I moved to Hyderabad from Delhi in 2016 for my masters. I used to love traveling then, but had covered very few places. Being at home I had restrictions, hence, my traveling was limited too. But after acquiring new freedom of living alone, I promised myself to cover South India (at least). But being a student, I was always low on money and traveling didn't happen for the first three semesters (there are four semesters in Masters). In the last semester, I had saved from my internship stipends and traveled to Hampi and Pondicherry. However, entire South India was left. Fortunately, I moved to Vijayawada for work from where my actual travel journey started. Being in development sector, I wasn't rich to take Euro trips like my MBA friends. But I made the best of whatever I had and covered almost entire South India. In this series, I am writing about the 10 places which I loved the most and how I was able to travel with limited money. I will also cover how I planned my travel days given limited number of holidays in the next post where I will be covering more destinations. This series targets students, those who just started earning and everyone who want to travel more and don't care about luxuries.