HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget financial diet

You are viewing this post: HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget financial diet



In this episode, Chelsea talks to Julia Menez of Geobreeze Travel about getting back to travel post-COVID, how to start travel hacking, and the most BS …

Images related to the topic financial diet

HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget
HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget

Search related to the topic HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget

#HowTo #Travel #Hack #Budget
HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget
financial diet
See all the latest ways to make money online: See more here
See all the latest ways to make money online: See more here

See also  The Best เกมส์ ออกแบบ ชุด นาง แบบ 2022
See also  Best รูน เมเทโอ New Update

Articles compiled by Pilgrimjournalist.com. See more articles in category: FINANCE

25 thoughts on “HowTo Travel Hack At Any Budget financial diet”

  1. I hate Julia’s comment “I’m very lucky that I almost never do solo travel.” I’m a female who frequently does international solo travel, and I love it. I think people are way more friendly and helpful with female solo travelers, and it’s way easier to meet people. Of course, there are some destinations where female solo travel is not as practical, but where it makes sense, it is a blessing and not a curse!

    Reply
  2. I don‘t know if the „Go to Russia without any paperwork by making a Baltic cruise“ thing is really clever because you are not allowed to enter russian soil on your own- all you can do is to participate in the official cruise tours so your access is very limited and very often the tours are amazingly expensive and will lead you to worse places. I.e. if you travel to St. Petersburg and want to see a ballet (like most tourists do), most of the tours will not bring you to the famous mariinski theatre but to some third class ballets or if they go to the mariinski it will cost you up to 5 times more than it would have been if you bought the tickets directly on the mariinski website AND hired one of those agencies for your visa paperwork.

    Reply
  3. On the environment stuff, people are so quick to criticise you for doing one thing that they're don't do, when they don't know anything else about your lifestyle. I've been vegan since I was 18, have never owned a car, my house is entirely powered by solar and I go shopping about twice a year but I like using plastic straws so therefore I'm evil and have the environment

    Reply
  4. Your hacker is wrong about when to book. There are scheduled time period breaks in SABRE that automatically change when hotel and airline rates go up. THe breaks are 90 days out, 30 days out, and 14 days out. It's actually a numerical value in the SABRE rate code when the flights are originally programmed in. In addition, there are algorithms which adjust rates based on increases in occupancy.

    Reply
  5. Buying tickets on Tuesdays: not a thing but there are two different rates that are programmed in by the airlines – weekday and weekend rates. You will pay a lower fare if you are traveling on Monday-Wednesday vs. Thursday-Sunday.

    Reply
  6. When she asked about why its mostly white men in the travel hacking community, while I cannot speak on that, most frequent flyer programs were created to provide personal incentive for business travel in order to encourage business loyalty to airlines and then credit card companies. It started out as a B2B incentive and as its moved into personal travel and personal finance overtime, that bias from who the program was created for was originally baked in. Or at least that's my best guess as a career travel agent.

    Reply
  7. Make sure to ask your Airbnb host how to use the washer. In Portugal, I felt like such a ding dong trying to figure it out (haha) then I had to bring wet clothes to Spain where I had to finish drying. Yeah lost some clothes but lesson learned.

    Reply
  8. I found the conversation really interesting, but wasn't terribly impressed by the discussion around the ecological concerns of travel hacking. I suppose it depends on how much you travel and why, but her entire lifestyle and business is centred around taking flights. Off-setting, eating less meat, driving less, etc is a way to justify something, frequent airplane travel, that is ecological just non-justifable.

    Reply

Leave a Comment