As a companion to his 36 Hours in Queens article, the Frugal Traveler offers his budget-friendly outtakes. And there are plenty.
Four donkeys eat seaweed for breakfast. A teenager break dances in the surf. An old man nudges a coconut from a tree. And an entire town agrees on how to misspell crepes.
You have to work to get to this farmhouse restaurant, and it’s only open for lunch. But if you make it there, be prepared to eat a lot, and pay only a little.
Six days on the island for $600? Here’s how the Frugal Traveler pulled it off.
Supermarkets provide an insight into local life, serving as a collective community cupboard — and none more so than the ethnic markets of Los Angeles.
Here are five free or inexpensive places that aren’t mentioned in any of the four major guidebooks.
Going down to the last cent, and a few dollars more, to enjoy the full flavor of a $100 weekend in Austin, a city with a worldly heft all its own.
Christmas season was the perfect time to visit the villages of Trás-os-Montes, in the isolated northeast corner of Portugal.
Midtown Manhattan is famously overpriced. But it doesn’t have to be.
I’ve decided to take on two personal challenges during my Mediterranean trip: exercising regularly and learning to like olives.