Category: travel

What You Could Get in Milan for $10 – Traveling on the Budget in the Wealthiest City of Italy

Hi everyone!

Back to the $10 series again this week, and this time we’re going to cover one of the cities that has been on my bucket list ever since I’m a teenager: Milan. So yes, after covering Rome, Bologna, and Naples the other day, we’re going to cover Milan this week!

I grew up watching football, and those who do would probably know the rivalry of the Milan clubs, AC Milan and Inter Milan. 

When I started following football, AC Milan was pretty big at the time with the players like Paolo Maldini, Cafu, Clarence Seedorf, and Rui Costa… Meanwhile, their city counterpart was struggling to wait for their first scudetto after 1989.

Well, I’m not going to write the whole football stuff in one of the most fashionable cities in Europe, but thanks to Anda of Travel for a While, we’re going to cover how to travel on the budget in the wealthiest city of Italy. 

So, what could you get in Milan for $10 USD?

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Review Bus from Cambodia to Laos: How to Travel from Siem Reap to Pakse With Asia Van Transfer

I always love road trips!

And ever since I started planning my Indochina trip, I knew that I wanted to use either bus or train to get me from one place to another.

That, until I googled about the bus from Siem Reap to Vientiane that I found out the number of border services from Cambodia to Laos isn’t as many options like those from Cambodia to Vietnam.

After researching the options that I could take from Siem Reap to somewhere in Laos, I decided to make a stopover in Pakse. Honestly, when I decided to do that, it was actually my first time hearing about Pakse, so I barely knew anything about where to go or what to visit there.

However, I figured stopping by Pakse is an excellent way to go if I want to go across the border from Cambodia to Laos by land. I could stay for a night or two, and then continue my trip to Vientiane later. So I did.

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What You Could Get in Victor Harbor for $10 – How to Make the Best Out of the Coastal Town in South Australia

Hi everyone!

Are you ready to go to the downunder again this week?

Today, we’re going back to Australia to see how many things you can do in one of the cities there for $10 USD. This time, we’re traveling to a coastal town in South Australia, Victor Harbor!

Natalie and Steve of Curious Campers will take us to the town and show us how we could get some adventures on the budget there. So, what could you get in Victor Harbor for $10?

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What You Could Get in Madrid for $10 – How to Stretch the Budget to Travel Around Spain’s Capital City

Hola, mi amor!

So, after covering Seville just a couple of weeks ago, we’re going back to Spain to see how we can stretch $10 USD to travel in another city in the country. And this time, we’re off to the capital city of Spain: Madrid.

If I have to be honest, I personally don’t know much about the city except for being a football fan that forced me to familiarize myself with Real Madrid FC.

I think it’s only through football that gets me understood about other stuff, from the heat between Real and Barcelona that has something to do with the political situation. Yada yada yada.

Now, thanks to Martin of Madrid Discovery, we’ll get closer to the capital city and see how far we could get there with your $10 USD!

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Review: Angkor Pearl Hotel in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Hi everyone!

After talking about what I did in Siem Reap for a day, it’s time to share my experience staying at Angkor Pearl Hotel the other day!

One thing that I noticed about Siem Reap was that the average hotel rate is relatively higher than in Phnom Penh. If you haven’t recognized my traveling style already, I like my accommodation to be affordable yet comfortable.

I’m in my 30s, so hostels are definitely out of my options. I won’t say I’m so demanding when it comes to the accommodation, but I usually have one thing that is usually on my filter when it comes to searching for my ideal one: the elevator.

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