Well, since my last post, everything is the same, well...Almost, I got a 25% raise on my salary :D
That made me realize that I've been spending a lot of money lately, in stuff that I don't need, or at least I don't need one so expensive. Now, thinking about what may be worth saving for, two possible options are at the top of my head, one, is to get the fuck out of my parents house and rent an apartment (I'm 22 btw), and the other is to save a shit load of cash, taking advantage of not having to pay some things (as I am living with my parents).
Evaluating both choices, I think I'm going to take number two, obviously I'll have to deal with my folks for, maybe, another year, but looking ahead, it's pretty much the best shot I have to save that kind of money (talking about 3/4 of my paycheck every month) and most of all, I'll do it to pay for something that is around my thoughts for a long time now, travel.
Oh traveling...Who does not want to spend a couple of months around foreign lands? It is possible that some of you are going like "Duh, get on a plane..." but probably most of you are in a different situation money-wise, for me is like 4$=1US$, soooo there you go.
Anyways that's not the problem, I know I can have the money by this year's end, and even some to keep saving, but it's worth the explanation, why? Because what I might need is some advise, money-wise too, from you guys.
My idea is going to USA, maybe crossing to Canada, or, UK/Europe, how much money do I need to spend two weeks? Please let me know where are you from (state/city if possible as I may consider a couple of them to visit) and how much money will I spend in one or two weeks there. By the way, I am not going to couchsurf, camp or anything like that, I might stay in a hostel and use cheap transportation.
Oh and here is something that may cheer you up after wasting your time reading: