3. Put Together a Budget

Work out how much everyone can more or less afford to spend per day. Some will obviously be able to spend much more, others less, so it’s a good idea to agree to stick to a cheerful middle ground. Not fair to all be eating from local street vendors, if one of your traveling group is eating 5-star every day and sipping on chilled mint tea costing a small fortune when everybody else has to fill up their water bottles back at the hotel for free.

Aim for everyone to do the same things, spend the same amount of money on food and other necessities and you won’t find any latent resentment building, especially if your friend won’t share.