So I've been looking into Volkswagen vans which are so cute and they're perfect for road trips. Some people actaually live in them too. What you do is have a bed in the back instead of a back seat and you basically camp in there while you travel so you're not paying anything for hotels.
What about food?
)yoIts probably not a good idea to eat out every single meal every single day while you travel because it will be very expensive or very unhealthy or both. What you should do is buy your food in bulk and make sure it's non-perishable unless you can keep it in a cooler for a day or two and eat it all. Some foods I recommend are: (🌱=healthier)
•instant noodles (you can ask for a cup of hot water from a fast food restaurant and pour it in your cup)
•Bananas, oranges, mangoes, kiwi, peaches, nectarines, avocados, and any other fruit you don't need to keep cold. (no need to refrigerate and perfectly healthy.) 🌱
•Sandwiches (you can have a peanut butter sandwich or a tomato and avocado sandwich🌱 (just make sure to eat your tomato soon after you slice it and keep it in a cooler.) and you can also have a peanut butter banana sandwich🌱. Also a tuna fish sandwich would work if you use mayo packets.)
•Protein shakes (you can either buy a small bottle of milk each time you want one or use water) 🌱
•instant Oatmeal (just find a gas station with a microwave then make as normal)🌱
•You can even buy dehydrated meals and just add hot water, I've tried stroganoff before it's not bad.
•Canned goods (again just heat up at a gas station)
You should definitely bring yourself a container to be a bowl/plate and utensils. You don't want to eat out of a can.
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