When deciding to travel long-term, knowing what to pack can be a nightmare! Luckily for us, packing cubes have been invented. I’m sure you’ve already read about them, so today, I’d like to show you the advantage of using a packing cube to consolidate your bag!
While traveling through South East Asia, I’d always heard that Myanmar was amazing but expensive. Now I haven’t always been the best budget traveler, but overall Myanmar ended up being one of the most budget friendly countries I have ever visited. This is how I traveled Myanmar on a budget of roughly $25 a day, and still treated myself to western food, cigarettes, beer, and gifts along the way! Read more “Travel Myanmar on a Budget of $25 a day!”
India is an intense and vibrant country. There is a learning curve to traveling it, and negotiating rickshaws will become an everyday task. Here I have listed 6 tips for negotiating a rickshaw in India. Read more “6 Quick Tips for Negotiating a Rickshaw in India”
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After taking the position of window sales representative, I was immediately thrown into training. I started at the same time as another young guy named Mike. We were considerably younger than the rest of the sales reps, so we thought we’d stick together since we were the “young guys”. Product training happened quickly. We started on a Tuesday and were finished by Thursday, and apparently ready for our first appointment.
I was a measly 2 weeks into my first trip when I had made my first entirely avoidable mistake. I had just broken free from the bookings I had made before I’d even left for Europe. After an early morning departure from London, I arrived in the small town of Bruges.
If you’ve never heard of Bruges, it’s a small town in Belgium full of tourists, “Belgian” fries, and the airiest waffles your mouth will ever taste. It was also home to my first experience of mussels and Belgian beer. Read more “Best Belgian Beer in Bruges they said…”
Traveling through Vietnam via motorbike was one of the most exciting adventures I’ve ever had. From Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi, we had complete control of where we went and when. A freedom not found sitting on a bus or train. The bikes broke down, we got lost, acquired new scrapes and bruises, but in the end were rewarded with an unforgettable experience and memories that will last a lifetime.
Planning a trip can be a very daunting task! After all, there are entire careers built around planning other people’s trips. With the rise of the internet came a new wave of self planning, but swimming in a sea of destination information can be extremely overwhelming. You’ll have people left, right, and center telling you where you “have to” go, and telling you about long lost relatives that you can stay with. Sometimes, the preparation of a trip can put you off of the whole idea entirely! This is most likely because you are trying to plan too much. Read more “The Art of Planning”
Saving money for your dream trip sounds hard, but it doesn’t have to be! No matter what income level you are at, here are 8 tricks that I use everyday to save for my next adventure (or move). Read more “8 Tips for Saving Money Before You Travel”