When I went to Hong Kong last year, I used my own money so everything has to be on a budget. I’m also not a luxury traveler so I don’t really splurge on anything. As much as possible I like to take the most efficient and cost-effective ways when I fly out. Even for my Japan trip this year, despite traveling with my mom, I’m still always conscious about having an itinerary that wouldn’t break the bank. Thus, I’m starting this On A Budget segment for the tips and tricks that I think could help other people out.
After how many years, i was able to set foot on foreign soil again! Last year I blogged about the 20 things I’m going to do in my 20s and I wrote in it that I want to travel alone for graduation. I didn’t travel alone but I did fly out after graduation but with my friends and no one above 20 with us. It was just the four us girls, but we made it through. I actually didn’t think it would happen but it did, thanks to seat sales and Sophie’s mom’s credit card. LOL. But I’m glad I went with my friends, it was something new for me and I know in my heart that it will always be special, and because if it weren’t for them, I may have actually skipped going abroad altogether.