No one likes penny-pinching. But when the pay-off is travel it’s worth it. Here are a few money games to help make saving for travel a bit more fun.
Who doesn’t love a great deal! My question is: how hard are you willing to work for it? Travel hacking can offer extreme savings on travel but it is a lot of work. This post has 7 great tips for those who like to play the travel hacking game 3 go-to sites from a professional travel hacker’s […]
Not all travel planning is fun but it is all important. Here’s how one reader dealt with the issues of travel insurance, wills and repatriation of remains.
Meeting locals is wonderful but travel is expensive. Homestay helps you in both regards. You can save money and you can make money with Homestay.
Lost your credit card? What to do about it is no longer the simple “cancel it” answer. Here’s your decision path for a credit card gone missing.
Opportunities arise that simply demand that you break your travel budget. Here’s how to make travel money decisions and break your budget with impunity.
For some, cruising is the only way to travel. No packing and unpacking. Many ports of call. But it can be expensive. Here’s how to save on an ocean cruise.
Everyone loves a sale. No one wants to leave a coupon code box empty at check-out. Here are coupon codes for travel to help you save!
Are you watching the currency market? There’s a lot of change going on. Here are my top travel currency tips for coping.
Students and youth have many ways to save on travel. Don’t let money slip through your hands. Grab all those discounts and travel more.
Take your membership benefits on the road – the ones you have purchased to use at home might have great value when you’re traveling as well.
Looking for ways to fund your travel passion? Blogging is an option. Here ere are my top tips to help you start and grow a travel blog.
No finding SIM cards country-to-country, no going over your limit… Here are options and apps to easily use your phone anywhere in the world.
For those times when physical travel is out of the question, here are 9 cheap or free ways to embrace the spirit of travel.
Sometimes you just want to drive… and then fly home. But then what to do with the car? Here are some options for cheap one-way car rentals.
Travel companies are constantly packaging deals for us to consider. But are they the right deals? Sometimes pay-as-you-go travel is the better way to go.
Not enough money to go traveling? Cut your costs by earning money as you go. Here are 12 ways to make money as you travel.
These travel essentials make travel easier and safer. In my opinion they are not optional but necessary. Fortunately, they are also cheap, free or better than free!
I’m frequently asked: Do I need travel insurance? My answer is yes. But I also offer you the thoughts of 6 bloggers from 6 different countries.
No credit cards? No problem. Here’s how to travel without a credit card and, bonus, it will help you stay within your budget.