Hola! My name is Jenny Chu. I was born and raised in California, lived in Las Vegas for a couple years and now I’ve been living abroad in Barcelona for 3+ years. I’m a proud owner of a lovely Shiba Inu (Señor Nobu) I’m a breast cancer survivor, snowboarder, foodie, and now I spend my time looking for great travel deals and writing ultimate budget travel blogs.
Out of all the countries I visited in Asia this was my favorite and I would definitely come back to spend more time on the different islands. Did you know that the Philippines has over 7,000 islands?! Although I preferred being in Cebu for all of the water adventures, here you’ll find my budget travel guide to Manila & Cebu. Overview I felt pretty safe. Everyone here speaks perfect English (I would… Read More
This Lisbon travel blog is a budget friendly guide of hot instagram photo spots to check out when visiting.
Prague is one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities that I have ever been to. Unfortunately traveling in May brought rain for most of our 3 day trip there, and in my opinion you only need 2 full days to see the majority of the historical sites. Here is my Budget Travel Guide to Prague. Suggestions Currency:1 USD = 23 CZK (They call it korunas) Currency exchange locations at the airport… Read More
Is Porto safe? Generally speaking, yes. From my experience, I realized no matter where you are, you must always travel with caution and never leave anything valuable in the car. So many things happened in the 24 hours when we were in Porto. Toll roads malfunctioned and did not accept credit card payments. Our rental car was broken into. The Air B&B was a dump. To final straw was the bf losing… Read More
How to Ski or Snowboard Whistler on a Budget? It is 100% achievable! With a combination of credit card points and my Epic Season Pass, Whistler has become my cheapest destination. Tired of short runs and long lift lines? Whistler has some of the longest runs I’ve ever done and since these mountains are combined (Whistler & Blackcomb) with the Peak 2 Peak Gondola you won’t really find that long of lift… Read More
Traveling with a large group of people can really bring down the price of your lodging, not to mention group rates for activities and extremely low taxi fares per person. With the use of points and great Air B&B prices due to the low season, I calculated that flights and lodging cost me $143 in total. Here in my Ultimate Travel Guide To Peru, you’ll find out where to stay, where to… Read More
Malta is an underrated travel destination. Did you know that Malta has 3 islands? I’ll show you how you can travel around Malta on a budget. This year for my birthday I decided to do a quick getaway trip to Malta. I had never even heard of it until I saw a Buzzfeed video of Malta and then videos of the beautiful Blue Lagoon. We definitely explored much more than that. Malta… Read More
This Travel Guide To Berlin On A Budget will give you tips on where I stayed, how to get around using public transportations, things to see and what to eat.Get ready for a change of scenery because as my friends mentioned this city is really “grungy and grimy.” Berlin is full of history, graffiti art and has a hipster-ish feel. It lacks the charm that most other European cities have because most… Read More
Did you know that Budapest is divided into two different areas? Buda which is on the west side of the Danube River and Pest which is on the east side. This Budget Travel Guide To Budapest will give you tips on where to stay, what to see (Instagram Worthy Locations), where to eat and how to get around using public transportation. My friend and I spent two days there and it was… Read More
Toronto in the summer reminds me of California….except the people here are nicer. This was a work/leisure trip and I’m so glad that I got to hang out with some of my friends who I hadn’t seen in a long time! This Budget Travel Guide To Toronto will give you tips on where to stay, what to see (Instagram Worthy Locations), where to eat and how to get around using public transportation…. Read More