Category Archives: Budgeting & Costs

Van Life Europe – Our Costs For A Month In France

Van Life Europe - How much does it all cost? - France

Taking the decision to live in a motorhome full-time and opting to live more freely has drastically changed our way of life as well as reducing our monthly outgoings. After spending our first few months in our van in the UK, we decided on trying out van life in Europe in search of more adventure. […]

Tulum On A Budget – How To Visit Paradise For A Fraction Of The Price!

Tulum On A Budget - How To Visit Paradise For A Fraction Of The Price

Fancy spending time in the beautiful Tulum and relaxing on a stunning beach in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve all on a serious budget? We spent two weeks in Tulum on a budget of $38US // £28GBP a day, for two, whilst still enjoying everything the area has to offer. Cheap living was our main […]

Cost Guide – What We Spent Travelling Colombia

Cost Guide - What We Spent Travelling Colombia - Destination Addict

Colombia is one of the most diverse countries on the planet, not just in scenery but in every single way. We were so excited to get stuck into its culture, learn some more about its interesting history and have the choice of Caribbean coast, mountain ranges, jungles and amazing cities. Colombia being so self sustainable […]

Heading to Whistler? Our Money Saving Tips For British Columbia’s Top Resort

Destination Addict - Catching the gondela up Whistler mountain on a powder day

Whistler Having done both a winter and summer season in Whistler there are some things that would have helped us out massively before going there to settle in. Whether you are going for a holiday or to spend the season there here are a few hacks, tips and information on Whistler that we gained from […]

Cost Guide – What We Spent Backpacking In Guatemala

Cost Guide - What We Spent Backpacking In Guatemala

Guatemala was next on our itinerary after spending a month in Mexico. We were excited to learn even more about the Mayan influences, learn about their culture and were really looking forward to sampling some of Guatemala’s cuisine. The biggest draw to backpacking in Guatemala though was the landscape; mountains, volcanoes and lakes definitely sounded […]