World Travel and Cheap Living

A lot of new visitors have stopped by this Cheapest Destinations blog for the first time in the past couple weeks. So if you’re new, here’s where to get started on catching up. These are the most popular posts over the past 30 days.

The Cheapest Places to Live – 2010

Quit Your Job, See the World

7 Ways to Offset Your Round-the-World Travel Expenses

Cheapest Places to Live – Ecuador

How to Get Free Flights More Quickly

Amazing Places Not Swarming with Tourists

How to Get Around Spirit Air’s Baggage Extortion

And the most popular category of all? Cheap Travel Europe. I wish I had the magic answer to that one, but apart from a few destinations, you’ve got to suck it up and pay on that continent. But in my opinion, the best place to start looking for deals is

  1. Optionar

    I’m not really a cheapskate but, these are valuable tips and information!

  2. Spencer

    I don’t mind paying a bit more for decent accommodation and services but these tips are great. Thanks!

  3. Teri Green

    There’s really so much and so many things you can actually do on how to live cheap and it all depends on you and how willing you are to do them, from coupon collection to walking up to where you might wanna go. From saving utility use and what to buy for food. What you need is self control and discipline, anyway, all of these things that you will be doing will also be for you on or during your retirement stage to strecth your dollar savings.

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