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Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

11:30am ~ 3:00pm 
   

                      Dinner
Tuesday ~ Wednesday 5:30pm ~ 8:30pm
Thursday ~ Friday

 Sunday ~ Monday
Open by reservation for exclusive use of the
facilities for private bookings and catering.

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

In this training you'll learn what I think is the best route to start working for yourself and creating a location independent business.

Today more than ever we are fortunate to be able to use technology and entrepreneurship to work for ourselves and create unprecedented levels of freedom. Freedom of location and freedom of time. So whether your goal is to work for yourself and just have an extra few weeks to travel each year, or whether it is to have complete freedom to visit dozens of countries a year, this course will give you a framework for doing so. 

You'll also learn some of the best strategies for being successful and some of the most common reasons people fail (and how you can avoid making the same mistakes!).  

Get our latest travel stories, travel destination information, and more straight into your INBOX for free. Just Enter your email address, Verify and join the Travel the World family!

“I wish I could travel more but I can’t afford it.”
“I wish I could travel more but I don’t have the time.”
“I’m not sure how to start planning my trip.”
“I don’t know if I can save enough money for a trip.”
“I don’t know where to begin.”

I’ve been there. Like you, I used to think travel was something I could never afford to do. I didn’t grow up with much money and my family or friends didn’t travel much – and when we did it was to hotels and resorts. As grew older, I worked all the time, my parents didn’t pay my way, and I was unsure where to find the tools I needed to make travel a reality. I saw the commercials, watch the ads, and read the travel magazines and thought “I’ll never be able to afford to travel.”

But then I went traveling and realized everything I knew about travel was a lie. Travel is way more affordable than people make it out to be. It is something that is possible for anyone – and I want show you how.

Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

11:30am ~ 3:00pm 
   

                      Dinner
Tuesday ~ Wednesday 5:30pm ~ 8:30pm
Thursday ~ Friday

 Sunday ~ Monday
Open by reservation for exclusive use of the
facilities for private bookings and catering.

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

11:30am ~ 3:00pm 
   

                      Dinner
Tuesday ~ Wednesday 5:30pm ~ 8:30pm
Thursday ~ Friday

 Sunday ~ Monday
Open by reservation for exclusive use of the
facilities for private bookings and catering.

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

In this training you'll learn what I think is the best route to start working for yourself and creating a location independent business.

Today more than ever we are fortunate to be able to use technology and entrepreneurship to work for ourselves and create unprecedented levels of freedom. Freedom of location and freedom of time. So whether your goal is to work for yourself and just have an extra few weeks to travel each year, or whether it is to have complete freedom to visit dozens of countries a year, this course will give you a framework for doing so. 

You'll also learn some of the best strategies for being successful and some of the most common reasons people fail (and how you can avoid making the same mistakes!).  

Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

11:30am ~ 3:00pm 
   

                      Dinner
Tuesday ~ Wednesday 5:30pm ~ 8:30pm
Thursday ~ Friday

 Sunday ~ Monday
Open by reservation for exclusive use of the
facilities for private bookings and catering.

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

In this training you'll learn what I think is the best route to start working for yourself and creating a location independent business.

Today more than ever we are fortunate to be able to use technology and entrepreneurship to work for ourselves and create unprecedented levels of freedom. Freedom of location and freedom of time. So whether your goal is to work for yourself and just have an extra few weeks to travel each year, or whether it is to have complete freedom to visit dozens of countries a year, this course will give you a framework for doing so. 

You'll also learn some of the best strategies for being successful and some of the most common reasons people fail (and how you can avoid making the same mistakes!).  

Get our latest travel stories, travel destination information, and more straight into your INBOX for free. Just Enter your email address, Verify and join the Travel the World family!

Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge

The low point?
The moment that stands out was on day 16, just over two weeks in to my trip. I had been pushing my bike up the Ecuadorian Andes for four days; it was pouring with rain and I was extremely hungry. I had passed house after house of rejection: no one would help. Nothing. We reached a house and I fell to my knees in tears, begging the woman for help, even just her garden to put up my tent. She looked at me, looked at how desperate I was, the tears streaming from my face, and shook her finger. Nothing. I could do nothing and I felt like nothing. I dug deep to source any shred of energy or willpower to keep going.

What was the high point of your trip?
Stepping off the plane in Brazil. I had no money, no contacts, no solid plans and 7,000 miles of mystery and wonder ahead of me through lands I’d never set foot on. With so many of us on a quest for more stuff and more money, this is a perspective on Earth that few of us get to feel.

11:30am ~ 3:00pm 
   

                      Dinner
Tuesday ~ Wednesday 5:30pm ~ 8:30pm
Thursday ~ Friday

 Sunday ~ Monday
Open by reservation for exclusive use of the
facilities for private bookings and catering.

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

In this training you'll learn what I think is the best route to start working for yourself and creating a location independent business.

Today more than ever we are fortunate to be able to use technology and entrepreneurship to work for ourselves and create unprecedented levels of freedom. Freedom of location and freedom of time. So whether your goal is to work for yourself and just have an extra few weeks to travel each year, or whether it is to have complete freedom to visit dozens of countries a year, this course will give you a framework for doing so. 

You'll also learn some of the best strategies for being successful and some of the most common reasons people fail (and how you can avoid making the same mistakes!).  

Get our latest travel stories, travel destination information, and more straight into your INBOX for free. Just Enter your email address, Verify and join the Travel the World family!

“I wish I could travel more but I can’t afford it.”
“I wish I could travel more but I don’t have the time.”
“I’m not sure how to start planning my trip.”
“I don’t know if I can save enough money for a trip.”
“I don’t know where to begin.”

I’ve been there. Like you, I used to think travel was something I could never afford to do. I didn’t grow up with much money and my family or friends didn’t travel much – and when we did it was to hotels and resorts. As grew older, I worked all the time, my parents didn’t pay my way, and I was unsure where to find the tools I needed to make travel a reality. I saw the commercials, watch the ads, and read the travel magazines and thought “I’ll never be able to afford to travel.”

But then I went traveling and realized everything I knew about travel was a lie. Travel is way more affordable than people make it out to be. It is something that is possible for anyone – and I want show you how.

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