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.
One of the things that keeps people from traveling is money. They either don’t have enough, don’t think they can save enough, or fret about coming home with not enough. The truth is, however, money isn’t the largest obstacle.
When you travel abroad, banking overseas involves knowing three things: how to avoid paying bank fees, how to eliminate foreign transaction charges, and how to get a good exchange rate. Let me show you how to save your money, so you can spend it on what matters: having a great trip!
When it comes to backpacking, Africa has a bad reputation. Stereotypes have led people to view the continent as unsafe and difficult to navigate – which is hardly the case. While Africa may be rough around the edges, Helen proves that it is easily manageable for the intrepid traveler!
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!
Travel and volunteering go hand in hand. Unfortunately, volunteering abroad can be tricky – finding reputable and ethical organizations, wading through the number of options…it’s tough! That’s why I sat down with Shannon to discuss just how to volunteer abroad.