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Budget Traveler’s Guide To Croatia

This detailed itinerary for the solo traveler in Croatia emphasizes how to explore the country on a budget.   Resting on the Mediterranean Sea with a foot lodged into Eastern Europe, Croatia represents a melting pot of culture, cuisine, and natural scenery. Traveling through this small country allows one to explore gorgeous national parks, wander …

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6 Beautiful Places In New South Wales, Australia

Photos and descriptions of six natural sights in New South Wales that are simply jaw-dropping. While living in Australia, I've become infatuated with the nature around me. Venturing along the coastline brings me to gorgeous beaches framed by the bright blue Pacific Ocean. Heading inland brings me through dense forests and green landscapes seemingly untouched …

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How To Afford Travelling The World In Your 20’s

Tips on how to afford travel when you're young & broke. I've written about most of my travels on this blog before, but I still get questions ALL THE TIME about how I maintain a traveling lifestyle. Most of these questions revolve around money, so I want to write a detailed article outlining exactly how …

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City Guide To Copenhagen, Denmark

(As originally published on The College Tourist ) For college travelers, Copenhagen represents a peaceful, unique, and versatile European destination. Though Scandinavia has notoriously expensive cities, it is possible to experience the Danish capital city on a student budget. RyanAir flights to and from here are ridiculously cheap, loads of excellent hostels make for affordable accommodation, and …

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Warming My Soul In Porto

The best word I can use to describe Porto, the second-largest city in Portugal, is warmth. Though the temperatures do feel warm for February (50-60 degrees Fahrenheit), this coastal city exudes warmth in other ways besides climate. The people are passionate, the charismatic landmarks and peaceful parks draw you in, the sunsets are dripping with …

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