Ask Me Anything: Help me Buy a Backpack for India

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Ask Me Anything: How to tell your parents you want to travel

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Ask Me Anything: 12 Ways to Journey the World for Free

I like to share common questions I get not only because it helps you but it saves me time in responding to emails and messages throughout the day. I do this in my "ask me anything" series. Click over to see more questions I've answered. I get this question a LOT about how to travel

Ask Me Anything: Meeting Journeyers in India

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Ask Me Anything: How much of your Indian Experience is just LUCK?

I sometimes share e-mails under the tag "ask me anything". I get a lot of very similar e-mails which means there are a lot of people out there thinking the same questions. Why not address them to everyone? You can search more like these by clicking that link above. I had the most amazing comment pop up

Ask Me Anything: Scared to Journey Alone

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