Free accommodation for World Travel

Accommodation can be the biggest cost while travelling.But free accommodation worldwide is an alternatives and I'll tell you how you can obtain it and not pay a cent.

It's a great way to travel and because the accommodation is free you can travel longer. You will connect with people in their communities on a completely different level than that of a tourist.

We spent six months touring Europe staying with people and enjoyed over 100 nights of accommodation for free. More importantly our lives were enriched by meeting these people and finding out about their way of life, exploring their country and meeting their family and friends.

The people we met included; a helicopter mechanic in the army, a gastroenterologist ( a young guy with loads of energy), an architect, a nurse, teachers, several families, backpackers, artists, students and the list goes on, but all really interesting and welcoming people.

When planning our holiday in Europe I searched for ways to obtain budget accommodation and found several sites, but was a little uneasy about how it worked. Anyway we checked it out and found some great genuine people – but we did our research. The biggest site was Couchsurfing.org and this has over 1.5 million members and many groups that you can choose to belong. The site is easy to navigate and all you need to do is develop a profile about yourself. I would advise people to spend time on this as it help your case of being hosted.

There are many other schemes that you can obtain free accommodation which includes accommodation for families and your dog if you want! Also if you have a van that you sleep in there are places where you can park. I have included these on my website www.free-accommodation-for-world-travel.com so check it out.

Ruth Woods

Fruit Picking Jobs

Fruit Picking Lismore. This New South Wales Town is located 40 kms inland from Byron Bay between the rainforests and the sea. Lismore offers fruit picking work all year round, some crops are lychee, avocado, apple, stone fruit and blueberry farms which provide harvest workers with employment. Speciality coffee and tea, macadamia nuts, bush tucker [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Leeton. This town is located in New South Wales and is the administrative hub of the massive Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA). Leeton is known for its historic architecture, horticulture, extensive rice farms, processing facilities, art deco buildings and plentiful, wide open parklands in the town. Fruit Picking Leeton. When to go? January to December [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hunter Valley. This town in New South Wales is located in the Hunter River Basin some 150 kms to the North of Sydney and is also the home to a large wine industry. This wine industry attracts fruit pickers due to the amount of work in the area picking grapes. The Hunter Valley [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hillston. This fruit picking town is located near the Lachlan River in New South Wales. It's a very productive area for picking fruit as it's on top of the Great Artesian Basin. The excellent quality artesian water has allowed orange growing to flourish. Cotton and other fruit including grapes are also produced in [...]Continue reading...

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Fruit Picking Hay this town is positioned alongside the Murrumbidgee River, Hay is located 735 kms from Sydney. It is at the intersection of three highways; the Sturt Highway, the Cobb Highway and the Western Highway. With its well renowned flat, open plains, the road to Hay is certainly an eye opener. Fruit Picking Hay. [...]Continue reading...

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