Everyone always assumes that if you have children you can no longer travel. In this guest post, Cameron Wears from Traveling Canucks proves the naysayers wrong! While it won’t always be easy, Cameron is here to show that family travel is a challenging and rewarding endeavour worth the effort!
My belief is that budget travel tips are universal, because when we all touch down in a new country we all deal with the same costs. We may end up staying in different places and eating in different restaurants, but the methods we use for saving money will generally be universal. Let me explain…
Backpacking isn’t just for the young! Don and Alison, both seniors and young at heart, sold their home to travel the world full-time, enjoying their retirement to the fullest. Find out how they do it – and how anyone can do it – with a little bit of drive and a willingness to take a chance on a better life!
Jeff sold his home to travel the world when he was in his 50’s. He’s here to prove that any couple willing to take the plunge and live life to the fullest can make their travel dreams a reality. You don’t need to be young to travel – just young at heart!
One of the best ways to lower your cost of living is to move abroad. Budget travel expert Tim Leffel moved his family to Mexico where they live for a fraction of the cost of their life in America. Looking for a change of scenery for your family? Tim shares his expert tips and insights in this family travel interview.
All too often, hostels fall victim to a few common stereotypes. Hostels are considered to be dirty, loud, and uncomfortable. Fortunately, most hostels are actually very clean, organized, and full of wonderful people. Best of all, you’ll find people of all ages in them! If you are a traveling baby boomer be sure to give hostels a chance – your wallet will thank you!