In October 2017 I had the exciting opportunity to try out a company I have been yearning to try for so long, G Adventures! Galavanting our way across China, I share where we went, what we did and exactly what I thought about it.
The number one reason people say they don’t travel is because it’s ‘too expensive’. I am the biggest advocate for the ‘cheap’ holiday and for simple ways to save those extra bucks. I’m here to put things in perspective, and once you put these easy, every day methods into your everyday life, you’ll be out of the country before you can say ‘bon voyage’.
Wanna know a secret to cheap flights? http://www.skyscanner.com.au is probably the best website I have found that provides cheap flight options from almost every flight company around the globe. It is easy to use and combines not only different airlines, but sources from other travel agencies such as Flight Centre and STA Travel as well as other budget flight sites such as Skiddoo, ifly.net and eDreams.
Twitter is fast becoming an everyday tool for receiving important information. This doesn’t stop at travel information. Many travel bloggers take to Twitter to share links to their blog posts or post short tips, tricks and handy hints. As well as bloggers, you can find travel companies releasing holiday package deals, competitions to win holidays and handy travelling tips.
Travelling in Asia is a great way to experience new cultures, exotic foods, amazing scenery and beautiful people. Not only are they great attributes for a holiday destination, but they can be very cheap. Bartering is the norm and can get you great products at great prices, but new travelers may get tricked. Here’s a few things to remember when it comes to bartering.