An economical adventurer has revealed that she travels the world at 10 euros (£ 8.88) per day by cooking in bulk, lifts and bank surfing.
Imogen Blow, 23, from Australia, visited 65 cities in 10 months, including Lisbon, Venice and Paris – which recently reached the world's most expensive city list.
The frugal travel blogger takes her drone and selfie stick with her everywhere, so that she can capture the precious memories and share them on her Instagram feed.
The amazing snaps show her diving off the coast of Santorini, jumping out of sand dunes in the Sahara, balancing hundreds of meters high on top of Greek ruins and watching a sunset in Marseille.
Imogen saves cash by surfing the bank – free sleeping in houses found through an app, making her own vegetarian meals, mainly pasta in bulk, lifts, hiking and getting free train rides through a sponsorship with Eurail.
& # 39; I don't really need much to be happy while traveling & # 39 ;, she explained. & # 39; Give me a drone and a great coastline, I don't need fancy restaurants or museums. Not that those things aren't cool, they just don't interest me. & # 39;
Imogen Blow, 23, from Australia, travels the world with 10 euros (£ 8.88) per day and has so far reached it in 19 countries including Cambodia, Ireland, Belgium, Morocco, Canada, Vietnam, Germany and China . Pictured riding a camel in the Sahara Desert in Merzouga, Morocco
The travel blogger takes her drone and selfie stick with her wherever she goes so she can share her photos on her Instagram feed, pictured at SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser in Brixental, Austria
The 23-year-old even went to Paris, which recently reached the most expensive city list in the world. Pictured, in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France on April 22
The most expensive place the traveler has been is her native Australia. Pictured snorkeling in the Whitsundays in Australia on May 6, 2018
Imogen said, while it may resemble a dream lifestyle, anyone can do the same as all that is needed is plans and a smile.
& # 39; If you want it enough, you can always get it, & # 39; she said. & # 39; Money is only a commodity that you can use to buy material goods, but people also forget that there are other goods such as kindness. If you are kind and generous with the little you have, people will help you. & # 39;
The enthusiastic adventurer relies on apps such as Skyscanner, Airbnb, Eurail and Google maps to help her plan and save. The only time she exceeds the budget is for bus trips – but even then she is more economical to make up for it.
& # 39; I break my budget in three parts; accommodation, food and transportation, & she said.
Imogen (photo) saves cash by surfing the bank, making her own vegetarian meals, hitchhiking and getting free train rides through a sponsorship with Eurail. Presented on Cottesloe Beach, West Australia on January 17, 2016
The adventurer has been to 65 cities in 10 months, including Lisbon, Venice and Paris. Depicted in France
Speaking of her travels, Imogen said: & # 39; Money is only a commodity that you can use to buy material goods, but people also forget that there are other goods such as kindness. & # 39; Depicted in Ronda, Spain
The aspiring influencer relies on apps such as Skyscanner, Airbnb, Eurail and Google maps to help her plan and save the money. Pictured walking the steps in Chefchaouen, Morocco
By revealing her top tips on how she travels the world on such a small budget, Imogen said: & I break my budget into three parts; accommodation, food and transport. & # 39; Proposed jump from the cliffs in La Maddalena, Italy
& # 39; Accommodation is free via couch surfing, I cook most of my own meals, so that they end up in total € 3/4 (making bulk pasta and vego is cheap!), And I was sponsored by EU train, so I got free trains, but also find lifts and cheap buses. & # 39;
She continued: & # 39; I am spending days without money. Sometimes my host is happy that I can use their ingredients to cook a feast for them. & # 39;
& # 39; Sometimes I had to stretch € 6-10 over four days when I ran out of money. That means a little fasting and free activities for a bit. & # 39;
While Imogen rarely deals with the budget, one thing she is willing to occasionally break the bank is a restaurant meal.
Imogen traveled to countless exotic destinations – but sometimes it comes for a small price. & # 39; Sometimes I had to stretch € 6-10 over four days when I ran out of money. That means a bit of fasting and free activities for a bit, & she explained. Suggested taking a selfie in the sand dunes in the Sahara Desert, Morocco
The enthusiastic traveler all smiles while posing in front of the Portuguese flag in the beautiful capital Lisbon
Imogen revealed that there are times when she breaks the bank. & # 39; Sometimes I feel like a nice meal for a table service and you can't eat out for less than € 10, & # 39; she said. Depicted in Monte Carlo, Monaco
Acting in the sunnier climate for a chilly walk along a cliff in Gibraltar (photo), Imogen can still be seen shining from ear to ear
Jumping for joy! Imogen (photo in Rome, Italy), holding on to her trusted selfie stick that she uses to capture the memorable moments
& # 39; Sometimes I feel like a nice meal for a table service and you can't eat out for less than € 10, & # 39; she said.
The most expensive place the traveler has been to is her native Australia – and she left 10 months ago after finishing college with only a backpack and $ 15,000 AUD (£ 8,161) at the bank.
& # 39; I graduated and didn't want to grow up yet and find a job & # 39 ;, she explained. & # 39; Everyone in Australia travels on post uni, so I did. & # 39;
After a tour of her homeland, Imogen left for the UK where she visited Kensington Palace and climbed Snowdonia.
When she explained the reason she decided to travel for the first time, Imogen said: & # 39; I graduated and didn't want to grow up and find a job yet. & # 39; Depicted in Ghent, Belgium
Speaking of her adventures, Imogen, who pays a penny on some days, said: & # 39; If you're nice and generous with the little you have, people will help you. & # 39; Pictured sitting on Whitsunday Peak n Australia on May 10, 2018
Treat a Christmas Eve! Making memories wherever she goes, Brave Imogen skydived in Perth on December 24, 2017
Imogen revealed that she doesn't need much to be happy when she travels the world – only her drone (pictured) and an & # 39; incredible coastline & # 39;
Her first tips offered to other solo travelers, Imogen advised to get a SIM card so you can always ask for help. Pictured, Gibb River Road, Western Australia
About her blogging, Imogen said: & # 39; It's going better than expected, so if I could make a career out of it, it would be even cooler. & # 39; Depicted in Paris
Imogen admitted that she did not like the non-touristy parts of Pompeii and said that Fez in Morocco was sometimes a little frightening. Pictured jumping on the sand dunes in Merzouga, Morocco
Imogen told about a scary hitchhiking experience in Sardinia, where she flew to safety after the male driver said he wanted to see her naked. Pictured, swimming in Sardinia
She has so far made it in 19 countries, including Cambodia, Ireland, Belgium, Morocco, Canada, Vietnam, Germany and China.
Skiing in Switzerland is her highlight, while Amalfi, Santorini, Annecy and Granada are also impressed.
But Imogen admitted that she didn't like the non-touristy parts of Pompeii and said that Fez in Morocco was sometimes a bit scary.
& # 39; Usually people make or break a place & # 39 ;, she explained. & # 39; And it's what makes you a place – you can't expect to have a great experience if you don't actively explore the place to find the right things. & # 39;
The 23-year-old frugal traveler poses in a traditional outfit while holding a beer at the Oktoberfest in Germany
The traveler (photo) stepped back when a giant seagull landed on the railings when she visited Sorrento, Italy
Although she admitted that skiing in Switzerland is her highlight, Amalfi, Santorini, Annecy and Granada are also impressed. Depicted with her backpack in Amalfi, Italy
Imogen has encountered some disasters, including being bitten by a spider in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, infected bed bites in Athens and painting grenades alongside a homeless man for the three days in Asia after her account was sucked empty by an unreliable ATM machine . Pictured, beautiful view of a beach in an unknown location
Countries where Imogen has visited
Although many may be jealous of Imogen's lifestyle, sailing is not always easy.
Disasters include being bitten by a spider in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, infected bedbugs in Athens and painting grenades alongside a homeless man for three days in Asia after her account has been drained by an unreliable cash machine.
She also had a scary hitchhiking experience in Sardinia.
Imogen ended up looking for safety after the male driver said he wanted to see her naked – which she admitted she & # 39; everyone is beautiful & # 39; deception had shattered.
& # 39; If I didn't do it my way, I sincerely think I might not be here today, & # 39; she added.
However, Imogen maintains traveling alone is a great experience as long as you are wise.
Her top three tips for women to stay safe is to get a SIM card so that you can always ask for help, not just go out at night and walk for a purpose.
& # 39; Don't stop walking when shady guys start talking to you, because as soon as you stop, you're a seated duck, & # 39; she said.
So far, the aspiring influencer, who has more than 5,000 Instagram followers, simply blogs about her experiences on www.gingerglobe.org, but would like to continue.
& # 39; It is going better than expected, so if I could make a career out of it, it would be even cooler.
Imogen admired the beautiful view and the colorful houses while looking out at the sea in Manarola, northern Italy (photo)
Imogen protected her head from the sun and wore a stylish hat while admiring the view on her balcony in Santorini on 28 August 2018 (photo)
Pictured below on June 29, 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Imogen wrote the post: & # 39; Can you say these houses are bad? & # 39;
The aspiring influencer, who has more than 5000 Instagram followers, only blogs about her experiences for fun. Pictured, the sunset in an unknown location
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