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  • Brit visits all 201 countries without flying

    Brit visits all 201 countries without flying


    Below is an excerpt from a news story about a 33-year-old British man named Graham Hughes, from Liverpool, England, that visited all 201 countries in four years without getting on a plane. This was done on a little over $5,000 a year!

    Hughes was arrested for suspicion of espionage in one country, faced the threat of pirates at sea, and, at one point, had to rush to see older sister, Nicola, for the last time before she passed away after a long battle with cancer. He thought he would have trouble securing passage into countries like North Korea, Afghanistan and Iraq, but he was allowed entry into all three countries with ease. ...
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  • Free World Travel Series Part 1: Teaching English Abroad

    Free World Travel Series Part 1: Teaching English Abroad


    Being an international school teacher in Asia, South America, Central America, the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and other parts of the world can be a great career with salaries in the range of $2,500 to $6,000 per month. If you are not qualified to teach at an international school, meaning you do not have a degree and a teaching certificate, you could become a TEFL teacher at a private language school with a salary range of $1,000 to $2,000 per month or more. ...
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  • Intro: A Man's Guide to Free World Travel

    Intro: A Man's Guide to Free World Travel

    With the price of fuel these days, world travel for a man can be quite expensive and seen as an impossible dream. I can remember back in 2006, when I could fly from America to the Far East between $459.00 to $650.00. Today, those same seats are selling anywhere from $1,300.00 to $2,500.00, or more. Travel can bring excitement, knowledge, experience and cultural awareness to a man's portfolio of life. It can make a narrow-minded man have a much broader view of the world that helps to build him into a more well-rounded man.
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  • Travel - My Legal LSD

    Travel - My Legal LSD


    Several years ago, I became addicted to world travel so much it felt like getting on a plane for me was likened to ingesting an illegal drug. I am not a drug user at all, but I often jokingly describe world travel as my "legal LSD" due to the way it affects my mind and body in so many profound ways. It is hard to describe how traveling abroad does this to a person that has never set foot outside their homeland.

    In the movie "It's a Wonderful Life", the fictional character George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart) asked Uncle Billy, "Do you know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are?" Uncle Billy answered, "Breakfast is served, lunch is served, dinner is...". George interrupted him and said, "No, no, no , no, no........
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  • Brit visits all 201 countries without flying
    by Bradmin

    Below is an excerpt from a news story about a 33-year-old British man named Graham Hughes, from Liverpool, England, that visited all 201 countries in four years without getting on a plane. This was done on a little over $5,000 a year!

    Hughes was arrested for suspicion of espionage in one country, faced the threat of pirates at sea, and, at one point, had to rush to see older sister, Nicola, for the last time before she passed away after a long battle with cancer. He thought he would have trouble securing passage into countries like North Korea, Afghanistan and Iraq, but he was allowed entry into all three countries with ease. ...
    11-28-2012, 06:47 AM
  • Free World Travel Series Part 1: Teaching English Abroad
    by Bradmin

    Being an international school teacher in Asia, South America, Central America, the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and other parts of the world can be a great career with salaries in the range of $2,500 to $6,000 per month. If you are not qualified to teach at an international school, meaning you do not have a degree and a teaching certificate, you could become a TEFL teacher at a private language school with a salary range of $1,000 to $2,000 per month or more. ...
    11-18-2012, 01:52 AM
  • Intro: A Man's Guide to Free World Travel
    by Bradmin
    With the price of fuel these days, world travel for a man can be quite expensive and seen as an impossible dream. I can remember back in 2006, when I could fly from America to the Far East between $459.00 to $650.00. Today, those same seats are selling anywhere from $1,300.00 to $2,500.00, or more. Travel can bring excitement, knowledge, experience and cultural awareness to a man's portfolio of life. It can make a narrow-minded man have a much broader view of the world that helps to build him into a more well-rounded man.
    ...
    10-24-2012, 01:52 AM
  • Travel - My Legal LSD
    by Bradmin

    Several years ago, I became addicted to world travel so much it felt like getting on a plane for me was likened to ingesting an illegal drug. I am not a drug user at all, but I often jokingly describe world travel as my "legal LSD" due to the way it affects my mind and body in so many profound ways. It is hard to describe how traveling abroad does this to a person that has never set foot outside their homeland.

    In the movie "It's a Wonderful Life", the fictional character George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart) asked Uncle Billy, "Do you know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are?" Uncle Billy answered, "Breakfast is served, lunch is served, dinner is...". George interrupted him and said, "No, no, no , no, no........
    10-03-2012, 03:53 AM
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