How To Make Your Travel Budget Extend Further When Travelling Solo

When travelling solo, your travel budget can be stretched much further than when travelling as a group or with another person.  For instance, staying in a hotel is no longer the rate of the room divided by two – which means you might find yourself either forking out a lot more cash or staying in … Continue Reading

Lesson 3: Travelling doesn’t require loads of money

Travel on a budget. Travel cheaper. Travel anyhow. Say “I want to travel and I am travelling” instead of telling yourself “I can’t afford to travel”. Sure, there will always be “but”s and “what if”s. I will tell you from the starts, it starts with your priorities. Because travelling doesn’t require loads of money. If you … Continue Reading

Questo – A New Way Of Discovering People, Places and Stories

Last weekend I finally got the chance to get out and explore my hometown, as a tourist would. All thanks to Questo, a mobile app which makes you discover people, places and stories of what I thought to be a familiar place. My hometown. So far there are 6 quests for Bucharest, and I chose to … Continue Reading

Practical Tips You Need To Know When You’re Travelling To Russia For The First Time

 Russia made it on my travel bucket list a few years ago, although I never googled anything like “travel in Russia” or “Things to do in Moscow”. But in my head, it was a cool destination. Travelling to Russia seemed cool. Probably from stories of friends of friends. Because that’s how we make travel decisions. … Continue Reading

How I planned a 1 Month Trip in Europe – On a Budget

Some time ago, I’ve discovered my passion for travelling and more specifically for travelling alone. Yes is was scary, but this is how  I planned a 1 month trip in Europe, travelling alone, on a budget.   Why travel alone? It gives me this immense freedom of doing what I want when I feel like it, … Continue Reading