2-wheels 1-world 0-money RTW

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Open-Explorers, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. hendikaf

    hendikaf Been here awhile

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    It will be nice to have some more details info about the trip , road taken , where did you work , budget spent along the road... or do we have to wait for the film :evil
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  2. Big Daddy D

    Big Daddy D Been here awhile

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    Yes! :thumb

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  3. DestinationUnknown

    DestinationUnknown Been here awhile

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  4. hendikaf

    hendikaf Been here awhile

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    NO news yet :shog I will have hope for some more news but I guess now that the "sponsoring "is finished it will take time ?. I was so curious to see how one can work in underdevelopped countries and make enough money to travel , I went around the world and cannot imagine working in a rice patty or as a laborer and make enough money to fill up my bike , eat and sleep somehwere. I must not be smart enough :evil. I went to the site and no info there , just 5 to 10 lines per countries which is a bit sad too .I was not expecting a perfect tread like "Jammin " or "estonia" or many others but after such a great adventure we should have more to see .....
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  5. rossphoto

    rossphoto GDTRFB

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    I too am curious how one can travel the world with no money.... It simply costs money to get gas and food?????
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  6. Academy

    Academy Been here awhile

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    Read post # 23 again.... seems like it all works because of his "say yes" outlook
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  7. Blader54

    Blader54 Long timer

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    And the OP says that he is a website designer who had clients back in Germany or elsewhere in the developed world. With his laptop and sat modem, etc, he said that he was able to do website development work pretty much anywhere and that the money he earned from this was what saw him across China. Seems clear he had a bank account (he mentions overdrafts) and thus (most likely) an ATM card. The money earned from his website development work probably went into his bank account back home.
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