Hipsters? Couponers? Extreme Retirees? Expats? Who’s living the good life with minimal spending?ANSWERS: Katie Bremer, Frugal! Me! I’m no an expert at this, but…Successful Digital Nomads have it figured out.I’ve been making enough money through writing and editing that I can move around and live where I want, as long as I keep my
When Tom Thumb, founder of roadjunky.com was 20 he made his way overland to India without a penny in his pocket. Risking illness, hunger and over-friendly truck drivers, he ended up stuck in India with no money or visa… but that’s another story…
One afternoon in Budapest I met Cameron, an Australian who has cycled 6,244 km alone around Europe. On this 118-day journey he spent 312 hours cycling, averaging 20.0 kph speed, visiting 13 Countries, 5 train journeys, 43 974 Vm of climbing and lots of fun.
This is my travel video diary which shows highlights of my hitch-hiking trip from Berlin to Georgia Republic via Istanbul and back. Along the path I visited these cities. BIG THANKS to every couchsurfer and driver who made this trip possible and unforgettable!!! The trip began on August 4 2010 and ended on November 3rd 2010.
If you happen to be in Prague having only US cash, you should be extremely careful of where you exchange your money to the Czech Kronas. After getting ripped off at a random currency exchange booth I decided to discover the best place to for currency exchange in Prague. Some couple of hours of research and approaching locals about it
This is a video on how to take your Strida bike on an airplane so that you don’t damage the disc brakes and the belt. I was using Air Berlin airline and this video explains how to check-in your Strida bike without having to pay for the baggage. This video was created for Strida 5 bike but similar approaches can
I decided to fly Virgin America on my trip to San Francisco from NY, and let me tell you about the experience… Despite being a start-up on the US airline market it seems that Virgin America has a different perspective on in-flight entertainment. As soon as we took off and the “do not use electronics” signs were off I was
By: Renat Zarbailov
More than ever people nowadays travel around the world and more and more they use camcorders to capture life on video.
Imagine a camcorder which allows editing of video right on the camcorder. Presumably while filming, it would on-the-fly convert the footage into two video files right in
By: Renat Zarbailov
The most spontaneous thing I ever done was in Amsterdam when I was filming The Truth Is… project in 2005. I was couchsurfing there and my hosts mentioned about hitchhiking. The next day a girl participating in my project liked it and suggested to visit Brussels. When I told her that