98. And don't forget to claim your VAT tax refund when you leave
Remember, you're paying an additional tax on items you buy in Europe that, as a non-resident, you shouldn't have to pay. You are eligible to receive a 19-25% cash refund on all purchases with minimums that range from zero (Germany, Ireland & the UK) to $195 in France (check this website).
99. In New Zealand, take the Naked Bus
You don’t need to strip down to take this bus, but you do need to take it if you want to save money. The company offers tickets as cheap as 67 cents ( $1 NZD) if you book at least a month in advance! It also offers multi-ticket bus passes where tickets can be as low as $6.70 ($10 NZD) per ride.
100. Buy a Japan Rail Pass
This pass is indispensable for travel in Japan. It costs $250 (28,300 yen) for seven days, $400 (45,100 yen) for 14 days, and $513 (57,700 yen) for 21 days. Even if you just get the seven-day, it’s the same price as a round-trip train ticket from Osaka to Tokyo ($125, 14,250 yen each way!) Moreover, these JR trains also serve local city areas and can be used intra-city. So even if you aren’t going to do much travel around Japan, buying a pass is better than buying individual tickets.