Finding discount plane and train tickets
isn’t as hard as you might think. With these helpful tools you won’t have to go
searching all over town to find the best deals on transportation – they’ll find
them for you.
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. Use this list to find the cheapest ways to keep your tummy full, your
tastebuds happy, and your wallet stuffed.
There’s only so much planning you can do on your
own. Take along one or two of these trusty guidebooks and let the pros tell you
where to go without getting ripped off.
Why pay a travel agent when these vacation
planning tools and resources are free?
Use this list to find inexpensive luggage and to
pack the things you’ll need most.
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. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to help you
realize your dreams of traveling the world, experiencing new things and lounging
around Mediterranean beaches all while managing to elude your real world
obligations for just a little bit longer.
You’ve already accepted the fact that your
traveling budget is tight, alas no Ritz hotel in Paris for you. That doesn’t
mean, however, that you have to sleep on a mattress infested with creepy
crawlers. Here are some ideas that will keep you warm, dry, and comfortable…and
all for a reasonable price. You don’t really want to spend the bulk of your $35
while you sleep, do you?
Before you jump on the plane, take a look at these
blogs for travel advice, destination recommendations, and more from
Share ideas, read reviews, and meet up
with other travelers by logging into these social and travel networking
Phone and E-mail Use
If you’re going to be away from the
country for even a few days, you’re going to want to get to a computer to assure
friends and family you’ve arrived safely; to check on the status of flights and
trains; and to check on your bank account. Cell phone use may not seem as
important to you, but if you’re going to live on another continent for a
semester abroad or to work, you’ll want the best deals on staying connected
locally, as well as globally.
From safety to health to one-stop travel
resources, you’ll find it here!