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8 Tools to Help You Travel Forever and Live Rent Free

8 Tools to Help You Travel Forever and Live Rent Free
So you’ve decided to do it. You have a friend or family member who can store your belongings for an undetermined period of time, you’ve tied up loose ends, and your bags are packed. It’s time to start traveling long term! But now what? How then, do you travel long term and not run out of money? © *sean Here are eight handy resources to help you get started on your long term travel adventure: Caretaker’s Gazette ( By joining this service (annual membership is approximately US$30), you will gain access to a classified system of people looking for caretakers in exchange for rent-free living. Some are paying opportunities, while others are simply work-trade arrangements for accommodation. This is what TIME Magazine had to say about the Caretaker’s Gazette. Woofing ( WWOOF is an acronym for a number of different phrases, the most apt of which in my mind is “World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms”. House Carers ( Couch Surfing

Leisure / Business Travel Packing List - Travel Light (One Bag)! 25 Great Travel Sites & Tools To Check Before You Go On Vacation Unless you are hopelessly workaholic, you are one of those people who cherish a nice, long vacation in their favorite destinations. While it's a nice feeling to have, imagining yourself lying lazily on a beach beside sunshade, sometimes vacation planning could turn out to be really cumbersome and if not done properly, could spoil your trip. The following list of sites would help you overcome the pre-vacation planning syndromes. 1. Lonely Planet is a great resource for travelers and has a huge database of information about travel destinations around the world. Apart from general travel information, Lonely Planet offers travel guides and a vibrant community of travelers who are there to answer any question you have. 2. AirBnB is an excellent site if you are looking to ditch costly hotels and instead go for a spacious apartment at much lower rates. There are a lot of search options and you can filter the results based on space, price, amenities and more. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Draw Your Itinerary On A Tripline Map Having just returned from a vacation, I’m in the midst of uploading videos and photos so I can send our visual memories of the trip to family and friends. But what if you could create an animated slideshow of sorts that would include an interactive map of your itinerary with photos, videos, Tweets, and even Foursquare check-ins from your trip? Tripline has launched to allow users tell a story of a trip by putting places, images and information on a map. Tripline allows you to create an interactive, embeddable map detailing a trip using your destinations. You essentially create a timeline of your stops within a country or city and tag each stop with descriptions of your activities and include images as well. The most obvious use is to be able to share itineraries and trips with anyone easily and visually. Tripline is also monetizing through sponsored trips from travel planning companies (such as GAP Adventures).

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Work Abroad | Flashpacker HQ These resource pages are ongoing and come from many sources including online searches, word of mouth recommendations, books, pamphlets, brochures, and my own travel experiences. If you have anything to add, would like something removed, or something isn’t working correctly, please let me know. The flags below are meant to give you an idea of which nationalities the link is for or where the company is located. Common sense should tell you if you’re able to use a given link from another country.

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