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Dec 07, 2012 · When George auditioned for The X Factor U.K., he had a broken arm. The boy bander told the judges he had fallen down the stairs after tripping over a baby gate. 3. He's posed nude. In 2008, George bared it all for AXM Magazine to support cancer research. At the time, the singer was part of another boy band, "Avenue." 4.
Aug 22, 2012 · • Max George Born on Sept. 6, 1988 (age 23), Max grew up with his family in Manchester. Before music, he had been a football player with Manchester’s Preston North End.
In 2008, Avenue released their debut single, "Last Goodbye" and George appeared naked on the magazine cover of AXM. Max George - Wikipedia In 2008, while still a member of Avenue, George appeared naked on cover of British gay magazine AXM "Naked Issue" in support of cancer research.
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Mexico is often associated with cheap beach resorts, with many tourists going to places such as Cancun, Cabo, or Tulum. Well, these tourist-priced locations are only ‘cheap’ if you compare them to, say, Miami or Hawaii. If you really want cheap, you have to explore the rest of Mexico. Whether you’re looking for a beach holiday or wanting to dive into the local culture, there is so much to discover in this huge country. One classic travel route runs from the buzzing Mexico City to Oaxaca and ending on the Yucatan Peninsula. If you’re on a tight budget, check out Chiapas state: it’s filled with jungles, waterfalls, and epic Mayan ruins — and travel costs are among the lowest. The Mexican peso continues to have a favorable exchange rate against Western currencies, making it quite the bargain at the moment. It’s easy to get to for Americans, but European travelers take note: I’ve seen bargain flights to Cancun (around 300 Euro return), making Mexico an even cheaper destination to visit...
Colombia is an amazing country to travel (and no, it’s luckily nothing at all like Narcos, a show that is set over 50 years ago!). What I love about Colombia is that it has a little bit of everything from South America: you have both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, the Amazon rainforest, and the start of the Andes mountain range. That’s not even yet mentioning its two buzzing cities in Medellín and Bogota, or the warmth of Colombians and its vibrant culture. Exchange rates between the Colombian peso and USD or EUR are very favorable at the moment: I remember when I traveled to Colombia I got about 2000 pesos for a dollar, while now it’s around 3500. Backpacker Budget: $35 a day Mid-range Budget:$50 a day
Leave your preconceptions at home and discover one of Europe’s travel secrets — and ultimate bargain. Whatever you think Romania is, it probably isn’t. The spectacular Transylvania region, in particular, defies expectations — with its cute medieval towns, ancient fortified churches, and spectacular Carpathian mountain range. It’s actually one of my favorite destinations in Europe. You can easily get by on a backpacker budget of about $30 – $40 a day. If you’re on a holiday, you can find stylish B&Bs starting at $30/night. Even in a fancy restaurant in Brasov, I struggled to spend more than $25 a person. Backpacker Budget: $40 a day Mid-range Budget:$60 a day
On the verge of being discovered as an international travel destination, Georgia is not just one of Europe’s cheapest, but also among its most interesting destinations. In its eccentric capital, crumbling façades of traditional wooden Georgian houses stand next to Soviet-era architecture and daring contemporary designs. I loved my stay in Tbilisi and was surprised by its wonderful soul and character. From Tbilisi, you can explore the stunning Caucasian Mountain range, take a dip in the Black Sea, or visit ancient hilltop monasteries (and a few of them inside caves) all over the country. Oh yeah, Georgia is supercheap. In parts, it’s even cheaper than in Southeast Asia. With the introduction in 2020 of a 1-year visa for remote workers, Georgia could well become the next digital nomad hotspot. Backpacker Budget: $20 a day Mid-range Budget:$40 a day
The world’s fifth-largest country is filled to the brim with amazing travel destinations. From the gob-smackingly huge waterfalls of Iguaçu, to seeing the bay of Rio de Janeiro from the top of Sugarloaf mountain, and on the colorful beach towns of the Bahia coast, Brazil is a whole world to explore — and that’s just highlighting a tiny corner of it! Brazil has suffered turbulent political times and has had a bad time with the pandemic, though its borders are open and it’s cheaper to travel there now than it’s been in years, thanks to a highly favorable exchange rate. When the situation allows, it’ll be the perfect time to take advantage of the lower travel costs in Brazil. Backpacker Budget: $40 a day Mid-range Budget:$70 a day
Thailand remains one of the cheapest holiday destinations in the world. While the southern beaches have quite a few upscale resorts with higher prices, they represent great value if you’re after some luxury on a budget. If you’re more of a budget traveler, then you should know the travel costs in Thailand get lower as you go inland. Make your way to the northern Chiang Mai regionand you’ll be in budget travel heaven. There amid the rice fields, Buddhist temples and hill tribes you can find some of the best-value accommodation anywhere—whether you’re looking for a backpacker dorm bed (from $5) or a comfy hotel with swimming pool (from $30). It’s no wonder that Chiang Mai is still the world’s go-to place for nomads and expats looking for super low cost of living combined with high quality of life. Backpacker Budget: $30 a day (* inland) Mid-range Budget:$50 a day
Can an entire country be labeled a ‘hidden gem’? If so, then Cape Verde is definitely one. You may not have heard of this small archipelago off the coast of Africa, but it’s such an incredible country to explore. Its location and climate make it an especially great winter escape for Europeans. The island of Sal is known for its inexpensive package holiday resorts, though if it’s culture or nature that you’re after, then it’s truly all about the island of Santo Antao. I did some of my best hiking and trekking there in years. The landscapes are just unbelievable. Cape Verde offers great value for money, while also being safe and developed. I spent about $45 a day as a budget traveler, staying in B&Bs and eating the local food. Don’t miss my 7 reasons why you should travel to Cape Verde. Backpacker Budget: $45 a day Mid-range Budget:$70 a day
Vietnam is among the cheapest Asian countries — and highly underrated, in my opinion. The famed Ha Long Bay is certainly impressive, but Vietnam is really at its best when you go just a little off the beaten track. Away from the crowded tourist sites, Vietnam has some of the most fun places in Southeast Asia. The northern province of Ha Giang is still as pure as it gets and the limestone landscapes at Tam Coc are not to miss. The town of Phong Nha is a fantastic adventure tourism hotspot, home to the world’s largest cave. The costs in Vietnam? Simply put: very low. Eat local and you’ll struggle to spend more than a few dollars per meal, while locally brewed beers cost as little as $0.20 a glass. Hotel rooms offer incredible value; as little as $10 will get you a clean and comfortable place to stay. Backpacker Budget: $25 a day Mid-range Budget:$45 a day
Often overlooked on the European travel trail, you’ll find the three small Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania tucked between the Nordic countries and Russia. Why go? Think ‘Scandinavia on a budget’. Squint your eyes and the Baltics may well remind you of Finland with its many woodlands, peat bogs, lakes, and log cabins painted in deep red. The people are similarly fond of cross-country skiing, saunas, and vodka. One key difference is that the costs are just a third of what you might find in the Nordics. I enjoyed traveling in Estonia last year, which has a ton of history and charm all the while also being a tech startup powerhouse. While I was sampling some local craft beers in Tallinn, some friendly Esti’s were regaling me with tales of cryptocurrencies and IPOs. While the half-square-kilometer old center of Tallinn can be a bit pricey, elsewhere it’s not. Dinner might cost under 7 Euro or a hotel room for 30 to 40 Euro a night. Backpacker Budget: $35 a day Mid-range B...
You can think of Laos as Thailand but without the mass tourism. It’s sparsely populated, mountainous, and has nearly 70% forest coverage, and this makes it a paradise for outdoor activities like trekking, climbing, kayaking, zip-lining, and hot air ballooning — all at extreme budget prices. Thanks to improved infrastructure Laos has become more accessible, without losing its low-key rural vibe. If you want to escape the crowds and crave some authenticity, skip the Thai beaches and go to Laos. You won’t regret it. Don’t miss: sleeping in tree huts and zip-lining through the jungle canopy at the infamous Gibbon Experience, or Laos’ most epic waterfallsin the Bolaven Plateau. Backpacker Budget: $20 a day Mid-range Budget:$40 a day