This is the eternal question every traveler to Europe faces. Whether you are going for two weeks or two months, everyone wonders if they will save money by buying a rail pass or if it’s cheaper to buy tickets as they go? In this post, I dive into the details to find out the best option for the budget traveler!
Wondering what gear, gadgets, and companies you can use to make your next trip run smoothly? These days, there are a ton of new travel apps, search sites, and resources to help plan your trip. Many of they are helpful, but a few are a waste of time. Let him help you cut through the excess to find the best travel companies out there!
Wondering what to take on the road when it comes to electronics? You’re not the only one. Long gone are the days where a cassette player and film camera were the height of travel gadgetry. Chances are you will be taking some electronics with you on your next trip. Find out which ones are worth your time and what should just be left at home.
Over the years, what I carry in my bag has changed a lot. Most of that change has to do with the fact that I now carry a lot of gear related to blogging, but it also reflects the fact that I’ve learned a lot about packing since I first hit the road in 2006. And trust me, there is a lot to learn!
For years, I’ve been hearing about the tour company Busabout. They offer hop-on, hop–off-again bus tours throughout Europe, similar to the Kiwi and Oz Experience. Basically, they have set routes through Europe and along that route, you can leave the bus and rejoin when you want. I’ve never used them before as I’ve always just […]
Rail passes are all about math. Nothing else matters about them except their ability to save you money. If they can’t do that, they are worthless, so I make sure to track all the numbers. Is the pass worthwhile? Let me explain…