budget travel

If you budget wisely, your travel funds can go a long way, though not as far as you.

  • Annie Kiely
    Published 3 years ago
    What Can I Bring in My Carry-On?

    What Can I Bring in My Carry-On?

    Your carry-on is one of the most important and strategic parts of planning if you'll be sitting on a long flight.
  • John Roberts
    Published 3 years ago
    A Cruise on Brand New Viking Sky
  • Joe Russell
    Published 3 years ago
    Traveling Earth
  • Anthony Gramuglia
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Find the Best Budget Travel Deals

    How to Find the Best Budget Travel Deals

    To some, travel may appear to be an expensive excursion, the sort of thing that rich people do when they grow bored of monotony, but the simple truth is that budget travel deals are happening all the time. Of course, when you think of cheap travel, there is that fear that you are buying a ticket for a rickety plane that will collapse over the Atlantic, or renting out a room that may in fact be the front for some murder club a'la Hostel.
  • Skunk Uzeki
    Published 3 years ago
    Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things

    Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things

    Everyone has heard of the tale of old Ebenezer Scrooge—a man who had all the money he could count, but never actually left his office long enough to enjoy it. Though Scrooge himself never existed, his fictional plight is one that is increasingly common in today's society.
  • Larry Romulus
    Published 3 years ago
    Places You Can Visit for Under $25 a Day

    Places You Can Visit for Under $25 a Day

    Vacations can be incredibly expensive; it may seem impossible to find a place to visit where you won't need to spend any more than $25. The image one conjures when you think of cheap vacations is usually one of dilapidation, crime, and roaches.
  • Scott Snowden
    Published 3 years ago
    Skiing the Slopes of Val d’Isère
  • Michele James
    Published 3 years ago
    The Infamous Teakettle Junction and Lost Burro Mine

    The Infamous Teakettle Junction and Lost Burro Mine

    If you have ever driven the road from Scotty's Castle in Death Valley to The Racetrack, you will know what I mean when I say LONG DRIVE .........VERY LONG DRIVE! Because of the washboard we couldn't go over 10 mph. Of course, the shorter wheel based Jeeps were hauling ass and passing us. So do the math. It's 19 miles (give or take) from where the dirt starts to Teakettle Junction and then another 6 miles from there to the start of The Racetrack. It took hours and hours to get to Teakettle Junction. I'm not exaggerating..... Anyhow, Teakettle Junction is actually a landmark out in the desert, a waypoint for the lost, a beacon of hope........Okay, it's just a sign, and yes, teakettles hanging off said sign. I was impressed as to how many there were. I am thinking that they take them down every year because they were all from 2016. Nothing older than that.
  • Parag Patel
    Published 3 years ago
    Are Travel Agents Still a Thing?

    Are Travel Agents Still a Thing?

    Travel agents have had a rough past decade. The emergence of countless different online travel services has allowed people from around the world to book their trips and accommodations online with the click of a mouse. The independence this has created for modern travelers and adventurous spirits has certainly been a welcome addition to the people looking for new and affordable options in their booking arrangements. Unfortunately for the industry that was built upon making travel happen, the need for travel agents in particular has plummeted as a result of these changes. While there is still a clear hole in the business community where travel agents once thrived, the opportunity to remain prevalent in contemporary times is not as bleak as it may seem. By reinventing themselves as professionals and embracing a series of new roles as facilitators for travelers around the world, travel agents may still be able to remain a “thing” even today. Check out some of the new ways that travel agents could not only survive but also potentially thrive below!
  • Michele James
    Published 3 years ago
    Finding Crowley Lake Columns

    Finding Crowley Lake Columns

    So one Sunday morning found us driving HWY 395. Needless to say, when you are driving for any length of time you tend to think a lot. Mike and I have always been able to drive in a companionable silence. We don't find it awkward and we don't feel the need to fill the silence with idle chit chat. To some this may seem weird but to us it is completely normal.