This revolutionary new travel book shows everyone how to travel forever on $20 a day including food, gas and lodging. Author Jason Odom and his wife, Kelly, have traveled 700,000 miles in 19 years enjoying the sumptuous beauty of pristine national parks and the exciting nightlife of big cities like San Francisco and Las Vegas.
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Vanabode shows you how to earn a living working in some of the most exciting places in the United States, like national parks and state recreational areas (if you need income); how to sleep safely and comfortably in your own bed every night; how to eat better than you ever have; how to cook for free without electricity, fire or fuel; how to get rid of all our current debt and regain your freedom; and most importantly - how you can do it forever if you want, starting now!
Do you want to travel for 3 months? How about 3 years? Vanabode shows you how, down to the tiniest detail, and you do not need to make any expensive purchases to make it happen.
Vanabode shows you how to safely travel anywhere in the United States, sleep in your own luxurious, clean bed every night, have a hot bath every day, eat fresh delicious meals, and experience incredible adventures for $20 a day (food, lodging, and transportation). You will never feel neglected, bored or uncomfortable. You will sleep better than you ever have, reclaim your time to relax or pursue your favorite hobby, eat healthier, and travel to new exciting destinations of your choosing; for as long as you like.
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Arrogant and quite nearly useless
Perhaps if the author didn't refer to people who didn't do things his way as idiots? Or maybe if the narrator didn't sound like his way was the only way, and anyone who was listening was obviously dumber than him? Most of the information was for me, quite obvious. Though I kept listening hoping there would be something new. I'm sure there is plenty that is worthwhile on the website that is incessantly being advertised in the book.
The China Study
Monotonous, and arrogant. Every sentence ended with a kind of sneering feeling of "don't you get it dumbass?"
I would slash it to bits. Maybe just leave in the poetry, and even that was horrible when read with the monotone arrogance of this voice.
No I think I have said enough, and spent more than enough time on this. Maybe it's worth pointing out that this is the FIRST ever review I have actually taken the time to write.
- M. Gold
Can't stop talking about it