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Posts Tagged ‘Budget Travel’


What is the Cheapest Airfare Search Engine? The Data Doesn’t Lie

Recently, I set out to discover which flight search engine offers the cheapest fares on average. When I started, I didn’t think that there would be much difference from one site to the next, but boy, was I wrong. In fact,...
by Jim Cheney


The Tripologist Reader Survey: I Want to Know What You Think

Recently, I’ve been making some changes to Over the last week, you’ve seen more posts, some new regular series, and an attempt to create more community on the site. Over the next month, I’ve g...
by Jim Cheney


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5 Things You Must Do Before Traveling Internationally

Any vacation is exciting and needs to be planned for, but extra planning is necessary when traveling internationally. When you arrive, you’ll likely be confronted with a completely new culture, maybe even a new language, ...
by Jim Cheney


Tripologist’s Top 10 Posts of 2012

2012 has been a fantastic year, and thanks to you, my loyal readers, Tripologist’s first full year has seen great success! I started the year in Japan, but spent the first two months living in South Korea before embarking...
by Jim Cheney


Skyscrapers towering above downtown Singapore.

Is Singapore Worth Visiting on a Backpacker’s Budget?

Singapore has long been known as one of the most expensive cities in the world to travel or live in. Of course, what do you expect from the country that has the highest number of millionaires in the world per capita. Sitting at...
by Jim Cheney

The Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo, Japan.

5 Free Things to Do in Tokyo, Japan

Any list of the world’s most expensive cities includes Tokyo, Japan. Visiting a city that is so atrociously expensive can be daunting for any traveler on a budget; however, despite the expensive cost of hotels and transpo...
by Jim Cheney