Renting an apartment is a great way to balance the privacy of a hotel with the cost of a hostel. You get immersed in a local environment and have access to a host who can answer all your questions. If you’re on the fence about using the sharing economy, give this article a read.
The internet has radically changed the way we travel. One of the most beneficial developments from that is the sharing economy. By taking advantage of these new services, any traveler can save money and deepen their experience with convenience and ease.
Not all hostels are made equally. After having stayed in hundreds of hostels over the years, I’ve come to understand the difference between a good hostel and a great one. Most importantly, I know how to avoid those hostels which probably should be avoided. Follow these guidelines to find the best hostels and get the most out of your stay!
Accommodation is a big expense when traveling – probably the biggest! Want to lower your accommodation costs when you travel? Try housesitting! Dalene and Pete are expert housesitters and share their trips and tricks to help you secure free accommodation all around the world.
When it comes to finding accommodation abroad, most people assume hotels are the only options. Backpackers, of course, usually opt for hostels. But there are other options available. Find out what they are before your next trip – you might just be surprised!
Wondering how to live and eat for free abroad? Enter WWOOFing. WWOOFing lets you find farms all around the world that need a helping hand. In exchange for your work, you get free room and board, letting you keep your costs down as you soak up a new country!