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Backpacking in London is one of the best ways to save money in this town. But you don’t have to be a backpacker to take advantage of the great features and amenities of hostels. Party-goers of all types, plus couples, groups, and even families can find a cheap place to stay at one of London’s many hostels.
Rome has thousands of years worth of history, amazing sights and attractions, and awesome bars and clubs. But you don’t have thousands to spend on accommodation. So how do we do Rome on a budget? The answer is easy: hostels.
Amsterdam is one of the most expensive destinations in Europe. Despite this, you need to see it, because it’s an amazing city. But you’re on a budget, and you need a place to sleep. So how do we make this work? With hostels, of course!
HostelWorld is currently having a competition to win not just one, but three amazing adventures. All you have to do in order to enter this competition is book a hostel on their website by the end of September.
Flights may have dropped in price, hostels are still relatively cheap, food is a bit more manageable but long trips abroad can still work out to be expensive when you start adding things up. Here are a few ideas to consider which might help you keep your costs down as much as possible.
Vacationing to any foreign country can become an expensive venture in a short amount of time. The same holds true when vacationing in Japan. Besides the travel costs, there are a number of extra expenses that begin to add up as soon as you step foot in the country. From lodging to shopping, food costs to entry costs, the money you have set aside for your Japanese adventure can disappear quickly. But there are several things you can do to be a budget conscious traveler while still enjoying all that Japan has to offer.
Only a couple of weeks ago I returned from a backpacking trip that was like no other I have ever been on, exploring the Caribbean island of Cuba! Arriving in Cuba was like taking a time machine back to the 1950’s, which is probably why travelling there was such a different experience – and such an unforgettable one.
We arrived in China almost two weeks ago. The country has made a good impression so far. This is actually our second trip to China, our first being five years ago to the south (from Hong Kong to the Yunnan). After five years, this behemoth of a country is advancing in leaps and bounds. Economic growth can be witnessed everywhere. At the same time, ancient culture and personal experiences await around every corner.
After arriving in Beijing late in the evening, we found our hotel down one of Beijing’s many Hutong alleyways. These microcosms of Chinese culture, where locals live in close proximity to one another and share a tight-knit neighborhood, are slowly being torn apart and replaced with towering skyscrapers. Beijing as a whole is impressive. It’s huge and modern in some parts, but ancient and cultural in others. We visited Beihai park, where crowds perform Tai Chi in unison along the shore of an ancient lake with a modern skyline as a backdrop.