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He's Johnny, an Irish guy who left home 10 years ago with no money but with a dream to live a better life. He taught English in Asia, traveled a lot, ran out of money. Figured there was more. So he started his blog, started 'working' as he traveled, made over $1m USD from blogging and now he is free. Oh, and he traveled to every single country on the planet as he blogged.

some recent helpful posts..
The perfect Ireland road trip itinerary
So, after visiting every single country in the world (all 197/197!), it was time to go back home and properly explore my country on an Ireland road trip, both the North and the South. This was my Irish homecoming and I couldn't have been more excited.
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One day in Dublin
Traveled every single country in the world, from Yemen to Somalia, but I hadn't traveled my own country - that was an embarrassment I had to put right. So I invited one of my best buddies, Josh (the co-founder of our charity, GiveBackGiveAway.com), drew up an awesome 2-week road-trip itinerary and got ready to go, first though, how best to spend just one day in Dublin?
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Travel hacking for dummies (or lazy people like me!)
Not a day goes past without me seeing some viral news story about some girl or guy who 'travel hacks' (whatever that means) and flies from Los Angeles to Rome for $100 or gets some crazy business-class flight from Dublin to Tokyo for less than $1k. "Watch how this travel hacker does it" blah blah etc. I travel, a lot, as you guys know but I've never worked out this travel hacking game, which kinda pains me, to be honest.
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Travel workout; staying fit while you travel routine
Travel workout; staying in shape when you travel. I spend a lot of my life on the road, and a lot of my life in Bangkok, Thailand where I'm based. When I'm in Bangkok, I work out a lot and try to get in good shape, eat well, train hard. Recently I undertook a transformation in Bangkok where I lived like a monk - cut out sugar, basic carbs, alcohol for a while and trained twice a day, and I felt great.
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Teaching English in Thailand. My experience living and working in Chiang Mai.
Over 10 years ago, before I was a blogger, before I started my charity ( The GiveBackGiveAway), before I made $1m+ blogging, and before I visited every country in the world, I was stuck in Ireland. I had finished University in the summer of 2006, worked at a summer camp in the USA, traveled around the US and now I wanted to travel. But I had no money.
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