I’m venturing into the unknown, at least for me, and I’m excited to see what is there. Here, I will be going to Ljubljana, Slovenia. You will get to see how my perceptions of this city change from the beginning of the video to the end and, through this process, you will see just how beautiful and lovely the city is.
Also, I get to try a shrimp burger in McDonald’s!!! haha
(sorry about the shaky camera work :(, it should get better with the newer videos)
I’m on my way from London to Paris with the Eurostar train. This is a neat high speed train that goes through the Chunnel (channel tunnel) from England to France. It’s really convenient in that it takes only a little over two hours to get from London to Paris and it drops you off in the middle of Paris or London, depending on the direction in which you are taking the train. However, it is expensive.
Also, this video continues my journey through Europe.
Here are the links to the Eurostar train and the bus websites that are listed at the end of the video.
Here, I’ll show you the easiest way to avoid paying ATM feels while you travel abroad. This is a great tip because it allows you to feel comfortable using any ATM from a big bank abroad without having to worry about paying $5 or more per transaction.
This is the tip I use to save a lot of money and I hope it can help you too!
Note that you should still try and use big-bank ATM’s to help avoid potential issues with absurd exchange rates.
Know of any other ways to avoid ATM fees while abroad? Let me know in the comments below!