Finally making time for what was long overdue thanks to the lockdown. Getting to relive those trips that brought joy during tough times. Monsoon trek to remember with some of the best peeps.
Music: Tides From Nebula - Only with Presence.
Bored af at home? Let's read something that is not about the virus.Finally, I am here with the hacks on budget travel
Let me start with the Budget stays
👉 Couchsurf: if you are not aware about this amazing community yet then you are missing a lot of fun. This app allows you to find the hosts in any city around the world who can let you stay cashfree. This works totally on sharing or exchanging culture, skills, stories or even just the vibes. I completed my Europe trip for 83 days majorly using CS and had the best time of my life exploring, watching European movies, cooking and having some interesting conversation with my hosts.
If you think this is just for the girls then well, checkout @rkdiscoveringindia and @the_enigmatic_escapist . They are CS kings haha.If you are still puzzled about it then hit the link in my bio to learn more about it 👉 Railway Retiring Rooms: If you have a train booked for the day after or the same day, you can get these rooms with basic facilities in order to save on hotels. The prices vary from 200-350 INR based on the time. However, I usually do not opt for them as you get a hostel bed for the same price in most places 👉 (Do Not) Book Hostels: It totally depends on the charges and the aim of your travel. It doesn't make much sense to me to pay 800-900 for a hostel bed when you can easily get a room with shared bath in most cities. So, consider the reviews and prices before you choose hostels 👉 Gurudwaras: Most of the time they do not deny stay and food in case you are on a budget. However, do consider paying back with at least minimal amount of donation or give your services for a day. I met a traveller in Austria who devoted himself to Gurudwaras and Isckon while traveling 👉 Dharmshalas : .... Continued in comments..