Travelling for students represents a conflict between desire and financial capabilities. On the one hand, students generally have a lot of free time between semesters; on the other hand, travel can be expensive. European travel can be a particularly expensive prospect; all be it a very desirable one.
‘16 Kids and Counting’ is one of the surprise TV hits of the spring. Following in the footsteps of families which buck the norm by having supersized broods, the Channel 4 programme has shown that an annual holiday can be difficult to organise and expensive.
A recent survey conducted by the Post Office has shown that travellers can stretch their holiday money even further by opting to visit a best-value destination. It also reports that 94% of those surveyed said that accommodation costs was the most important factor when choosing a city.
“Whether you arrive in Brazil at the start or the end of your South American journey, one thing that is unavoidable is that it will be more expensive that every other country you visit.” If you want to do Rio on a budget, check out our great new post from guest blogger Bronwyn Hager!
Summer in Vancouver means a celebration of multicultural diversity through world music, exotic foods and a cosmopolitan of festivals. We will take you through a discover of Vancouver and explore some of the best things you can do in Vancouver for free, or nearly free!
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