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Book Title: How To Travel For Free (or pretty damn near it!): Updated 2nd Edition|
The author of the book: Shelley Seale
Date of issue: December 1st 2013
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Shelley Seale and Keith Hajovsky are self-professed world nomads, who travel just about any time and place they have the opportunity - and usually for free, or very close to it. Between the two of them, they have visited more than 60 countries and logged millions of miles.
In this updated 2nd edition of their book, they add even more resources, methods and examples to share their own personal tactics for doing this - showing you ways in which you can travel not just cheaply, but for free - or pretty damn close to it!
Are you tired of the conventional wisdom which says that you have to spend a lot of money to travel the world? Do you want to learn how two well-traveled vagabonds have managed to do it for decades, as well as the travel-cheap insights they have accumulated over many years of gallivanting around the globe?
There are many travel resources and guidebooks out there that tell you how to travel on the cheap, how to save money, how to get the best airfares. The authors have read and used many of them, and there are lots of good ones around. How To Travel For Free (or pretty damn near it!) is different in that in these pages, Seale and Hajovsky share their own personal resources and experiences, and have the examples and detailed how-to that backs it up; along with tried-and-true testimonials from other travelers who have used their methods.
If you or someone you know wants to learn how to see and experience the world without the need to have or to spend large amounts of money like so many in the travel industry will have you believe, then buy this book now and start your own personal journey toward your dreams of independent travel freedom!
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Read information about the authorI'm Shelley Seale, a professional freelance writer, editor and graphic designer based out of cool and creative Austin, Texas. When not there, I am usually off vagabonding in any part of the world whenever possible. My mantra is "travel with a purpose."
I recently completed a nonfiction book, The Weight of Silence: Invisible Children of India, which was published by Dogs Eye View Media in June, 2009. Foreword by Joan Collins, with endorsements by Geralyn Dreyfous (Executive Producer of Born Into Brothels), Dominique Lapierre (Author of City of Joy), Save The Children, Human Rights Watch and more. Buy the book here and get an autographed copy and bookmark!
I am also a contributing author to The Voluntary Traveler, and have written for National Geographic's GeoTourism Guides, The Seattle Times, The Austin Business Journal, Travel Intelligence, The Interational Ecotourism Society and Andrew Harper Traveler Magazine. My work has also been published at Travels.com, Intrepid Travel, Colors NW Magazine, Transitions Abroad, Washington Magazine and others.
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Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyseale