How to Travel the World on $35 a Day: 100 Resources for Broke Globetrotters
Probably the best time for traveling the world is when you’re young. You’ve got little to no real responsibilities and you’re still spontaneous enough to try almost anything. The down side? You’re probably pretty broke. Pricey plane tickets, disadvantaged exchange rates, and museum passes can add up to a lot of cash very quickly. But don’t fret. Transportation: Finding discount plane and train tickets isn’t as hard as you might think. Airwise.com: Check out this Web site to find pricing and booking information for flights, car rentals, and cruises anywhere in the world. Lodging: You’ve already accepted the fact that your traveling budget is tight, alas no Ritz hotel in Paris for you. Hostels.com: Book a hostel anywhere in the world. Food and Drink: Part of the joy of traveling the world is exposing yourself (and your palate) to new flavors and traditions in the local cuisine. The Trailside Cookbook: This site has tons of tasty recipes for backpackers on a budget.
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