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House Sitting Academy
http://housesittingacademy.com
Travel the world & stay for free. The academy is the ultimate resource on house sitting for full-time travelers, holiday makers & digital nomads, making free travel a reality.

Vanabode - camp, travel and live forever on $20 a day
http://www.vanabode.com
Discover how you can spend the rest of your life traveling and seeing the most breathtaking sites in America on $20 a day. The book includes a link to lists of free places to spend the night or the month from over 50,000 locations in the United States.

Rick Steves Europe Through the Back Door 2016: The Travel Skills Handbook
Paperback by Rick Steves (Author) 8/25/2015

New York: Free Things to Do: The Freebies and Discounts Travel Guide to New York
Paperback by Sarah Retter (Author) 5/01/2015

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The GoldenYearsTravel.com GUIDE TO HOME EXCHANGE: Discover How to Swap Your Home For Free Accommodations Around the World
Paperback by Sam Robbins (Author), Judith P Robbins (Author) 12/18/2013

Work Your Way Around the World, 14th Edition: A Fresh and Fully Up-to-Date Guide for the Modern Working Traveller
(Paperback) by Susan Griffith 10/09

The Gap Year for Grown Ups, 3rd Edition: The Most Comprehensive, Practical Guide from the Leading Gap Year Specialist
(Paperback) by Susan Griffith (Author) 7/09

The New Global Student: Skip the SAT, Save Thousands on Tuition, and Get a Truly International Education
(Paperback) by Maya Frost 5/09

The Sharing Solution: How to Save Money, Simplify Your Life & Build Community
(Paperback) by Janelle Orsi Attorney (Author), Emily Doskow Attorney Nolo Legal Editor (Author) 5/09

Ask Arthur Frommer: And Travel Better, Cheaper, Smarter
(Paperback) by Arthur Frommer 3/09

The Big Trip (General Reference)
(Paperback) by George Dunford (Author) 11/08

The Rough Guide to Europe on a Budget (Rough Guide Travel Guides)
(Paperback) by Rough Guides 4/08

Europe on a Shoestring (Lonely Planet Shoestring Guides)
(Paperback) by Sarah Johnstone, Aaron Anderson, Sarah Andrews, Ryan Ver Berkmoes (Author) 3/07

The Encyclopedia of Cheap Travel
(Paperback) by Terrance Zepke 3/02

Educational Travel on a Shoestring : Frugal Family Fun and Learning Away from Home
(Paperback) by Judith Waite Allee, Melissa L. Morgan 1/02

Couch Surfing
http://www.couchsurfing.org
CouchSurfing is an international non-profit network that connects travelers with locals in over 230 countries and territories around the world. Cultural exchange, friendship, learning experiences. Share hospitality and cultural understanding. 43

Help Exchange
http://www.helpx.net
Volunteer work in exchange for free accommodation and food (bed and board) in Australia, New Zealand, UK, France, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Italy and other countries on farms, backpacker hostels, lodges and other properties. 54

HomeExchange.com Want to travel more and spend less? Try home exchange for your next vacation. 28,000+ Worldwide Listings.
Hotel rooms are expensive, stay in a loft in Manhattan, a ski condo in Aspen, or a beach house in Australia. It's free.
29,000+ Worldwide Listings. Local-weekend-international swaps www.HomeExchange.com 56

HomeExchange.com is the internet leader in home swapping, the vacation alternative where You stay in my home while I stay in yours. With 36,000+ listings in 130 countries, there are over 50,000 HomeExchange.com Members who take over 100,000 individual vacation trips per year. The trendy, comfortable, cost savings way to travel… Home Exchange Membership allows unlimited exchanges, with no additional per-exchange charges. Members are exchanging homes, accommodations are free and a HomeExchange vacation costs no more than the transportation cost of getting there. Cars are often exchanged, and many meals can be taken at your home away from home. That could mean savings of thousands of dollars, Weekend home exchange vacations are a fast growing trend. It is more comfortable than a hotel vacation, and you get to experience an area as a local, not a tourist, shopping at local markets and getting personal recommendations for places to go, things to see and restaurants to try, from your exchange partner and neighbors. HomeExchange Members are all demographics ; retired, families, empty nesters, but mostly upper middle class, professionals, business managers and teachers. Home exchangers often seek out partners with similar interests, such as running, hiking, sailing, yoga, etc. Established in 1992, www.HomeExchange.com has been featured in major media worldwide, including the TODAY Show, New York Times, and as the website used by Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet when arranging their own home exchange in the motion picture THE HOLIDAY

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