Posts Tagged ‘budget travel’

London on a Student Budget

By Katie Marpe Special to The Lost Girls A visit to London can benefit a college student in many ways: the city has a rich history, a great music scene, friendly people, and there is always a pub within stumbling distance. However, there is one thing London definitely will not benefit: a student’s...
April 20th, 2012 | Budget Travel, England, Europe, Studying Abroad | Read More

Lost Girl’s Guide to Cruising the Mediterranean

By Gina Douglas Special to Lost Girls   Imagine, you’re sailing the clear waters of the Mediterranean on a cruise ship while traveling from Greece to Italy. The weather is warm, the food is amazing, you’re sipping a cold margarita by the pool… Sounds nice, right? Now add into that fantasy...
November 3rd, 2011 | Budget Travel, Extras | Read More

Vegas on a Budget: Do it Big Without Spending a Dime

By Megan Hubbell Vegas works hard to live up to its Sin City alias: gluttony, vanity and greed are right at your fingertips with some of the world’s most elite shopping, finest luxury hotels and top restaurants all conveniently located in one tiny desert oasis. However, there is one original sin that...
October 7th, 2011 | Budget Travel, Nevada | Read More

Patagonia Without Plans: Letting Curiosity Lead the Way

Patagonia Without Plans: Letting Curiosity Lead the Way
By Taylor Dolven LG Correspondent Sprained ankles, volcanoes, and canceled flights…can you imagine anything else going wrong on a single trip? When LG correspondent Taylor Dolven set out from her base in Buenos Aires for a weekend trip to Patagonia a couple of weeks ago, she had little idea what...
June 24th, 2011 | Argentina, Backpacking & Trekking | Read More

Torino Travel Guide: A Budget-Friendly Weekend in Torino, Italy

Torino Travel Guide: A Budget-Friendly Weekend in Torino, Italy
City Overview Torino is one of Italy’s well-kept secrets. When I first heard about the city, I automatically thought of the 2006 Winter Olympics and that’s about it. However, Torino has so much more to offer, although it is a small city that can be seen in a weekend. Torino was actually the first...
June 10th, 2011 | City Travel, Italy, Travel Guides - Country Guides | Read More

Tenerife on a Budget

Tenerife on a Budget
By Jade Eva With months of gorgeous weather and beaches to die for, it comes as no surprise that Tenerife is such a popular holiday destination for millions of people annually. Like any sun-kissed tourist beehive, Tenerife is not without its price tag. But with a little planning, and seeing a few...
March 30th, 2011 | Canary Islands | Read More

How to Do Capetown on a Budget

How to Do Capetown on a Budget
by Ceri Houlbrook Special to Lost Girls World There’s a reason South Africa is known as the “rainbow nation.” Nowhere else in the world boasts such multicultural diversity, and while the country has suffered centuries of oppression and division, it’s emerged from its bleak past and been...
February 15th, 2011 | City Travel, South Africa | Read More

How to: Start Your Own Travel Blog

How to: Start Your Own Travel Blog
Gone are the days when travelers kept in touch with loved ones (and bragged about their overseas exploits!) through mass email. Now, backpackers, vagabonders and itinerant wanderers keep things organized by posting their adventures on a travel blog. The good news is, you don’t even have to be technically...
January 29th, 2008 | Blogging Your Trip, LG Press & Media, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Staying Connected | Read More