#52 Travel Hacking 101: How To Travel Longer for Less

#52 Travel Hacking 101: How To Travel Longer for Less

Travel Hacking 101: How To Travel Longer for Less

HoneyTrek, December 8, Smithsonian Associates: Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden Marion & Gustave Ring Auditorium 7th St & Independence Ave SW Metro: L’Enfant Plaza Tickets HERE.

As part of our Smithsonian Associates, Art Of Living series, we are joined today by Mike and Anne Howard, of HoneyTrek.  

After a decade working nine-to-five, Mike and Anne Howard decided that life is short and their bucket list was long . . . so they quit their jobs, rented out their apartment, and embarked on a trip around the world. Five years later, they are still at it—traveling across seven continents and more than 50 countries.

In a conversation rich with resources, the Howards—founders of the travel website HoneyTrek.com—share practical tips and industry trends illustrating how you can travel well for significantly less. The couple describe a more immersive and creative way to travel—where saving money is but one of the pleasurable benefits.

From frequent flyer tickets to free lodging, no-cost volunteering, and hidden-gem destinations, they point out ways you can transfer from the “tourist track” and move out as a globetrotter—on any budget.

For more from Mike and Anne, and HoneyTrek, and Travel Hacking, check out their presentation, December 8, 2016, Smithsonian Associates.  Tickets and more details HERE.



Written by Paul Vogelzang

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