95 euros in 3 weeks in Finland

I understand tight budget trip is not a really popular among most people, that you have to count exactly how much you spend everyday and be careful not to drink too many beers as it could out budget your trip. However, I just want to show everyone that it is possible to do it and… Read More 95 euros in 3 weeks in Finland

10 tips to do a budget travel – Part Two (Airfare, Food and Work)

It is almost 3 months since I wrote Part One about budget travel tips, don’t miss that: https://travelbywind.wordpress.com/2014/01/01/10-tips-to-do-a-budget-travel-part-one-lodging-and-transport/ If you have followed my blog, you know these 3 months I have done some incredible trips: cycling and camping in New Zealand, sleeping in the streets in Sydney, and now I am volunteering in Thailand. I… Read More 10 tips to do a budget travel – Part Two (Airfare, Food and Work)

2 ways to travel around the world – backpacking or cycling?

Whenever I see somebody riding on a bike on the street, it just stimulates my biking sense to start a big trip again. Switching from a cycling traveler back to a backpacker, what I can feel is a lot of limitation… Here I sum up the comparison between backpacking and cycling: Backpacking or cycling? Backpacking… Read More 2 ways to travel around the world – backpacking or cycling?

10 tips to do a budget travel – Part One (Lodging and Transport)

Can you imagine you only spend 1,000 dollars in a year? That’s what I did in the whole 2012, which included airfares, lodging and meals. I visited Philippines, Myanmar, India, Thailand, Southwestern China and Tibet the whole year! And in 2013 I even had a positive gain in my bank account by the end of… Read More 10 tips to do a budget travel – Part One (Lodging and Transport)