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On the Other Guy’s Dime book review

By travelanswerman | August 26, 2011

A professional’s guide to traveling without paying. Doesn’t that say it all? Who wouldn’t want to travel the world and never have to foot the bill? One of the biggest excuses for most people not to travel is that they never have enough money. NEVER! That is soooo unfortunate! Those who do not travel miss out on the blessings of life at its fullest! Different cultures! Different foods! Amazing sights and activities! Famous landmarks man made and natural! The list goes on and on.

Fortunately, Michael Schneider’s life long travel experiences have paved the way for many of us to take the plunge, get off our butts and get on the road with a camera in hand and future memories to last a lifetime! He takes the guessing out of the picture by his previous trial and error process when it comes to planning your own travel strategy. Flights, accommodations, activites, food, work and much more are all taken into consideration in this well written and researched book. I frequently applauded his unique creativity when it came to some of the challenges he had to overcome! I can hear him probably say be flexible, be patient and you will be rewarded soon!

As a former guide, I can tell you his travel insider advice will save you thousands of dollars versus having to pay for everything. This book may be one of your best financial investments you will ever make! The author (Prof. G. Michael Schneider) blogs at http://otherguysdime.wordpress.com

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