Are you interested in traveling The Adirondacks? Do you even know what The Adirondacks are? I mean, other than those chairs? I had vague visions about lakes somewhere on the east coast … but that’s about all I knew. So I brought in a local to share all her best Adirondack travel tips with you! If you live in Boston, New York, or Montreal and you’re looking for a weekend getaway – this is for you!
Is it possible to travel cheap in Montreal? Can you get that almost-in-Europe-without-going-to-Europe feeling without dropping a ton of coin? For sure, dude! And if you’re American, the exchange rate is verrrrry much in your favor.
Today, Montréalais Mariko tells us where to find $3 sandwiches, free museums, and $30-a-night apartment rentals!
Did you know that Nicaragua is the safest country in Central America? And that it’s one of the cheapest travel options in Latin America? On Airbnb, entire homes are renting for $35 USD right now! In the capital city! WHAT. YES. LET’S ALL GO THERE RIGHT NOW.
Today, expat Celine is giving us all the travel tips for Nicaragua – what to do, where to go, what to eat, and how to avoid cultural blunders!(more…)
Is it possible to travel cheap in San Francisco? Welp, it’s almost impossible to live cheap in San Francisco (one bedroom apartments rent for $3,000+) so that’s a very good question. I don’t have the answer, so I brought in a local! Read on for Jaime’s tips on cheap travel in San Francisco – where to stay, what to do, and what to eat!
Sure, it costs a bit to fly to Cape Town, South Africa but once you get there? The exchange rate is ever in your favor. Today, South African Sarah tells us about boutique hostels for $15 a night, breakfast for $1.25 (!!!) and wine tasting for $2 per winery. I have never been so tempted! (more…)
Ahhh, who doesn’t daydream of laying on a tropical beach? You’ve got a cocktail in hand, hot guy in tow, a cool ocean breeze, and cerulean ocean waters as far as the eye can see? Of course, when we picture this we dream of far off places in the south Pacific. Less often imagined, however, is the stunning island nation of the Bahamas just 100 miles off the coast of Florida.
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