I love budget travel. I ride the cheapest airlines, sleep in 12-bed rooms, and use the hostel kitchen to cook half my meals. Some people might look at it as giving a lot of things up, compared to how they typically travel. And it’s true, I sacrifice a lot of comforts and sleep to do things this way.
For our 10-day trip to Amsterdam, Hamburg, and Berlin, my boyfriend and I flew with WOW, a super cheap airline that doesn’t offer a free carry on or a checked bag at all.
- 1 QT liquids bag: Soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, BB cream
- Deodorant, makeup (mascara, lipstick, eyeshadow, eyeliner, BB cream), toothbrush, ear swabs, chapstick
- Bestek universal travel adapter (power strip)
- Cell phone charger
- GoPro, GoPro charger, mounts
- SIM card tool
- Water bottle
- Laundry detergent, dryer sheets
- Prescriptions, ibuprofen
- Socks (3 pairs)
- Tights (2)
- Underwear (4)
- Plain black Leggings (1)
- Skirts (2)
- Black dress
- Shirts (3)
- Sports bra, bra
- Winter hat
- All of Ethan’s clothes 😂
- A book
- Journal, pen
- DSLR camera
- Phone with “phone wallet” for cards and cash
Are you ready to plan your next adventure?
I believe one of the biggest barriers to travel is fear of the unknown. Do I have enough money? Will I need a visa?
The truth is, if you don’t do your research now, you’ll never know.
This workbook—5 steps to your next vacation—will help you get your ideas in writing so you can turn them into reality!
In this editable PDF, you will record and take action on the following:
- The cost of transportation
- Restrictions like time, money, passports/visas
- An estimated daily budget
- How much you will need to save by when
- Your bookings
- Your itinerary including accommodations and activities
- And much more!
I’m ready. Send me the editable PDF.