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Q: Can someone explain couch surfing to me? This is new to me.

I'm planning a trip to Shanghai and I wonder if this is something that I can do? * Please explain step by step in detail. Thank you! Have a nice Summer!

10 years 13 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Daqing

 
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Basically you rely on the kindness of strangers and use them to finance your trip by giving you a ride or a place to sleep and feed you

I don't recommend it as sooner or latter you might just meet the last person you will ever meet

try another plan

fish79:

Do the call that a surfing accident?

10 years 13 weeks ago
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philbravery:

Man that was bad     even by my standards

and they aren't that highangry

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fish79:

No shit

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