It takes a little bit of work but you really can find an affordable one-way car rental–you simply have to get creative and approach the process from different angles. Spend a little extra time and energy upfront and you’ll spend less money in the long run. Here are my top three tips for saving big on a one-way car rental:
If you don’t do your research and show up in search of the solitary Monterey Cypress standing sentinel on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Pacific Ocean, what sticks with you after your visit may not be the warm memories of a leisurely drive along a spectacular stretch of coastal California. Instead, you may be left reeling from sticker shock.
The past two weeks have been fulfilling–and full–as I’ve made my way north through the Pacific coast states.
I can’t believe it’s been a month since I last posted but it’s been time well spent. I found a new place to live, I’m in the process of moving, and I’m in the middle planning my most epic trip EVER. Yes, I said it: EVER.
I’m beyond excited for the first installment of Weekend Wanderlust for One, an exciting collaboration with some of my favorite bloggers who show you how they’d do a long weekend alone and on the cheap. Basically, I give them a budget of $500USD and ask them to plan a trip to a destination less than four hours from their hometowns… [Keep reading…]
Sometimes to best way to tell your parents you’re traveling again is with a little creative storytelling…
Driving over 3,000 miles alone in a small, silver sedan with nothing but the sound of my own voice and the asphalt beneath to keep me company became so much more than a physical journey, more than just the transference of metal and flesh from one place to the next. As the miles rolled past, the road shared its secrets with me, the gentle hum of revolving tires like a whispered chant.