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Learn how to live the dream and travel the world at a slow pace! Write your own early retirement stories. How to become a nomad yourself! I am retired at 45. Read my road to retirement with successful retirement stories. How my

Early Retirement Stories – Dream and Travel the World

I decided to leave my job for early retirement in the middle of the so called working life, aged only 45 years. Here you can read, how to do it.

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You need a sabbatical, a time-out and you don't know if you can afford it? Yes, YOU CAN!

Finally a sabbatical – A TIME-OUT! – and you can afford it

You have enough of your nine-to-five-Job, every day the same. You need a break – a TIME-OUT! – to recharge your batteries and to sort out yourself. You dream of traveling, exploring the world, without a time-limit of a couple of weeks. But you don’t know, if you can afford it.

YOU CAN DO IT! Read this article to learn how.

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It's a challenge but possible to travel Norway on a budget. Get our firsthand budget travel tips for traveling Norway in a nutshell without breaking the bank.

Norway On A Budget – Best Travel Hacks For Holidays In This Beautiful Country

We would not have gone to Norway if it hadn’t been for the house sit we found near Lillehammer for two weeks. Cutting out on a big chunk of accommodation costs we were able to find out more about, how to travel Norway without breaking the bank and seeing Norway in a nutshell.

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Seychelles in a nutshell. The paradise islands are known for it's luxury holiday resorts speckled on various islands in the Indian Ocean.

Tips For Visiting Seychelles Islands Paradise

Living like locals on Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles, for an entire month, I can give you an insight how to travel the Seychelles beyond holiday resorts.

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On our visit to Granada we explored parts of the fortress, Alhambra, the Moorish part of the town, Albaicin, and strolled amid the Arabic Bazaar, Alcaiceria.

4 Pro And Cons Of Couch Surfing from Grey World Nomads Perspective

Is it recommendable to use couch surfing by means of travelling on a budget? Isn’t couch surfing just for young world travelers and broke students? We share our experiences as world nomads and ‘old’ couch surfers.

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