Many students feel as though they just can’t take a road trip during their downtime. When they’re on such a tight budget, how on earth can they afford to travel? It’s easier than you’d think. With a little planning and a good budget, you can do it. Here’s the best tips to help you take that road trip without breaking the bank.
Pick Cheaper Places to Stay
Picking good places to stay on your trip can save you a huge bundle in cash. The best and cheapest options are camp sites, when...Read More
Adelaide is slowly but steadily becoming one of those cities that world travellers put on their maps as a must-see place, and rightfully so, as it’s beautiful architecture, vibrant lifestyle and breathtaking natural scenery make it one of the best spring escapades you can make in the Land Down Under.
And if you don’t have excessive amounts of money on you disposal – don’t worry, nobody expects you to bust the bank in order to experience the best this city has to offer. We’re going to run you...Read More
There are few people who don’t like picnics, especially when the weather is nice. Not many things are better than enjoying nature in company of those you love, with fine and carefully prepared food and drinks.
Unlike those from the past, present-day picnics don’t feature furniture, silver cutlery and servants running around in an attempt to please their masters. Everything is less formal, but that doesn’t mean that it’s less enjoyable. Even if you don’t have much time to organise every single detail,...Read More
Summer is the time for adventures, so many of you might decide to engage in a fun road trip. Whether it’s a cross country trip or a short one, you will need something to keep you fresh and energized. That is why you should always be prepared and pack some snacks and drinks.
Nuts for Snacks
The most popular snacks are crisps, but they are packed with sugar. For hot days on the road, you will need something that has more nutrients. Thus, nuts make a perfect snack for the road. They are travel-friendly, salty...Read More
It’s hard enough trying to remember all the laws of your own country, let alone memorising those from overseas. When you’re next in any of these countries, make a note of these driving laws which could catch you out.
Don’t stop for pedestrians – China
Kicking it off with a doozy, this Chinese law actively encourages you to continue forwards, even if you see a pedestrian coming. You should obviously be very careful and drive safe no matter what the rules are. If you need legal advice regarding personal...Read More
The Rocky Mountains are considered one of the most dramatic landscapes of the USA. This region, known for skiing in winter, is ideal for road trips during the hot summer days. Our Free RVs can take you there.
Denver – Idaho Springs (33 miles)
The 40-minute drive from Denver to Idaho Springs will take through some of the most beautiful parks outside Denver, a perfect introduction to the Rockies. The first stop is Centennial Cone Park with its 12-mile trail loop, leading to the majestic view of Clear Creek. If...Read More