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Interesting suggestions. I would travel locally with friends to cut expenses.

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Another great way to have a cheap travel is to swap a room. Some website offer a free room in exchange for a swap with your room


Maybe its cheaper if we make a plan to have a holiday trip with our friends. More people means more discounts


I think the easiest way is to find some cheap price line in google, and then we can browse a cheap hotel deals.

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Backcountry camping in America's national parks is usually free. Sure beats paying $100+/night for a hotel room and it's a lot more fun! is also a great resource. I sometimes find that the less money you spend on a trip, the more rewarding it can be.

Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

We engage in alot of local travel. Think "Blue Highways". There are so many adventures to be had close to home. I am on the search to find the perfect piece of pie and the Farmer is attempting to play the rural, unknown golf courses. One of our forays took us to nearby Hannibal, Missouri where we immersed ourselves in everything Twain, including a tour of Tom Sawyer's cave guided by a young man who was armed with a 1,000 corny jokes.

Remember, your local haunts are exotic locales to someone from the other side of the globe. Or at least, that's what my readers assure me.

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

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