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How To Travel The World On $50 A Day

This great guide from Matt Kepnes shows you some tips on how you can make great trips with not a lot of cash around. Matt is very experienced on the subject, he´s the award wining author of the travel blog nomadicmatt.com, and also a travel writer for great publications around the world, such as the NYTimes, The Guardian, TIME or National Geographic. In this book he uses his experience by providing some tricks on how to arrange  cheap accommodation, which credit card to get, or how you could get into attractions for free. And all of this maintaining good comfort levels. Whether it´s a small trip or a great stretch the author shows us how to squeeze more value for money around the world. via

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