Travel Tips: Enjoying food during your travel on a budget

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A good chunk of your travel budget goes to transportation and accommodation most of the time. But when we review our expenses for these holidays, we find out that a big portion of your expenses goes on food. If you are on a tight budget, you can enjoy your holiday and save some money if you come up with the right eating plan.

Here are some practical tips in case you need to save some change:

Grocery Stores

A good way to save a lot money during travel is by buying food stuff from groceries, supermarkets, farmer’s markets, or from the pantry aisles of drug store chains. For just a few dollars, you can get yourself some fresh bread and a some cheese, meat, and some fruits.

If this plan sounds good to you, you need to make some plans ahead of your holiday. You can opt to bring your own utensils or more a more convenient way is just to buy disposable plates and utensils.

10 best ways to blend in with the Melbourne crowd

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If you’re interested in taking a holiday in the land down under, there are many places to choose from that will offer beautiful sights, good food, interesting activities and friendly people. Today, we’re concentrating on the city of Melbourne and we’ll be sharing our tips that can prove helpful especially for first time travellers to this beautiful city.

1. DO NOT butcher the name by pronouncing it as Mel-born.

First things first, we want to make sure you get the name right. English is the language spoken all over this country slash continent, but you’ve got to remember one thing: Mel-born is incorrect. If you don’t believe us, you can just observe how the rest of the city’s population—all four million of them—pronounce it. If you want to stand out like a sore thumb and immediately identify yourself as a tourist, that’s entirely up to you.

Addis Abeba


Did you hear about it? Addis Abeba sounds so deep and exotic to me, but the city is nice, enjoys wonderful climate ( in the neighborhood there are mountains and forests, this is the secret).

This name means New flower, and the city really deserves it, it is one of the most beautiful African cities.


The founder of the city is the legendary king Menelik II., who succeed to bring together the northern and the southern parts of the country. The foundation of the city took place in 1896. A very young city, and therefore so atractive.Addis Abeba is not only capital, but also the most important economic and touristic center.

You can find in Addis Abeba: many eucalypts, many refugees due to the civil wars ,(many of them mutilated), a lot of baggers(but they are not dangerous. Criminality level in the city is acceptable!), universities, etc

Bali Travel Guide: What Else is new in Bali?

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If you’ve been planning to go to Bali but a lot of people go ahead of themselves and discourage you from going because it’s is now, as they say, a “Paradise Lost”, think twice before nodding and crossing the place out of your list. Bali is not lost.

It has just evolved into something more modern. It’s true that it has probably lost the rustic charm it used to have a few years ago, but there are plenty of things to look forward to while visiting Bali.

The Melting Pot of Indian Fare


No cuisine mixes exotic spices, color, texture and aroma better than traditional Indian cuisine. Although there are variations on nearly every dish in the world, there’s nothing quite like a really well made Indian Curry.
Like most cultures throughout history, India’s foods and culture have traveled all across the globe and can be found in nearly every city in the world. Traditional Indian food itself is a melting pot of influences from the many visitors of India. With the country being a kind of a gateway to the east, it has consistently been an area of trade and travel for centuries. Travelers from all over brought their recipes and preparations to add into the countries growing recipe box, and eventually evolved to what we know as modern Indian food.

Egyptian Airlines

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EgyptAir is one of the largest and most popular of the Egyptian airlines, and offers a good range of international and domestic flights. EgyptAir flies to 5 continents, including weekly flights to Bahrain, Casablanca, Switzerland, and daily flights to places like Scandinavia.

EgyptAir was established in 1932 and originally carried out commercial flights from Cairo to Alexandria. During the Second World War the Egyptian government took control of the airline and changed the name to Misr Airlines. In 1946 the name was changed again to MisrAir and in 1956 the airline was merged with Syrian Airlines to form “United Arab Airlines, (UAA). By 1968 the UAA had added the Boeing 707 model to its fleet and became the first Middle Eastern airline to operate on the longer international routes. In 1971 UAA split, and formed the new airline EgyptAir.

Travel Money: Where can your $30 take you?

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Travel MoneyThere comes a time when you just want to say [enter expletives here]! I need a vacation. Indeed you do. Sadly, your budget sucks and you end up thinking, I might as well stay home during my three-day vacation. Fear not, my fellow young professionals. Travel need not be expensive. In fact, you can go to many places inside and outside of the country with a budget of $30/day. Don’t believe us? Well, here are our top 5 places to go to when we’re out of budget but really desperate for a vacation away from the city.



Reach Daring Heights in the Gila Wilderness



Backpacking through the mountains of New Mexico is no easy task, but some areas are more rewarding than others. If you are in the state then the Gila Forest is a highly recommended beautiful location worth visiting. Those who are fit enough to traverse the cat walk and then hike a few miles may be rewarded with beautiful flowing waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and strikingly breathtaking landscapes.

The Gila Cliff Dwellings are located in southwestern New Mexico, where the Sonoran and Chihuahuan desert meet. The cliff dwellings are a perfect mixture of the mountain environment of New Mexico as well as the hot desert land. Gila has the most publicly owned land outside of Alaska, and contains millions of acres of wilderness. This area is a nature lovers dream come true and is a must see.

What To Do At Gila Forest