SUITS ME TO A TEA
My best tip is to pack a reusable coffee cup when travelling and have tea bags in my handbag. Whenever we stop at a cafe I ask if they could fill up my cup with hot water (most cafes will do this for free or charge 50¢), then I put in my own tea bag and voila a cup of tea made the way I like. This helps the environment by having a reusable cup and also saves me money. The positives definitely outweigh the negatives. SARAH BRAUMAN
BEAT THE RUMMAGE
If heading to different locations with big shifts in temperature, pack your clothes for each day in plastic bags in your luggage bag. Saves rummaging and keeps remaining clothes weather proof. And pack extra resealable bags to accommodate damp towel and shoes if hiking. MARTINA LINDSAY
As a family of four, we went to Thailand on a limited budget. Prior to going we researched places of interest we wanted to visit. When we arrived we found a local travel agent and bought all our adventure tickets through them after a hearty barter. We also found a local driver who took us to places of interest and guided us around.
Just remember to set the prices prior to commencement of travel. We went with $4000 and came home with money and never missed out on anything. CHARLI BOURKE
TAKE A CHAMOIS
If you are hiring a motor home for your next getaway, I suggest you take a chamois to wipe the inside of the windows in the mornings. There is