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BUDGET TRAVEL: What Does it Cost to Travel the World??

Budget travel tips for traveling around the world on a budget.
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Gabriel Morris is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990. He is author of “Following My Thumb”, a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and of several other books. Visit https://gabrieltraveler.com for lots more info about his travel writing, photography, videos, budget travel tips and much more.

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BUDGET TRAVEL: What Does it Cost to Travel the World??
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  1. radiosification Reply

    That was an insanely expensive hamburger! You can go to normal fast food places in London and get burgers for around £2 or £3. Or even the McDonalds saver ones that are just £1. Although yeah London is a very expensive place to eat out.

  2. Desert Eagle Reply

    u need to come back to north america and stock up on some bodyfat before you go out for your next adventure bruh you could pass up on some rice and veggies and have a couple good old fashioned cheeseburgers :^)

    btw thats sick that you were working in a national park

  3. Mark Santucci Reply

    I have a few questions when you went to India as far as payments what did you bring?
    credit cards did you bring cards with no foreign transaction fees, cards with foreign transaction fees or both did you bring any cards with no foreign transaction fees but didn't work out in Greece and India?
    did you bring your debit card , did you bring any travelers checks?

  4. colton thompson Reply

    hey I hope u respond to this … what should I do, im 16 but am dieing to drift around.im living in a town were I cant be me.. I need to get out.

  5. Holly Sharpe Reply

    you do not look a day over 30!

  6. sobefobik Reply

    Thanks for your videos. Curious, I'm planning a trip to India within the next year or so and I'll definitely be on a budget. Is $5 a night pretty standard all throughout India for a hotel, or is that mostly in rural areas? My plan is to actually rent an apartment, if I can, in Kolkata or Delhi and then travel around as I need. If that's true, you could get a hotel for $150 a month…which sounds like it might be cheaper than an apartment (I've read it's about $200-300 a month). Though since I'm planning on staying there a year, I would rather have a base. Have you seen what apartments cost in those areas? Is it best to arrive first and then search for a place, or is it best to book online before you go?

  7. Oliver Deamond Reply

    Love your videos man but i can't believe your 42! I thought you were my age. 27! 

  8. marc fouqret Reply

    are you ever worried about safety regarding traveling in india? what do you usually look out for in such remote locations?

  9. MalikBilalHussain Reply

    How much would it cost to travel in India and Nepal for 2 months ?

  10. Arthur Silva Reply

    The psycho traveller is the only one on YouTube, who can actually come up with an average dollar amount for budget backpackers. She is the only one, everyine else talks for a loooooong time and throw a bunch of numbers around, pretty confusing.

  11. Camille Reicherter Reply

    I am planning on doing one month in Indonesia and one month in India…. I am so glad you posted this, and your other videos, really helping me out! I would love to know some places you stayed at in India South Goa area – also if you know of a cheap way to get around India say to visit the north delhi ? I'm planning to go with friends to Indonesia but think I will be solo in India so I really would love to chat with you about India if possible…. just a little worried being in a foreign country as a young woman by myself …. I'd like to get the most info I can gathered before I go (Oct/Nov)

  12. mancityman11 Reply

    Follow up question regarding guest houses in India: how did u find the guest houses u stayed at? Just stumble upon them? Or research ahead of time?

  13. Elaine Sarantakos Reply

    Our Canadian. 🙂 

  14. Justin Holme Reply

    Wow $15 a day in India, amazing! Thanks.

  15. Dave Ball Reply

    Great video Dude, just what i was looking for. Thanks :D

  16. James Roberts Reply

    Hi Gabriel , glad to see you home safe. Can I just ask , id that 10, 000 USD or Canadian ?

  17. Seán Rice Reply

    Very helpful! Thanks 

  18. mistereddie129 Reply

    Hey Gabriel! Sorry I haven't commented on your previous vids since you got back. Just have been so busy. Great tips for backpacking by the way! Also do you think you could go to asia for about 5 months with 8,000 dollars? I know you said 10,000 lasted you 7 months but Im just curious if you think I could last on that. Also do you think you could explain visa rules for Asia? I told you Im going on my trip once Im done with college, but Im trying to get everything set up now so Im prepared. Also what were your hotel experiences? Such as cleanliness and bed bugs and such. Travel safe, looking forward to your upcoming vids!

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