It was a tough week for my RSS reader, bulging at the seams, barely able to contain itself. Hence, I got a little behind reading it all, but you, dear reader, get it sorted for your pleasure.
Here’s what I’ve been reading on the web!
Saving money is never an easy task, especially when there’s so many fun, yummy and shiny things to buy. But since we don’t all have “daddy’s money” to pay for it all, saving may be the most important part in your plan of getting out of town.
It was obvious in the blogs too, with many good and useful reads coming into the feed this week:
And finally, How to Travel the World has laid down some helpful budget planning advice by giving you realistic per-day info for some of the more popular world travel areas.
In a swift but pleasing topic change, the Fodor’s Travel Blog lays down a list of great festivals to check out this year: My advice, catch the Pushkar Camel Fair. It may be smelly but where else can you get so many humps outside of an Amsterdam brothel? Bah-dum tsh.
And similarly, Cheapest Destinations guru Tim Leffel has some great suggestions on how to get away from the tourist crush all over the world. I’ve never even heard of half these places, which is probably a good thing.
Traveler and all around smart guy Daniel, one-half of the Two Go RTW duo, tells you how not to be a patsy in a strange and foreign internet café. If you value your identity, you should probably read this one.
Thank you bloggers for being so dang helpful. See you next week!