you last travel

Share where your last travel was, how long, and how much it cost

I have never travelled myself or with just friends

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    bamp

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I just got back from a 3 week trip. Went to London for a few days, then a small town called Cullingworth, then the Czech Republic for two weeks. Went to Prague, Ceske Budejovice, Cesky Krumlov, Pilsen, Stribro and Busovice. Saw a few shows, went to museums, climbed some cathedral towers, ate an incredible amount of great food, took brewery tours, the works. Stayed in Airbnbs the whole time except for the airport hotel in London on the way out.

    Overall I spent about $3100, so for around $140 per day I got great lodging and food and train/bus tickets and gifts for people and flights. Some people spend that much on a single plane ticket so I feel pretty good.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      150 a day is on the expensive side

      100 a day is more reasonablel

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's also including the flights, without those the average daily cost of lodging + food + extras is more like $100 per day

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > 3 Weeks ago
      > Mexico City, some coastal town, Guadalajara, and Guantanto.
      > 12 Days
      > Plane ticket $490
      > Spent ~$360
      Got pickpocketed, had a good time, would recommend.

      Olympic National Park
      Four Days
      About $1000

      Southeast Asia
      Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia
      Flights about $4k
      Hotels, food, everything else about $2k

      Went to Bangkok last weekend. Flight was $90, food and drinks maybe $100, plus some stuff I bought at the market and transport. About $300 total

      Sounds fun, but did you coom?

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      Share where your last travel was, how long, and how much it cost

      I have never travelled myself or with just friends

      Last trip I took was to Moldova. I have a Romanian friend and we took girls to a private spa and had lots of fun. Highly recommend. Don't remember much else of the trip or country. Food was central European.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Fucked one decent looking girl from a bar

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        went with three guy friends. no cooming but gave my wife quite the creampie when I got back into town

  3. 2 months ago
    Sam

    > 3 Weeks ago
    > Mexico City, some coastal town, Guadalajara, and Guantanto.
    > 12 Days
    > Plane ticket $490
    > Spent ~$360
    Got pickpocketed, had a good time, would recommend.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      how u only spend 360 on housing and food

      • 2 months ago
        Sam

        Most expensive hostel I stayed at was 11 dollars, most expensive meal was like 9. Eat like the people anon

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        Sounds fun, but did you coom?
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        Last trip I took was to Moldova. I have a Romanian friend and we took girls to a private spa and had lots of fun. Highly recommend. Don't remember much else of the trip or country. Food was central European.

        Nah, made out with a eruo girl. I'm not into paying for sex, did it once, not for me.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Olympic National Park
    Four Days
    About $1000

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      bruh how do u spend 250 a day

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Rental car/gas, flights, hotel rooms, food, marijuana

        stop pocket watching

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia
      3mos, cut it short because mongoloids can't form lines and spit/litter everywhere
      ~$4k

      jelly

      > 3 Weeks ago
      > Mexico City, some coastal town, Guadalajara, and Guantanto.
      > 12 Days
      > Plane ticket $490
      > Spent ~$360
      Got pickpocketed, had a good time, would recommend.

      Did you take a bus between CDMX & Guadalajara? I have a 9 day CDMX trip coming up, but I have to fly home out of the same airport. idk if worth guadalajara this time around

      • 2 months ago
        Sam

        No, I would skip Guadalajara, definitely hit Guantanto tho, what you could also get to from Mexico City.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Southeast Asia
    Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia
    Flights about $4k
    Hotels, food, everything else about $2k

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Were you flying business class? 4k sounds really excessive for flights.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Went to Bangkok last weekend. Flight was $90, food and drinks maybe $100, plus some stuff I bought at the market and transport. About $300 total

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    CDMX for a week. $180 for business class with points from the US. $150 for airbnb in Roma Norte. Partied every night, ate well, did the usual tourist bullshit during the day. Definitely recommend, just not staying in Roma Norte because everything is like double the price due to the amount of gringos there. Everyone is trying to rip you off. Double check the price, they assume your gringo ass can't add. Non-tourist areas are better for staying.

    • 2 months ago
      https://satanslibrary.org/

      Nice.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Estes Park, CO

    Flight was ~300 from Florida. Cabin at the foot of a mountain was ~700 for a long weekend. Food was relatively cheap, spent way too much on booze that didn't even get drank. All totally worth it.

    Went for a friends wedding and got so violently drunk at the reception that the entire next day was a total wash. Had to drive to Denver to pick up my gf from the airport and had to pull over and puke every 20 minutes.

    Visited the Stanley, went hiking and kayaking, and just enjoyed not being in the literal jungle where I live.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      you got ripped off on that cabin

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not really, I split it with other people. Even if I was by myself, it would've been worth it. My front porch was literally RMNP, and it was a 5 minute walk to the wedding.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not really. Estes Park is insane. I’m continually shocked by how many people are there. I stayed in Denver for 2 months and just drove up to RMNP every time cuz there’s no way I was competing with those people.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Faroe Islands
    >12 days
    >like 1600 burger dollars including flight
    >flight was almost half of price, since it was vacation on very short notice (bought tickets 2 days before flight)

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Copenhagen about a year ago. I went for 5 days, took molly on the 2nd day that messed me up real bad, got kicked out of the nightclub I was at, walked around in a daze and apparently took my shoes and socks off in a school playground. Left them there with my wallet and phone and walked back to the hotel barefeet, which took about an hour. Got a big fleshwound in 1 of my feet and was hotel-bound for the remainder of the trip.

    A construction worker found my phone and I had to walk back the day after on lost&found hotel shoes that gave me massive blisters. Recovered my socks, wallet and phone. Now I was finally able to buy some cheap sneakers and ditch the hotel loaners. Probably some hobo took my fairly new shoes and the cash money from my wallet, about 30 bucks, nothing serious. I was just happy I got my debit card and ID card back or I would not be able to get home.

    I have had some bad episodes on molly but this one takes the cake. Money-wise it wasn't that big of a deal but smearing blood all over the hotel lobby walking in on pitch black bare feet was totally not cool.

    Spend about 700 bucks in total on the trip, would've been more if I had been able to leave my hotel after the 2nd day.

    Foot healed pretty okay in about 2 weeks. A fucking miracle really, I can't believe I didn't step in anything serious and got a massive infection.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    1 month road trip, Glacier > Banff > Jasper > North Cascades national parks. Spent about $1200 mostly on gas because i have a subaru, lol. Was with my gf and we split gas, campsite and food costs. mostly cooked in the campsite. Never slept in a motel or anything, was pretty comfy sleeping outside. Highly recommend if you like hiking, if not then don't bother because it was a lot of work (and my gf can't drive so I had to do it all)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >my gf can't drive
      why

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    CIA blacksite in Lithiania to try to rescue my internet fren.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    New York City.
    Just about 5 days with the wife over labour day weekend, came in from Canada.
    Came in at just about $1800 USD.
    Deff pricey for 5 days but neither of us have been before.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      that price is for both of us

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    2 week trip through Spain. $1000-$1500 total, rented a motorcycle for 4 days and ate at restaurants the whole time. Could have been less if I got a place with a kitchen and stayed in one central city but I wanted to be more mobile.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Costa Rica

    Total cost and spending about 6000 eurobucks.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Three years ago thailand
    >12 days
    >hotel was around 1000 baht a night
    >spent 8000 baht one night at a bar including lady drinks bar fine
    >spent around 40000 baht all up including tours massages bar fines etc

    Planing to go back in november and book a hotel near nana plaza bangkok for 10 days

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am just now wrapping up a week in the beautiful tourist-trap of Taormina, Sicily. A nice sunny change from the clammy, dark gray autumn wetness that has been settling over my home city.

    I don’t know what it cost; I don’t travel on a budget. I think the condo we are renting was somewhere in the neighborhood of €150 a night, but tickets were cheap—we bought them a year ago but rescheduled the trip several times for weather and contagion reasons. But it was EasyJet back before prices doubled or tripled, so I’m sure it wasn’t much more than €100/pax.

    This place must be hellish in August when the cruise ships are in town, but I unapologetically like it in the shoulder season.

    Last trip before this one was a two-week road trip through Switzerland, the Italian Riviera, and the Côte d’Azur; that probably cost around $4500, mostly spent on a week in a big French house with a pool.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    tanzania , kenya, uganda and rwanda

    2 months
    got back this week
    cost like £3000

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      why would you go there and what did you do?

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Went to Würzburg last week for a metal festival
    German public transport is the SHITTEST of any country I have ever been to. You even still have to wear face-nappies on it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >German public transport is the SHITTEST of any country I have ever been to.
      Interesting to hear you say this—I live on the German border and take an occasional short-distance DB train and have never had cause to complain, but people seem to hate the long-hauls; I also found the metro in Berlin completely inoffensive.

      Rather than telling us what you hate about German public transit, can you describe a public transit system you think is excellent, and why?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      How many countries have you been to, 2? 3? Was it scary to leave the basement?

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Last year I went to Rome for a couple of weeks. Had to fly into Paris and take a connecting flight into Rome itself. CDG airport sucks, incidentally, and French people don't know how to queue up to save their lives. The airport in Rome looked like a high-end shopping mall.

    Rented a nice furnishd suite in the middle of Rome, down one of these ridiculously narrow, dingy streets that barely fit the width of a cab. It was nice enough, there were plenty of okay restaurants nearby, and I could walk to the Pont Sant'Angelo without too much effort.

    I hated Italian restaurants, though. Sometimes I didn't know how to get a seat before it wasn't clear where the front of the restaurant was. Usually I didn't know whether I should pay the bill at the table or wander inside to find a cash register or what. Everybody seemed to speak English, but everything was organized so badly that it didn't make any difference.

    Because of COVID, you had to get reservations for everything, even when you just wanted to go to a goddamn museum. It usually didn't cost much, but still, it was a pain in the ass to show up at a particular place at a particular time when I was just on vacation.

    It wasn't the worst place I've ever been (that would be Mexico), but I don't see myself ever going back to Rome or anywhere else in Italy.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Amerifag, live in India. Recently took a motorcycle trip across east-central India. Covered about 3,000 kilometers in three weeks. Did lots of hiking, hung out in a village, shipped my bike back "home."

    I'm flying to the U.S. for a funeral in another day, then visiting Germany and Turkey on the way back to India.

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