Nov 18, 2018• by NALBATRAVELS

How to visit Santorini on a budget

We must admit that Santorini is one of the most beautiful places we’ve ever visited. If you haven’t already, look it up on Pinterest and you’ll understand what we are referring to; although...

Nov 16, 2018• by adventureswithanna_

5 Ways to Make Travel Affordable

Need a vacation but can't afford it? I've been there a million times. Here are just a few tricks I've used to make traveling more affordable: 1. Use points Does your credit card offer travel...

Nov 13, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Hong Kong annual Museum Pass

An annual Museum Pass issued by Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the local government in Hong Kong could be a money saving stuff for travelers, expatriates and exchange students. It was...

Oct 25, 2018• by Backpacksandbicycles

Top 3 must see in Japan

Must see spots in Japan... When you decide to go to a place like Japan, a place that has a lot of wonderful places to explore. It can be hard to decide what to put at the top of your list as...

Oct 5, 2018• sponsored by AirHelp

Claiming compensation for delayed flights

Have you ever been on a flight that was delayed or cancelled? Have you ever been “bumped” or denied boarding on a flight? If so, you could be entitled to airline compensation. Did you know...

Sep 19, 2018• by throwaway

Take advantage of cancellation policies

Honestly, this is something we should do more often too. Book in advance, but make sure that your flight or hotel has a clear, no cost cancellation policy. Be sure to mark the last day you can...

Sep 12, 2018• by letsfindfun

Exploring N’awlins: Your First Time In New Orleans

After traveling across 33+ states and living in 6+ cities, I often get asked where I am originally from. When I say “Picayune, Mississippi” their response is usually “Uhhhhhh…” I always...

Aug 27, 2018• by Gttravelblog

6 Tips for Planning the Perfect Daycation

1. Pick Your Destination. The first thing to consider when doing a daycation is your destination of course. When travelling for a day, I would recommend going somewhere that is maximum 2 hours’...

Aug 21, 2018• by Nikkicaliquests

How to cross the Golden Gate Bridge for under $3

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, David Ohmer's 2008 photo “Biased Fog” Option 1 - Take The Bus $2.75 76X Bus Line (SFMTA/MUN) MUNI is the name of the public transportation system (SFMTA)...

Aug 16, 2018• by Gipsytizen

Cash or credit card for your vacation?

I think this is a very controversial topic and many experts differ when is time to make the main decision: Cash or Credit Card when traveling outside your country most specifically a country with a...

Jul 14, 2018• by Catriona Kendall

My Top 3 Tips For Travelling On A Budget

This blog post is going to be about how to save money while planning your next adventure.  Flights  I would say the majority of people worry about spending a lot of money on buying their...

Jun 28, 2018• by Plush

Cheap way to go from Victoria Airport (BC) to Downtown

There is no direct bus from the Victoria Airport (YYJ) to Downtown Victoria. If you take the bus just outside the airport (bus 88) you'll have to transfer once or twice depending on the route you...

May 19, 2018• by Marykatehilmes

42 Tips For Your Trip To Thailand

Below are 42 tips that were compiled during a 1-month exploration of the beautiful country of Thailand! All were experienced and learned first-hand and documented in order to help ease the travels of...

May 15, 2018• by verotripti

GALAPAGOS - The Enchanted Islands!

Many people do not plan their trip to Galapagos - Ecuador because they think it is very expensive but the truth is that you can go and enjoy these magical islands on a budget. First look for plane...

May 15, 2018• by Bright Nomad

Find out the cost of living at your destinations

When you plan a budget for your trip, it's easy to find out how much things cost at the places you're going to visit. Go to numbeo.com and search for a name of a city. You'll get a detailed list...

May 3, 2018• by homelessandabroad

Avoiding the Depression of Shoestring Solo Travelling

Travelling on a shoestring budget will take a toll on you. Travelling on a shoestring budget and alone can hurt you, but it's alright, and there’s ways to avoid it. When you travel with a...

Apr 4, 2018• by Clem

Korean ATMs: withdrawing money in South Korea without fees

If you own a foreign credit card, such as a Visa or a Mastercard, most ATMs in South Korea will have withdrawal fees (usually from around ₩3,000 to around ₩5,000) for international...

Mar 31, 2018• by Clem

Compensation for delays with Thello trains

If you booked a Thello train between France and Italy, you are entitled to compensation if your train is more than 1 hour late, according to the following table: Fill this form to get reimbursed...

May 24, 2018• by Clem

Exchanging Lao kip in Chiang Mai Thailand

Lao kip are hard to exchange outside Laos. But if you happen to be in Chiang Mai, there is a currency exchange that accepts LAK (Lao kip). Exchange rates might have changed since this picture was...

Mar 22, 2018• by liu-tw

Taiwan "no seat" train tickets

In Taiwan, even when TRA trains are full, you can buy a "no seat" ticket. It costs 20% less than the regular price. It means that you have no guaranteed seat, but if a place is free you can sit...

Mar 19, 2018• by liu-tw

Finding accommodation in Kenting Street

If you go in person to a few hotels in Kenting Street to get information about their rooms, you'll find better prices than what you can find online. So, unless you are visiting at a very busy...

Mar 19, 2018• by liu-tw

Taiwan's Kenting National Park without a car or a scooter

Most guidebooks or blog posts about Kenting National Park will tell you to rent a scooter, but you can actually do without. That leaves you with two main options: walking and taking the bus. All this...

May 10, 2018• by liu-tw

ATM fees in Taiwan

Most of ATMs in Taiwan don't have fees for international withdrawals, including Visa / Mastercard. However, some ATMs might make you pay a fee (usually NTD 100). So unless you're in a big hurry,...

Feb 28, 2018• by Clem

Vegan street food at Luang Prabang's Night Market

There is a small vegan food stand right in the middle of the Luang Prabang's Night Market alley. It is located on the left side of Wat Mai, when facing it from the Night Market. The sign says...

Feb 27, 2018• by tommy7

Visiting Muscat without a car

A big part of Oman economy relies on oil. It makes gas very cheap and that's why the main means of transportation in Oman is the car, making the country designed for cars. Visiting Muscat without...

Feb 17, 2018• by Clem

Maybe you don't need a universal travel adapter

Most accommodations (hotels, hostels, guesthouses, airbnbs...) already have plug adapters so perhaps you don't need to buy one. Worst case scenario, there is none and you can buy one in a nearby...

Feb 16, 2018• by Clem

Cheap transportation in France

Ouigo (train) Ouigo is a low-cost train service offering tickets departing from non-major train stations. Official website here. Blablacar (car sharing) Blablacar.fr allows users to find car...

Jan 30, 2018• by Clem

Exchanging money without getting ripped-off

A Currency Exchange, or "CE" is a business that makes a living by buying and selling currencies with a margin. It is a paying service exactly like any other. Some CE offer fair rates while others...

Jan 3, 2018• by Clem

Udaipur City Palace gardens for INR30

For foreigners, Udaipur City Palace entry fee is INR300. However there is an option that is not advertised at the ticket counter: the garden ticket. It costs only INR30 and it allows you to visit...

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