Vagabonding around the world is nice. But if you don’t have a lot of incomes, it also means that you have to think twice about your expenses.
Most of the travel blogs I’ve read speak about the beautiful and mind-blowing places to go, but only a few of them speak about the cheapest way to get around those. Since we’re entering into a new era of low-cost traveling, with more and more backpackers choosing to save every buck while they are on the road, I though that it would be useful to share some of the tips I learned and will learn from locals. My way of tramping is to do the maximum amount of things as locals would do. I like to stay with locals, even if that involves denying my comfort. As an old man once said:
“Adventure comes when you go out of your comfort zone”