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Find the Cheapest Flight Possible

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
When I travel, I usually fly very, very, cheaply. I'm very good at what I do. What's my secret? It's nothing difficult - in fact on the contrary, it's incredibly easy to replicate. I have my personal preference for flight search engines, but the real power? Following the most important principle - being flexible.
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Finding Work while Traveling

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
If you are new to this travel game, let me fill you in on something. Finding work while traveling is pretty easy. I'm not saying jobs will definetaly fall into your lap (though they very well could) but with a little knowledge and persistence, anyone can lower the cost of travel by picking up some light work here and t...
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Save Money on Food while Traveling

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
When you are on the road, NomadsNation shows you how to save money on food while traveling (while still being delicious!).
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Ultimate WWOOFing Guide

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
NomadsNation's Ultimate WWOOFing guide gives tips and advice you won't find anywhere on the web, so you can volunteer and travel anywhere in the world.
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Best Work Exchange Site for Travelers

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
Millions of people use WWOOF, Helpx, and Workaway to cut down the cost of travel, but which is the best work exchange site for travelers? NomadsNation breaks it down for you, site by site.
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Frequent Flyer Miles 101

Posted by Aaron Radcliffe
I want to start this off with a bang, and if you are new to the topic, I think this will do the trick. On February 15th 2015, I flew one way from Fort Myers, Florida to Hong Kong, China. The flight, through United Airlines, should have cost me $854.20… But I only paid $5.60. Here is the proof.