After 12 years of international travel, I finally took my first Eurail trip, that is to say I just traveled for two months in Europe on a Eurail pass. I am really grateful to have had this opportunity, because now I understand the beauty of the Eurail pass, when in the past I was hesitant to ever get one because of the seemingly high prices. I do believe there is a specific type of travel that is perfect for having a Eurail pass, and there is another type where the pass may indeed be more expensive than what a traveler (especially a budget traveler), needs to pay. I’m going to do my best to set this straight. Read more
BMT 62: Pack Light and Carry On for Males! Featuring Travis Sherry, Jason Moore, and Nathaniel Boyle
Join the party in this bonus episode today as Travis Sherry from Extra Pack of Peanuts podcast, Jason Moore from Zero to Travel podcast, and Nathaniel Boyle from The Travelers podcast (The Daily Travel Podcast), and I all sit down to ask each other travel questions. Although we were in three different countries during this recording, somehow we made it work! Listen in for questions like: Read more
I’ve been travelling to London regularly for the past ten years, and I’ve not only fallen in love with the city, but I’ve also discovered something new with every visit. London, the capital of England and a global city as diverse in its people as its food and neighbourhoods, is must for every traveller. As a budget traveller, I’m always looking to save money, which can be tough in the expensive city of London, but I’ve amassed some helpful, budget-friendly tips as well as recommendations for free attractions to offset the must-have, high ticket ones. Read more
Today we get down to business with Amanda Williams, solo female traveler extraordinaire, who has all the answers to the most asked questions about solo female travel, such as:
-Isn’t solo travel dangerous as a female?
-How do you keep your money/valuables safe?
-How do you deal with loneliness?
-What are the best destinations for solo travel? Read more
The first time I went to Vienna was only for a four-hour stop on a road trip through Eastern Europe, and I was completely unprepared and overwhelmed by its grandeur. Vienna seemed an intimidating city to figure out what to do and where to stay, so when we decided to go back and spend three days there recently, I had my work cut out for me.
I searched online for city guides but didn’t find anything helpful, so now that I have my own tips, I’ve put them together in a Vienna city guide to help you figure out what to do and where to stay on your next trip to beautiful Vienna. Read more
Rachel is a fearless solo traveler turned married expat living in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she’s about to have her first baby. I hit her up for her best advice about solo female travel, including how she got to where she is, both geographically and career-wise, as she is the co-founder of an online travel company for women. Read more