It’s time for another budget travel quiz… Yay!
We’ve looked at all sorts of ways to save money on transport, accommodation and food while you’re on the road and you’ve had your knowledge tested in part 1 and part 2 of this quiz. Lets see how you get on with part 3.
As usual, I’d love to hear your scores and feedback when you’re done. Good luck!
What is the website Trashwiki for?
- Finding accommodation
- Dumpster diving tips
- Site seeing advice
- Information on local buses
What should you wear when dumpster diving?
- A pretty dress and heels
- Bracelets and other jewellery
- Rubber gloves and waterproof boots
- A hat and scarf
What is in the ‘reduced to clear’ section of a supermarket?
- Foods nearly at their sell-by date
- Products that have been recalled
- Products customers have returned
- Foods that are past their sell-by date
Which of these is not an initiative to provide cheaper meals?
- Food not Bombs
- Food for all
- Global Freeloaders
- The Real Junk Food Project
When searching for a host on the Couchsurfing website, what should you look for?
- Positive references
- A well filled out profile
- Sleeping arrangements stated
- All of the above
Which of these will make flights more expensive?
- Using flight comparison sites
- Booking well in advance
- Going in high season
- Travelling with a budget airline
When volunteering abroad, what can you expect in exchange for your work?
- Accommodation and meals
- A guide during your stay
- A chauffeur
Which of these is not used for finding accommodation?
What is an interrail pass?
- A ticket that entitles you to free meals and snacks on your train journey
- A pass that allows the holder into first class on any of their journeys
- A train ticket that allows you to travel on almost all trains in Europe
- A pass that entitles you to extra luggage allowances