If you’ve ever thought to yourself “I’d love to travel, but I just don’t have the money!”, here’s your antidote.
Michael Wigge traveled the world for FREE, going from Berlin, Germany all the way to Antarctica on $0 per day.
How did he do it? Well, you’ll have to watch his DVD or buy his ebook to find out the whole crazy story (or click here for a summary from The Age), but the greater take-home point is this: even if you’ve got no money to spend on travel, if you want to do something, you will find a way to make it happen.
Wigge made his way across several continents with no cash whatsover, dumpster diving for food and hitchhiking, or relying on the kindness of strangers in order to meet his goals. He also worked a variety of odd jobs and used his skills as a comedian to charm money or services out of people, usually by doing funny things like charging $1 per sit as a human sofa.
While you don’t necessarily have to set your spending as low as $0 per day, you can certainly use these lessons to help decrease the cost of your travels by taking a working holiday abroad, performing odd jobs once you arrive, or otherwise offering your skills and services to locals in order to help fund your trip. And who knows? Maybe you could even make money while you travel—what a novel concept!
So what would you do to travel the world, and how can you make your dreams come true?