Where will the next stop be?

Where will the next stop be?

When I travel, I prefer to have very loose plans and not plan every detail. The freedom of not knowing what will happen tomorrow if probably the single most exciting thing about traveling for me, when I travel alone.

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I'm a global vagabond

I’m a global vagabond.

Over the past 29 years, I have been working in 35 different countries. That is of the 75 countries i have visited so far. While I also love to travel through a country purely as a visitor, Working in a foreign country gives you a whole different insight to a place.  

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Home sweet home

I live in a hotel room more than 300 days a year because I work as a tour leader and live a life as a professional globetrotter and have no permanent place to live. It’s been like this for more than 8 years and when you live out of a hotel room, then you develop some habits that are totally natural to you, but might differ a bit from the way other people live their life.

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Working as a freelance tour leader in Vietnam.

Working as a freelance tour leader in Vietnam.

I work as a freelancer in tourism and travel the world 365 days a year and live in hotels and eat in restaurants more than 300 days a year. This is something which is quite possible to do and here are some of the things I do in order to make a fine living from traveling the world. And I will also talk about some of the things that you should not do if you want to make a living from traveling.

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Hans Christian Andersen statue in Malaga.

Hans Christian Andersen statue in Malaga. One city where he was couchsurfing.

Hans Christian Andersen is mostly known for his fairy tales. But he was also one of the greatest travelers of his time. He never had a permanent home. Large parts of his life, he lived for free in peoples houses and castles, making him a 19th century couchsurfer, long before anyone had thought about that this would one day be a common thing to do among travelers.

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