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.
If that sounds like you too, then you’ve come to the right place!
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It’s tough waking up to this view every morning… Today is our third day of our trip! After our super fun day yesterday, it was a no-brainer that we would choose to check out Movie World! It’s a bit more of a hike to get there, but as we have the car, it’s all good. […]
[lwptoc numeration=”none” title=”Jump to:”] Kate and I leave home about 10.30pm the night before we are due to fly out to Japan and drive the 5 hours to Sydney. I stopped halfway for a little nap, but neither of us could sleep as we were too excited! Our flight is due to depart from Sydney…
Before we left for our trip, I had bought a 7-day holiday pass for entry into Sea World, Wet n Wild, and Movie World. Our biggest decision this morning was picking which park we would go to first. We decided that since Sea World was closest to where we were staying, we would check it…
I had really wanted to take the kids to the Gold Coast and the theme parks for quite some time now, but it was always financially out of reach to do a holiday like this. As soon as we were able to, I did some poking around on the internet and found a holiday package…
I’ve always wanted to travel but starting a family early meant that has been out of the question for some time now. I always told the kids that when they turned 18, I would take them to a destination of their choice. Then because I was getting a bit antsy, I lowered the age limit…
On the Easter long weekend I decided to take the kids to climb the summit of Mt Kosciuszko. I booked a motel through Booking.com, and like always, filtered by price and choose the cheapest one. We ended up at the Alpine Resort Motel. So we set off early from Junee on Good Friday, stopping at Kiandra heritage precinct…