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London Calling

My husband (what?!) and I recently got married, and after what felt like an Indian Wedding, jam-packed with many different events and crazy family members, we decided to sneak off to London for a week to relax and unwind. A close friend of mine, who is a Londonite herself, laughed hysterically when I told her of our plans, and was …

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Amsterdam on a Budget

Amsterdam is one of my favourite places in the world. There is something magical about the place. The moment you step onto the street, the natural beauty is almost overwhelming. After I finished high school, I did a six-month backpacking trip around Europe. Of course, as an 18 year old, I had to be very careful with my hard earned …

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5 Must-Try Activities on Your Croatian Backpacking Tour

Looking for a fun and affordable backpacking option in Europe? Croatia could be the perfect fit! Check out 5 interesting & fun activities you can't miss.

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5 Ways to Cut the Costs While Travelling

Looking to save money on your next trip? So are we! Here are five ways to cut your costs while still enjoying the food, activities and parties.

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Seattle on a Budget

Seattle is an incredible place to travel alone, with a family or with a partner. There really is something for everyone in Seattle as it is an extremely diverse place. People think that Seattle is an expensive place to travel however there are many fun things to do that won’t leave you with a hole in your bank account! So …

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Thailand on a Budget

In less than 2 months I will be in Thailand for a much needed 2 week vacation (yay!) Thailand has always been on my bucket list, and being situated so close to Australia (relatively!) most people can’t understand how I’ve never made the trip. I have spent hours upon hours doing research for the trip to make sure we have …

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Are you Curious about Germany? We Are!

Recently, I wrote an article about the 25 year reunion of East and West Germany, a historical moment that was epitomized by the Berlin Wall coming down. My research about this monumental anniversary opened my eyes to the beauty of Germany – a beauty that I was unaware Germany had to offer. From stunning natural forests to villages, hikes, soothing …

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Affordable Alternative Treks to Machu Picchu

Having grown up in Bolivia, I came to love the gorgeous view of the mountains, thrilling treks that allowed me to experience the pure nature of the Andes, and hikes that led to unforgettable experiences. One of my biggest dreams is to one day reach Machu Picchu, one of the central spots in Incan history and one of the most famous locations in …

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Where to Eat in LA on a Budget

Love LA? Love eating out? Thought it’s not possible to go out and eat at restaurants whilst sticking to a budget? Think again! Whether you live in LA or are planning a holiday there, it would be worth your while to find out the best (and of course budget friendly) places to eat. To help our loyal followers save time, …

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Enjoy Affordable Tourism in Germany & Celebrate 25 Years of Reunification!

Germany is one of my favorite go-to destinations in the world. I just love to experience the landmarks, history, people and cuisine first hand. As someone who has been to many Western European countries, I also consider Germany to be one of the easiest on the pocket – you can enjoy the country and its tourist activities without breaking the …

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