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anyone interested 2 backpack across europe
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hi, i was just wondering if anyone is interested to backpack for maybe 2 or 3 months across europe?

Posted on: 2007/11/28 23:04
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Whoa, tat'll b awful expensive... u got any Lobang?

Posted on: 2007/11/28 23:32
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If it is backpacking, it won't be. I will just be not that comfortable, compared to your average luxury holidays.

I wouldn't consider though, because I rather choose to stay in a proper hotel not sharing rooms and bathrooms with other drunk people (which backpackers usually are).

Words of advise, do hell-a-lot of research before you start backpacking. find all the interesting places to visit, cheapest way to get there, cheapest accommodation (with the best features of course) and work out your budget (very important).

Whatever you do, beware, if you decided to go to that stupid Paris, please make sure you learn how to speak French, because if cannot speak one, you shouldn't be there.

Posted on: 2007/11/29 6:30
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Where do you plan to go, that is, where's your starting and ending point?

Why don't you join the Contiki? Granted it's a tour thingee, but it's not as rigid as the usual tours. It's more unconventional and targeted at youths.

Backpacking is not supposed to be expensive, if you know the cheap places to stay and eat. It's affordable if you're there with the intention to see places, not to do shopping. The only expensive thing would probably be the airticket to and fro the destination.

Oh yeah. Most Europeans (especially Western Europeans) can speak English. It's just that they refused to, due to their sense of nationalism. It doesn't hurt to know a little of their languages. French, Italians and Germans are especially proud of their tongues.

Posted on: 2007/11/29 9:12
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I rather go backpacking across China or any other asian countries except for indon and phillipine.

Cheap, common language (china) and interesting

Posted on: 2007/11/29 11:10
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I rather go backpacking across China or any other asian countries except for indon and phillipine.

Cheap, common language (china) and interesting

China is full of tricksters, be careful when backpacking (or any other form of travelling there)

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i would love to do tat wif u , my fren..but nw am hold up wif work n commitments....it will be great to have a nice backpacking trip..i actly did tat 4 years ago , but only part of Europe..

Posted on: 2007/11/29 11:40
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I rather go backpacking across China or any other asian countries except for indon and phillipine.

Cheap, common language (china) and interesting

China is full of tricksters, be careful when backpacking (or any other form of travelling there)



Ditto about the tricksters (I'm sure every other country has got conmen, but seems like China's are more rampant and notorious). And also the fact that they have very primitive 'facilities' outside the big cities...

What's wrong with the Philippines? It's a beautiful country. You just have to know how to be street-smart and stay safe, which I think it's the same everywhere you want to go.

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