For many, food a never-ending source of wonder. When it comes to eating abroad, however, are some valid concerns. How do you eat safely, without getting sick? What do you need to pack before you go that helps you on your tasty travels? And what do you need to know to build out an itinerary based around food? In this interview, Jodi explains just how to be a foodie abroad.
Even with the falling euro, traveling around Europe can still be fairly expensive. However, weaker currencies, the rise of the sharing economy, new bus options, and lots of new budget airlines make getting around Europe quite affordable. Here are 7 ways to criss-cross the continent without breaking the budget.
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…
Food is such an integral part of so many cultures that to skip out on meals when you travel is to miss a huge part of traveling. I’m always disappointed when I meet travelers who cook all their meals in a hostel kitchen. It is possible to eat out on a budget, and I’ll show you how!
But many travelers have a valid concern when it comes to food — eating out all the time is expensive. Imagine if you ate out every day — your food budget would be astronomical!
If you’re stuck in the monotony of routine (whether you’ve been on the road too long or you’ve been in one place too long), a great way to spice up your life (and enrich it, too) is to volunteer internationally. Here are 9 ways you can get started.
I get a lot of questions about European train travel and the value of European rail passes. I’d heard mixed reviews about them from other travelers so I decided this trip it was finally time to answer the most important question – “will buying this pass save me money?”