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I am looking to be able to live and survive on the road, with as little as possible, but am willing to pay for more high end quality. Would also like to know about day jobs and communities out there that may travel in groups or meet in different areas from time to time. I hear it is getting a little easier like doing it in Europe but a little more expensive since we are not set up as well for it as they have been. Thanks for any help or suggestion. :)

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    I'm assuming this is your original question?

    Where exactly did you have in mind to cycle? Do you have ny hospitality skills? Small business are less likely to employ you on short term jobs (as in a week at a time) because it would take a lot to train you up etc, but if you're staying around longer in one place (ie a month or more) then cafes and bars? Or perhaps you could consider fruit picking, grape harvesting etc during the season.

    Perhaps you are better joining a cycling forum that would be able to address your questions specifically.

    I know when we decided to do a major road trip around Africa, we joined the 4WD forums. over 8 years ago

    Answered by LisaF via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    You might want to connect with this family who are travelling the world on their bikes: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/ over 7 years ago

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