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For 16 months, Michael Hodson from Go, See, Write traveled through 44 countries and covered 6 continents – all without getting on an airplane. Read on to hear about some of the more unusual modes of transportation he used and what traveling the world by land and sea was really like. Jazz Hostels: You traveled
Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll of UncorneredMarket.com have been on the road for more than 1510 days, have taken more than 41,966,479 footsteps and have visited 65 countries. Life, to them, is about experience and there is no cornered market on experiencing life. Audrey shared with us how they’ve been managing their journey. Jazz Hostels:
In 1999, Earl Baron of WanderingEarl.com left for a three month trip to Southeast Asia. Three days into it, the travel bug bit and he found himself unable to even think about going home. 11 years and 67 countries later, Earl is still wandering the globe. He recently talked to us about his nomadic lifestyle,
Ayngelina left everything she knew behind and took a chance on her dream of traveling the world. She writes about her journeys on her travel blog BaconIsMagic.ca. We asked her some questions about everything from her blog’s unique name to how she made her dreams come true. Jazz Hostels: Bacon is Magic is a very
New York native Andrew Hickey of TheBrooklynNomad.com talks to us about where to find the best food and bars in New York City as well as how to visit The Big Apple on a budget. Jazz Hostels: You write a lot about food on your blog. What are your top three favorite inexpensive restaurants in
Saving money for long or even short term travel can be a daunting task. We interviewed Stephanie from Twenty-SomethingTravel.com to learn how she saved over $20,000 in two years to take a year off and travel around the world. Jazz Hostels: You saved up over $20,000 to take a year off and travel. Could you