What countries have you visited /int/?
Austria, Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Czechia, England, Eire, Scotland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Croatia, Hungary.
I want to visit Greece and Spain badly.
you mean Finnish language?
but its very hard as they say
we don't use any terms like " the car" we just use a lot of stuff intergrated to the object word .
Minun autoissani on ongelmia
My cars have problems
Minun autossani on ongelma
My car have a problem
If you don't mind lending your time, how would you directly translate "My name is George." including whatever the name is for George in Suomi.
Like a Broadway play or musical?What do you mean by travelling show?
I don't know , names are quite solid
George is George i guess , nothing special about that
and about that translation
Minun nimeni on George
and if casually speaking with friends it would like
Mun nimi on George , like that
Scotland man I love this place
People there are so friendly
They can talk with you and laugh like every fucking frien you know from childhood
But the main difference is that you just meet each other and barely know each other
And they can drink strong alcohol very well
Finally some worthy oponents
Also they love the story of their country and they re proud of it so if you are a tourist on a trip to scotland honestly fuck the guides ask a scot instead
Trust me it's gonna be more funny and interesting also you get to know what royal famillies they love and hate for betrayers
It's nothing wrong to be proud
Also sorry for my grammar
I'm not only interested in your language but I'm even more interested in How it translates. Suomi have an impressive grasp on English. More so than others.
Just give me a basic translation to "I love you"
Tell me how someone would say that.
I'm sure there are 100 different ways but just tell me how you would say "I love you"
I love you , would go like this
Minä rakastan sinua
>Tell me how someone would say that.
hmm well thats quite hard, but personally i would say this to my girlfriend or wife
its not so commonly used amongts people and i feel like "rakastaa" verb is so strong
I don't need to travel. If I want to visit a labrynth of concrete and steel full of self-absorbed pricks that don't speak English and hate white people Sydney's only a couple of hours away.
Minsk and Brest. I was a part of a touring band there.
Minsk is weird. It was like time travelling. Everything looks extremly Soviet (but the food is cheap and delicious). Brest was cool. I liked it.
>How did you guys like Finland?
I liked it at lot, though I've been only to Helsinki. It seems so small after Moscow, but I've enjoyed staying there a lot. Hard to explain why. It's the atmosphere of the place. Was ammused by the ammount of hipsters with dyed hair. Wasn't amused by the prices.
Guadalajara and some of the surrounding areas. I loved it. The men were nice and showed hospitality and the women were very good looking and wanted to have fun. They were so nice to me there. I will visit again soon when I get another contract.
I don't understand /int/'s obsession with qts. If it's not a shithole village in the middle of nowhere there's always at least some cute girls there. If you like slav girls you'll enjoy both places.
Ah, so you were there on business?
What was it? A telecommunications company?
If you can I'd invite you to visit Oaxaca and Chiapas, their temples, nature, little towns etc. Are a great to experience.
Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines, New Zealand, China (almost all of its coastal provinces), Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong,
All of them mentioned here have relatively cheap budget flights from Singapore except Christchurch
Locals were pretty friendly to me. We have a family friend over there, so was able to meet one of the locals and go out to dinner with them.
It's just the vibrancy and pace of the city, condensed into such a small area. I haven't been to New York or Tokyo, but supposedly it's meant to be similar. I personally had never experienced anything as high rise and fully urban as downtown Hong Kong - and the highrises are inescapable. The food and shopping was great, and the sights were cool too. Even amongst Touristy sights Locals have to mingle and go about their daily lives, unlike a bigger city like London where no local would hang around the London eye/Westminster for long.
For example when visiting the giant buddha I wandered into the temple and there was a proper buddhist service. In the midst of one of the most touristy sites in the city, everyone was being solemn and serious.
Plus the fusion of east and west is cool. It's the most accessible city in East Asia for English speakers.
I think this video pretty much sums Hong Kong up https://vimeo.com/120790502
Yeah I can see why you would like it, I'm sort of the opposite where I need some chill, couldn't find any chill in the entire country.
But I can understand why people are into that sort of stuff
Yes I'm a travelling electrical engineer with GE right now. I'm looking to move on to something smaller actually but thanks to your oligarch there are unlimited posibilities in Mexico. I think I will be stuck in Mexico city for the next year after this.
I'm going to England in march and Mexico right after. I live in Texas and still haven't made it to Mexico somehow, but my gf's hometown is right on the border.
I've been to the USA, the UK, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Turkey and the Netherlands and I've spent the night in Switzerland, paid a visit to Liechtenstein and Denmark and drove through Poland and Slovakia before.
I want to visit Norway, the UK again, France again, Switzerland (again), Italy again and eventually the USA again and New Zealand, and possibly maybe sometime Japan, Chile and Argentina.
I think you guys could really have a good time over here in majority of South-East Asian nations, Everything is really cheap and affordable too. I've met a couple of Mexicans during my visit to Phenom Phen
Well I can't really speak to the electrical infrastructure right now as I am only supervising the welding and assembly of circuit boards and other electrical components. As far as I can see it looks like labor is on you guys and anything technically savvy either comes from the US or some other places and the locals get cheated out of jobs.
In Mexico City I'll be supervising larger welding projects with a US paycheck. Things seem a little unfair. It seems like we're installing ourselves there. I hate to say that.
I don't care about South East Asia in the slightest. Australia I can take or leave, one of my main concern would be the duration. Combining multiple countries can quickly make vacations prohibitively long, though on the other hand it's not worth flying to the other end of the world for just a week. I guess Australia and New Zealand would work, but Japan is probably worth a vacation of its own, especially when you want to drive around the country instead of just idling in a big city for a while.
Ukraine, Montenegro, UK, Abkhazia (Georgia if you want), China
I've enjoyed the scenery and most of the people the first time, there's just an unexplainable coziness about it, but I've only seen Wales and parts of England. The next time I want to arrive in a sports car and enjoy some of your Scottish and Welsh driving roads, and maybe even a track day or two. And if I time it perfectly I can even attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Visited: New Zealand, USA, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan and China.
I'm going back to Japan and seeing South Korea in about 2 weeks and one day I want to eventually head back to the US as well as see Europe.
Well, I "visited" Qatar, Kuwait, Afghanistan, and Kyrgyzstan in the Army, yeah. The rest I went to either as part of a trip around Europe that I got as a graduation present, or one off trips afterwards.
Agree. South-East Asia is really a haven for you guys if your looking for a good time and money well-spent. Thailand, Saigon & Bali are famous for its ABC (Appetite, Barter & Clubbing) lifestyle. The rest are culturely enriched in many ways. Ancient historical sites, War monuments etc
Only Singapore is biasly for the rich and boring. Tbh theres no point coming here at all if you live in a metropolitan area.
I'm actually planning on a mega 1 year south east Asia trip as soon as I can afford it, I think I'll skip Singapore though, nothing personal.
Fucking whitey stealing our jerbs!
Well, at least I hope that this increases quality of installations and reduces blackouts.
Lol. THEY TOOK OUR JERRBBS!!
Things will get better. We have training programs for local engineers. I love your country. I love your hospitality. I will give as much as I can. .
To be honest I'll probably stay in Mexico. Especially coastal Mexico. Mostly because I love your language and the way your people look. Females especially.
South East Asia is really cheap though, especially vietnam. The swimming and beaches are top tier.
You should at least do Australia then as well, though if you only have one or two weeks then I suppose just doing NZ does make sense.
ok here we go:
That's good I suppose.
Although desu I trust whitey to do a better job on this than mexicans, we are famous for being careless and reckless, even if we know the right way.
Anyway I wish you luck on Mexico city, and when you come here to settle first travel around a bit, get a taste for the different parts, and after you've tried most of the country like a buffet then decide on where to settle.
Tip avoid Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Michoacán and Guerrero.
No. Born in Moscow but none of my grandparents come from the same country of the soviet union so its hard to tell to what ethnicity i really belong to . I look kinda Mediterranean tho.
if you guys want i can answer some questions to places i have visited.
Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Australia, New Zealand, America, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia.
Antigua and Barbuda
British Indian Ocean
British Virgin Islands
Cape Verde Islands
Central African Republic
China, Hong Kong
China, People’s Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of
Congo, Republic of
Czech Republic Denmark
Federated States of Micronesia
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Korea, Democratic People’s Rep
Korea, Republic of
Papua New Guinea
Saint Helena Saint Kitts & Nevis
Saint Pierre & Miquelon
Sao Tomé & Principe
Trinidad & Tobago
Turks & Caicos Islands
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom of GB & NI
United States of America
US Virgin Islands
Wallis & Futuna Islands
Morocco once to visit my crazy Aunt. Tangier. Shit was cash. Great place.
Also Vienna. Great city man.
Mexico, England, and Norway.
Norway was awesome.
With my friends, we planned to travel whole europe first.
Then we went to americas and we decided not to stop there. One of my friends did suicide in Cambodia though in 2010.
In suriname it was best to go with dutch. I didn't know how to speak it so we had to rely on dictionary. We didn't speak much to the locals though, because it seemt bit tense at the moment for some reason.
Ok so you're clearly some kind of rich backpacker with nothing to lost or gain. Not a chance youve been to that many countries without backup. Unless you're an oldfag with a long career.
I'm 46 now.
As I said, we had to work in various places to get around. We went trough russia via trans siberian railways, which was hell when sober. There are many cheap alternative ways to travel. Cheapest one is the "syrian surfing" method, which we didn't try though.
France,Italy, Spain, Greece, other balk cunts. I really wish to see north of Europe, Ireland, both Americas (mostly for nature), Siberia too. India and China look interesting too. I'm not really into tropical places, I like cold.
Doubt I will do any of these things before I retire though
t. poor fuck
UK + Ireland
I'd like to visit
Vietnam, Austria, Croatia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Kenya, Australia
balk cucks, austria, germany, czech republic, poland, slovakia, hungary, france, UK, ireland, belgium, spain and barbados, but that was when i was a kid
i want to visit everywhere tropical, love dat heat
yeah bullshit. did you go to the westbank or gaza lol. implying its a place you can just kinda visit. i have looked into the westbank and it is litteraly a concrete desert shithole. which of course is heavily guarded. the same goes for gaza.