People often associate a high price tag with traveling. I think they often take the typical cost of a weeklong vacation and use that as a basis as what it might cost to travel full time. When you add in airfare, hotel costs, parking, car rental, dining out, going to attractions, pet sitters and more – yes, indeed, a typical American 1 week vacation adds up and would be quite unaffordable for most on a long term basis. Even if you shop for sales and bargains, many folks save up for months, or even years, to manage a single memorable week-long trip.
Things get especially expensive when you consider that you still need to keep paying your normal living costs as well – your rent/mortgage, utilities, debt payments, etc.
Some choices to consider for full time traveling include:
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