How to Travel on a Budget
Sandra Saturday, October 22, 2016
'Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer' is a sentence I couldn't agree more with. All my favourite memories and life lessons go back to the places I've visited. Being on the road, exploring new places, experiencing different cultures and taking incredible photos along the way is my favourite thing in the world. Always has been, always will be. In my dictionary, traveling is the definition of pure bliss, and I think every single one of us should be doing it as often as we can.
These days, we're lucky enough to be able to travel for ridiculously cheap, and I can't see why we wouldn't be taking advantage of that. I know, I know. Even cheap can sometimes be too expensive. I understand. Been there, done that. Well, I'm still there to be honest. But, even so, I managed to see not one but two new places this year - Stockholm and Berlin. It can be done, trust me. Would you believe my return plane ticket to Berlin cost me no more than 20 euros and the whole week-long trip cost me less than a week of my normal day-to-day life in London? Well, you'll just have to because it's TRUE.
Like I said, traveling on a budget really is possible, and today, I'll tell you everything you need to know to score the best deals on transport, accommodation, admission fees and even food. You can thank me later, by sending me a postcard from your next cheap travel adventure or signing up to Airbnb using this link, so that both of us can travel for even cheaper! You're welcome. Again.