Backpacking or low-budget traveling is becoming a lifestyle for Millennials. With the rise of low-cost airlines and the emergence of inexpensive and sometimes practically free accommodation, traveling has never been more accessible. Continue reading “12 Money-saving tips for Millennial travelers”
I was half way across my flight to Dubai en route to Iran, (from Manila) when I realized that I only have 60 USD in my wallet. I forgot to withdraw money before I boarded the plane!
You are having the time of your life traveling the unknown and enjoying every second of it. You don’t even mind getting lost in a place you are exploring. Continue reading “How to overcome post-travel blues”
We were having family lunch when my sister announced that she would take her final exam in Australia to become an airline pilot.
Day 1 Activities:
(Wear a conical hat, visit the reclining Buddha at the top of Tacu Mountain, ride a motorboat to Ke Ga lighthouse, walk along Fairy Stream, have a quick break at fishing port and Red Canyon, trek through White sand dunes, watch sunset at Red sand dunes) Continue reading “Vietnam: 2-Day Itinerary & Budget”