Episode 25 – Travel Hacking 101 with Kamelia Britton

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Today I chat with my friend and fellow travel blogger, Kamelia Britton. Kamelia is the founder and owner of The Hackerette. A travel blog created to inspire and to teach others to travel the world on a budget that’s affordable. And she does this by sharing her stories and her tips on travel hacking. A skill that she’s honed throughout her own travels, allowing her to visit multiple places at unbelievable prices.

This was a conversation that I was really looking forward to because Kamelia and I share a few things in common. We’re both small-town kids, and we both went to the same place for our first major travel experience… San Diego, California. Though we both went there for different reasons. She sought out a career as a nurse, and I joined the Marine Corps.

In this episode, Kamelia talks about her move to San Diego and her early international travel experiences. Which include backpacking through Europe, venturing around Southeast Asia, and living in Australia for months at a time. Discussing the highlights as well as some of the challenges that she faced along the way. She also shares some of her insight on travel hacking. Telling about how she traveled to multiple countries for $325, and how she stayed in a $1,500 a night bungalow for free! This was a conversation that I really enjoyed and got a tremendous amount of value from, and I know you all will too!

Connect with Kamelia

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Also, check out some of her most popular articles:

The Beginner’s Guide to Solo Female Travel: 13 Tips to Stay Safe and Have Fun
4 Easy Ways to Save Money For Travel
The Power of Negotiation: 3 Easy Steps to Hacking Airbnb

Lastly, Kamelia is offering a special discount for listeners of The All-Around Adventure Podcast at her Travel Hacks Academy! Enter coupon code ADVENTURE at checkout and receive 30% off the cost of enrollment! A very generous offer, so sign up today!


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