There are 4 key values that we find important when traveling: improving our environmental impact, deeper personal experiences, more meaningful social relations, and supporting the local economy

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Choices with financial savings CAN put more stress on the environmental aspect (for example plane versus train or car), but not always. For food, the cheapest price should be local products. So preferably a street market instead of a supermarket full of imported products. And if you do shop in a supermarket try to find the local produce instead of imported avocados or bananas. For us, the nutritional part matters as well. We could eat cup noodles every day and spent around 1 EUR on food but that is not in our interest. So we shop for “good” food and keep a balance between nutrition and affordable products. Wherever we can, we drink from the tap. Water is our main source of life! We don’t drink much alcohol and don’t go to cafes very often so this bill stays pretty low…

https://weirdosabroad.wordpress.com/2020/11/09/money-money-money

You thought you could gild your soul with a spirituality and godliness that you would find high above the common condition of mankind

Keywords: Bali , chicken , demons , Candi Dasa , Denpasar , Hindu gods , Kuta beach , pollution , rice fields , ruins , Sanur beach , spirituality , travel , water gardens

How shallow and pathetic you are. Your hubris has led you here, to a pointless death and terminal insignificance

https://myroadlesstaken.com/i-wrestle-with-demons-in-bali

There’s nothing that screams “I am a tourist and I’m alone!” like stopping in the middle of the sidewalk to look at your Google Maps or a paper map

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Even though you are purposefully traveling alone, making friends along the way is one of the best parts of a solo trip, and chances are that you’ll keep track of them for years to come.

https://emilieonthemove.com/2020/08/19/the-solo-female-traveler

As somewhat new RV owners, we’ve found some things that we have found to be essential for us, and we have compiled a short list of those things we don’t want to travel without

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Already have some of your own favorites? We would love to hear them in the comments

https://www.trippinonvegan.com/rv-newbie-recommendations-for-your-new-camper

For a great weekend outing, take your family and friends out on one of the many hiking trips available

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Hiking trips will give you a chance to explore the beauty of the countryside and see some of the wonders of life, both good and bad. Your mind and body will thank you for taking the time to indulge yourself. It is well worth the time spent if you are dedicated to enjoying the outdoors and get in shape at the same time.

https://kimberyandrade.home.blog/2020/06/22/hiking-trips-will-let-you-re-connect-with-nature

Using a van for a socially-distant method of taking a holiday as the lock down restrictions ease in England and Scotland

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Although the lockdown is gradually easing, the coronavirus remains in circulation and until there is a vaccine it will likely have some impact on our lives. The most obvious impact is the need for us to avoid face-to-face and indirect (touching surfaces) contact with people outside our household or allowed bubble. Motorhomes are self-contained units which naturally allow this kind of separation.

https://ourtour.co.uk/home/5-tips-for-a-motorhome-staycation