Living in a Van as a Videographer

Learn about living in a van from a videographer who has traveled around the east coast of the United States shooting video interviews.

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Traveling Around Japan on Less than $70 A Day

In this episode Tony talks about how he traveled around Japan – one of the most expensive countries in the world, on $70 a day! The two discuss what living accommodations you are going to have to stay in and also how to travel around Japan on a budget. Lastly, Tony talks about some free or cheap activities you can do to learn about the Japanese culture and see the country.

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Jet Lag: What Is It and How To Beat It

In this episode, Tony and Marc talk about the Jet Lag disorder. They discuss their own experiences dealing with this silent nuisance and what steps you can take to fight it off. Disclaimer: this is not medical advice but rather advice that works for Marc and Tony.

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Climbing Mt. Fuji in Japan

Climbing to the top of Mt. Fuji is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have when you travel to Japan. In fact, Mt. Fuji is actually an active volcano that last erupted in the early 16th century.

While you should probably summit Mt. Fuji during the climbing season between May and early September, you can actually climb year round. In this episode, Tony recounts his Mt. Fuji off-season climbing experience in late September and provides practical tips about how you can do the same including bus transportation options from Kyoto and Tokyo, lodging on the mountain, clothing, gear, and so much more.

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Backpacking Thailand

Thailand is a popular travel destination for backpackers and honeymooners alike. Popular for its cheap cost of living, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and the southern islands and beaches are among the heaviest traveled areas of Thailand.

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Volunteering Abroad

Volunteering is a rewarding experience. But for those aiming to see the world and volunteer at the same time – there is a way! In this episode, Tony and Marc are joined by Tony’s traveling companion, Talia. She talks about her experiences volunteering abroad, and how she was able to find those opportunities. They also discuss what are some of the pros of volunteering and what you should expect if you were to volunteer abroad.

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The Daily Cost of Backpacking Central Europe

Travel is expensive. Only the rich can afford it.


Tony spent on average $75 per day when he traveled through Europe for 4 weeks in late 2018. Most people would spend much more than this on a hotel room.

Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive. Learn how to save money when traveling as Tony reveals how much spent in central Europe.

Find a detailed breakdown of the cost of backpacking Central Europe, check out Tony’s blog post on this topic:

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The Art of Packing Light

Packing light is truly an art. In this episode, Tony reveals his best tips on how to pack light and exactly what he packs for long term world travel. While Tony is a solo backpacker, his advice can be applied to all types of travel including vacations and business trips, wether domestic or international.

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Backpacking in Vietnam

Have you ever thought about backpacking to Vietnam? In this episode, Tony and Marc talk about Tony’s 3 week trip backpacking in Vietnam. Tony talks about why he decided to go there and his top 3 activities throughout his trip. The two also talk about how to get around the country and also discuss Tony’s videos about Vietnam.

Check out Tony’s [Youtube Channel] ( here.

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Travel Hacking 101

While travel hacking can seem daunting and only for the experts, this is certainly not the case. With so many free online tools such as Skiplagged, Hopper, and the plane ticket price tracking feature built into Google Flights, you can become a travel hacker and save hundreds on your flights in no time. Give this episode a listen, and you’ll be well on your way to paying less for you next plane ticket.

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