10 things I learnt by not having a home for a year

This post is a little bit different. During my final year of medical school I decided I would not rent a place in London whilst I studied. I chose placements that provided accommodation, stayed with friends and traveled a lot. I usually spent just a few weeks in each place at a time and always had a backpack and suitcase with me as I carried everything I needed for over a year with me. Here are a few things I learnt:

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Best budget bed in Costa Rica: Bolita Rainforest Hostel (Osa Peninsula)

I always choose the cheapest hostel. Some were disgusting, some were scary, and some give me nightmares until this day. Luckily, by going budget, I have also discovered some of the most amazing, cosy and unique hostels in the world. This series of posts will give you some ideas of where to go for a budget break that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Best budget bed in Costa Rica: Bolita Rainforest Hostel (Osa Peninsula)”

Best budget bed in Belize: Tiny Houses (Belmopan)

I always choose the cheapest hostel. Some were disgusting, some were scary, and some give me nightmares until this day. Luckily, by going budget, I have also discovered some of the most amazing, cosy and unique hostels in the world. This series of posts will give you some ideas of where to go for a budget break that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Best budget bed in Belize: Tiny Houses (Belmopan)”

Best budget bed in Georgia: Hostel Ajime (Telavi)

I always choose the cheapest hostel. Some were disgusting, some were scary, and some give me nightmares until this day. Luckily, by going budget, I have also discovered some of the most amazing, cosy and unique hostels in the world. This series of posts will give you some ideas of where to go for a budget break that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Best budget bed in Georgia: Hostel Ajime (Telavi)”

Best budget bed in Guatemala: La Iguana Perdida (Lake Atitlan)

I always choose the cheapest hostel. Some were disgusting, some were scary, and some give me nightmares until this day. Luckily, by going budget, I have also discovered some of the most amazing, cosy and unique hostels in the world. This series of posts will give you some ideas of where to go for a budget break that won’t break the bank.

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Best budget bed in Slovakia: The Ginger Monkey (Tatra Mountains)

I always choose the cheapest hostel. Some were disgusting, some were scary, and some give me nightmares until this day. Luckily, by going budget, I have also discovered some of the most amazing, cosy and unique hostels in the world. This series of posts will give you some ideas of where to go for a budget break that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Best budget bed in Slovakia: The Ginger Monkey (Tatra Mountains)”

Visiting an entire country in 3 days? If it’s called Cyprus, you might just be able to!

Shilpa had been asking me for many months about wanting to visit my home country, Cyprus, but unfortunately due to our contrasting schedules it didn’t seem to be working out. Luckily, however, we both found out in the summer that we’d be free during the Christmas holidays, meaning she could finally come over to visit! Except that, she would have only 3 days… 3 days is enough to visit an entire country, right? 😬 After all, Cyprus is such a small island… I tried to reassure myself. Oh yeah, and she was looking forward to enjoying the sun in a warm country, so December’s the perfect timing for that, right? Continue reading “Visiting an entire country in 3 days? If it’s called Cyprus, you might just be able to!”

Free and cheap things to do in Sarajevo

I love Sarajevo (the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina). It is a place I would happy grow old in. B&H was not kind to us when we were trying to hitchhike but after failing to hitch out of Sarajevo, I was secretly happy to return to our Sarajevan sanctuary for a final night.

You could spend a long time here but at the very least stay a few days to soak up the atmosphere. There are plenty of free things to keep you entertained.

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GUEST POST: Sydney vs Melbourne- Melbourne Edition

Thank you to Roshni Bhudia for writing this post!

Melbourne – Mouth-watering munching and magnificent man-made wonders

Melbourne = foodie’s paradise complete with candy floss clouds! From super thick hot chocolate in Hug Mugs at Max Branner’s chocolate bar to some insanely creative donuts (must give a shout out to the humorously named vegan donuts by Doughnut Time!), there is something for everyone. Continue reading “GUEST POST: Sydney vs Melbourne- Melbourne Edition”

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