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  1. 8 Month Backpacking Trip in Numbers | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] of hotels stayed at: […]

  2. How to get from Guarulhos Airport (São Paulo’s international) to Paulista Avenue with any budget | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] for this post because it is one of the main area for business and tourism in São Paulo, with a lot of hotels and it’s not too far from the center. From there, you can then take the metro or bus to get […]

  3. Everything you need to know to climb Mt. Fuji, Japan | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] sleeping one day before or one day after (or both) your climb, you’ll probably be staying in a hotel or hostel somewhere close to Fujisan Station. So, this would most naturally be your first destination after […]

  4. How I Save Money to Travel So Much | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] could be the cost of a flight, the Inca Trail, or more than two months’ worth of hostel accommodation in Poland! Cook at home instead…. it’s better for your wallet and often for your […]

  5. The 16 First Things You Should Do When Moving to a New Country | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] However, if you are looking for something short-term (or need a place to stay until you can find more permanent housing), you can look into hotels, hostels, Couchsurfing, or Airbnb. You can read more on my page about the 6 best websites to find hotels, hostels and + US$ 20 free credit on Airbnb. […]

  6. 9 Tips to Stay in Shape While Backpacking or During Your Travels | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] your dorm will be very welcome by your roommates. I think this option is better when you are in a hotel room or have a private room in hostel. Space is also something important so then you can do it […]

  7. 11 Ways to Meet People and Make Friends while Traveling | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] my opinion, staying in hostels is the easiest way to meet other people because they are full of travelers from other countries […]

  8. 13 Places to Visit in South Korea Outside Seoul | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] interesting than a visit to Starbucks. It was a bit hard to find so I think asking in your hostel, hotel or at the Tourist Info Center will be the best way to find […]

  9. 8 Reasons to Visit Palau | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] you (though I think the prices are completely worth it), you can definitely save on things like accommodation, food, travel insurance and […]

  10. The Ultimate Guide to Budget Travel in Palau | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] In this case, I would recommend Booking.com to find the best options as well as take a look at my page about the sites I use to search for and book accommodation. […]

  11. How to get from Cusco to Machu Picchu for less than 31 Soles or 10 USD | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] it’s probably much faster and more convenient. I think that this info should be easy to get in hostels. But if you still want to take the bus, I don’t think you need to buy the day before. Just arrive […]

  12. How to Travel Around Brazil with Long-Distance Bus + 2 Best Bus Ticket Websites | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] Obviously, traveling by bus takes a long time so this’ll depend on you – whether you have extra time or extra money. (Also remember that you can take an overnight bus to save on accommodation.) […]

  13. How to Get From Ulaanbaatar to Karakorum (Mongolia) for 7 Dollars | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] and its biggest city, – 50% of the population lives there! – it also has the main airport, hotels, and train […]

  14. How to Visit North Korea on a Budget | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] almost everything is included in your trip: roundtrip transportation from Beijing to North Korea, hotels for every night, 3 meals per day, and many of the entrance fees. But still bring some extra money […]

  15. 25 Things to Know Before Visiting China | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] need it not just for checking into your accommodation, but also for buying train and bus […]

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