April 21, 2014

Experiencing Extended Family Travel

Extended Family Travel

medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; Thinking outside the box for family vacations can present the opportunity to spend extended periods of time in exotic destinations as opposed to blowing a half year’s travel budget on a two-week getaway to an overpriced theme park. Lengthy trips can also serve as a way to incorporate educational experiences along [...]

Boat Travel Possible for Budget Travelers

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medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; You may think that traveling by boat is only for the wealthy, but the truth is many budget travelers have embraced this lifestyle full time. Here are a few suggestions for spending more time on the water during your next extended trip or during retirement in general. (See also: Beach Travel [...]

Bike Your Way Around the World: Budget Tips for Two-Wheeled Adventures

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medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; Bicycles are an affordable way to see the world in an up close and personal way. Syndicated television personality Judge Alex E. Ferrer agrees, pointing to wildlife spotting on a bike ride through Shark Valley in Everglades National Park as a favorite way to get back to nature while affordably enjoying [...]

How to Be a Professional Hobo

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medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; When Nora Dunn sold her financial planning practice, along with everything else she owned in 2007 to follow her dream of full-time travel, she knew she wanted to share her adventure. Theprofessionalhobo.com, Dunn’s web site, chronicles how she’s managed to travel full time in a financially-sustainable manner for over four years. [...]

7 Ways you can Travel for Free, by Shelley Seale & Keith Hajovsky

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medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Are you tired of the conventional wisdom that says that you have to spend a lot of money to travel the world?

Five Items I Never Travel Without

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medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; Portable Tripod Sometimes you just want to be in front of the camera, instead of never in a pic because you’re the one behind the camera.  If only you had a tripod.  A traditional tripod just is not practical for most people. It’s large, cumbersome, and not always convenient to have [...]

Working Overseas, Getting Ready to Go

Tumon Beach, Guam

medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; Making a life changing career move takes guts; it also takes a willingness to plunge off the cliff of the unknown. There are many that will discourage you, yet if you’re certain it’s the right choice nothing will hold you back. You’ll stand firm, unswayed by disbelief, criticism or the fears of [...]

Working Overseas: Risks, Courage and a Back up Plan

Spring In Northern Germany

medianet_width=’300′; medianet_height= ’250′; medianet_crid=’270296581′; Taking The Plunge Gives You Courage Adapting to a foreign culture, working out of your comfort zone and moving around the world where you don’t know a single soul gives you a confidence that allows you to repeatedly plunge into the unknown without the fears of “what if..” Once you try [...]