Hi everyone. This is Tommo & Megsy.
We have one simple mission for the Travel Freedom Podcast:
BUT, why are we qualified to talk about travel and online business?
Because, between the two of us we travel, and have traveled to over 80 countries around the globe and to every continent (including Antarctica!). This number is set to rise, possibly indefinitely (Maybe we’ll make it to Mars one day)
Megsy is a former travel agent, so knows the travel industry from an insider perspective.
We have setup multiple blogs in the last 3 years. Carefully studied many techniques for making money online and are now earning enough to sustain our travel freedom lifestyle.
We are not making 6 figures yet, but we’ll be working at it until we do. Follow our journey on the way up and learn from our mistakes and successes.
If you’d like more info on how it’s done, join our Travel Freedom newsletter, and we’ll show you how to Discover Travel Freedom for yourself.
We believe everyone can & should travel more. In our Blog & Podcast we reveal how we travel well for way less than you’d expect and how to build an online income to support travelling as much as you want.
It’s time to just get out and experience what the world has to offer. We’ve had our fair share of experiences, maybe some of these you’d want to go out and do yourself:
Random bullet points about Tommo & Megsy
Some of our crazy shit we have done in those 80+ countries
- Danced on the back of a moving truck while being sprayed by a fire hose at the Thingyan water festival on the streets of Yangon, Burma.
- Stayed with a nomadic family in Mongolia while crossing the country overland from east to west and broke down in the Gobi desert.
- Stayed a week in a 16th century French chateau for free – through Housesitting
- Tommo kissed a crocodile, on the lips, and has the photos to prove it – sign up to our email list for that one
- Swam with whale sharks in the Philippines
- Had birthday drinks with an Angolan diplomat in Portugal
- Got covered in colour at the Holi festival in india.
- Lived in the french alps for a month and only spent $546 USD (for both of us!)
- Trained Elephants and joined them for a mud bath in Thailand
- Lived in a volcanic spa in South Korea
- Learned how to make real italian pizza and gelato in Florence, Italy
- Went camping at Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia
- Danced on tables at a greek taverna in Athens, Greece at 6pm in the afternoon on a Sunday – because that’s how it’s done.
Our travel stats/highlights
- Both been independent travelling / Backpacking since 2006
- We met in Denmark in 2010 and have been travelling together ever since.
- We have been to over 80 countries.
- Megsy had been to all 7 continents, including Antarctica. And visited both arctic circles in the same year (2009)
- Tracked every dollar of our budget from April 2013 to April 2015 – we traveled on $22 USD per person, per day – not including Insurance. We even recorded a podcast featuring all the details.
- Now we fund our full time travel freedom lifestyle through our travel blog & Podcast and teach others how to discover travel freedom for themselves.
Advertising & PR
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Originally from the UK, I caught the travel bug in 2006 and since then spent my time seeking out ways to get paid whilst travelling.
The simplest starting point was to have a job that incorporates travel. I’m a musician, its a flexible career that lets any one motivated enough, to find or create international opportunities. From living in the french alps to working on a cruise ship and many travel and backpacking trips in between, I have come to realise that you can see a lot of the world and get paid to do it, but like any full-time job, work always comes first and you often miss out on the freedom of independent travel…
Over the years I have been honing my skills to become the “ultimate budgeteer”. The past has brought about an insatiable wanderlust that can only be satisfied by bigger and better travel experiences.
The future holds so many possibilities, and this blog is all about the culmination of everything we have learned about traveling being taken forward into perpetual TRAVEL FREEDOM. Join us as we embark on a journey into the unknown and we bring back stories and advice from all the destinations we’ll be visiting.
|I’m the One on the right…|
Deciding in 2006 to head overseas, none of my friends seemed interested in joining me so I headed off by myself…..well sort of, I was on a Geckos tour for a large portion of the trip but it was a start!
Travelling through Vietnam and Cambodia I realized that the thing I love most about travel is the people and their stories, wether they happen to be locals or fellow travellers, everyone had a good yarn to tell and was willing to take the time to sit down with a stranger and tell it.
I started work on Cruise Ships in 2008 and was lucky enough to get to see most of the world though my 2 and a half years at sea. My guilty pleasure is telling people I’ve been in both arctic circles in the same year!
In 2010 I met a boy who it turns out has a love of travel just like me, and not just the everyday travel but the urge to go to places that no one you or I know has ever been to or even heard of. Tom and I never want to stop travelling. It’s about constantly seeking out the next adventure and making sure that when you get there you make it worthwhile meeting awesome people, have an amazing time and when you’re old and grey you have a great story to tell!!!
Read about why I’m a traveller who hates travelling