Renting on Your Round the World Trip

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Ditch the hostels, hotels, and guesthouses. Save money on trips of any length by renting at rates as low as $30 a night.

Why Glamping In Colombia Is Your Next Indie Travel Adventure

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Escape city travel and support local business by glamping in San Gil, Colombia.

Traveling Georgia As a Solo Female Traveler

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I undertook a solo trip to Georgia (as a woman), taking in about 15 cities and sites in three weeks. Don’t be afraid to travel here alone!

The Unexpected Perks of Staying in a Hostel

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Hostels have become more than just a cheap place to spend the night.

Pros and Cons of House Sitting

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Housesitting is a brilliant budget travel solution, but is it right for you?

Travel Accommodation for $1 Per Night? There’s An App For That

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James Asquith is the Official Guinness World Record holder for being the youngest person to travel to every country in the World (before the age of 25). Now he’s the founder of a new app that was inspired by his journey: Holiday Swap.

The Majestic Hotel and The Top 7 Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

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The Majestic continues to offer British cuisine and cocktails in a glamorous art deco atmosphere, with service that would put a Cunard ocean liner to shame.

8 Things that Separate Great Hostels from Average Hostels

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Hostels come in all shapes and sizes with varying amenities. After a year of round-the-world travel, Adam Seper is comfortable declaring which 8 amenities separate the great hostels from the so-so hostels.

Do You Want to Open Your Own Hostel?

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Opening a hostel is not an uncommon dream among travelers who return from a trip around the world, but is the dream the same as the reality? After turning a parking lot into a 132 bed hostel in Kyoto, Japan, Nobu Tabata speaks to Jo Fitzsimons about the highs and lows of the hostel business.

Why You Should Hostel with Your Family

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Hosteling is not just for the young gap-year traveler anymore. Jennifer Miller shows families how to choose a hostel, what to pack, how to make the most of the experience, and maybe even score a private room. (Hint: have more kids!)