How much does a life of constant travel cost? It’s a fair question, as it’s a relatively curious and out of the box thing I’ve been doing over the past 18 months. If you’ve been following along with my ‘cost of travel’ posts over the last year and a half, you’ll know that I keep a pretty dang detailed record of how much I spend whilst traveling. Each month, I Continue reading What Does 365 Days of Travel Cost? Less Than $50/day.
I’m obviously a bit late in getting this ‘cost of travel’ budget roundup out, and I apologize! Things were a bit busy in the travel world during both those months, but now that I’m finally settled in once place for a while, I’m playing a bit of catch up. Look out for a post on the cost of 365 days of travel pretty soon! In the meantime, here’s what the cost Continue reading The Cost of Travel – December 2015/January 2016 Roundup
While the month of October was a pretty expensive month of living in London (which is a bit more indicative of the cost of travel in Western Europe anyway), the month of November was unbelievably cheap thanks to the wonders of housesitting, relatives, and moving on from the pound to the euro. ENGLAND (London) The first 13 days of November found me housesitting in a very lovely Borough of London Continue reading The Cost of Travel – November 2015 roundup
It has been quite some time since my last travel budget roundup! But now that I’ve been traveling for the better part of a month and a half, and a new month is officially upon us, I thought it was time to share it once again. This travel budget won’t encompass all of September, just from the 23rd of the month, which is when I arrived in London. I didn’t Continue reading The cost of travel – September/October 2015 budget roundup
After spending a week and a half house sitting near the South Downs, my wonderful hosts offered to drive me down to Brighton, a lovely little city on the south coast of England. While Brighton is quite the popular tourist area during the peak summer months, it was a bit more subdued in October (though there were still plenty of people about). I was only there for 2 nights, but Continue reading 5 Fun Free Things To Do In Brighton, England
When you travel long term like I have for the past year, and you don’t have any source of income, you need to get creative on how to save money. The most expensive part of traveling is definitely accommodation. I stay in hostels for the most part, which definitely helps, but in places like London, or really just Western Europe in general, housing is still expensive. A spot in an 12-18 Continue reading How to Save Money on Accommodation by House Sitting
OUCH. That’s really the only way to describe the month of April’s travel budget. Fun and incredible adventures? Priceless. In reality? Not at all priceless. In fact quite a hefty price tag. Taking a look at the final cost of my travels had me being like: But was it worth it? Absolutely. Would I spend all that money again in a heartbeat? Hell yes. There were so many incredible things Continue reading The cost of travel – April 2015 budget roundup