Traveling for a long time means living minimalistic, right from the backpack and it gives you valuable lessons of taking care of importnant things and not spending too much on things you can’t use on the way. That means no souvenirs! Almost 🙂 Here are some of the best markets we’ve been in these months and are also appropriate for the ones with a tighter budget: 1.) Sunday night market in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Hands down, the best market in Asia 🙂 We were so excited about it after…

It’s been already 303 days?? Seems surreal, it’s like we were planning and packing only couple of weeks ago. But then again, even memory of Nepal seems to be a bit hazy by now We’ve been traveling from January, we’ve visited 6 countries, lost 15 valuable things, shared one deodorant for quite some time, met some beautiful people and seen some crazy things 🙂 More than 20.000 people is following our journey, most from Slovenia, USA, UK, Germany, Brasil and Australia, and were thankful to every one. We’re…

Ok, that’s a bit harsh. But i got your attention didn’t I? 🙂 Myanmar is beautiful country that can not be missed but let’s face it, we are struggling with our budget of 42€ (53 $)/day this month. And we’re not taking any massages, buying souvenirs or eating in nice restaurants. Myanmar just recently opened its borders again to travelers and is becoming a very popular destination not only for organized tours (majority of tourists) but also for younger people backpacking in Asia. Flights from Bangkok are not…

After 4 months we’re back at the sea. It feels good, almost familiar. Warm salty air and coconut palms, white sand and turquoise water. Another paradise 🙂 It’s somehow different from Andamans, Mic says it’s like Croatia’s Dalmatia.

We spent four months in India and because we’re traveling for such a long time, we’ve mastered budget traveling. And we want to share it with you. You can take download an ebook with some tips and tricks about budget traveling (and beatutiful pictures, too!) in India here.