MxNNZ

MxNNZ

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November 2012

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    Is it safe to travel without booking accommodation in advance?

    Depends how you define yourself. We are all different. And will draw our "safety" line somewhere on the continuum From being a "tourist" to being a "free wondering nomad" . And you have to decide that. There are amazing experiences to experience when one does not know where you are going to rest that night, or be at the next day. That is what we "overland travellers" call "travel". Like "hitch hiking", we see it as "sharing a ride" and going where you are going. But as I said, not everyone feel "safe" where others like me feel very safe. I remember showing packpackers how to hitch hike in many places around this little world. Taken tourist off the main roads into the back streets of shanghi, Georgia, Bangkok, and even back visiting home. Tomorrow 15th August will be the 37th anniversary of me setting out to walk africa on the Trans Africa Walk for Peace Expedition 1979. So choose your own path. Trust your gut feelings. And let the road provide. "The overland traveller goes around the corner to see who there is to meet around the next corner", max. Www.maxneumegentraveller.org almost 3 years ago

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    What is the cheapest way to get around Iceland?

    hitch hike. (the hitch hiker is there so you can do your good deed for the day. max) bicycle, one of the best places to ride, as one can ride around the whole country. so combine them. hitch hike with a bike. (an ultimate way of travel. max. )get a ride in a truck or caravan or trailer, between the places you want to go then you have the bike to explore that area. two individual travellers hired a car together, via the contacts via couchsurfing.org , (discount price) and went mountain climbing in the middle of the night still in daylight. went Reukjavik- to north east peninsular, road 1-tunnel-51-54-mt snaefellsjokull-56-54-back. 4days. then golden triangle extended to the open geothermal area somewhere around selfoss. the person with me then had never been in geothermal area and i was able to let her explore a whole land scape of open mud pools, steam vents,live craters, rainbow colours. that she found far better than the geysir area and all the tourists. and go the the gap, where the east and the west tonic plats meet and have a foot in each world up the very top end of the valley. over 6 years ago