We Spent HOW MUCH On Our EuroTrip?!?

Well, we've finally added up the total cost of everything on our 10 week Eurotrip. Make sure to guess before you get to the end, and let us know how close you were in the comments.

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5 Tips To Save For Your Travels

We've said this before, but we often see comments on our travel photos and across our website, saying things like: "You're so lucky" "I wish I could afford to travel" "So jealous, I wish I could go somewhere like that" "How do you afford to travel all the time?" The simple truth is, you can... Continue Reading →

Coffee Iconic.

Coffee Iconic - $$ - 9/10 Coffee - Baked goods - Toasties and Croissants 340 George St, Brisbane City QLD 4000 On our first day 'in The Forgotten City' (Brisbane), we drop our bags at the hostel and decided to explore the city. It's something we do in most big cities when we arrive, so... Continue Reading →

A Bad Day Backpacking

To someone who has never been backpacking before, I believe there is a common misconception that a backpacker has "fun" all the time. You know... one day, you decided to quit your job, packed all your belongings in a rucksack and now travel the world, partying, meeting new people and having the time of your... Continue Reading →

Byron Bay On A Budget

Byron Bay is one of my favourite places in the world. I've been twice (2013 and 2018), only for a few days at a time, but it's one of those places I could easily settle down. If you haven't heard of it before, Byron Bay is a small coastal town, approximately half way up the... Continue Reading →

Grill’d

Grill'd - $$ - 8/10 Healthy Burgers - Vegan/Vegetarian menu options 241 Crown St, Darlinghurst NSW, 2010 We hadn't eaten out once, since our arrival to Australia on the 8th, but it was Christmas, which meant we had an excuse to pig out. Burgers are my go-to for a cheat meal, and I was craving... Continue Reading →

$10/day food budget in Sydney, Australia. Hear me out… 

As a backpacker, you're trying to cut costs wherever possible, which will enable you to keep travelling longer. Food and drink can be expensive, especially in big cities, and it's easy to spend more than you'd planned if you don't keep track. Setting yourself a daily or weekly budget is an easy way to monitor... Continue Reading →

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