Thanks so much for dropping by the Frugal Female Abroad! My name is Beth and I’ll be your host.
As the name suggests, I love travelling and I try and take affordable trips that anyone can emulate. My favourite types of adventures are very active ones. I love walking around and exploring new places, including hiking and bushwalking. I also love seeing things, learning things and experiencing new cultures and food.
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After three days in Penang, it was time for Amy and me to catch our flight to Kuching. Kuching is the capital city of Sarawak, on the island of Borneo. The flight from Penang to Kuching is only 2 hours. On this flight, the passenger next to me strikes up a conversation and he recommends […]
If you’re looking for things to do in Penang, look no further than the street art installations around George Town. The street art in Penang was one of the activities I was most looking forward to when I visited Malaysia. I had caught a travel show segment on tv about it and I was excited…
I had a few days left in my 3-week itinerary to fill up and so I decided that while I was in Argentina, I would visit Uruguay from Buenos Aires. I looked around and discovered that I could catch a ferry from Buenos Aires to Colonia del Sacramento directly. It sounded like a perfect way…
I travelled to Nepal to complete the Annapurna Base Camp trek in March 2019. It was an amazing experience and I’m so grateful for the opportunity. As I was unsure about the ease of travelling around Nepal, I decided to purchase an all-inclusive package from Webjet Exclusives. I picked this trek over the Everest Base…
The Annapurna Base Camp trek is a 9-day trek that starts a short distance from Pokhara. I booked a tour through Webjet Exclusives and travelled to Nepal in March 2019. If you’d like to have a look at the trip, check out my videos. Other Information
The Annapurna Base Camp trek is one of the most amazing hikes you can go on. It is quite hard, but it is very rewarding. That first glimpse of Machapuchare (Fish Tail) or Annapurna makes all your aches suddenly disappear! But what exactly do you need to have on your Annapurna Base Camp trek packing…