Just after graduating from The University of Kansas in 2001, I took a poorly-planned trip to England for a month that left me flat broke. Needless to say, every other trip I’ve taken has been well-budgeted. Perhaps the greatest lessons in life are learned outside of the classroom.
After spending entirely too much money in London (some of which went to new clothes after the airport lost my luggage) and enjoying the lower cost of living in Exeter (where I found a couple of great pairs of pants), I spent a few days wandering about Princetown in Dartmoor, collecting my thoughts and bracing myself for the job search I’d inevitably have to engage in when I returned to Kansas.
Here are some of the photos I took while spending next to no money in Princetown: