Tag: what you could get in the city for $10

What You Could Get in Tirana for $10 – Getting to Know the Albanian History in the Capital City

In the last FIFA World Cup 2018, one of the highlights in the tournament was when Xherdan Shaqiri celebrated his goal with Albanian eagle gesture as he scored for the Swiss on the match against Serbia. Well, the controversy is all political but it got me since we’re going to talk about the capital city in Albania this week!

Yup, this is gonna be the first city in Albania to be covered in the $10 series. Thanks to Erika’s Travelventures, she’s going to share how far you could go with $10 USD in Tirana.

Is it an expensive city? Is it affordable enough to travel with comfort in the city? Well, let’s check out and see the city closer from Erika’s point of view! πŸ™‚

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What You Could Get in Nice for $10 – A Really Nice Way to Spend Your Day and Dollar in France

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You’d probably know the city as it is in the title of my recommended books to read during your travel. In case you didn’t know, the sassy book “Nice is Just a Place in France” is on the list of books that I’d recommend. And although the book is really not a book about travel, this piece written by Maureen from Life On The Mediterranean would have something to do with traveling.

So, how nice is Nice to travel with your $10? Check this one out!

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What You Could Get in Beijing for $10 – Your First Glimpse in Mainland China

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After covering Hong Kong and Macao some time ago, I’m so excited when Jade and Kev from Two Tall Travellers reached out to cover the first city in mainland China that we’re gonna talk about: the one and only capital city, Beijing.

Speaking of which, since it’s $10 series, then I don’t know who needs to hear this but the currency in mainland China is renminbi and not yuan. And you’ll get a further explanation about this later in the post.

If you kinda mistake one with another, I’m not gonna blame you as you might adapt it from watching too many Chinese movies with subtitle. Like I did in the youth. #AsianProblems

So, what could you get in Beijing for $10? And how much is $10 USD in renminbi? Go check this out! πŸ™‚

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What You Could Get in Budva for $10 – Adriatic Sea and More!

Everyone knows that I’m obsessed with Balkan for so many reasons. The region has been on the top of my bucket list since I started learning geography. So today, I’m excited to host Sam from Sam Sees World to cover a city in the region. And on this week’s $10 series, we’re going to talk about Budva in Montenegro.

When it comes to the country, I know only a bit of its strong from back during Yugoslav era. But hey, you learn something new every day. So, you might as well sit back and relax while getting more information about the town on the Adriatic Sea.

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What You Could Get in Mumbai for $10 – Bollywood on a Budget (and Some Other Things!)

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Back again in the $10 series to explore the world within the budget this week. And this week, we’re going back to India to see what you can do in one of the cities there. Anyone could guess which city we’re gonna talk about this week after we covered Kolkata a couple of months ago?!

The city that was once known as Bombay, it is the capital city of Maharashtra state in India. Dubbed as the most populous city in India, you could imagine how big the growth is in the city in terms of economy. But what exactly could you get in Mumbai for $10?

This week, Smita Bhattacharya will be here to cover the city and recommend you things to do within the budget. So, what are they?

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