Valentine’s Day. It’s a day dreaded by many. Not just those who will be celebrating the holiday newly single or for the eighth year in a row without a significant other. It’s another stressful holiday for those in relationships, too. Sure, the rich and famous can rent a villa in Marbella and pamper their significant other with white sand beaches and fancy food. But if you’re on a more limited budget, it can feel impossible to live up to the hype this holiday creates.
Being able to hop from one country to another without worrying about a dwindling budget sounds like a dream. We all know that traveling is expensive, and it often seems like only the wealthy are able to take to the skies whenever they please. However, the more you travel, the more you discover that not everyone you meet is rich or famous. In fact, many of them are working while they travel, and in the modern digital world, it’s totally a possibility.
It’s the middle of January, and the winter blues are in full effect. Frigid temperatures are causing active people to hibernate, and shoveling snow seems like the only way to break a sweat. This is a season when self care takes a backseat to keeping warm and patiently waiting for spring. Needless to say, it’s time for a healthy, mindful escape.
You don’t often find the phrases “budget-friendly” and “luxury” in the same sentence. But on the Indonesian island of Bali, the two have basically become best friends. Affordable accommodations, cheap but delicious eats and $10 massages are just a few of the deals you’ll find when traveling to this popular Asian tropical paradise.
The Costa del Sol is known for its white sand, turquoise waters, and high-end lifestyle. In fact, just a simple search for a villa in Marbella can present an overwhelming list of lavish hotels, resorts, and rentals. And when you’re looking for a place to party, that list gets even longer.