If you budget wisely, your travel funds can go a long way, though not as far as you.
5 Tips For Cheap, Yet Comfortable Travel
Stay in a hostel A great way to save money on travel is to stay in a hostel. If you have friends who have gone abroad before, ask them about hostels. Whether you are looking to stay with a hostel in a country you have never been to or you are simply seeking a place to meet others in a different environment, hostels are usually cheaper than hotels and are often a lot homier. Hostels also tend to have better rates than hotels, and hostels often provide free breakfast and free meals. Another thing to consider is that hostels are usually cheaper than hotels, not only because of their central location but because they often have lower nightly rates. Plan a flexible itinerary To make the most of your travel budget, you should plan on going to places that are at peak seasons.
Winston-Salem Downtown Things to do Food Truck Festival 2021
Girls' time has been way overdue. That's why when my friend Shelby invited Roxanne and me to all go to Winston-Salem downtown for their Food Truck Festival of 2021, we jumped on it. Shelby is a new mama to a beautiful baby girl and we've missed her! Life as a mama is rewarding but certainly busy and it's been about a year since we've had a girls' trip/day. Plus, good food, good times, good people, and drinks, how could a girl say no?
Ways to Travel on the Cheap
American author Mark Twain may have penned the all-time best quote about the benefits of travel: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.”
Amazing Places to Visit in Sydney during a Festive Season
Hey people! Welcome back to my Sydney Stories. I hope you are all doing great. Two special events are on the line and I hope you are not forgetting them. Have you got any plans for this Christmas and New Year’s Eve? If you are in Sydney, I can help you to sort something out. Have you heard about special event cruises in Sydney Harbour? There are a variety of unexplored landmarks all around and I can give you a brief about some of the Christmas party venues in Sydney on the list to visit or spend your special night in a different, but in a unique way.
15 Best Budget-Friendly Treks in the Himalayas
The young fold mountains of the Himalayas are a rich cluster of mountains in the northern parts of the country of India and also the nearby countries namely Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, etc. the range has the privilege to call itself home to some of the highest peaks in the entire world. The mountains are also famous for various activities and adventure sports like trekking, climbing, paragliding, river rafting, discovering and exploring the waterfalls, Himalayas are a perfect destination for a getaway and escape from city life.
Sydney’s Must-see and Must-do Attractions
At the mere mention of Sydney, one would instantly think of an image of Sydney Opera House or the Harbour Bridge. A trip to the land down under is incomplete without a visit to Sydney as it flaunts a unique blend of iconic architecture, golden beaches and picturesque landscapes. The city is also well-known for its youthful exuberance demonstrated through its never-ending events and festivals throughout the year. Travel to this beautiful city to discover a diverse and intriguing culture, burgeoning food scene and, not to mention, spectacular beaches. Keep reading to discover some of Sydney’s must-see attractions and destinations.
A Fun Day Out in Sydney: Beach, Zoos and a Harbour Cruise
Beaches, zoos, and then a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise? As much as I love to rhyme, I also really love to plan. So here’s a fun itinerary for an entire day of activities with your family and kids (sure to make them feel exhausted right in time for bed) that ends up with a dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour. Curious? Then keep reading. We also have another fun dinner cruise option in the city for the parents who are dreaming of a child-free date night at the end!
Cheapest Flight In The World
Air travel is one of the safest modes of transportation known today. While we all want to take the safest way possible, lower costs are required when budget constraints dictate. Airline ratings have unveiled its top 10 safest aircraft in 2019 in alphabetical order.
Vivid Sydney 2021 | Deals and Experiences
Vivid Sydney—Southern Hemisphere’s most spectacular arts festival—is a marvellous festival that transforms the city into a playground of the unexpected. Come August, Vivid Sydney is expected to make its big return with a bang! A cutting-edge line-up of artists and art-works—from outdoor light installations, live music acts, deep-dive discussions and more—will be the highlight at this year’s festival. If you’re wondering where and how to celebrate the festival, we have some amazing deals and experiences in Sydney, right under your nose. Let’s take a peek in.
Malaysia in High-Def
Despite the astronomically high cost of alcohol and the very real threat of death over being caught with so much as weed on your breath, both booze and drugs are actually quite easy to come by in Borneo, depending on your resourcefulness. By the time fate brought me to the shores of Malaysia, it had been well over a year since I'd been worth more than 50 dollars at any one time, so I was well prepared for the task at hand. My excuse for being there in the first place was as part of a two man vanguard, sent to source, and eventually purchase equipment to run a successful commercial diving operation outside of Kota Kinabalu. Did we possess the necessary experience and know-how to perform such a task? No. Did we have the faintest idea as to how we were supposed to accomplish such a mission? Absolutely not. But when a clueless Chinese millionaire hands you and your best friend 2 thousand dollars plus a ticket to Malaysia, you don't look a gift horse in the mouth and tell him you're not a jockey. You give your balls a tug, clamber up, and convince yourself that if a midget can do it, it can't be all that hard. It didn't take long for us to start the squander. KK is terribly overpriced if you're a functional alcoholic with no hobbies. It really is quite a beautiful place though. Mount Kinabalu is at your doorstep, and the diving there would make Jacques Cousteau piss in his dry suit. Our first meal was a Burger King Whopper, complete with some delicious monstrosity called "beefacon". Malaysia is what I like to call "Muslim with a side of Muslim". They are so devoted to their faith, that we had to send photocopies of our passport pages ahead of time to prove that we hadn't been to Israel. They are so devoted to their faith, that sodomy and female mud wrestling are punishable by death. And they are SO devoted to their faith, that you can't even purchase a dead pig on top of a dead cow, but instead are subjected to a bullshit beef substitute. What really hit us hard was the cost of alcohol. A single can of beer would run us 3 bucks a piece, and we were coming from Vietnam, a country made infamous for cheap piss (less than 50 cents a litre). It took us about ten days to go flat broke, a new land speed record. We managed to find a liquor store that would sell us a bottle of whiskey for a dollar, but all you were purchasing was a guarantee of shitting your pants and/or getting your lights punched out by your best mate. We had been subsisting on a daily diet of a single piece of bread, a cup of MSG flavoured noodles, and "Franken-smokes", which were created by a combination of collecting leftover cigarettes found in the gutter, and digging through ashtrays at the local mall before rolling your findings into one single carcinogenic experience. In short, there was broke, and then there was us, two private school educated Caucasian twenty somethings, cruising the clubs after last call, drinking all the leave behinds in a country that has the GDP of Jeff Bezos' right testicle. And then we struck gold.
Travelling in the budget
Book online air ticket for cheap travels Travel can be inexpensive if you are patient and smart while booking. There are a number of things that you should keep in your mind before you travel such as airfare, hotels. Follow the steps below because it will help you to travel within budget.
10 Tips To Explore Norway on a Students Budget
Students’ life is the best time to travel the world. And it would be a mistake to miss the opportunity to see as many countries as possible. Now you can make your dream a reality. These tips will make your Norway experience cheaper, but still full of positive emotions.