Tag Archives: Budget

Budget Travel: Will the Isle of Skye Cost $15 or $50 Per Day?

Neist Point

Getting to the Isle of Skye on a budget can be quite a challenge. Not only is the UK expensive in its own right, the Isle of Skye is one of the top tourist destinations in the UK. In fact, nearly 70% of the total revenue of the island is made of tourism. However, if you’re willing to rough it …

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How to Travel to Koh Chang on a Budget

Hat Sai Noi Beach (Koh Chang on a Budget)

If you’re looking for a beautiful island to visit in Thailand, but need something that won’t break the bank, I’d have to recommend Koh Chang. Here’s a guide for exploring Koh Chang on a budget. Think $150 for a week! Accommodations Book a hostel on the island using Agoda. Several hostels are around 300 baht a night. Keep track of …

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Budget Travel: A Guide to Visit Kotor, Montenegro on a Budget

Old Town and Fortress - Visit Kotor

If you haven’t decided to visit Kotor in your trip to Europe, it’s time to change your travel plans. This quaint town should absolutely be part of your itinerary. It might seem redundant to write a budget travel guide to the Balkans, which are the cheapest part of Europe. However, many of the cities in Montenegro are tourist traps, and …

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Day 365: What A Year of Travel Looks Like – By the Numbers

Fisherman's Bastion in Budapest, Hungary

Today is my one year anniversary for traveling internationally. When I look back at how far I’ve come in 365 days, it’s a little humbling. Here’s a breakdown of the numbers this year. 35 Countries Europe (28) Serbia Slovakia Spain Sweden Turkey United Kingdom Vatican City   Asia (5) Cambodia China Hong Kong Malaysia Thailand North America (2) Canada United …

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Experience Something Different in Tirana, Albania

Selfie on Pyramid #1.JPG

Once again, Albania was a country I hardly knew anything about before I visited. The three weeks I was in Tirana were wonderful, and I can’t wait to get back someday. The three weeks in Tirana were spent working in my first hostel, Hostel Propaganda, which you can read about here. My time in the hostel was not all work, and much of the …

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