How to Experience Hong Kong’s Booming Food Scene on a Budget

If you’re among my close friends, you know full well that I’m borderline obsessed with Hong Kong. A couple years ago, I would up living in this fabulous city for about six months. I’ve gone back a few times since then to visit friends—in fact, I’m planning one this year! Besides seeing some of my

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Waterfalls and Fall Foliage in Plitvice Lakes

The two hour drive from Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes National Park was a gloomy one. The skies were cloudy from an early morning rain and it seemed like the closer we got to our destination, the gloomier it became. Almost as if the skies were playing a little trick on us, the clouds began to

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How to Navigate Tokyo’s Famous Fish Market

My first trip to Tokyo lasted less than 72 hours so I really didn’t have too much time to explore every neighborhood or visit every historical monument. I did, however, spend a few hours at the famous Tsukiji fish market and wow – what an day! We arrived there around 8am, which sounds early but by

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How to Have A Budget but Baller Trip

I recently attended a panel here in New York all about how to travel like a baller. I sort of hate that word because it sounds ridiculous but it does get the message across. As a travel writer, I’ve never had a huge income and not all of my travels are for business, which means

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Budget Guide to Traditional Vietnam Foods

This is a guest post from Agness of eTramping. When strolling down the streets of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, you can smell the fish sauce, seafood, rice, baguettes and fresh noodles. The smell is so intense you feel like eating all the time. Although the food is quick to make, it always contains

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How To Travel Cheap But Feel Loaded

Most bohemian travelers prefer to live on a budget but that doesn’t mean the occasional splurge is off limits. Here are a few tips for traveling cheap while feeling loaded. 1) Befriend a Local This is by far one of the best ways to travel free and fabulously. If you are traveling to visit a local,

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5 Free Ways to Experience NYC Culture

As a New York resident for nearly four years, I’m more than well aware that this city is expensive. Despite the absurdly high rents and general costs of daily life, I’ve managed to live here as a freelancer without any real problems. Of course I’m not eating out every night or bar hopping my way

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Five Adventurous Forms of Egyptian Transport

I wrote a very similar post awhile back for Nomadic Samuel but decided to write a new version on the same topic. If you are on a budget, touring through Egypt is not for the faint of heart. However, it is ideal for a humble traveler and quite fun for anyone with a love for the

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How To Choose Your Hostel

While most of the travel I’ve done since creating Bohemian Trails has either been sponsored or personal, I have stayed in countless hostels on my own dime and understand that choosing one is not always the easiest decision. Here are three things to consider before picking where to stay. 1) Do you want to make friends?

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How to Narrow your Travel-To-Do List

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors. Where in the World? For a variety of reasons including work, family, depressing bank account statements and lack of frequent flyer miles, most of us don’t have the luxury of unlimited time and money for travel. Meaning we’ve got to get picky when it comes

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