Day 1 On our first trip we went to Egypt. It was a unique cultural environment. We visited many places and saw many people. First we went swimming in The Nile River. After that we visited mummies in their tomb. We left the tomb and took a look at the pyramids. It was a very enjoyable day. We stayed at a 4 star hotel called Mummy Inn which cost $50 per day. Matheus wanted to order room service that cost $18. The food at the hotel was like nothing we never had before. The whole day we drove in a car and the fuel cost was $12. We went shopping and spent $100. The culture was different than we thought it was going to be. It was unique the people were very religious. One of the foods we ate lemon-flavored lamb. It has a delicious and chewy interior.

Day 1 Budget We stayed at a 4-star hotel that cost us $50 per day. Room service cost us $18. We had to refill the car we were using and it cost us $12. The end of the day we had $4,820.
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Day 2 Then we decided to stay in Egypt for another day. It was a really good idea because we were missing out on some cool things to do. We ordered room service again that would last us the whole day which cost $15. We ate the same thing the day before because we weren't really interested in Egyptian foods. In the middle of the day we went scuba diving and saw many unique Egyptian fishes. After we went scuba diving, we went to a golf course to relax our nerves from our long trip. The fuel cost was $5 because we decided to walk most of the time. We spent $30 on golf clubs and golf balls. We wanted to go to Egypt in the first place because we wanted to see the pyramids, but after we spent two days here, we unexpectedly had alot of fun.
Day 2 Budget We ordered room service in the morning which cost $15. After we went scuba diving we had to refill the car which only cost $5 which wasn't too bad. The end of the day we had $4720 left.
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Day 3 When we first arrived we visited Matheus’ family. They welcomed us with open arms. We stayed at lunch and partied the rest of the afternoon. The last few hours of the day we went to the best surf spot we know. We spent $20 on food at a good restaurant Matheus’ family knows. Some of the foods we ate were familiar, but the ones we never tasted before were amazing. Matheus’ grandma let us use her old Mustang 1976 and had to refill her car which cost $10 after we used it for a short time. We went to a Brazilian mall to buy shoes for both of our families in America. The total cost of the shoes we bought were $100. The culture in Brazil is unlike any we seen so far. The people there in few cities are protective, because Brazil isn't just beaches and parties. They have problems there just like everyone else in the world. There is problems in the streets, government, and economy but they still make it a nice place to live. One of the foods we ate was the Brazilian Feijoada. It has a salty, but delicious taste.
Day3 Budget We spent $20 on a restaurant. Then spent another $10 refilling grandma Bianca's old Mustang 1976. After that we spent $100 on shoes for our families back home. The end of the day left us with $4590
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Day 4 Japan was next in our list. It was one of the most flashiest places we visited yet. We stayed at a hotel that cost $40. The people were kind and gave us directions to our destinations. We did many things in Japan like Fire Walking which was very unique. After that we went to a Sumo Wrestling championship. The food was probably the best we tasted so far out of the other countries. We got to meet many fat professional sumos l2ms(laughing to myself). The end of the day we went to a mall and bought many electronics that aren’t in America yet. We bought laptops and toy robots for our little brothers and sisters. The Sushi there tasted like heaven. It was wrapped in a thin layer of seaweed with salmon in the middle.

Day 4 Budget We spent $40 for lodging. The food we ate the whole day cost a total of $18. We decided to ride a bullet train which cost $30. The new electronics we bought cost us $52 which was all worth it. By the end of the day we had $4,450 left.

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Day 5 When we woke up the early morning sun was shining in our faces. We went to have breakfast at a nearby restaurant and spent $20. After we had breakfast we decided to climb Mt. Fuji which led to a very beautiful sight of Japan. After we went to Mt. Fuji we decided to take a bullet train on the way home because we never rode one before. The bullet train costs us $30 even. Before we left Mt. Fuji we bought Mt. Fuji t-shirts for our friends and family back home, it only cost us in total $40. Later in the afternoon we were invited from a nice Japanese family to a Japanese Tea Ceremony. The ceremony taught us so much of Japan and their culture. We noticed how all the women wore Kimonos. The arts of Japan give you an opportunity to experience and find your inner-self.
Day 5 Budget We had to pay for lodging so we had to pay another $40. The whole day we spent $20 on food. We rode the bullet train again to get to Mt. Fuji which cost another $30.
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Day 6 On the 6th day of our vacation we went to Australia. We visited the outback to see the different animals Australia has to show. The nearest hotel we could find only cost us $30 for two different rooms($15 per room). Later in the day we decided to wrestle a crocodile because we wanted to try something new. We teamed up to catch the 20 foot croc. As Dave distracted the croc I grabbed a rope to tangle the croc in but then the croc started chasing me so Dave had to come in and hold the croc down for me, as he was doing that the croc bit his big toe off. When matheus saw this he speared the croc at full speed to the bottom of the swampy lake. After the tragic event we went to the hospital to repair the damaged toe of Dave which wasn’t very expensive, it only cost a measly $100 to replace the toe, Because it was on sale. While I was at the hospital Matheus bought us Kangaroo BitterBallen which tasted delicious. The crunchy outer layer was the best part of the meal.
Day 6 Budget We stayed at another hotel which cost $30. We spent $20 on food for the whole day. The whole day we drove a jeep that only costs $30 for the whole day. After the attack we had to replace Dave's toe which only cost a simple $100. The end of the day we were left with $4,140 left.
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Day 7 The 7th day was our last day. Our flight wasn't til 9:00 pm. We decided that since it was our last day we would dive in the Great Barrier Reef. Then we decided to rent a speed boat and roam the The Great Barrier Reef. We saw many sea life, rode on turtles, and we swam with the dolphins. After we were done roaming the Great Barrier Reef we went to the same crocodile farm to adopt the crocodile that attacked us. We asked for it be shipped to America at Matheus House because he always wanted a dog, but his apartment doesn't allow dogs, so he got a croc. We learned that the Australian culture is just like America's, except different traditions from the early settlers. Just like us Americans, Australians are fond of sports. They like to enjoy watching Soccer, Football, Rugby, and Motor Racing.

Day 7 Budget For our last day we had to pay $30 because we woke up late and had to pay for the whole day. We spent $100 on food for the airplane ride going back home to our family. The two airplane tickets cost $2000. The ride to the airport cost $20.
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Days
Beginning Balance
Cost Of Lodging
Food Costs
Fuel Costs
Daily Adventure Costs (shopping, laundry, tours, etc)
Miscellaneous Costs
Ending Balance
1
$5,000
$50
$18
$12
Swam in the Nile River, Visited mummies, We saw the pyramids
$100
$4,820
2
$4,820
$50
$15
$5
scuba diving, and golfing
$30
$4,720
3
$4,720
$0
$20
$10
Partied in matheus's grandmas house Bianca, and Surfing
$100
$4,590
4
$4,590
$40
$18
$30
Fire Walking, We saw a fat professional sumo wrestler
$52
$4,450
5
$4,450
$40
$20
$30
We climbed Mt. Fuji, We rode a bullet train
$40
$4,320
6
$4,320
$30
$20
$30
We visited the outback, We wrestled a crocodile
$100
$4,140
7
$4,140
$30
$100
$20
We packed up, Adopted a crocodile, Dive into the Great Barrier Reef
$2,000
$1,990