The Frugal Traveler’s summer Mediterranean trip wasn’t all glorious beaches and fortuitous encounters. Here are some of the minor irritations.
After a summer touring the Mediterranean on a budget, the Frugal Traveler writes about some of the best things he encountered.
Seth Kugel reports on his summer projects of getting more exercise and learning to love (or, at least, like) olives.
On the final stop of his 10-week Mediterranean tour, Seth Kugel decided to stay with families and to check out summer music festivals and souks.
Understanding the layers of foreign influences on Cyprus was not to be done not just by looking at ruins. The Frugal Travel also had to observe the island in the present tense.
At Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Reserve, it is possible to see the Mediterranean in something close to its natural state, without the crowds, the development, and the high prices.
I take in a training session at the Monaco Grand Prix and search for the perfect medieval village — the kind with real people — near Nice.
For my trip around the Mediterranean, I’m asking readers to plan a fun-filled, smartly-themed, low-budget five-day trip to somewhere on the Italian coast.
Thursday’s the beginning of what sounds like a foolhardy adventure: high season in the Mediterranean on a budget.