Is it More Dangerous to Travel Now than Before?

Is it more dangerous to travel now than before?

Last week, I read a story about a female tourist murdered in Belize (a beautiful but drug-troubled Caribbean island).  A few months before that, there was another female tourist killed in Nepal.  A few months before that, there were a few horror stories of some European women being raped in India.  And … Continue reading

Travel Depression and Coping with it

This weekend has been particularly tough for me. I realized I’m not enjoying my full time job, and I would like to do something else that will allow me to explore and travel the world. I can’t particularly quit, not just yet, as I am still learning the ins and … Continue reading

A budget trip to New York City

Budget Trip to NYC

New York is an expensive city to live and visit – with higher tax rates, limited space, and millions of tourists converging to the Big City, there’s only so much resources and space to share. However,  in this article, we try to give you tips on how to survive New … Continue reading

An Orlando New Years Weekend Getaway

Orlando Weekend Getaway

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 Travels and Experiences on A Budget

2016 in Frugal Travel

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

How much should you spend on Travel?

How Much Spend on Travel

This is one of the most important questions that we ask ourselves every single chance we can: How much should you spend on Travel?

 

I was doing the December 2015 budget a few days ago, and I got the idea to look at not just how much we spend … Continue reading