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05 hitchhiking in Australia

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Be it the innate curiosity of a child, the rebellious nature of a teenager or an adult – eager to escape, all of us have this immense desire to travel and to explore, irrespective of the stage of life we’re at. However, we do not satiate our desires but often inhibit them. A child wanting to travel is turned down by the overprotective parents. A teen’s willingness to explore the world alone is crushed beneath the mountain of expectations and the urgency of accomplishments.

Then comes the helpless adult human being, unable to step out of the monotonous routine that she/he trapped herself/himself in, just to sustain the feasibility and cost of living. At the end of it all, we are left with the regret of not exploring more, of not extracting more out of life, and of not following our passions; eventually settling for less.

Thus, one needs to travel. One needs to learn how to travel.

There are a lot of myths associated with travelling, like it’s not safe out there or that you need to have a lot of money to travel. Well, that’s not necessarily the case. You don’t need to have a lot of money to travel. Just a bit of courage to start. We all talk about how one day we’re going to travel and explore every nook and cranny of the world, but that day never really comes. Not for most of them out there making such claims. Thus, you need to start now.

Talking about the travel expenses, it can be divided into three categories.

  1. Transport
  2. Accommodation
  3. Food and everything else

Your travelling expenses can be minimised if you take note of the following few travelling tips.

  • Hitch Hike – Don’t shy away from asking for a lift. More than often, someone will stop and offer you a ride. Feel free to engage and interact with them and exchange stories.
  • Volunteer for Transport/Accommodation – As you travel, you may come upon many opportunities where you can work interchange for accommodation or a free ride forward.
  • Get a sleeping bag – You may save money by camping by the side of the road and saving money.
  • Start a blog/vlog – With internet on the rise, you may start a blog or a vlog. You can use it to document your journey and share your experiences with the world. You might even make some money.

All these will certainly minimise your travelling expenses and make it more affordable. This is not a lavish way of travelling, but you will be able to tour the world and earn priceless experiences. Who knows, you may even find yourself.

Just have the courage to step out because “to travel, is to live”.

This post is inspired by Tomislav Perko, who travelled across the globe with almost no money. Feel free to check out his eye-opening TEDx Talk.

To watch his TEDx Talk – Click here.

To buy his book ‘1000 days of Spring’ – Click here.

This article is written as a part of #SuperBloggerChallenge2018 conducted by Healthwealthbridge.com  ,Fashionablefoodz.com, Allaboutthewoman.com and should not be repurposed, republished or used otherwise. The content herein is owned by the blogger. SuperBloggerChallenge2018 is not responsible for any kind of infringement caused

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5 Comments

  1. Wish I could be traveler like that. I completely agree with u that travelling enhances ur outlook and gives u the zeal to carry on. But fearing the need of expenses, we often push it down in our to do list. And at the end, repent wasting our life. Grt post.

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  2. Thanks for an extremely interesting post that presents the necessity of travelling in a very different light. As adults we cannot allow ourselves to get trapped by monotony. Travel is definitely enlightening and it keeps us rejuvenated.

  3. I love Travelling, and every now and then keep hoppingvplaces. I love the feeling of accompkishment that comes after exploration. I am not a much risk taker, safety matters so I plan, beforehand for a trip that I can enjoy to 100% without making an
    unsewable hole in my pocket! 😆😆😆
    Mann💓
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  4. Zainab

    Asking for a lift- 😢 but I guess it would be fun to travel catefree

  5. Good, inspiring article. Another way of looking at travel. I myself am a keen and passionate traveler and it is essential to keep once expenses to minimum if one wants to travel extensively. Nice one.

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