Travel Hacking 101: How To Travel Longer for Less.

The Smithsonian Associates, Art of Living Series from The Not Old Better Show

HoneyTrek, December 8, Smithsonian Associates: Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden Marion & Gustave Ring Auditorium 7th St & Independence Ave SW Metro: L’Enfant Plaza.

Tickets @ smithsoniassociates.org

Mike & Anne Howard, Machu Picchu ©2016 @honeytrek

As part of our Smithsonian Associates, Art Of Living series, we are joined today by Mike and Anne Howard, of @honeytrek HoneyTrek.com

After a decade working nine-to-five, Mike and Anne Howard decided that life is short and their bucket list was long . . . so they quit their jobs, rented out their apartment, and embarked on a trip around the world. Five years later, they are still at it — traveling across seven continents and more than 50 countries.

In a conversation rich with resources, the Howards — founders of the travel website HoneyTrek.com share practical tips and industry trends illustrating how you can travel well for significantly less. The couple describe a more immersive and creative way to travel — where saving money is but one of the pleasurable benefits, but meeting the wonderful local people along the way is almost more meaningful.

Mike & Anne Howard, WWOOFing in Japan (see WWOOF below) Mike & Anne Howard ©2016 @honeytrek

From frequent flyer tickets to free lodging, no-cost volunteering (more on WWOOF Here…and photos below), and hidden-gem destinations, they point out ways you can transfer from the “tourist track” and move out as a globetrotter — on any budget.

Mike & Anne Howard, WWOOFing in Japan Mike & Anne Howard ©2016 @honeytrek

For more from Mike and Anne, and HoneyTrek HoneyTrek, and Travel Hacking, check out their presentation, December 8, 2016, Smithsonian Associates. Tickets and more details HERE. https://smithsonianassociates.org/ticketing/

Enjoy.

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