My name's Kalee, the girl behind Voyageur Kalee and I want to create and cultivate a life full of adventure. I create content comprised of travel guides, bucket lists, budget friendly locations & much more! Read more about me here.
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If you're a recent graduate, like me, who is struggling to find a job and overwhelmed by the process - read my story and advice here!
Flying to different countries from London is super easy. In this post, I show you 10 DOABLE weekend trips if your base is London. Happy Travels!
Eating in London on a budget is no easy task but I fully believe that it can be done if you know the right places to go. When I lived there, I didn't eat out a lot because I was constantly at my university - but when I did eat out, it was at places that were affordable yet amazing.
Ever wonder what it's actually like working in a hostel? The stuff people don't tell you? I do! Find out more about making friends, surviving the hostel environment (no pun intended) and having the adventure of a lifetime!
If you're like me and have a million destination ideas but not sure where to even start - Sksycanner is where you need to be! With it's 'Everywhere' search feature and add-ons for those interested - Skyscanner is a one-stop-shop when it comes to travel planning. See how it works...
Visiting London can often be overwhelming, especially if you're a tourist, but if you want to fit in like a local - follow my advice and you're a shoe in!
If you only have two days in New York, like I did, then you will want to see as much as possible! Within this post I have detailed where I went, where I stayed and how I got around! Please feel free to subscribe for an in-depth, 8 page NYC Travel Guide with a metro map included!
When people tell me that while I was working on my Master's degree I was on vacation I get irritated and defensive. This post is a honest, heartfelt opinion on this subject and if you are considering studying abroad in general - I suggest you read it!
In most people's minds, when you travel you have to have and spend a lot of money. I like to think that I proved that wrong on several of my trips. I went on a ten day, four country trip for less than $700. I also went on a 14 day, 5 country trip for less than $1000. Honestly, you can spend less than that if you really watch what you're spending your money on. I want to share a few tips on how you can travel on a budget but still get the most out of your trip abroad.
Let's face it, 2016 wasn't the greatest year for most people. However, I had an amazing year and I'd like to give you some advice on how you can make your 2017 GREAT.