One Week Adventures

The 10 Best Things to Do in Quebec

Posted by in Destinations, Travel tips

About eight years ago, I decided to move permanently to Quebec. This is a place I am now proud to call home. Here’s a list of my favorite places to visit and top things to do in Quebec. Montréal Whether you arrive by plane, train, or car you will almost definitely start your trip in Montreal. Pick up a guide to spending a day in Montreal and discover the best of the city before exploring the rest of the province. Québec City The province’s capital and oldest city is where…read more

8 cheap destinations for a week under $500

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There are plenty of countries to explore on the cheap and in this blog post, I want to show you that, with good planning, traveling does not have to be that expensive. $500 for a week-long vacation gives you a budget of $62.5 per day for 8 days. Depending on your comfort expectations, you could even go down to $25-35 per day in the 8  countries below ($200-$280 for the week). But when you go on a one week adventure, the goal is not necessarily to travel on a backpacker’s budget,…read more

3 Easy ways to make money while booking your vacation

Posted by in Travel hacking, Travel tips

When you think ”vacation” it’s usually money going out of your pocket. But what if I told you it can also be the other way around. In this post, I show you 3 easy ways to make money while you book your next trip. OPTION #1: TRVL Have you heard of the website TRVL? They recently launched their updated version which allows you to make a commission on every hotel booking you make for yourself or your friends and family. In other words, you can now earn money as an…read more

Planning vs. Improvisation : 5 things to consider for your next trip

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The great thing about travelling is that you get to do exactly what you want. It’s up to you to decide at what time you wake up, where you go, what you eat, who you talk to, when you relax, when you sleep, etc. It’s something that we don’t get to do very often in our busy lives. We all have responsibilities, whether it’s a job, family, or any specific commitment, we always have to follow a schedule. When we travel, we don’t. That’s the beauty of it. And because…read more