How I Spent a Day in NYC on $0

In the last of this year’s series of posts on New York City, I’ll be telling you about how I spent the day there on a $0 budget. Now, I had to pay to take the train to and from Morristown, NJ to actually get there, but over the course of the entire day, I … More How I Spent a Day in NYC on $0

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Tips on European Travel Currency and Managing Money Whilst Travelling

As I stated early on in this video, this will be part one of two videos on European travel currencies. Because of the sheer mass of countries in Europe and the many different currencies those countries use, I’ve tried to separate my recommendations and information on the continent into two parts. This first part deals … More Tips on European Travel Currency and Managing Money Whilst Travelling

Tips on East Asian Currencies & Managing Money While Travelling

This installment of the travel tips section of my YouTube channel – which you can subscribe to here – is all about how to navigate the many currencies of East and Southeast Asia. I also give my two cents on the benefits and drawbacks of carrying cash versus using your personal bank card or prepaid … More Tips on East Asian Currencies & Managing Money While Travelling

2 Weeks in Sri Lanka – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

Last summer I spent two weeks of my summer travelling around Sri Lanka whilst collaborating with hotels and restaurants across the country. I used the public transport system and local drivers to visit six different locations in my thirteen full days there, seeing everything from the Indian Ocean from Mirissa’s beaches to elephants in Yala … More 2 Weeks in Sri Lanka – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

Avios

Air miles are something I only began collecting last year, but in that time I’ve been able to build them up through things like ordering takeaways, online shopping and using travel websites. The British Airways Avios programme is, for me in the United Kingdom, the most useful in terms of flight routes. The App is … More Avios

Booking.com

Whether you’re travelling for two days or two months, having somewhere good to stay while you’re doing so is important. I think there’s a misconception regarding the cost of hotels, and that most people associate cheap accommodation only with hostels. The fact is that this just isn’t the case, and if you look closely enough you … More Booking.com

5 March Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £30

Despite Ryanair cutting the amount of routes from Glasgow to Europe from 23 to just Dublin, Wroclaw and Kraków this winter, we still have a good few months to take advantage of their super cheap flights from Glasgow Airport. With some universities having their Spring Break this month and others ending at the end of it, March is a perfect … More 5 March Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £30

5 February Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £25

There are plenty of fantastic deals for less than £25 return for the coming month, so if you’re keen to get away for a Valentine’s Day trip or just to get out of Glasgow.. Just like my last post, I’ve used Skyscanner to collate this list of flights. Booking.com Brussels, Belgium: Brussels is one of Central Europe’s greatest treasures. With … More 5 February Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £25