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    How to Travel on a Budget

    Many of us crave adventure, but are held back by the cost of travel. Whether you’re a student, adult, or somewhere in between, travelling on a budget is not only better for your wallet, but also a guaranteed once-in-a-lifetime trip. I’ve found that the places I’ve been when really watching my money have been my favourite experiences thus far. Travelling on a budget starts with planning. You have a lot to think about in the planning stages, and each of your decisions could save money or cost you. F L I G H T S To find good flight deals, google flights is an excellent option. This allows for you to pick your dates and find…

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    unexpected booking: from start to finish (trip prep pt 2)

    Read Trip Prep Part 1 on packing here! How To Plan a Trip I’ve been lucky enough to have lots of practice planning trips. The first trip I planned was actually a trip I never REALLY went on, in 7th grade math class. I partnered up with my friend, Carter, and we were given an $3,000 budget to go anywhere in the world (this budget was imaginary as you can imagine- $3,000 is a LOT of money). We planned a trip from CVG airport (Cincinnati, Ohio) to Sydney, Australia, including airfare, things to do, where to stay, what we’d eat (down to the dish), everything. After that, I was hooked…