Pulse: The Budgets and Baby Wipes Edition


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Pulse is a round-up of the best travel writing of the week on the web, published every Sunday, so that you can spend your day relaxing and reading rather than searching.

This week we share some of the web’s best budget travel advice and one of the most underrated travel tools — baby wipes.

Boracay on a Budget: A World-Class Island in the Philippines on $23 a Day
Sabrina Iovino gives readers a step-by-step guide to planning their budget vacation to Boracay — a world-class destination that was voted No. 2 in Travel and Leisure’s best beaches of 2013.

10 Uses for Baby Wipes When Traveling
Mary Chong tells us why baby wipes are one of her essential travel tools, and none of her uses for them involve babies’ butts. Looking for a more sustainable version? Follow her link and learn how to make your own baby wipes.

I’m a Budget Traveler, But I Don’t Mind Spending Money
Budget traveling doesn’t always mean the cheapest option is the only option. Discover where Earl spends a little extra cash to enrich his overall travel experience.

Budget Travel Tips: Eating Budget Chinese Food Like A Local
Christina Gmyr not only shows readers how to eat the best cuisine in China on a budget, she encourages adventurous taste buds and explains why, “China is a land of the weirdest food you could ever imagine.”

Easter Island on a Budget
Without claiming that Easter Island is anything close to a budget travel destination, Ashray and Zara teach readers how to save some big bucks when planning (and executing) their trip to see the Moai.

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About the Author: Courtney McCaffrey

Courtney McCaffrey is a travel writer and editor based in Wilmington, N.C, Mexico and around the world. In addition to writing, she lives for travel - seeing new places, experiencing new cultures and surfing new waves.


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