A trip to Florida is always going to be expensive, regardless of the time of year you go, and it’s mostly because of the ticket prices, but there are other ways to save money when going to Florida.
Global calling cards will allow you to stay connected with your folks or business partners and everyone while you’re traveling to different countries. We all want to call our home when we are far away. Especially for students who study abroad from Asian countries like India or Malaysia who find it really costly to make calls at home. But, why fear when international calling card is here? Yes, you are absolutely right. International calling cards can really come in handy when you’re dwelling in a hotel or a hostel. With an international calling card, you have to provide a fixed sum of money as per your call rate and length. Your call will be logged by the administration and you will be charged for the fitting sum from your card. The amount you will pay will vary the place and the time you plan to make a call. On the off chance that you make a long-distance call, you will be charged by the minute of your call and the cost will be charged depending on the ongoing call rate offer.
Traveling away from home can prove financially challenging. Especially when you're visiting foreign countries with different currencies and value systems that may appear strange to you. Despite the challenges, you can cut costs on food, recreation, accommodation, and transport, among other travel essentials.
I'm very lucky. Travel has always been a massive part of my family's lifestyle and priorities, so by the time I left home for university, I'd been to a fair few countries and continents.
I like to believe that we all dream of cheap travel, but most of us never take the time to actually figure it out. We all talk about the places we will go, and the things that we will see later in life, but we hardly ever actually take the time to research and go. I have strived for years to travel and experience what I can on my ultra-low budget. One of the most common things that I hear from older people is how they wished that they had taken the time to travel more while they were younger. I do not want to say that when I'm older. Maybe its my own version of FOMO (fear of missing out)...
Traveling doesn’t have to be crazy expensive and there are many ways that people have found to travel the world with little money. I could tell you hundreds of ways to save money on traveling, but instead, I will show you how I recently traveled on a budget and was able to travel for less than $500. This story begins when I asked a friend of mine to travel with me a few months ago. We wanted to go somewhere cool, but cheap since we were both a bit tight on money. After all of our planning and budgeting, we were able to travel to Portland, Oregon from Phoenix, Arizona for less than $500 a person. Let me break down exactly how we were able to do this.
Published 2 months ago
If you don't know what a capsule hotel is; it's basically a fancy hostel where, instead of sleeping in bunk beds, you sleep in a literal capsule together with 20-40 other people (all in individual capsules of course, not in the same one). All other areas such as the bathrooms are shared, but most capsule hotels do offer individual shower rooms to keep guests as comfortable as possible. In most of these hotels, it is also common to separate men from women, which is also common in hostels. This concept originated in Japan, and has since become popular all over Asia and Europe.
I've been sailing around the world for the past three years, by crewing on other people's sailboats, or what I call, Global HitchHiking. I have been on eight different boats and traveled over 35,000 nautical miles. I have spent 100s of days and nights at sea and been to over 40 countries. I have been to countries I've dreamed about going to my entire life. I've also been to many countries I hadn't ever heard of my entire life. I have caught wild wahoo, tuna, barracuda, shark, and many other kinds of fish over the past 3 years. I even caught a booby-bird in Christmas Islands by accident, which I was able to get disentangled from my hook and released. It has been the adventure of a lifetime and it's getting ready to come to a close.
My experience has been a backpack and open road through the beautiful American South West.
Hey, you all—what is up? I know that I have not talked about my personal life a lot lately, but I thought that I would dive right in and share what is going on. Everyone who knows me well enough, knows that I love traveling SO MUCH. I literally could do it nearly every single day if I could, and I would be the happiest woman alive. Which brings me to today’s article topic—traveling full time. So how will I do that? First, I have it set up that I will purchase either a fully loaded RV, or Van transformed into a house, and start traveling all across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. I know I am crazy, right. Well, you only live once, and I want to spend it doing what I feel I am called to do, while still pursuing my passions. I love meeting new people, and experiencing other cultures, so I thought, why not bring my home on the road? I want to start in the western side of the globe first, and then move worldwide and travel.
Published 3 months ago
Everyone knows Utah is a great winter destination. After the 2002 Olympics, our snow became forever famous for winter sports. Skiers and snowboarders are some of the state’s main tourists. However, if you aren’t a fan of snow, what can Utah offer you? Hiking in gorgeous mountains or through Arches National Park is proof that there are fun things to do in Utah all year long. There are fun hikes for all ages. Utah is home to many national and state parks with an array of mountain ranges. There are limestone ranges, sandstone ranges, red rock ranges, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer, or just starting to hike you’ll find the perfect hike in Utah.