So my girl and I are thinking about taking the next semester off from University and going somewhere nice and sunny. Her Dad is very generous and I am thinking that we can live in Spain more cheaply than we can rent our off campus flat. The lease is up on it and the two of us are very nearly ready to graduate. We are going to do some research on tourism in spain to find out where we can have the best and least expensive hiatus before we finish University. I was thinking about Ibiza, but that seems more for the out of control party crowd. Lilly and I like to have a pint or two on occasion, but we fancy a more sedate holiday location than that.
If you have been bitten by the travel bug, but you don’t have a lot of money to see the world, you may have been considering backpacking. Many people have found that traveling to another country and seeing the sights with just your backpack to accompany you is fun, exciting, and a memory that will last a lifetime. There are, however, a few things to keep in mind if you are serious about attempting such a trip. First, check out this UK backpacking blog for tips and advice to help you on your journey. Next, read the following information and keep it in mind as you get ready to leave.
Since cost is a concern, the first major expense that you will have to deal with is your airline ticket. In order to find the best rates, be flexible; if you want to adhere to a rigid schedule, you may be out of luck. Also, consider booking a ticket that has a few layovers; these tickets are generally less expensive because of the extra inconvenience involved.