When going on an overseas or interstate vacation, the bulk of your money would usually be allocated to lodging. But did you know that with the right hacks, you can actually save a significant amount? Having said that, do also bear in mind that a cheaper rate also means the need to compromise certain traits. For instance, do not expect to stay in a 5-star hotel for free.
Some of us do not mind staying at a simple place so we can better spend our money for entertainment, food and other experiences that we otherwise do not get to see in our country.
For budget travellers who are thinking of ways to cut down on accommodation costs, we came up with a guide to help you score cheaper accommodation for your next holiday. You are very welcome!
2013 was another great year. As compared to our wanderlust adventures in 2012, we visited less cities last year. Instead, we chose to stay longer at each place to learn more about the culture, food, and lifestyle of the locals. Here is a recap of our travel adventures in 2013.
From New York, to Rome, Tokyo, Sydney, Hong Kong, Milan, Prague, and Venice; I went on 27 trips all over the world in the past 365 days. It has been a great year and I am extremely lucky on the travel end.
How about a recap of the places that I’ve been to in 2012?
Words by Anlin Melina, photos by ladyironchef.
Henry Rollins famously wrote that he begs young people to travel to “have your mind blown, eat interesting food, dig some interesting people, (and) have an adventure.” I couldn’t agree more with him. However, travelling seems to be a luxurious and expensive thing to do for some people. Really? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are 5 tips on budget travelling – let us show you how to get the best deals and save the dollar notes on your travel.