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HOW WILL TRAVELS THE WORLD ON $20 OR LESS PER DAY!

HOW WILL TRAVELS THE WORLD ON $20 OR LESS PER DAY!

Each month, we feature a reader on our community forum as a way to inspire others and remind potential travelers that people from all walks of life go out and explore their world! Today, I want to share the story of Will, a.k.a The Broke Backpacker, who likeTomislov, is traveling the world on an extreme budget of $20 a day. After ten years of travel, I like a little more comfort because of my insomnia, but I love reading stories like Will’s because it is always a good reminder that when you’re creative, you can save money without sacrificing adventure … Continued
8 Hotels That Will Make You Feel Like a Movie Star

8 Hotels That Will Make You Feel Like a Movie Star

  Here are eight hotels that are sure to make you feel like a movie star.   1. Sugar Beach A Viceroy Resort Boasting a prime position in St Lucia, this luxury resort is perfect for movie stars or anyone looking for a five star escape. If you’ve got an important role with some underwater scenes on the agenda, you can even make use of the full PADI dive facility. 2. Soho Grand Hotel Attracting the likes of Heidi Klum and Gwyneth Paltrow, the Soho Grand Hotel is dripping with Hollywood glamour. Feel like a movie star in the biggest movie set … Continued
Want to cruise like a pro? Check out some useful tips…..

Want to cruise like a pro? Check out some useful tips…..

16 Cruise Hacks & Tips That Everyone Should Know 1. Use the ship’s WIFI while in port – Some cruise ships will connect to terrestrial broadband while in port. This will give you increased internet speeds compared to when the ship is at sea and connecting to satellites 20,000 miles away.   2. Free WIFI in Port – Looking for a place to connect to free WIFI while in port? Just ask a crew member.  They know all of the free WIFI spots in each port. You may also notice a group of crew members outside of an establishment with tablets/phones out, it is a … Continued
Our Vault Of Secrets: Finding A Cheap Flight

Our Vault Of Secrets: Finding A Cheap Flight

Flying is the most expensive part of travel, but it doesn’t have to be. When we started in 2012 we started close to home and made tiny jumps that never cost more then a few hundred dollars, including a free flight from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 11 most valuable secrets and tricks I personally use when searching andbooking flights for my family. Trip n Love  1. Flexibility You need to be flexible on dates to get the best prices. While we were in Manila I was keeping my eye on the local airline, Tiger. One day it popped up with … Continued
Choose to be a responsible traveler. All you need to do is make conscious decisions.

Choose to be a responsible traveler. All you need to do is make conscious decisions.

Once they invited Mother Teresa to take part in a street protest against poverty and she refused it kindly. The reason? She explained she would never fight AGAINST something, but rather always FOR something.You might ask, how does that relate to ecotourism and responsible travel? Well, when we’re on the road, most of us tend to be aware of what we don’t like rather than having a clear idea of what we actually stand for. Sometimes we don’t like the way locals treat tourists, but we don’t know how we shouldrespect the other cultures ourselves. We feel upset when watching … Continued
HOW TO QUIT YOUR JOB & TRAVEL THE WORLD

HOW TO QUIT YOUR JOB & TRAVEL THE WORLD

It will have been 2 years this April that Dan and I said goodbye to England and set off for our adventures around the world. I think most people assumed we were secretly rich or smart with our money but the truth is, we were broke as shit. It’s one of the reasons we left England. The day you both skip lunch because you can’t afford lunch AND dinner that day is one you want to make sure never happens again. Maybe things aren’t quite so bad for you. But things COULD be better. Here’s 5 jobs that you can … Continued
Our Ultimate South America Travel Bucket List

Our Ultimate South America Travel Bucket List

Today, we’re taking a deeper dive into South America, to spotlight 16 destinations and experiences we’d love to visit. Spend a Night in the Museum at Casapueblo A hotel in Punta Ballena, Uruguay, Casapueblo was originally built as a summerhouse and workshop by Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró over the course of a whopping 36 years. It has since been converted into a museum, art gallery, café, and hotel. Located on the southern tip of Uruguay, east of Montevideo, it has stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Rio de la Plata. Herd Llamas in Peru 2 / 18 Photo:BuruBuru … Continued
Why Hostels Aren’t Just For Students and Backpackers

Why Hostels Aren’t Just For Students and Backpackers

When going on vacation, the cost of accommodation while you are away is one of the biggest drains on your budget. It would seem that no matter where you go in the world, hotels are always expensive places to stay – leaving you less money for enjoying yourself and having fun. Yet most of us cling to the concept of hotels as clean, enjoyable places to stay – and book ourselves in despite the cost. On the flip side, the word ‘hostel’ is one that triggers terrifying images – and not just because of the horror film of the same … Continued
Be Spontaneous With A Surprise Holiday

Be Spontaneous With A Surprise Holiday

The concept of a ‘surprise’ holiday may be unpleasant to some; after all, isn’t half the fun of a vacation looking forward to going there? Maybe it is, but if you hanker for something a little spontaneous and fun, then a surprise holiday might just work for you. The ‘surprise’ aspect of a surprise holiday does not come from a sudden decision to go on holiday, but rather where you go. You can still book the time off work, get a dog sitter in and get your documentation in order: just book a couple of weeks (or however long you … Continued