International travel tips

  • Amira

    Posts: 327

    Jan 06, 2016 9:23 PM GMT
    Hi guys icon_biggrin.gif

    I know this topic is probably overly done but I was kinda deciding that I wanted to treat myself and finally travel international.. So I have a few places in mind:

    Sydney
    Vancouver
    Sweden
    Netherlands
    London

    And a few more hehe. Thought I would start planning now so I can travel towards the middle of the year. So I was looking for some tips I know quite a few here have travel experience which I don't. So anything would help if you guys want to share for not only me but those also inquiring traveling internationally with little to no experience? icon_redface.gif
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    Jan 06, 2016 9:27 PM GMT
    I just noticed that you are in USA, so Vancouver is the closest to you. Might save a lot of money on flight ticket.
  • Amira

    Posts: 327

    Jan 06, 2016 10:04 PM GMT
    ricky1987 saidI just noticed that you are in USA, so Vancouver is the closest to you. Might save a lot of money on flight ticket.


    I actually considered that. I have a coworker who is going there tonight and he told me the price which was a great one. I just happen to find some of the other locations more appealing although it doesn't mean I wouldn't live Vancouver either. icon_smile.gif

    Regardless of where I decide, it will be worth it. The way I look at it.
  • tj85016

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    Jan 07, 2016 3:32 AM GMT
    actually, give Montreal a shot first, it's worth the trip
  • tazzari

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    Jan 10, 2016 6:12 PM GMT
    Vancouver is wonderful, but it's not very foreign, if it's true international travel you want. London is a never-ending source of interesting things to do and see.

    I always think it's best to pick one place and really see it, than to see a flock of places in more or less of a hurry. Sweden is wonderful too, but it's a whole country - pick a place or two and get to know it.

    Think of Iceland?

    Munich is great as well.

    Be sure to get a good guidebook well before you go, so you can get a firm idea what's on offer and what you want to see and do.