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Vagabonding on a Budget - The New Art of World Travel and True Freedom: Live on Your Own Terms Without Being Rich - cover

Vagabonding on a Budget - The New Art of World Travel and True Freedom: Live on Your Own Terms Without Being Rich

Robert Vance

Publisher: Bro Books

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Summary

Want to travel the world for a while on a limited budget? Or just take an epic vacation? You don’t need to be rich, but you’ll need to get creative about saving money for travel.
 
This short book will give you all the tools and travel tricks you need as well as a few short stories to help motivate you to live the life of a vagabond. ‘Robert Vance’ shares his innovative techniques that will allow you to: Find cheap flights & free accommodation, earn income, Planting Roots and much more - Without sacrificing luxury.
 
 
 
In this book, you'll discover: 
 
Travel cheap but smart, using travel hacking
 
Create a Budget and Stick To It
 
Working While on the Road
 
Alternative Travel Tips: Buses, Trains, Etc.
 
Tips: Should You or Shouldn't You
 
And much more tips and suggestions
 
 
 
With the help of this book, you’ll learn everything you need to know about Vagabonding. The information packed into this book covers everything you need to know that will allow you to get traveling now - Because life is too short to delay your dreams.
 
Quickly and easily raise the startup cash you need to go traveling now following the tips and suggestions of this book. Scroll to the top of the page and click the "BUY NOW" button!

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