A trip to Africa after ninth grade helped the Frugal Traveler cultivate a skill that would prove professionally useful years later.
I was on CBS This Morning with…Charlie Rose and Jane Pauley??? That’s totally cool. Talked about finding cheaper hotel rooms.
Budget travel used to be so easy: Get your travel agent to dig up the best airfare, pick a hotel with one “$” next to its name in a guidebook, and pray for the best.
The Frugal Traveler rings up some fun-uncle points by taking his nephews to Florida for a budget-friendly baseball adventure.
How did our Thanksgiving photo end up on a 15-foot ad in the Amazon?
A shop owner in the Amazonian town of Cametá sings of Sharon Stone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Lemuy Island, in the Chiloé Archipelago, is 37 square miles of hills, farms, dirt roads and ocean views.
When the Frugal Traveler spends the day with his young nephew in the Washington area, art is drawn, discussed and discovered, all for a song.
This eight-course street feast in Wuhan had everything — except seats, a set menu and an exorbitant price tag.
A proposal: Let’s forget the vague concept of “friendliest” and create a more precise measure of niceness. Here are seven suggestions to get the conversation going.