What's the most dangerous place you've ever been to?

What's the most dangerous place you've ever been to?

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >according to governments
    Iran, Russia
    >according to common sense
    Philadelphia, San Francisco, Napoli
    >according to actual danger (aka getting run over in traffic)
    SEA

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Naples is an S tier shithole

      The broken glass and garbage juice covered walk to catch a flight out of there was the best part of my time there.

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've only been to 8 countries but the most dangerous place I've ever been was north county St Louis near Ferguson holy frick that was not a good place for a 21 year old white college kid

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Probably the Middle East during the Arab Spring. Shit was hairy

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Atlanta. Got robbed twice. Frick that place.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >according to gov'ts
    Kiziltepe Turkey (8mi from Syria)
    >actual danger faced
    staying the night in East St Louis IL

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Go to third world countries
    >Nothing happens and everybody is friendly

    >Go to supposed "safe" first world countries
    >Get robbed, car broken into, everybody is ready to shoot one another and get food poisoning to boot.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >america
      >first world
      lol!

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        It is by definition

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Probably Israel during the 2014 Gaza offensive. I'm sure it was level 4 pure red everywhere at that point.
    Was very comfy honestly, zero tourists and Iron Dome was cool.
    >actual danger
    Viets drive like fricking madmen, I'm surprised I'm still alive after all the near misses on one coach ride.

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Camden NJ

    Take every bad thing people say about Philadelphia, then multiply that by 100. Then combine it with an active war zone.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I actually took a considerable bicycle ride from my hotel in Philadelphia into Camden for a few miles and I didn't feel particularly in danger. I also took a substantial ride on Kensington Ave in Philadelphia between like 12-1:00 am and a bit later and I didn't feel unsafe. On Kensington the drug addicts were too tranced out on drugs to even notice me. Though I think if I went in the morning it would have been much worse. I get the impression that at night only the homeless drug addicts are out. And that in the morning or mid-day the drug addicts who mooch off spouses, their partners, relatives or those who are still able to somehow hold jobs also eventually make their way there to get and use drugs openly on the streets.

      See the attached pic of Kensington. I took three vids but I can’t attach them.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, Kensington is actually one of the safer areas in regards to murder and gang violence. The truly bad neighbourhoods are the ones where you're the only white person around.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/Jfby9Hs.jpg

      I actually took a considerable bicycle ride from my hotel in Philadelphia into Camden for a few miles and I didn't feel particularly in danger. I also took a substantial ride on Kensington Ave in Philadelphia between like 12-1:00 am and a bit later and I didn't feel unsafe. On Kensington the drug addicts were too tranced out on drugs to even notice me. Though I think if I went in the morning it would have been much worse. I get the impression that at night only the homeless drug addicts are out. And that in the morning or mid-day the drug addicts who mooch off spouses, their partners, relatives or those who are still able to somehow hold jobs also eventually make their way there to get and use drugs openly on the streets.

      See the attached pic of Kensington. I took three vids but I can’t attach them.

      just do your sightseeing swaying and staggering around in rags and you'll be fine
      junkies are worthless even to joggers

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Alaska I guess, we had to bring a gun due to the threat of grizzly bears
    we did see grizzly bears and they were peaceful giants

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Same in Svalbard, but for polar bears.

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pakistan, Iraq, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. I've also visited higher-risk zones in Level 2-3 countries, including insurgency-affected regions in India and Colombia.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      probably pic related. I climbed on top of the minaret and I was really scared of snipers but most likely I was out of range anyway.

      I am not really into danger/dark tourism but I was in the area and I felt that it was an iconic place to reach.

      >Guatemala
      you would put guatemala together with all those countries? It looked ok to me not even sketchy

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Probably the slums in Vancouver, Canada and LA after dark. I been to some pretty dodgy places but those two take the cake.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've driven my USA-plated vehicle around several Mexican states under Level 4 "Do Not Travel" advisories.
    1) Never, ever drive into a cartel town with tinted front windows rolled up!
    2) Respect the locals; yield to them on the roads, and be formally polite even when they are rude (at a restaurant, for example).
    3) Walk and explore where you please, but not after dark when people cannot see your face. You can go anywhere once.
    4) Move slowly, steadily and confidently, whether behind the wheel or on foot. Briefly notice the people who are noticing you (which will be virtually everybody). Give them a firm nod in greeting if they are giving you a hard stare. They will nod back.
    5) Avoid getting too friendly with intoxicated men. It will not end well. Never smoke weed with drunks; Mexicans get highly irrational and paranoid when they smoke weed while drunk and dehydrated.
    6) Feel free to mention la mota or perico in casual conversation with men, it always breaks the ice. Avoid speaking of such things around women or children. Agree to sample what is offered you, but don't ask where to buy anything illegal. It will not end well.
    7) Gringo privilege will protect you, but only so far. Frick around and find out is absolutely the rule in cartel country.
    8) Feel free to stop by the local bar toward evening and enjoy a bottle of cold beer. But if you can't handle your alcohol, don't drink. Mind your own business, and don't eyeball the other patrons even if they stare at you with drunken insolence and spit on the floor in your direction. Don't take your phone out either, others may think you are trying to take pictures.
    9) Hotels don't want to see your ID in cartel country. Neither should you be going around asking people's name, place of residence, occupation, etc. trying to make small talk. Private matters are private matters.
    10) Camping is risky but doable. Find a site around dusk, in a spot where nobody will see you after dark. Avoid using a flashlight.

  13. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    afghanistan, iraq, tribal areas of pakistan

  14. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Molvobreastsy felt sketchy as frick. Lots of alcoholics. The village youth didn't have anything to do but loiter around and get shitfaced too. It's a desolate place.

  15. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Probably Ukraine during the war.

    No traffic laws, every man for himself.

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