Posted on 02/25/2012 Updated on 03/12/2012
Cinque Terra, Italy
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I would love to pick your brain about living in Europe. I’m heading there next week with a one way ticket and would love some tips. Did you manage to work there at all? PS. Thanks for the “LIKE” on my Real Cost Of Travel – Greece! It’s nice to know that people appreciate me counting my pennies when I travel.
Where in Europe are you headed to? I’ll be happy to share some info.
I volunteered with the USO and did local work “cleaning houses” for my spending money. I really liked your article on the Real Cost of Travel. I track my expenses when I travel, but have never put into any kind of format. I should!
I’m moving to Hamburg, Germany. No papers just going in hopes of finding cash work… fingers crossed! Any tips you have would be so great!
I found a handy excel worksheet here:
I’ve modified mine but this was a great thing to work off of!
Thanks for the link! It looks very useful. I always keep my receipts per trip and look for ways to keep costs down. This should be a big help.
So you’ll be in northern Germany. I lived in southern Germany in Stuttgart (Baden-Wurttemberg) about 45 minutes from the Black Forest region. I was able to find work (no work visa) cleaning houses for locals. As Germans are huge pet lovers, maybe you could pick up some work to walk dogs. Check local markets and just ask neighbors or friends of your uncle. Germany I found was overall very safe and clean. I took local public transportation mostly with no issues. How long will you be in Hamburg?
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