We have been traveling around the world for the past 6 years with an average budget of 10US$ per day per person. We believe ourselves to be quite knowledgeable on the budget travel subject.
In 2019, we decided to create this blog to share with our readers these years of experience on the road. Our goal is to help you to empower you to go out of your comfort zone and to help you to travel in an alternative way.
We have been hitchhiking a combined total of more than 100.000 kilometers, before our kids were born. We are happy to share everything we know on this matter!
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Naadam : Travel Mongolia – The complete guide to enjoy independently (including the 6 most frequent questions asked!)
Naadam means “games” in Mongolian and is also the most important festival in Mongolia. For tourists, it’s a perfect opportunity to get more familiar with
Camping on the Great Wall of China will forever stay as one of the most incredible things we have ever done. As far as I
The Shaolin temple, or also known as the Shaolin Monastery, was one of the highlights of our trip in China. I’ve been hearing the almost
Despite Borneo being the third biggest island in the world, the train is not a common way of transportation. In fact, this island, the only
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Welcome to Hong Kong ! One of the most expensive places in the world but don’t worry, thanks to this guide you’re gonna be able
Japan is a fascinating country, where history co-exists with modernity. Blessed with a unique culture, Japan doesn’t leave anyone indifferent and never fails to amaze
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Iran is definitely not your average traveling destination. Most people might be even scared just after hearing the name, and so I was, growing up
Hitchhiking in Japan presents multiple advantages. First locals are very friendly and eager to help. Secondly, hitchhiking is a great way to meet locals, being
Since the 1st of July 2019, visiting the Russian city of Kaliningrad became much easier thanks to the introduction of a free e-visa. Since we
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China is a tantalizing countries with many grandiose attractions. However, every time I visit this country I always feel somehow disconnected. It was the first
Preparing a trip to the Yushan National Park can seem like a daunting task due to the lack of information in English. After writing our
Why being a Volunteer Abroad? I love to volunteer abroad! I can have a deeper understanding of another culture and cut costs on accommodation. Perfect
Planning on hiking the Great Wall of China? We wrote this article to explain everything you need about one of the most popular hikes, from
Traveling with a car has been quite a different experience compared to our previous trips. We quickly need to adapt to this new lifestyle and
Most people think that carrying a phone while traveling is absolutely vital. I’m here to prove you otherwise and show you, that in fact, it
Tired of going from one place to another without much contact with the local population? In Taiwan we found a great initiative where the aim
In this article I will explain how to go from Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia to Ulan-Ude in Russia the cheapest way possible by public transport. It
Public transportation in Ulan Bator is not that complicated to use, the only option is actually to take a bus. It is fairly accessible with
This complete guide will explain everything you need to know about getting from Beijing to Ulan Bator (sometimes spelled Ulaanbaatar, or UB to sound like
You like to take a ferry? Wanna know if traveling around the world is possible without any plane ? Yes, it is! If you like
In 2018 the mega bridge connecting China, Macau and Hong Kong finally opened after 9 years of construction. Named the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge or HZMB,
Thailand is quickly growing into one of the most touristic countries in the world. 38.28 millions tourists visited the “Land of Smiles” in 2018. It’s
Taiwan is a great place for cycling lovers. Many rest areas, friendly locals, cycling lanes and even some free campgrounds to pitch your tent and
A comprehensive guide on how to get to the Laguna Verde, inside the 4000-meter-high volcano Azufral in Colombia The “Laguna Verde” was surely one of