How I’ve Traveled Around the World for 4 Years Without Going Broke – II

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  1. Michelle says:

    Freelancing can be great, especially when traveling. The income can be so unstable though and fluctuate so much – which definitely stinks.

    Looking forward to Part 3!

  2. Cynthia says:

    So interesting. I didn’t know you got a dog! Would love to hear more on what living and traveling abroad with a dog is like, as am currently considering getting one myself over here, however I’m a bit unsure what I would do with it when making long trips back to the States or month-long trips. Do you take him (her?) with you wherever you travel?

    • Alana Morgan says:

      Yeah…the dog certainly wasn’t my idea, but now I’m in love with her. She does make things more complicated though. Fortunately I have wonderful friends in Chiang Mai who are taking care of her while I’m currently in the U.S. for a little bit but I do need to start figuring out what I’ll do for some upcoming trips once I’m back in Thailand. I do know several people who have dogs in Thailand however and it seems like they all have a small group of friends who are in the same situation so willing to help watch the dog/house sit when need be…we’ll see!

  3. Rony says:

    Nice Tips. I liked it.

  4. Renee says:

    I’m considering moving to Thailand without even visiting first with my current bf (2 yrs). My parents claim it’s probably the most irresponsible decision (parents expected me to get a job work for the rest of my life in the US and get married bla bla bla)… and it’s giving me a bit of a panic attack. I’ve been reading blogs and blogs (well trying to) about people moving there, and I’m so glad I found your blog! You’re a breath of fresh air, so honest. I LOVE the summaries you wrote at the end of your posts. Thank you for being honest. Can’t wait to read more…

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