Hobo Travel Tips – Best Travel Guide Alternatives

  1. Fly Free Academy

There are different ways you can save money when booking either international or domestic flights. One way is through this unique hidden airline loophole, that let’s you save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on your next adventure across the planet. These secrets are said to work on over 60 of the world’s biggest airlines around the world.

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Check out Fly Free Academy!

 

#2 – Vanabode Camp, Travel And Live Forever On $20 A Day

“When you Vanabode you can stay for weeks at a time in astonishing places. I show folks how we afford both the time and the money to camp and explore for months at a time. This makes a huge difference in your romantic life too. Vanabode shows you how to happily camp, travel, and live forever on $20 a day including food, transportation and lodging.”

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Vanabode

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#3 – Travel Hacker’s Toolkit – Luxury Travel On A Poor Man’s Budget

“You can become the flight expert among all of your friends and colleagues by being the guy or gal who finally knows all the dirty little secrets that the airline industry tries to keep from us, and how to exploit them to your advantage. You’ll save countless time, money and headaches by finally knowing how to book the cheapest possible flight, based on the illusive “booking windows” and hacks you’re about to discover.”
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Travel Hacker’s Toolkit

 

What are you favorite travel guides, hacks, tips and/or tricks?

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Hobo Travel Tips – Top 3 Osprey Backpack Alternatives

#1 – G4Free 50L Outdoor Backpack With Rain Cover

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“Loved the backpack for the price. Good size, nice colours (got the black and the blue), and zipper opens almost all the way down which is convenient….” Read more

Buy it on Amazon.

#2 – TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack

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“Really nice pack upon initial un-boxing. I have yet to take it on adventures but I can say that I have confidence it will live up to wear. All qualities are to be considered as compared to the price- you get what you pay for. That being said, the quality is strong, the stitching and zippers do not appear to be weak nor cheap…..” Read more

Buy on Amazon.

#3 – PioneerHiker 50L Water-resistant Hiking Backpack

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“This bag is exactly what it seems to be! It has amazing storage and the pockets are seriously insane. I thought they would be average size, but these pockets go deep, so you can put a lot in it, even the small pockets. It’s also great to hold a water bottle on the side. It’s cool how many buckles there are to this, so it provides a lot of security if you’re hiking. I took this to South America and had a lot of stuff in my bag but this did not make it feel heavy or anything. It had comfy support and the buckles really added to that….” Read more

Buy on Amazon.

What’s your favorite type of backpack or backpack brand?

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Travel Fails and Mishaps — Expedition Hobo

Travel can be fun, exciting and filled with life changing experiences and unforgettable moments. Sometimes, the road isn’t as smooth as you would like it to be. Your itinerary can experience mishaps and failed plans along the way to paradise. I’ve compiled some of my most notable negative experiences to date. Worse Accommodations I’ve […]

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Hobo Photo Of The Day

IMG_20170425_160650_530I took this shot of the Eiffel Tower at the end of February 2017. I’d walked by the tower during the day and late at night but I found that it looked it’s best right at dusk, just after the sun set behind the horizon.

Paris was not one of my favourite places I’d visited during my 45 days backpacking trip through Europe. I found it to be too big of a city for my liking and it only reminded me of big cities in Canada like Toronto. I found it difficult to get around on foot and it isn’t a very budget-friendly place for backpacking hobos such as myself.

However, shots like these remind me that even amidst a busy and bustling city, with the right angle, beauty can still be found!

 

Where have you been to lately and have found beauty in the most unlikely place?

Faces of the Street: Meet San Diego’s Homeless — Vic Land

For a class photo essay, I walked around downtown San Diego and passed out donuts to homeless individuals and met and spoke with them about their lives. It was an incredible experience. Hear their stories…

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