Four members are looking for place to stay at home.

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Four members are looking for place to stay at home.

Postby MacVs » 6 years ago

Hi brothers and sisters!
We need advice! This is our first time in Playa and we are trying to get tickets now. There are 4 of us, do we really need any camp? If yes, what should we do? What did you do in your first time? Any advices would give a huge plus to your karma :)

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Postby Eric » 6 years ago

you do not need to camp with an established group, and I would actually encourage you not to your first time out. Get to know the event before committing yourselves to the requirements of someone elses camp.

It's also very late to be looking to join a camp- most want people who've signed on long before this time.

Make sure you've read the First Timers Guide and Survival Guide and study the threads here on the ePlaya for tips- esp. the "Things you wished you had known your first time" thread.

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Postby C187 » 6 years ago

*Suggests you look around for that Orphan camp posted somewhere around these parts.*

*Suggests you pop a squat in the open areas.*

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Postby LyraS » 6 years ago

Hey, MacVs! Best of luck finding tickets - search this site, various craigslist regions, etc. You shouldn't have too much difficulty, especially if you're willing to pay current price.

Several of us Orphans have banded together to form an "informal" sort of camp, as C187 mentioned. You can find that thread here.

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