Being a European in Africa, or Chinese in Mexico doesn’t automatically make you a tourist. With growing expat communities and international job opportunities all over the world, tourist destinations have a more multi-cultural presence than ever before. What does this mean for travelers? Your chances of looking like a local are better! Read more
Cabo San Lucas is a great destination in Mexico but being such a big stop for tourists, it can be more expensive than being at home. Here’s how we managed to eat and sleep for cheap without making any sacrifices.
While traveling through Europe I neglected clipping my beard and getting a haircut because I didn’t want to spend the $25 just to get my head shaved. A month into our trip, we had a gap in our itinerary and decided to do something spontaneous: we booked a cheap flight to Marrakech, Morocco. That’s when I knew I would definitely be getting a cheap haircut in Marrakech.
I have always both enjoyed and encouraged solo travel. The thrill of navigating everything from an airport to an entire city on my own feels as natural as it does exciting. It wasn’t until this year that I started traveling with my boyfriend. Wes and I went on our first big trip(s) together and now the solo traveler in me had to make room for one more. Read more
You might think that ‘budget travel’ automatically means you won’t be eating at fancy restaurants, sleeping in 5 star hotels or enjoying any luxurious, worldly experiences that often come with a hefty price tag. And for the most part, this is true. But would you believe that you can enjoy a world class opera in Vienna for the same price as your morning bagel and coffee?