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What You Could Get in Portland for $10 – Real Portland Experience Within the Budget!

Hi everyone! 🙂

Apparently, this week we’re still covering an area in the northern part of America. And this time, we’re flying to Portland in Oregon to see how far you could get with your $10 USD banknote around there.

Yes, in the past few months, we’ve got a lot of submissions to cover various cities in the United States. After covering New Orleans a few weeks ago, you might as well want to check out what cities you could explore with your $10 bill in America.

So in this opportunity, I’m excited to have John Paul from The Hangry Backpacker on this week’s series to see what you could do within the budget. So, is Portland expensive to travel around? Check it out then!

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What You Could Get in New Orleans for $10 – You Could Get So Much in One of the Most Budget-Friendly Cities in the USA!

As an Indonesian who grew up during the rise of Britney Spears, it’s fair to say that I’m thrilled when I got in touch with Rachel from East to West RMS for the series.

I mean, despite the fact that I don’t know much about America in geography, but I for sure am familiar with Louisiana as that’s where Britney grew up. 😛

So when Rachel said she could cover New Orleans for the series and talk about how far $10 could get in the city, I definitely said yes!

The city was once severely affected by Hurricane Katrina in the past few years, but the major redevelopment in the area seems to just make the city a great option to visit if you’re planning to go to the southeastern part of the USA.

Then, what could you get in New Orleans for $10 USD?!

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What You Could Get in San Francisco for $10 – What’s on the Budget Beyond the Golden Gate Bridge?

You’ve learned a new thing every day when you found out that it’s ‘San Francisco’ instead of ‘San Fransisco’. Or is it just me?! 😛

So, after we recently covered San Diego in California, let’s go back again to the same state in the USA. This time, we’re going to the city with the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and let’s see how you could do there on the budget that is beyond that.

This time, thanks to Jess from Longest Bus Rides who voluntarily covered the city on this week’s $10 series.

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5 Reasons to Visit the United States

Over 75 million people visit the United States of America from other countries every year, but have you ever paused to wonder why?

With 50 states and several local territories, the US is one of the most diverse places you could possibly wish to visit anywhere in the world. In fact, there is a pretty solid argument that suggests no country on Earth has as many different cultures and ways of living joined together under one flag.

With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some of the reasons you might visit the US.

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