Heather and I decided to take advantage of our Southwest Companion Pass (the best companion pass there is) and travel around the United States. For 2 months.
In today’s episode we take some of the travel advice we give for traveling abroad and apply it to our planning process for this trip. Many of you travel domestically and here are some great examples of how to save money while traveling right at home!
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We were lucky enough this year to be able to spend most of 2014 traveling.
And in honor of the holidays and sharing our gratitude we thought we’d go through our Top 14 experiences of 2014.
Today we’ll discuss the first half of our favorite experiences including the rare experience of being cold in Bali, waterfalls that are nicknamed “The Spiderman waterfalls”, and the wonderful experience of making authentic Italian pizza.
Check back tomorrow for even crazier stories and experiences from a year that was FULL of travel!
What are some of your favorite travel experiences from 2014?
Renting apartments while traveling can save you tons of money.
Not to mention the extra space, less touristy neighborhoods, and the possibilities of great relationships with your hosts!
We’ve rented apartments in cities across the world, from Paris to Berlin, Bali, Portugal, Thailand, and so many more.
Heather joins me to list some of our favorite apartment rental websites, what to look for on the profiles to make sure you’re getting a good place, and, most importantly, some tips and tricks that you can try to get a good deal on your next rental!
Let us know if you have any other tips and tricks for saving money on apartment rentals, or what your favorite sites are in the comments below!
Today Heather and I list the top 15 websites that we LOVE to use to plan our travels. If we’re paying for plane tickets (yes, it happens) we know where to go.
Train tickets? Check.
We’ve even got a ton of sites for accommodations and a great one to help budget your travels.
And of course, you need to know what to do when you get there!
If we use it, we’ve linked it and there are some great resources here to help you plan your trip from the moment the idea pops into your head to the moment you return home, exhausted, but thankful for the entire experience.
What are some of your favorite travel sites? Let us know in the comments below!