Another impromptu trip which started with cheap airfare and led to a quick weekend adventure. As part of our travel hacking, weekend wanderer series, we explore Memphis, Tennessee. We detail how much we spent on our weekend, where we went, our recommendations and how we saved.
A small summary of how much we saved on travel for 2016. This gives you a view of how much we have spent, and the destinations we’ve been to.
We take a look back on 2016 – our achievements, where we’ve been, and how we feel happened good throughout the year, and what could have gone better.
“What are you doing this 3-day weekend? Anything special?”
“Oh you know, just need to tidy up around the house, run some errands. Maybe see a movie or something.”
“How about going to Nashville on a 3-day weekend? Or a roadtrip? Or … Continue reading
Despite the implications of the title, “What We Did With Our 25 Vacation Days”, this is not a bragging post. We know that we’re lucky to work for a company which grants that many days off, especially in America. Rather, we just want to show how far you can stretch … Continue reading
Our first successful random airline roulette was in Dallas, Texas! What started out as just something to do during a long holiday ended up being a really fun adventure ahead!
Here’s how we managed to do this trip on a budget:
Spirit, an ultra low cost carrier flying from … Continue reading
Montego Bay, Jamaica: known for being a tourist paradise located less than an hour and 40 minutes from Miami International. I never thought I would get here, but I did, thanks to points, miles, and taking advantage of various promotions. We try to break down how we managed to go … Continue reading
As part of our motto here in A Journey We Love, we aim to travel more for well, less cost. We prioritize travel above most of our other expenses, and we also use creative ways to achieve that. Enter our travel hacking skills and our ability to find great deals! … Continue reading
2016 just started, but would you believe our 2016 calendar is nearly filled up? On this post, we share our 2016 Travels and Experiences on a Budget. Who says you have to live like a backpacker in order to travel more? And who says you have to leave your hometown just … Continue reading