My name is Charlie. I am a travel blogger, book author and trip-planner. I want to tell you how I afforded to travel so far to literally 595 famous destinations worldwide and most importantly, how you can do the same. I am showing you the tricks I used to travel not just comfortably but extravagantly, even though I was on an incredibly tight budget. I use these tricks to this very day and benefit in more ways than you can imagine. I stay at 5-star hotels across the globe for free. I get 50 percent off on rail transportation in Europe. I eat at expensive restaurants for free. I get tours for free. Examples of free tours I took in the past include:

  • A helicopter tour landing on Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand
  • A private airplane tour flying over Milford Sound, New Zealand
  • A boat tour of the Whitsunday Islands, Australia
  • Jet-skiing near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
  • A bus tour exploring the castles in Loire Valley, France
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My name is Charlie. I am a travel blogger, book author and trip-planner. I want to tell you how I afforded to travel so far to literally 595 famous destinations worldwide and most importantly, how you can do the same. I am showing you the tricks I used to travel not just comfortably but extravagantly, even though I was on an incredibly tight budget. I use these tricks to this very day and benefit in more ways than you can imagine. I stay at 5-star hotels across the globe for free. I get 50 percent off on rail transportation in Europe. I eat at expensive restaurants for free. I get tours for free. Examples of free tours I took in the past include:

  • A helicopter tour landing on Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand
  • A private airplane tour flying over Milford Sound, New Zealand
  • A boat tour of the Whitsunday Islands, Australia
  • Jet-skiing near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
  • A bus tour exploring the castles in Loire Valley, France

Let me tell you a little about myself. I spent my teens and early 20s working 60 hours a week at a 50s-era diner in California, living paycheck to paycheck. My curiosity for traveling started when my Greek father took me to his homeland on a 10-day trip. It was then I realized I wanted to meet people from around the world, immerse in their cultures and have a better understanding of what makes them happy.

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.

Once I figured out the tricks these ‘hackers’ are using to travel cheaply, I quit my job and took off to Europe. That was my first trip abroad as an adult. Fast-forward to today. At the time of writing, I have traveled throughout almost 80 countries. You probably think it is impossible for you to travel as much as I have. You are wrong! If I went from being a dishwasher to a world traveler, then so can you. The difference is, I know the tricks. My audio course and e-book travel guide will teach you each and every one of them.

Nearly every day people ask me how I have managed to travel for so long. Unsurprisingly, much of it has to do with minimizing expenses. Here is an example: Charles Schwab Bank doesn’t charge a fee when you use its debit card at an ATM overseas, at least at the time of writing it does not. Charles Schwab Bank even offers unlimited reimbursements for ATM fees from cash withdrawals internationally, regardless of the network used. This bank doesn’t even charge currency conversion fees for debit card transactions. Few travelers know this. They end up getting charged by both the bank that owns the ATM machine and the bank that issued the ATM card. I get charged nothing.

Minimizing expenses is one thing. Getting quality stuff for free is another. Did you know that some even beginner travel bloggers who write about their hotel experience get rooms 100 percent for free? How do you think I stay at 5-star hotels across the world for absolutely nothing? Did you know that travel agencies give free tours to people who send them ‘leads’? Dedicating only 3 hours each week, I find fellow travelers in well known discussion forums. I accept their questions and give honest and good advice. With their permission, I sent their contact information to reputable travel agencies in countries where I plan on visiting. In exchange, these agencies give me their services for free, not asking even for one penny. The examples I have shared with you are only 3 of literally dozens of tricks I write about in my audio course and e-book travel guide.

People would love to travel but just don’t know how to plan and afford it. According to the New York Daily News, a “report found that the average American has been to just three nations… Roughly 29% of American adults have never been abroad… The cost of travel is the number 1 reason why Americans stay home, with 71% saying they cannot afford to leave the country.” People fall into the trap of living an entire life of mediocrity. They get siphoned into the vicious cycle of work-home, work-home, seemingly with no light at the end of the tunnel. Once retired, they no longer have the physical strength to explore the world like we younger travelers can. I didn’t want that to become me, to get old and join the 71% who say they cannot afford to leave the country. This is why I did my homework, so I could travel young and cheaply.

My audio course and e-book travel guide is called “The Secrets & Tricks Travel Hackers Know & Use.” My mission is for you to have the trip you always wanted but couldn’t figure out how to plan and afford. My product is not only about you saving a considerable amount of time, money and energy. It is also about you learning how to get expensive airfare, hotel rooms, tours and food for free. I have been there. I have done it. I have proven it works. Now I am sharing my knowledge and experience with you.

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.

As I continue to discover the world, I learn more travel hacking tricks. This is why my material gets updated frequently. You will automatically see these updates when you access my audio course and e-book travel guide online. As you listen to or read it, you will find the solutions to your travel-related problems, the most obvious of which are time and especially money. ‘Spend even less and get even more’ is the never-ending objective. Bottom line: I produce results. I take pride in the exciting and life-changing products I deliver. This is more than just my job. It is my passion.

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