have Romania or Bulgaria where some things are likely to be a little hectic, but it's still peaceful.

          How much money do you spend on average each time

          I try to spend as low as possible, depends what my plan is. Is it a week travel? is it a month travel? What is the purpose of exactly? Still the less the better. But if unexpected expenses come, it's not a problem for me. I don't necessarily keep track of, but it's not a lot. The places I go to are rather cheap because I don't need much more than a functioning shelter and food once or twice a day.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >I wish I had a way out of this.
    You always have a way out of it it's called suicide. That said you shouldn't lounge around your whole life doing nothing only to realize on your deathbed you squandered your one life. I'm not saying this to scare you but as a fellow fricked up subhuman if I can find happiness anyone can.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Well, there are always some plans. I probably would regret more staying at home than being a moron. Each travel brings a new experience, I feel like a different person.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    How much money do you spend on average each time

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Sorry, but EU is very clean and perfect. You also don't have much places to compere it with. You got Africa, India, Asia or South America. Europe is simply the leader. Not even USA is as organized as EU is. Maybe in some ways. But in terms of some standards of life. No syringes on the streets. Clean sidewalks. Roads that are not broken. The traffic have rules. The exhaust on cars are required to have some filters, so no smell on the streets. Sure, you might have Romania or Bulgaria where some things are likely to be a little hectic, but it's still peaceful.

      [...]
      I try to spend as low as possible, depends what my plan is. Is it a week travel? is it a month travel? What is the purpose of exactly? Still the less the better. But if unexpected expenses come, it's not a problem for me. I don't necessarily keep track of, but it's not a lot. The places I go to are rather cheap because I don't need much more than a functioning shelter and food once or twice a day.

      I wish I could give a better response, but I really am traveling like a moron, I also sometimes get bored and sometimes it's extremely unpredictable. It's not total low cost. It's somewhere on the verge of low-cost and somewhat comfortable. For example I sometimes leave hotels or airbnbs a couple days earlier because I just can't stand looking at the same peace of furniture anymore, which adds up dollars. If I truly wanted to save money, I would probably stay at hostels or something. I just can't stand people though.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm planning to moron-travel to Vietnam next week

    >no real plans
    >eat bun cha
    >drinks beers
    >sweat
    >fap in hotel room
    >might rent a motorbike, might not idk

    For me travelling is just about being somewhere other than home, I don't feel like I NEED to do certain things to consider it a successful trip.

    pic related, my last trip to Vietnam

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Same man, I guess enjoy your trip! That’s the most important.

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I don't really do it intentionally. I only do it when the weather sucks.
    >be abroad in a foreign country
    >would love to explore it
    >it's raining heavily
    >welp, guess I'm staying in my hotel room watching Netflix and ordering room service/pizza delivery/Uber Eats/etc.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >he doesn’t purposely go for walks in the pouring rain
      Ngmi

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Yup, it’s comfy. Sometimes I do feel bad for “not exploring”, but do I really care for what we know… the question I ask. xd

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    No worse than what I do. I go to some foreign city and spend two weeks on a bar hopping bender before spending the last 2 days taking random pictures of shit so my friends and family don’t suspect I’m getting drunk the entire time.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Go to a hotel near your house. You’ll save money.

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I mean, to me this sounds like what people do when they go to resorts, just without the beach/pool.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      well that’s certainly interesting perspective and i didn’t thought about it that way, you are right, most people often don’t even leave their resorts and just bath, crazy. We humans are maybe a little weird.

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    This.. sounds amazing, next trip I take I want to try and do this, who cares about sight seeing. Being a moron in a foreign land sounds fantastic. Just occasionally running down to a store, buying some food, snacks and drinks then chilling the rest of the time watching tv like a fricking tard. I gotta do this.

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Lol pretty similar to me, except I like to rent scooters, party, meet locals and smoke cigarettes

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Kind of based OP.
    I am in my 30s and started doing something similar, and I was I had started earlier when I was young.
    I usually travel to some shithole with cheap rent, get on dating apps to boost my self esteem (without intending on meeting anyone from there), and spend time watching stuff on netflix or on the internet.
    I do some exploring for 1-2 hours in the early evening to get my steps. Also I try to local food for the first couple of days and the rest of my vacation I just get mcdonalds/burgerking/kfc and any other fast food chains I can find in there.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Almost like me, I just don’t do the Tinder part. 😉

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I currently have about 40 tinder matches with fat Mexican mommies in CDMX, but it really does boost my self esteem lmao

      Good to know there’s some of us who travel this way.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Tbh, I do this shit on /r/ I take a few nudes I perpetually post and watch the upvotes go up.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >to get my steps

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm just glad you're having fun, anon. Seems like you're getting something out of it.
    I'm a history autist so being able to see the locations where things I've read about actually happened gives me enjoyment.
    The one thing I would impose on your routine is I really do recommend trying the food. Taste is a whole sense, and of course experiencing food brings in all the other senses in some way.
    But anyway as for moron travelling, I do like to just stay in a different room sometimes.
    Just sleeping in a bed & breakfast and briefly experiencing the sounds and feeling of an old home so far away from my own is interesting, but comforting.

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I agree with the museum and castles and natural resources part, growing up in Europe, I always thought that if you spend money to travel to somewhere to see old buildings and nature, you're either a moron or come from a place with 0 culture and stone castles are something of amazement to you

    Local food and culture is worth exploring though. I still can't forget some of the food I ate in my trips (hk satay beef noodles, coffee buns, gelato etc). and also how iranians hit themselves in the back with knives and not feel the pain after some weird ritual they do. the world is an interesting crazy place. i suggest you do give the food and the culture a try. old buildings and nature is boring tho i agree.

    Since you like poor countries, try some spot like kuala lumpur where you can bounce to nearby countries. one month in bangkok, another in ho chi minh, another in jakarta, a week in japan just to see the anime shit if you can afford it

    pick a cheap jumping point from where travels to nearby places becomes cheap af and have fun

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