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I just returned, this past weekend, from enjoying another wonderful travel experience for about as close to free as possible — courtesy of the methods and resources that we detail in our book. On this trip, I spent ten beautiful … Continue reading
Today I leave beautiful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where I have been spending the past week as a pretty-close-to-free vacation. I have been staying in a gorgeous little casita, behind the main house of an American expat with whom … Continue reading
Travel Anywhere, Live Like a Local and Stay for Free. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? You might wonder, how exactly can I do that? Well, we do it all the time. It’s one of our best methods for traveling free. … Continue reading
We have written a lot about home exchange, as one of our top methods of traveling for free — and one of our favorite ways to travel, period. Exchanging homes not only lets you stay somewhere completely free (and save … Continue reading
Greetings from Nicaragua, where we have been ensconced in Granada for the past week, staying absolutely free in a very cool little bamboo artist loft/casita. People often ask me how it’s possible that I travel so much. In fact, the … Continue reading
I have just returned from another pretty-damn-close-to-free trip, and wanted to let our followers know the details of how I did it. In keeping with the secrets, tips and methods we share in detail in the book, my trip to Montreal cost next-to-nothing! Continue reading
One of our top tricks for traveling free or as close to it as possible, and a great tip for travel in general, is to tack as many trips together as you can. We recently did this to create a next-to-free trip to Seattle and British Columbia. Continue reading
Authors and free travel vagabonds Shelley Seale and Keith Hajovsky are currently enjoying a free visit to Seattle, using frequent flyer airline tickets and home exchange accommodations. Continue reading