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It’s hard to imagine visiting Paris on a budget; after all it’s the world’s capital of romance, opulence and luxury. However, it can be done. You don’t have to forgo excellent meals, sightseeing or even a comfortable hotel while on a shoestring, either. Here’s how: Accommodation Hotels in Paris don’t have to cost a fortune.…

London on a sunny day.

Although London is one of the most fascinating and captivating cities in the world, it also happens to be one of the most expensive. If you add up the cost of accommodation, activities and entertainment, the potential outlay can be quite frightening. However, exploring the capital of England doesn’t have to be an extortionate and…

I’ve traveled a good amount over the past few years, with the majority of trips to off-the-beaten path places (who the hell goes to Bulgaria?). While I’ve still managed to hit some of the heavy hitters like London and Rome, I had yet to visit the baguette eating, beret wearing capital of France. The reason I never…

Digital Nomads

The location independent landscape that we know is significantly developing as more and more individuals trade in their office jobs each year for remote working opportunities in pursuit of the digital nomad dream or just more time for themselves.  Entrepreneurs and tech-savvy freelancers are popping up all over the globe with significant nomad communities now…

Have you ever been to a new city and instantly felt some sort of indescribable connection? Walked down a quaint street as you saw apartments with signs for rent and began to imagine yourself chilling on the stoop having a cold one with your awesome neighbors? Caught a smile from the opposite sex (or same) and thought, wow,…

One thing I like to do just for fun (like scouring Google Maps) is fantasizing about actually living abroad somewhere rather than just visiting for a few days, weeks, etc. This involves looking up the costs of renting furnished apartments, utilities, milk and of course, beer! I’m sure I’m not the only one doing the…

Outdoor activities in Jamaica

An island nation situation in the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica is both the largest English-speaking language, but also the third largest island in the Caribbean. The weather is almost always perfect, but the friendly welcome you receive from the locals make visiting this island destination paradisiacal. Here are 5 must see destinations, if planning a Caribbean…

Mountains in Vietnam

After just getting back from two months in South East Asia, I have already been thinking about my next jaunt there as I felt like I just scraped the surface. One country I didn’t get a chance to enjoy was Vietnam, so when Lela Lake offered to write a guest post about why it’s a…

The Eiffel tower illuminated and seen from below

The Photo of the Week is complements of Guillaume Le Roux of Le Vrai Paris Tours. Paris is one of those cities that holds the hearts of almost all who get the opportunity to visit it.  After spending my last week in the capital of Panama (Panama City), where you could see everything in more…

Netbook, Camera, Tripod and Headphones

I’d imagine that most people reading this blog have traveled and/or backpacked on a tight budget at some point in their life, maybe on a semester abroad, extended vacation, great escape, etc.  The reason most of us can travel is because we do so intelligently, with research and finances in mind.  In my view, spending…

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