Dan’s Adventure

A year after getting his travel feet wet on a jaunt to the Dominican Republic, Dan is setting out on the biggest trip of his life — a round the word trip through Africa, Asia, Oceania, South America and North America.

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  • #1Paul Moroney

    Hi Dan,

    A brilliant blog,thanks very much.

    Can i be cheeky Dan, and ask if it would be possible to give an idea of the price of common goods as you go through each country. A bit like the ‘shopping baskets’ they use to compare supermarkets! For example 2 or three ‘must have’ items, like a the price of a beer, and maybe the average cost of accomodation? It would be so useful to help me budget for a similar journey to yours.

    Thanks very much,

    Paul

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