A quick roundup of side hustles to help you earn and save money for your goals (like napping in hammock for six months…)
Yesterday morning I had five dollars. I spent it on packets of Pedigree for a stray dog I found wandering the streets of Vientiane. So to be honest, as I write this I’m eating peanut butter & crackers from my emergency food stash and probably shouldn’t be giving people unsolicited advice about money.
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Puppies. Australians. Bintangs…What more could you need?
With an abundance of all-inclusive beach resort chains and world-famous hot spots, the island of Bali can have a reputation in backpacker circles for being laden with tourists and hard on the wallet. And it certainly CAN be. But despite the [easily escaped] crowds, Bali remains an island of variety and offers a plethora of budget-friendly activities to keep even the most frugal of travelers endlessly entertained. Trust me, I’m poor. Continue reading “Tinder at the Beach & Other Inexpensive Things to Do in Bali”
There are plenty of hostel and hotel booking sites out there, but Booking.com is my favorite and the one I use the most (if not exclusively). It has an extensive and ever-increasing database of everything from pocket-change cheap backpacker hostels to glittering five star resorts.
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