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1. Posted by mramcd (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

I'm Andy and it's got to the point where i want to see some more of the world. but i'm in a bit of a pickle as i've tried to find rough guides to how much money it's likley to cost for the 12 months trip. there maybe a max of three of us going.
A bit about myself. i'm easy to get on with and will always try new things i don't mind the roughing it option and would love to camp for the entire journey but i also like a nice soft bed from time to time. i'm not bothered about living on a tight budget but a bit of flexibility is always nice.
trip itineray :- London
overland to Auckland
overland to Lima
Los Angeles
these are openened filghts.

So please if you can offer any help in rough money guides it would be much appreciated.

2. Posted by aharrold45 (Travel Guru 1281 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

Singapore - $25-30US a night
Bali - unsure but probably about $20-$25US a night
Australia - $50US a night (can be done cheaper depending on what you see and where you stay)
New Zealand - $50US a night (also can be done cheaper, but could be way more if you do anything at Queenstown)
Santiago - $30US (maybe more if you plan on going further afield like down to Patagonia)
Lima - unsure but probably similar to Santiago
Los Angeles - depends hugely on what you see and do but $50US if you want to see a bit but not a lot. You should also take the trip to Las Vegas from there as that is far more exciting than LA.

All of these prices are for one person, but could be done cheaper depending on how much fun (or how little fun) you wanted to have. The longer you spend in Australia/New Zealand and the USA, then more money you are going to need as those are the places that will chomp through your money quickly.

3. Posted by mramcd (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

thank you very much aharrold45 that has helped me alot. all i need do now is to sit down and thrash out the numbers for a rough estimate and then start saving.