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How to Travel on Your Own, But Never Actually Be Alone

Posted February 24, 2015 by Recultured Team

Travelling on your own is awesome. YOU get to decide all the where, when, and whats, and even get to eat whatever YOU feel like. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make some amazing friends while you’re doing you. Here are seven tips to help you find people to share your adventures with along the way! Lonely? Never.

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Couchsurfing Part I: The Basics

Posted February 27, 2012 by Recultured Team

In one of my last articles, I talked about backpacking and staying in hostels. Yet hostels aren’t the only option for accommodation when backpacking or travelling on a budget. Couchsurfing is an idea and a website that’s taken off in recent years. Couchsurfing is for travellers who want to meet new people and perhaps save some money […]

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Is Backpacking For You?

Posted November 22, 2011 by Recultured Team

I’m a huge advocate for backpacking. Packing everything into one bag, staying in hostels and taking the road less travelled by is everything travelling means to me. Among young people, and university students in particular, backpacking seems the preferred mode of travel too – after all, it is the cheapest way of getting around on […]

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Essentials of Backpacking

Posted September 5, 2011 by Recultured Team

Backpacking across a country is a wonderful opportunity to explore a city and discover what you are truly made of. Backpacking provides unlimited flexibility with your itinerary, while keeping your cost down. This section we are going to discuss the essential items to take you with you to make your backpacking trip headache free.

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Where the Party at when Backpacking?

Posted September 5, 2011 by Recultured Team

Backpacking across any country is a wonderful experience. Since we’re young and want to have a good time, you have to party in another country. One of the drawbacks of being a backpacker to a new unfamiliar city is not knowing “where the best club/pub/bar to party at.”

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