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Living In The Ricefield: Inside Our Amazing Ubud AirBnB

What comes to mind when you think of Bali? Is it golden beaches or beautiful temples? Or maybe it’s vibrant coloured acai bowls or Eat, Pray, Love? Well for me it’s rice fields. Lush, green, beautiful rice fields- that’s the image that always came to mind. That’s why having the opportunity to rent out a gorgeous Airbnb in the heart of Ubud’s ricefields was a … Continue reading Living In The Ricefield: Inside Our Amazing Ubud AirBnB

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How To Travel In Australia For Cheap

Travelling in Australia needn’t be expensive. Before I got here, I was lead to believe that travelling in Australia was going to bankrupt me but that’s just not the case. Granted, it doesn’t match the ridiculously cheap prices of other popular backpacking areas such as South East Asia, however, with a few top tips, a trip down under doesn’t have to cost the earth either. Here’s how … Continue reading How To Travel In Australia For Cheap

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Firefly Sydney to Melbourne Bus Review

Pros and cons of Firefly overnight bus from Sydney to Melbourne, Australia. I decided to travel from Sydney to Melbourne by Firefly bus for a number of reasons. Firstly I wanted to save the hassle of flying. Although flight prices between the two cities cost roughly the same, I figured that once I’d calculated in baggage cost and getting to and from both airports, the … Continue reading Firefly Sydney to Melbourne Bus Review

Ouibus London To Paris Review

Pros and cons of Ouibus overnight coach from London to Paris The fact that you can get a coach from London to Paris was actually a bit of a revelation for me before going on my latest trip to Paris. I was going for a long weekend and I’d originally planned on taking the Eurostar train however when it came to booking, the prices were … Continue reading Ouibus London To Paris Review

Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

A locals guide to cheap eats in Brighton: Food for less than a fiver  As much as I LOVE going out to eat in Brighton, one thing that really gets me down is spending a lot of money on food. There are so many fantastic brunch and lunch places to choose from in the city but most of them usually set me back at least … Continue reading Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

11 Money Saving Hacks For New York City

Budget travel guide: Easy money saving hacks for NYC After travelling around Central America for a couple of months, I needed somewhere amazing to end my trip. I decided to go and visit my aunt and uncle in Atlanta on the way home, and then found out that I could get a bus to New York for 30 dollars, and with plenty of cheap fights out … Continue reading 11 Money Saving Hacks For New York City

What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

Traditional, Vegan, Gluten free and vegetarian food in Costa Rica, Central America As promised here’s the next of my ‘what I ate in a day‘ posts that I’ll be writing up about my recent trip through Central America. We all know that eating is one of the best parts of travelling and personally I’m always fascinated by diets in other countries so I thought this would … Continue reading What I ate in a day: Costa Rica