MINIMALIST TRAVEL HACKS | minimal millennials

Since we had a long layover in Denver on our way back from Spokane, we thought we would talk about what things we do to save money, have a peace of mind, and find awesome things to see when we travel. What things do you do to make travel easier and more fun??

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13 thoughts on “MINIMALIST TRAVEL HACKS | minimal millennials

  1. Jason Barta February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Dude! Are you guys following me around?! Lol

  2. Paul K February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Hey guys, would love to chat with you in regards to the free international travel. Can help you navigate that aspect really easily (I am not trying to gain anything from this), the affiliate link you posted is a great first step, but with a little extra legwork you could be accumulating points way way waaayy faster. Not sure if there is a way to DM me through here. Reply to my comment with the best way to connect.

  3. Adam Clayton February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    I will check out those CC point programs. Still never been on a plane. I love your channel and from all the stuff you've taught me I thought I should give back with something I've learned in my short travels. Tip *If you like live music* I noticed that local music stores (like coffee shops) are a good spot to find out where to see live music. Basically all the employees are musicians that gig full time or on the weekends. In the Midwest a lot of the bar gigs don't have cover charges because.. Alcohol.. XD

  4. Jessa Lehman February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    As a proud barista, I appreciate that tip and can definitely say how true it is 😏👍🏼 however I’m a Starbucks barista and if it’s not slammed, I will sit and talk to someone for 10-20 minutes. Try to find a non-busy cafe Starbucks if you can.

  5. Dyrleifuna Bergs February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    If you are traveling in Iceland be careful and don't go of track. Icelandic nature is dangerous and because you were not raised and made aware of what to look out for you might get in trouble. For example tourist often don't have enough food or water with them and locals have to find them and save them or they decide to go on top of a glacier and don't realize that there are cracks in them that you can fall into. Or they go to Reynisfjara were the waives can grab
    you and you drown. Or they get stuck in rivers on way to small cars or the go of track and fall into a lava crack. So just be careful.

  6. Wendy H February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    You guys are awesome! I wish we could be friends in real life 🙂 We just did a semi-elopement and honeymoon camper trip around Iceland as well.

  7. BITS BY BEE February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    very helpful guys! the audio is even great for being at the airport!!

  8. Joni Hayward February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    I knew it was Denver the second the video started! I'm from there. Represent <3

  9. Jack&Issy Exploring February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Love this video! We are a couple travelling the world! Currently in India. Just put up our Mumbai Vlog !! If you subscribe We will sub back! Reply to this comment so we know when you have!

  10. bima sena February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    app for your travel guide, free on google play

  11. The Backpackers Ltd. February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Hey there, very informative video. liked it. love from India

  12. Lora Eubanks February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Traveling is actually what spurred me and my husband to start going more minimal. We got married and went on our honeymoon moon to Ireland last month for 2 weeks with one check bag and our carry on and didn't miss all our other STUFF and felt so much more free! So when we got home we did a pretty major purge (especially clothing and kitchen stuff). We also traveled like you guys there where we went there with no major plans and just talked to locals and saw THE BEST stuff and it wasn't all over priced and "tourist trappy". If you guys go to Ireland, definitely rent a car and don't do the train because if you drive, you can stop wherever you want and there are all these old castles and ruins you can just walk into for free that we would have missed if we had done the more traditional tourist routes

  13. bettykryštofová February 9, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    I love those tips. Especially the one with spending more time seeing less. We as a family do this all the time and it's the way to enjoy really relaxing and amazing holidays. We love to stay in smaller town for several days and really explore the surroundings, in bigger cities having calm walk through park rather then running all over the city to see as many buildings as possible. Love you guys, keep going! 🙂

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