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We have exciting news! How To Travel for Free (or pretty damn near it) is now being offered as an e-course! Due to many, many requests for this, I’ve turned the book into an e-course that will launch in January. … Continue reading
We are coming to the end of our four weeks in the incredible country of Ecuador. Tomorrow we leave for Panama, a new country for both of us to visit. Some of the things I have loved most about Ecuador … Continue reading
Today we are happy to bring to you another guest post by Leah Kaminsky, who brought us the Top 5 Places you can Work for a Free Night’s Stay, last month. When you’ve got the travel bug bad, it’s hard … 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
Yesterday some of our top How To Travel For Free secrets were featured on GoNomad.com, an awesome resource for experiential and independent travel. The secret lies in completely discarding conventional “wisdom” about travel, and opening yourself up to creative possibilities. This … Continue reading
Well as we enter a new year, I thought it would be a good time to recap what I’ve been able to accomplish and obtain with my various airline points rewards programs. Again, with a relatively small amount of work … Continue reading
Canadians are nice. They are so incredibly polite and helpful that it’s sometimes almost confusing to an American – and I am from Texas, where we are known for being friendly. Keith and I arrived in Vancouver from Seattle on Friday afternoon, for our TBEX conference (Travel Bloggers Exchange). Continue reading
Today’s post is through our friends BootsnAll Travel, who have two great things worth sharing with you this week. First of all is their fantastic Around the World Travel Contest, which is also sponsored by Go Nomad, Transitions Abroad and … Continue reading
Among the many creative ways to travel for free, or pretty damn close, we cover Volunteering quite a bit in How To Travel For Free. As the book points out, this one of a kind cultural immersion is a great … Continue reading