101 Places to Get F*cked Up Before You Die: The Ultimate by Matador Network, David S. Miller

By Matador Network, David S. Miller

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Looking for a guidebook that isn’t packed with drained, lame, or maybe BS shuttle info? 101 locations to Get Fucked Up ahead of You Die brings jointly the main irreverent and legitimate bills of ingesting, nightlife and go back and forth tradition around the globe. half consultant, half social remark, half social gathering invitation, 101 locations gives you the entire details and proposal you’ll desire to:

* Blowout one (or a number of) of the year’s largest fairs
* MacGyver your means into underground golf equipment and backcountry raves
* Throw down with humans from the Himalayas to the salt residences to Antarctica
* Travel in each available style—from baller to dirtbag—to probably the most epic spots on earth

Do you actually understand the place to move out in San Francisco or Tel Aviv? How approximately getting ready for Burning guy or Oktoberfest? The award-winning newshounds and photographers at Matador community tell you what’s up at every one spot, even if it’s drug guidelines, easy methods to hold secure, distinctive strategies for LGBT tourists, or just the place to discover the type of song you're keen on to bop to. even if you need to rage at Ibiza or simply kick back on a few dunes smoking shisha, 101 areas has anything for you. 

So, hop a flight, increase a tumbler, and subscribe to us as we breach defense, trip ill-recommended ferries, and hike miles into the desert all looking for the events and locations going off immediately.

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The village is small. You can crawl from bar to bar in under ten minutes on pedestrian-only cobblestone pathways, which become an inebriated paradise for stumbling after too many “Sticky Canadians” (a shot of 151 rum and maple syrup). Assuming you’re spending all your dollars on your lift tickets, accommodation, and booze, eat on the cheap. It’s the West Coast: that means sushi. If that’s not your thing, hit up Fat Tony’s (pizza), Zog’s Dogs (gourmet hot dogs), or try these bars that have somewhat affordable eats: El Furniture Warehouse and 21 Steps Kitchen and Bar.

Nearby is the Dancing Elephant Hostel, another cheap alternative that focuses on organizing events. These and others line a “Hostel Row” and at night they merge into one giant party. For more private accommodation, Seaview Bungalows are right on the beach with quick access to the cliff-side bars, and many have their own hammocks for lazy people-watching. Paradise Bungalows is where the Full Moon Party started way back when, and it still maintains that same atmosphere and enthusiasm. These bungalows have more privacy and amenities, but usually cost significantly more than the hostels, ranging from 600 to 2,000 baht ($20 to $67 USD) per night based on size and proximity.

DAYTIME ACTIVITY: Paddling on Prince William Sound, hiking in the Chugach. LODG ING RECOMMENDATIONS: Alaska Backpackers Inn. ING ESTIB LES: Microbrews, wine, local concoctions (ask your bartender for a “duck fart”), the holy trinity of seafood (salmon, king crab, halibut), reindeer sausages with colacarmelized onions. Don’t let the “big city” of Anchorage (population: three hundred thousand) deter you from the fact that it’s still the true gateway to The Last Frontier. While it is Alaska’s largest settlement, in summer months the scent of moose musk rolls down 4th, and in the winter it’s host to the Running of the Reindeer, the arctic version of Spain’s infamous bull-scamper.

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