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Once I returned home, I quickly got sucked back into the reality of work, school, sleep and repeat. I didn’t have time for much of anything, let alone travel. The free time I did have was spent on thinking about how to explore the planet with the little money I had saved. I was asking myself ‘How are other minimum-wage people pulling this off’? I started reading about ‘travel hackers’. Basically, this is a term used for people who know tricks to travel the world without the heavy costs the rest of us get hit with. After an incredible amount of research, I figured out what they are doing to get free airfare, lodging, tours and food, among other things.
When I was a workaholic, before becoming a ‘travel hacker’, I would sit there and listen to others bragging about their amazing trips. Although I was happy for and inspired by them, ultimately I wanted to have my own stories of adventure and my own priceless memories. I would not have been able to turn my fantasy into a reality had I not figured out the tricks people are using to hack through the barriers of travel expenses. My audio course and e-book travel guide explains each and every one of these tricks in a way that is both easy-to-understand and fascinating.
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You seriously know your stuff and are way ahead of the game. I have read a lot of travel guides and have listened to a lot of travel saving-related courses. By far, you are the most experienced from all the travel book authors and trip advisors I have followed. Thanks to your advice, I did things I never imagined I could do for free. Your audio course and e-book was worth every penny.
Your audio courses, written content and overall style are just so different from everything else I have listened to and read. You are totally unique. You have a ton of experience with saving money as you travel. After listening to your audio course, I took a 3-month trip across Asia. Your step-by-step tips really made my trip affordable and fun. Thanks a lot.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can you prove you stay at 5-star hotels for free?
One of my favorite places I stayed for free was at the Tarsier Botanika Resort on Bohol Island, Philippines. At the time, the villa was going for $610USD a night, breakfast and daily massages included.
What kind of free tours are you getting?
For example, my father and I got a private airplane tour over Milford Sound, New Zealand. The going rate at the time was around $1,200USD per person.
What has been the most relaxing hotel you ever stayed at for free?
Several come to mind, but perhaps it was the Kri Eco Resort in Papua, Indonesia.
Can you name a company which has given you a free tour?
Glacier Country Helicopters LTD is the first that comes to mind, perhaps because the owner took me out to dinner some hours after doing that helicopter tour over Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand.