Practical Travel Resources

Travel Resources

I have been to over 16 countries and have learned so much! Not only have I learned so much about different places but I have also learned how to save a ton of money, time and hassle when it comes to traveling. Traveling is so wonderful and it doesn’t have to break the bank or cost you your sanity either.

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Cheap Flights

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Websites & Apps

Cheap Accommodation

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The Sleepy Bear Inn, Jasper, AB.

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Female Travelers

Community Facebook Groups:

  • Ladies Leaving Footprints: This group is one that I created for anyone identifying as female who wish to empower each other to travel and live more sustainably. Group members are encouraged to add any articles, photos or questions to the group.
  • Girls LOVE Travel: Group for anyone identifying as female who loves to travel. Group members often post photos or ask other members for advice when visiting certain areas.
  • Female Travel Bloggers: This group is for anyone identifying as female who is a travel blogger. Female Travel Bloggers has been super helpful for me figuring out how to do this whole blogging thing.

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Tips for this section are coming soon.

Health Abroad

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Passports & Logistics

Planning a Surprise Trip

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Travel Guides

Guide Books on Amazon

  • Lonely Planet Guide Books*
    I use Lonely Planet Guide Books on almost all my trips. They’re perfect to bring along in case you don’t have wifi or your phone dies.

General Travel Apps

  • Been: A fun way to look at all the countries you’ve visited.
  • Currency Converters: Allow you to use a currency conversion calculator on the go.
  • Duolingo: Great for if you’re wanting to learn the local language.
  • Google Translate: Good for when you don’t understand the local language and need to find a translation.
  • Trip Advisor: Allows you to check online reviews of different restaurants, tour companies and hotels.
  • Maps Me: Allows you to download a map of the area you’re in so you can use it with or without wifi.