About Andy Lee Graham the HoboTraveler.com

Andy Lee Graham started traveling in March of 1998: he has perpetually traveled the planet for 20 years and 107 countries: Founder of HoboTraveler.com

Andy Lee Graham is the longest perpetual traveler on the planet.
(Adhering to 3-Month Rule)

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Andy Lee Graham has traveled perpetually for 20 years and lived in 107 countries, with more to come. Read as he explains the wonders of the planet, writing daily about a life less normal.

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Andy Lee Graham, from Orland, Indiana USA, is Homeless; he does not own a home. He has lived abroad and he continually moves.

Andy Lee Graham (Born October 25, 1955) is an American "Extreme Adventure Traveler," travel writer, and photographer. Graham is CEO of a dot-com company, the location-independent HoboTraveler.com, a travel network of 100 live-abroad expatriate portals. Graham became a perpetual traveler in March, 1998, and has visited 107countries so far.

Welcome Message:

Hello,
I am Andy Lee Graham from Orland, Indiana in the USA. I started travelling in March, 1998, and I live the good life, a life of luxury, on a Hobo Budget. I have now
 travelled perpetually for 18 years and visited 107 countries. I am grateful to the good Gods for allowing me this lifestyle, to live abroad and spend my days walking around looking at our beautiful planet.

I have written over 8000 commentaries about the world on this page.
There are over 20,000 photos.
There are over 3300 videos.

You can learn the truth about the world.
Daily Travel Writings by Andy Graham

Andy Graham Mission for Travel  - Hobotraveler.com Sites

I want to enjoy life, and everything that life offers.

I plan on wandering slowly around the whole world, with no plan on when and where I will be. I will collect topics, ideas, experiences, and friends, that will teach me what is important to travelers.

Always taking the time to enjoy my adventure, I will not allow time to rule, but will change the route or go slower if necessary to enjoy my discoveries.

I will make a "Hobo home on the internet" where all travelers, for free, can find information about traveling anywhere in the world; it will provide a forum for travelers to submit information.

There are many reasons why people travel and I encounter different types of travelers daily, with a big world of differences. HoboTraveler.com and other Hobo sites are your home for travel. I invite you!

This site is not for sale, it is for people to find some Hobo truth.

Thank You,
Your friend

Andy Graham a HoboTraveler.com

I am not "Crazy," I am a World Citizen, Independent of Work Location .

I am an endlessly curious person, and have the self-esteem to handle the world on the world's terms. I do not need a home, car, or daily routine to be happy. I can find reasonably priced places to live at lighting speed because of my travel skills, and live within my means in any city on the planet.

How Did Andy Graham Start to Travel?
I became homeless after a six-week Christmas trip to Acapulco, Mexico. While lying in a hammock I realized I never wanted to go back to my old life. Confused and excited, I returned to the USA, sold all my possessions and took off to visit new friends in other countries. What I didn't know at the time was that travel is an addiction: after six months, I knew I was hooked, and after two years, it was hopeless. 14 years later, I am still perpetually wandering the planet.

How Does Andy Lee Graham Earn Money?
1. Google Adsense
2. Travel Consulting
3. Book sales
4. Trades
5. Investing in Teak in Togo, West Africa
6. Amazon.com Travel Gear Sales --33,000 Gross Sales 2015

Current Activities
I travel the world 365 days per year, "Chronicling the real world" with photos, videos and daily missives about my journey on my Free Daily Travel Blog:
https://www.hobotraveler.com/blogger.html

I write free travel reports, stories, photos, videos, and travel tips for readers, explaining the geopolitical and cultural differences of countries from the eyes of an Indiana Farm Boy. I funds my travel by revenue from Google Adsense.

Through HoboTraveler.com, I have Travel Blogged 8000 times, written 211 Newsletters, and uploaded over 20,000 photos and 2800 videos to the Internet.

I am homeless, but I have made a "Hobo Home on the Road," and live a "Life Less Normal," one of the few perpetual travelers on Planet Earth. Many people go live in other countries; however, few earn enough money to continuously travel. My rule is: "If you stay in one city longer than three months, you live there, you have stopped traveling."

Mass Grave

Extreme Adventure Travel Destinations visited by Andy Lee Graham
An extreme adventure travel destination is a location where the person could be killed; they do not conduct tours, the traveler goes alone.

2003 Iraq War, Mass Grave - Two months after end of heavy war.

2004 Rhinos Chitwan in Nepal Chasing Rhinos from Top of Elephants.

2006 Niger Famine Malnutrition Feeding Center with Children dying

2006 East Timor Civil War - Australia Soldiers

2009 Uncontacted Tribes Breu, Peru

2010 Haiti, Cite Soleil two weeks before Earthquake

2011 Cote d'Ivoire Election War

2006 Bantul, Indonesia Earthquake

2006 Coca, Ecuador River Canoe Trip to Iquitos, Peru after Border Opened

"Wanted: Tour Company Sponsors for Andy Lee Graham...Anywhere!."
(Afghanistan, Somalia, Darien Gap, etc.)
- Cost is Airfare plus 25 USD per day: Call USA *1-260-624-4414

Background of Andy Lee Graham
Graham was born in Angola, Indiana. He studied Philosophy, and Psychology at Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana. Graham is fluent in Spanish and French. Graham is a Licensed Real Estate Broker and Licensed Real Estate Instructor. Graham was a Real Estate Broker for 14 years in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and has purchased over 60 pieces of real property. Graham is licensed to teach Real Estate in the State of Indiana.

HOBOTRAVELER.COM is a Budget Travel Website, with Andy Graham:
Awards and Accolades
Top 10 Travel Blogs, National Geographic Adventure TV
About.com Backpacker Blogs - Student Travel Blogroll
New York Times, Joe Sharkey
Forbes.com, Top 5 Travel Blogs
Guardian Newspaper United Kingdom
Frommers Budget Travel Top Travel Blog
Contrariantraveler.com Best Travel Blogs
- PLUS maybe another 100 other locations as "Top Travel Blog."
New York Times' Joe Sharkey says to watch the Hobotraveler.com blog, as does the London's Guardian Newspaper Blog Watch.
Featured on Yahoo Travel New Daily.

Philanthropy and Projects
- Malnutrition project in Niger and Benin, West Africa to dump vegetable seeds on village markets.

Why Andy Lee Graham is an "Expert Traveler."
1. He has only been robbed twice in 14 years, and only for petty things. The first time was by an Italian man on the ferry from Koh Samui to the mainland; the man saw Andy Graham put 40 USD in the top of a bag, and he stole it. The second time, he was pickpocketed on the subway in Madrid; the man got his USA passport and nothing else. If you poll long-term travelers you will find they have had many things stolen.

2. Andy Graham has never had a knife or gun pulled on him; even though he has been to some of the most dangerous locations on the planet, his situational awareness is so keen, he has never been affronted with a knife or gun.
(Well, close - someone robbed me with a broken bottle in 2011 in Luperon, Dominican Republic.)

3. Andy Graham has lived in 800-1400 Hotel rooms, and can always find a 10 USD room in any country.

HoboHideOut.com

HoboHideOut.com is a new Hotel site, recently launched with rooms in 6.5 million cities. 

Major Pages on Site of Note: -- These are special.
Mobile Office
Around the World Airfare
Adventure Travel

 Check out Hobo Gear by Andy Lee Graham.. HOBOGEAR for TRAVEL 

HoboTraveler.com 10 pack of Sew-In Secret Pockets    Passport Size Beige 

HoboTraveler.com 10 pack of Sew-In Secret Pockets Passport Size Beige (CLICK ME)

  • Imported; Material Used: 75% Polyester 25% Cotton
  • Garment Care: Cold Water and Line Dry
  • Buyer Needs to Sew Into Clothing ; Just a little bigger than USA Passport
  • Travelers, Truckers, Urban Dwellers, Dangerous Lifestyle.
  • Pickpockets cannot find your money, wallet. Stop losing keys, smartphones, coins, they do not fall out lying on couch.
HoboTraveler.com Travel Shower and Toilet Bag for Hotels Hostels by Andy Lee Graham

HoboTraveler.com Backpacker Packable and Portable Organizer Using Hangers (CLICK ME)

  • 4 Levels of Pockets, With Buttons to Hold Shut
  • Machine @ashable.
  • White color safe for all clothing.
  • Use Normal Hanger to
  • Rolls up Like a Sleeping Bag
HoboTraveler.com Zipper Secret Pockets for Money Ready to Sew into Clothing (10 Pack)

HoboTraveler.com Zipper Secret Pockets for Money Ready to Sew into Clothing (10 Pack) (CLICK ME) 

  • Stop pickpockets and muggers. Stop accidental falling out of pockets.
  • Machine washable. Can be Sew in by Hand in 10 Minutes
  • White color safe for all clothing. Great for Truck Drivers / American Ghettos
  • Ready to sew into any pants - Warning May Be Large for Small People
  • Hide Iphone, Android Inside. Passports, Tickets, Money.
HoboTraveler.com Travel Shower and Toilet Bag for Hotels Hostels by Andy Lee GrahamHoboTraveler.com Travel Shower and Toilet Bag for Hotels Hostels by Andy Lee Graham

HoboTraveler.com 10 pack of Sew-In Secret Pockets Passport Size Beige (CLICK ME)

  • Pro Packing, Unpacking in Seconds, Everything Organized.
  • Never Put Toothbrush on Shared Sink Again, Better Hygene
  • Quick Access Pockets on Front to Hold Toothbrush, Razor, Hairbrush
  • Loop On Bottom to Hold a Towel, Quick Dry Scrub Net, Wash Rag
  • Plastic Rings to Hold Rolls of Toilet Paper, Rings, Ear Rings

FOR MORE HOBOTRAVELER GEAR..

Gadget

I will make a video about missing people.


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