Budget travel will mean completely different things to all of us. Some of us might be full-time backpackers trying to spend as little as possible by staying in hostels, couch surfing or working in return for accommodation. Some of us might be looking to save a little on our weekend away by finding cheap flights and a good hotel deal. Some of us might be able to spend freely whilst on holiday, but still understand the value of hard-earned money and don’t want to waste it.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic many people are now discovering that their long-awaited holiday will not be going ahead. We are currently in uncharted territory with many countries under lockdown and rolling out nationwide travel bans. The next few months are incredibly uncertain as governments try to tackle this pandemic, but where does that leave those who have holidays booked?
If we’re in this for the long haul, then we all need to be responsible about our own personal finances.
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No matter which part of the world you travel to, it is always comforting to know that you can communicate with family members back home. Relying on only one form of commutation may prove to be disastrous, mainly because the means of communication may not work the same way in other countries.
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