It’s kind of funny. Whenever people find out I’m preparing for another trip, they either look at me with a look of envy, disgust or surprise. When words finally do come out, I get questions or comments like: “How the hell do you travel so often?” “Don’t you work?” “Did you win the lottery?” “Your parents must be rich.” It’s […]
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In an attempt to feed my insatiable need to travel, and also because I wanted to give my wife a present for our seven year anniversary, I opened the SkyScanner app a few weeks ago and searched for the cheapest flights to a new (and random) destination. For £38 (about €45) I could get a […]
One of the biggest concerns people have about travelling is money, and understandably so! Whether you’re going with a wallet full of cash or winging it with just 100 bucks in your pocket, the costs of food, transport and especially accommodation quickly rack up. VagaBrothers are one of my favourite travel YouTubers and they teamed up with RayaWasHere to […]
Arriving at the Generator Hostel in Copenhagen, I was both excited and nervous. Excited because of the prospect of taking on a new adventure, and nervous because I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first hostel experience. Luckily, the 8 bed dorm room I was staying was lovely and I felt comfortable as soon […]
26th of April 2016. That’s the date Copenhagen took my hostel-staying virginity. Maybe like you, I’ve always had reservations about hostels. The whole concept of sharing a room with strangers made me uneasy, and paying the extra money to stay in a private hotel room has always made more sense for the sake of comfort […]
Last week I was starting to get that annoying travel itch again. The last time I traveled this year was a week in Lisbon back in February, and I missed the feeling of walking around, aimlessly exploring a new city. So in a random impulsive moment, I picked up my iPhone, opened Skyscanner and searched for flights to “everywhere” […]