This is a long video! Deal with it! It’s part 2 to my Egypt guide and it is long overdue. Try to keep the comments constructive!
This is a NO BS guide and I’ll tell you about all of the scams and the real experience of visiting Egypt so you know what to expect.
This is a long video full will stories from my experiences in Egypt.
This guide is best for people who are planning their own trip to Egypt or for people who want to know what it is really like in Egypt.
This is a rundown of how I plan my trips and how you can too. These tips should save you a lot of time and from many headaches.
I go through how to plan your travel between cities and also how to find the best and least expensive accommodation in each place.
I’m going to tell you which smartphones are best for travelers, what features you should look for in them, and where to buy them, which is oddly difficult in America.
Hint: Samsung is your friend!
What are your tips for saving money while traveling in Europe? Leave it in the comments below!
Every major European city will have free tours of the city that are fun and informative. The problem is that you probably don’t know about them. I didn’t even know about these tours until the first time that I stayed in a hostel.
Here, I’ll tell you how these tours work, why I like them, and how to find out about them.
This is my list of the top 7 places or things to see in Europe and it may surprise you!
Each of these places has blown my mind or made me take a step back to soak it all in…
I’ll save you a big headache and show you how to call phone numbers in Europe (trust me when I say that it is way more confusing than it should be). Specifically, this article will teach you how to call European phone numbers from outside of Europe and also within Europe as well as covering the difference between calling within the same country as the number you are dialing versus calling from outside the country.
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!