Ardun is one of our inspirations to go further, regardless of the circumstances. He took us for an amazing adventure through Canada and the US, while we were reading his book on the buses in China.
Category: Budget travel
Eytan is sharing his experience in Taiwan as an English teacher. Read his story about hilarious Taiwanese students, his epic travel adventures and funny facts about Taiwan!
While Santa Fe can be pricey, you can do it on a budget. And great news for you, Santa Fe has a lot of free stuff to keep you busy. Here are a few suggestions from Billie and Steve of Santafetravelers.
In today’s post, Nicole, who makes up half the duo at Suitcase Stories, is sharing her housesitting experience proving that this a great way of traveling the world on the cheap in style!
Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive as Tokyo has some hidden, cheap things to do. Avoid the “brand name” tourist traps in Tokyo, and it is feasible to spend under $25 a day (excluding hotel rooms).Read more of Grace’s tips on how to enjoy Tokyo on the cheap.
Lonely Planet books are frequently updated, written in an inspiring – often humorous – way, and provide information without bias. They are simply great, BUT … is Lonely Planet killing blogs?
Everybody knows that travel in Japan isn’t cheap, in fact it’s the most expensive country in the world. Today Franca and Dave of AngloItalianFollowUs are sharing their budget travel tips on traveling in Hiroshima: where to eat, where to go and where to sleep on the cheap.
A trip to Antarctica is the best thing you could ever do travel wise. Here are 10 stone wall reasons to visit it.
Sharing some of our tips for traveling in Guilin on the cheap (less than $25 per day) … while still having a great time!
Backpacking tips for living and traveling on Koh Phangan Island in Thailand for less than $25 per day!
How Macau has surprised us on the first days – from enormous skyscrapers with fancy designs, through shop opening times and empty churches, to narrow streets and valleys.
Not sure if Taiwan is worth your time or tight budget? Here are a few reasons to reconsider Taiwan on your next backpacking adventure.