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Perpetual Traveler Wade Shepard Interview

Wade Shepard owner and writer for the VagabondJourney.com web site is interviewed . Wade explains his 10 years of perpetual travel, and how much it cost to travel. Wade, wife, and child are presently visiting Dominican Republic on a budget of 22 U.S. Dollars per day.

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Sosua, Dominican Republic --- Thursday, February 25, 2010
By Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com
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This is good interview, Wade explains well how to get started, how much it cost, and how to live as a perpetual traveler.

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Thank you Wade, it is a pleasure to know you, I hope our roads cross many times as we travel around this small planet.

Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com in Sosua, Dominican Republic 2010

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Perpetual Traveler Wade Shepard Interview

Pato

Thanks Andy,

This was a really great to be interviewed by you. Your questions really nailed down the hatches on the parameters of long term travel.

Thanks,

Wade


Gadget

Andy's opinion on Wade's way of doing things, yes this is an interesting idea, and for sure would highlight the good, bad and ugly.

I debate in my head all the time about analyzing other peoples sites:

1. Writing
2. Webmaster Ability
3. Graphics
4. Travel Skills
5. SEO Search Engine Optimization

Funny, we write about Travel Skills or how to travel often, however we are evaluated according to our Graphics and Layout, and our writing skills.

These two things are almost mutually exclusive, a great traveler is not necessarily good at making a web site. I am annoyed when readers evaluate my travel knowledge by talking about Grammar, what does that have to do with it?

I think nothing, zero, a big zip.

I hope to interview some professional travelers soon who do not write or make web sites, often having other forms of making money.

I will talk to Wade, maybe I can give a short discussion, he can comment on my money making aspect, and I can on his, or we can remain friends and avoid this... hehehehe