As a budget traveler, I appreciate nifty travel guides that can help me make the most out of every trip I do. I’ve lived in South Korea for a little over two years already and traveled to Seoul many times that I’ve lost count. And being an expat, you learn to take note of relevant tips here and there for your next visit. Here’s a list of tips that I often tell my friends who plan to visit Seoul.
Roller coasters, character meets, concerts, great food. Universal really does it all. But the things they can't control like long lines, ignorant people, and heat are hard to deal with. I have a few tricks that will make your Universal trip worth it.
I remember the first time I heard the word nomad. I was watching a tiny house transformation on You Tube, and they kept referring to living a nomad life. I went to Webster’s Dictionary online, and the definition referred to earlier settlers with livestock, who would move from place to place for better pastures. It interested me hearing the modern spin of a nomad life, and realizing that we really are not that different from history.
If you're anything like me, traveling is your thing and there is probably very little in the world that makes you feel as fulfilled as traveling does. However, we all know getting to where you are trying to go is expensive, and once you get there? Eating, shopping, and everything in between can leave you broker than broke. So here are some hacks, tips, and tricks to make traveling much more possible.
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Paris' iconic galleries; such as the Louvre, Musée D'Orsay, and Jeu de Paume, sans gratis. Except for the first Sunday of the month, when most galleries open their doors to visitors, for free!
Almost everyone loves to travel. Some like to go for a month. Some just for a weekend. But it usually takes some cash away from your wallet. If you’re someone who doesn’t have (enough) money to spend on traveling, or if you’re looking for a way to make your trips less expensive, then keep on reading!
I was a student for the best part of the last seven years. During that time, I traveled through almost 20 European countries. Most times, I had virtually no money.
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.
About a year and a half ago my mom brought to my attention a great idea, when planning our family trips all parties going on the trip transfer money into one savings account to keep track of how much we have collectively before the trip and to all pitch in to one account. My sister and I being obsessed with list and itineraries let our ideas sore, we added to this idea and proven that it is possible to plan family trips on a budget!
I recently traveled to Texas and obviously flew, you know like being in a plane. I absolutely love traveling and in my seasoned 17 years of flying experience I've learned a few tricks that make flying much more enjoyable.
Workaway changed all the expectations I had for travel. I always assumed it to be a luxury for the wealthy and the free, but that never stopped me from planning, saving, and hoping that I would be able to pull off a big trip after Sixth form. I ended up experiencing the most amazing year of my life at 18, without ever actually having a real job.