How did you afford to travel over 10 countries in 2 years, without earning money? Continuously traveling isn´t too hard anymore these days, as working remotely is bigger than ever. But how about traveling for a long time without working? How did I manage to travel for 2 years without earning money? Well, as so many people asked me how I was able to afford that, I decided to once and for all write it down for you. So here are my “secrets” on how I saved money while traveling
So you wanna work as a Volunteer? This is how to get there: In this Blogpost, I summarised some helpful tips on where to find a job, how to choose the right one and how to get it and which ones you better don´t take. Plus some questions you should ask yourself before you are taking an unpaid job.
Staying in a hostel is different to everything else. It is more intense than sharing a flat, because you are basically sharing not only the shower. You also share a room and therefore a lot of privacy. Being polite and showing respect is a good start to a happy hostel stay, but here are some general rules you should keep in mind, when it comes to staying in a hostel.
There are so many opportunities – and the options are getting more and more each day – of where to spend the nights while traveling. Hotels, private flats or houses via Airbnb or housesitting, camping, guesthouses, apartments and of course – hostels. This post however focuses on the hostels out there around the world and what speaks for and what against staying at a Hostel. In the end it is your own decision, but it is my opinion to at least give everything a try 🙂
It´s not that I have stayed in Hostels my whole (travel) life but at least during my last travels I did and I have to admit, that these have been my best so far, weather it was in Portugal, New York or Sri Lanka. For all of you who never stayed in a Hostel you will find a general information of what a Hostel is, where to find them, how to book them, what to bring with you and much more here.
6 important steps to easily save money for jour next adventure!
About one week ago I already told you whats in my backpack for 3 weeks of traveling and surfing in Sri Lanka. This time I am focusing on whats in my washing bag! Here you go: