How To Travel The World Without Breaking The Bank

A Round-The-World (RTW) trip may be on the bucket list for each one of us. Yet, traveling itself can be an expensive hobby. While the cost of traveling can vary depending on how frugal you are, the general consensus is that the average RTW trip will set you back by at least £15,000 to £25,000. That is a lot of money and is definitely not something I could afford.So how exactly do thousands of people travel the world each year? Booking early or avoiding tourist traps can only help save so much. In order to understand this, I talked to my good friend Linda Burrington. She likes to call herself the “middle class world traveler” and in the past ten years, Linda has traveled to over 43 countries. Linda tells me that she dreams of crossing the 100 mark by the time she turns 50 in another fifteen years from now.Working holidaysThis is by far the most attractive option for those of us in the first world. Linda’s first few years of travel were spent in the United States and Australia where she worked part-time jobs that funded her stay. If you are a UK citizen under the age of...

14 Published By - UK Women on Huffingtonpost UK - 2017.12.07. 12:45
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