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The World's Most Traveled Man's Top 60 Travel Tips - For the Seasonal Traveler to the Full-time Digital Nomad - cover

The World's Most Traveled Man's Top 60 Travel Tips - For the Seasonal Traveler to the Full-time Digital Nomad

Ian Boudreault

Publisher: The Digital Globetrotter

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Summary

To all future globetrotters! Learn the secrets of traveling the world through this spoon-fed, all-you-can-eat collection of the best travel tips and hacks compiled by the world's most traveled man, Ian Boudreault. Commonly known by his blogger name “The Digital Globetrotter,” Ian has spent more than half of his life as a full-time digital nomad—almost 20 uninterrupted years on the road as a pioneer digital nomad. The young Canadian committed to sharing his most innovative travel tips learned on the road once he finished his international travels. He has now fulfilled his promise, revealing to the world his most sought-after travel secrets in this book.

The author of the acclaimed book Globetrotter, Ian, shares with us The World’s Most Traveled Man’s Top 60 Travel Tips, a collection of the absolute best tricks to get anyone from zero to hero—from complete travel novice to full-blown digital nomad! These easy-to-follow hacks can help guide your travel decisions and counter-attack the untold schemes that try to squeeze as much money out of you as possible in the travel industry. 

Learning these travel tips from the world's most traveled man is sure to help future generations of hopeful travelers eager to jump aboard the ever-growing nomad community around the world. And as the pioneer digital nomad for two decades, Ian’s invaluable insight on the best methods to succeed as a full-time globetrotter will enlighten even those hesitant about the sustainability of a nomadic lifestyle.

Bonus in this limited edition: build your own itinerary with my map guides! Includes seven in-depth destination analyses with maps comparing every country of the world on different aspects, including best digital nomad destinations, best food destinations, most historically rich destinations, most friendly nations, most beautiful regions in the world, and the most challenging countries to reach. An invaluable resource to start planning your next destinations right away!
Available since: 09/01/2021.

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