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L´organisation européenne d´auto-stop : faire de l´auto-stop, un moyen plaisant de voyager à bas prix où gratuitement!
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Europe Hitchhiking in Europe is fun. There are many small countries to enjoy hitching through, motorways in the Western parts can be exceptionally good, and overall hitchhiking is relatively safe. Some countries such as Germany are quite easy to hitch around, for example, for the large distances in a single lift, or with the possibility to go really fast (especially where driving speed is not limited). England is usually good because of the relatively short waiting time. Note: In France, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Switzerland and Italy trucks are not allowed to use motorways on Sundays and on public holidays. Hitching is rather safe in Europe. For crossing the borders have a look at the Schengen Agreement. When hitching longer distances it's generally good to stick to gas stations on the motorway. Maps hitchwiki.org/maps/ - based on OpenStreetMap and GoogleMaps viamichelin.com Map24.com - very good Java-Maps and routing OpenStreetMap.org - free alternative

Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 2) Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Fernando De Noronha - Brazil Spirit Island, Magligne Lake, Alberta, Canada Rice Field Terraces in Yunnan, China Bern, Switzerland Coron Palawan, Philippines Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy Porto Katsiki, Lefkada Island, Greece Lower Lewis River Falls - Gifford Pinchot National Forest - Washington, USA Pangong Tso Lake in the Himalayas Golden Eye Hotel - St. Golden Horn, Brac Island - Croatia Soneva Fushi, Maldives Alentejo, Portugal Etretat, Normandy, France The Pearl Waterfall, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China Norway Awa’awapuhi Trail Kauai, Hawaii Santa Domenica nel Salento Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 1 - click here) Discovered a place we should include in Part 3 of Amazing Places?

The Hitchhiker's Guide For Adventurous Women “There is no way my world will have limits just because I am a girl!” Sarah, 31, is a school assistant with short hair, a frank demeanor and a self-professed anarchist punk DIY (do it yourself) attitude. She's also a proud and happy hitchhiker, catching rides between France, Spain and Switzerland, and writing about the subject of women hitching rides for The Choriza magazine. Stephanie, 29, also regularly gets on the road with strangers. More than a means of transportation, Stephanie sees hitchhiking as a way of life: an outlet for free and open-ended travel, a desire to meet new people and take risks. “In hitchhiking, everything is open," she explains. Stephanie talks with enthusiasm about two Serbian truck drivers who took her to Romania. It is the randomness that gives hitchhiking its allure. Security issues This attention to the other person in the encounter is also a form of vigilance. “Yes, it can be dangerous. She says she has pushed her limits bit by bit.

Fairytale Destinations Is it a dream or is it for real? These places will make you wonder whether you step into the land of magic and fantasy or still firmly stand on the ground. With unearthly nature, unreal landscapes or fairy tale architecture, these destinations will take you far away from your humdrum reality. Picturesque Colmar in France, considered the most beautiful city in Europe, looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale. As if being the wine capital was not enough, Colmar, with its pretty squares, fountains and canals, is also called the "little Venice" (la Petite Venise). The Lord of the Rings' scenery of Faroe Islands truly makes you believe the archipelago is inhabited by hobbits and elves. Saksun, Faroe Islands. Castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany in autumn. It is not a sugary Disneyland construction, although it looks like a fairy tale palace occupied by some capricious princess. If there was a fairy tale about the enchanted land of clay, its setting would look like Cappadocia.

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities Not Situated in Europe | ListFave.com Yes, we all heard it; the most beautiful cities are found in Europe. You could hardly find someone who will deny Europe is the home for some of the most beautiful cities in the world. For this reason, the cities listed here are not found in Europe but rather in other continents of the world. Join us now as we explore the top ten most beautiful cities outside of Europe. You might remember San Francisco because of its Golden Gate Bridge but there is much more to San Francisco than that.

Interview d'Antoine qui parcourt le monde en auto-stop Aujourd’hui, je vous propose une interview d’Antoine, un voyageur qui parcourt le monde principalement en auto-stop en mode couchsurfing. Comme vous allez le voir (ou le lire plutot), il a de nombreuses anecdotes à raconter ! Il est également très actif sur twitter avec le concept de « J’irais twitter chez vous » et il tient aussi un blog : Détours du monde. Je profite de cette interview pour répéter que le voyage n’est pas une histoire de moyens, nul besoin d’être rentier pour parcourir le monde comme vous allez le voir avec l’état d’esprit d’Antoine ! Peux-tu te présenter rapidement ? Je m’appelle Antoine, réunionnais de 25 ans qui a goûté au voyage dès ses premiers pas. Antoine Quels sont les voyages que tu as fait ? Je suis à cette période où j’ai trop vadrouillé pour pouvoir tous les citer et pas assez pour mentionner les destinations qui me manquent. Comment as-tu pris gout aux voyages ? « Les pommes ne tombent pas loin du pommier. » Mes parents voyagent aussi beaucoup. Le Cachemire

RoadTrip America - Road Trip Planning for North America Surfing our way across the eastern Balkans | travelling carrs We seem to have made a habit of cycling through country after country with little more than 2 days between borders. While this isn’t something I’m necessarily proud of (although it does suggest our amazing speed), we’ve come to appreciate that even 48 hours in a small country astride a bicycle can give one a certain feel for the place. Clean cyclists in Skopje Zlatko vs. Devon, backgammon at the local tea shop A delicious Balkan feast courtesy of Zlatko and Sonja’s local joint We pedalled out of the Kosovo mountains at a great pace to meet our first Couchsurfing host of the trip, Zlatko, in Skopje. One of the many memorials along the roadside coming out of Kosovo We spent a restful two days in Skopje with our host Zlatko, a colourful character in the best way. Skopje in its evening brilliance Another Alexander the Great monument Pedalling away from Skopje, we made a beeline for the hills and cooler climes of Bulgaria. An evening camp out of Skopje on the way to Bulgaria The next ride?

43 Places FAQ tour du monde – 1/ le budget On me pose beaucoup de questions à propos de mon voyage et ça fait un moment que je pensais faire une FAQ. En fait je vais en faire plusieurs, ça me permettra de disgresser un peu et de parler des voyages en général. cette première FAQ concerne le budget puisque c’est à propos de ça que j’ai le plus de questions. 1) Comment as-tu financé ton voyage? 2) Mais dis donc, 16000€ (ou même 15 000) ça se trouve pas sous un sabot de mörshleg ! Pour partir faire le tour du monde, il vaut mieux avoir de l’argent de côté, d’autant plus quand on est un voyageur inexpérimenté. Je ne souhaite pas trop entrer dans les détails de ma vie privée, mais je vais tout de même tenter de répondre le mieux possible. Cependant, je ne disposais pas, en fait, de la somme de 16000€ lorsque j’ai décidé de faire le tour du monde. Hé bien j’ai mangé des pâtes. Ensuite j’ai travaillé à l’INRA, j’étais payée 417€ par mois, quelque chose comme ça. 3) Mais alors comment que t’as fait? Aha. 6) T’as du boulot en rentrant?

Hostels Worldwide - Online Hostel Bookings, Ratings and Reviews Détour du Monde | D'un point A à un point B, le chemin le plus court n'est pas le mien. How to Travel Full-Time for $17,000 a Year (or Less!) Wise Bread Picks For the last five years, I've been traveling the world full-time, and for less money than I've ever spent (and I'd wager less money than most people would spend) to live in one place. My worldly possessions fit into one bag (just larger than carry-on size) and a backpack containing my laptop and computer gear. This small entourage (weighing less than 45 pounds in total) comes with me as I wander around the world, sometimes quickly, but mostly slowly. In 2011 alone, I traversed 13 countries and over 45,360 miles. What if I told you it wasn't? Believe it. How to Keep Your Travel Costs Low Of course, I could travel for way more than $17,000/year. Here are a few of my secrets. Don't Pay for Accommodations In the entire year of 2011, I paid $173 for accommodation. Work-Trade/Volunteer There are lots of creative opportunities to work in trade for your accommodation (and sometimes food) and enjoy a more immersive travel experience. Hospitality Exchange House/Pet-Sitting Travel Slowly

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