Yes. It's possible. No, we didn't couch-surf or hitchhike. In fact, we rented a car. Neither did we live on a diet of bread and water. Restaurants for us, thank you very much. We're on holiday, not bootcamp. We still spent less than 2,800 SGD though. All we did, was Choose The Right Countries. (If you've been following us, you'll know A Girl & A Bald Traveller is a blog on Realistic YET Affordable travel; mostly to Exotic destinations. (FAQ) Want to read about Paris or Milan?
Portugal. Exotic? Well.....to be honest, I wasn't so sure Portugal was exotic enough for me to bother blogging about. After all, A Girl & A Bald Traveller is a blog focused mostly on exotic travel. (I use mostly, because an exception was made for "The Girl's" 1st Solo Trip to Japan) Now, Singaporeans have this concept, that wherever the queues are the longest, the "food/discount/product" is probably the best. This "logic" applies not only for food and "good deals", but extend
It's a wide wide world out there; and all we've seen, barely registers. Most Singaporeans (Not All) are happy to shut themselves away from most of the world's wonders. They are content to see visit the places their friends have been, travel to places they "Think" are safe, or simply; shop their way into credit card debt for the latest Chanel bag in Paris so they can impress the commuters on the MRT after their holidays. The world is huge, but they don't see it. (Photo Gallery
I know, this is a very "debatable" topic. Afterall, everyone has their own idea of where they think the best countries are to buy luxury watches; especially the self proclaimed "watch experts". When I say "Best", i'm refering to not just the pricing (though these countries are certainly among the cheapest), but also the number of choices available. Eg; The chances of picking up not just a cheap watch, but also a rare watch. (There only 11 Countries in this post. 12 is a typo.