If you are planning a trip to China, here are 26 things to know before you go- everything from accommodations to whether or not you should wear… Read more “China”
I get it, budget travel is hard. You get an itch; you want to go…get out, travel, but you can’t. Maybe you can’t get the time off… Read more “Budget Travel”
Traveling in Europe has become outrageously expensive. You can spend the same amount for five days in Italy as you can for a month in Montengro. As… Read more “Eastern European Countries For Budget Travel”
30 Legit ways to make money while traveling.
Sometimes meeting people on the road can be difficult. Part of the adventure of traveling is meeting other people and sharing an experience or stories Often we… Read more “Making New Friends Abroad”
Have you ever taken a trip and afterwards wished you had done something differently? Travelling can be amazing and life-changing. However, if you are anything like me,… Read more “Travel Regrets”
Travel journals can be a wonderful reminder of our trips. Years later we can open our journals and pour over our notes and mementoes, instantly transporting us back in time. While there are dozens of “how-tos,” on Pinterest, here is a brief list of 50 ideas to add to your journal to help you recall the places you’ve been. When deciding what to add to your journal make sure it is something small and flat to maximize the space in your journal.
If you are planning to go to Miami, here are 10 things that won’t bust your budget. 10 things to do in Miami under $10. Experience Little… Read more “Miami On A Budget”
Just because you are on a budget, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t travel the world. Here are 13 countries that are super budget-friendly. All of the countries below… Read more “13 Budget-Friendly Countries”
If you are on an extreme budget but desperate to travel, you might be able to travel for next to nothing. Here are a few tips to grab a vacation on the cheap!
Portland, Oregon is one of the best budget-friendly cities! Unlike New York, San Francisco or Washington DC, you don’t need a lot of money to have a… Read more “Portland On A Budget”
Travelers on a budget are well versed in the art of eating at food stalls. These vendors can save you a ton of money and can be a delicious way to experience the culinary culture of a people. However, no one enjoys multiple trips to the toilet after a bad experience. Here are 8 tips to follow when choosing a food stall to side step Montezuma’s Revenge.
Everybody loves a good swimming hole. Sometimes looking for the best one can be a bit of a scavenger hunt. If you happen to be in any… Read more “11 Fantastic Swimming Holes”
Staying at a hostel can either be a terrific or a terrible experience. It helps to manage your expectations. Remember hostels are more like college dorms and less… Read more “Surviving a Hostel Like a Boss”
When I was a kid I would pour over our family subscription to National Geographic magazines, mapping out my future adventures, completely captivated by the photography of parts… Read more “Travel Resources”
No one likes to waste their money and their time. Taking a few minutes to prepare for your trip can save you on both. Before traveling, consider… Read more “19 common Traveling Mistakes!”
As the third most populous city in the United States, Chicago has over 2.7 million residents. Chicagoland, (the metropolitan area surrounding Chicago) has nearly 10 million people. It is considered… Read more “Chicago On A Budget”
Europe has become expensive to travel around. Whether you are on a week’s vacation or a 3 month trip to Europe, you can minimize the impact on your wallet by considering the following tips.
Just because you are traveling doesn’t mean you can’t do your part to reduce waste. Here are a few ideas to help you make a smaller footprint… Read more “Low Impact Waste Tips For Traveling”
if you find yourself kicking around Venice Beach here are 18 things you just can’t miss.
There are a bazillion things to do San Antonio, much of it is not so budget-friendly. If you find yourself in the position of having limited funds… Read more “San Antonio on a Budget”