This month seemed a little slow on interesting travel posts that caught my eye, but I did come across several useful money-related articles – like how to save money to travel – that could help any twenty-something traveler.
How I Make Money While Traveling – Twenty-Something Travel – A common question for anyone who travels a lot or lives abroad, Stephanie lays all her cards out on the table.
Is Australia a Value Destination? – Adventurous Kate – Living in Thailand I meet many people who travel to Australia before or after their Southeast Asia trip, and several cash in on the country’s working holiday visa for those under 30 years old. This post gives a good breakdown of expenses, how to cuts costs, and if it’s actually worth it or not.
How to Save Money to Travel the World – This Battered Suitcase – Still using money as an excuse to not travel? Here’s what you need to do.
The Cheaplympics – Alex in Wanderland – Don’t become a contender in the Cheaplympics!
5 Boutique Bangkok Hotels – Paper Planes – Every time I’ve been backpacking I’ve been on a tight budget trying to stretch my cash to last as long as possible. Sometimes though, you need to splurge, especially when that money goes a lot further than it would at home. While the boutique hotels listed in the post are more than what you spend on a basic room or hostel in Bangkok, they all provide a great value for money in an unique atmosphere.
The Evolution of a Traveler: My Journey to Self-Discovery (Again) – Young Adventuress – A lot of travel bloggers praise long-term travel and encourage others to do the same. It’s not for everyone though…even travel bloggers.
10 Great Places to Eat for a Cause in South East Asia! – South East Asia Backpacker – S.E. Asia is a go-to spot for budget travel and backpackers. These restaurants and cafes are affordable, fun and help support worthy local causes – win, win, win!
What did you enjoy reading in November?