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No not '0' but a little bit can help you..
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Umm yea! for that you have to sleep early! 😂
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Yeah sure if you can walk
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You can travel with less money but no with 'no' money.
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It's like asking can you invest in shares without money. Clearly that's a case when you're willing to make a carrier out of travelling,when you're passionate about travelling i understand that you wanna be paid for what you love. But initially you have to put investment of hours and little money by setting up your blog and creating a good content and believe me that's going to be worth it of you have patience. Just like Rome wasn't built in one day your blog can't either it takes consistency. On Tripoto you will get credits which will be redeemed,so in place of money you're using currency of tripoto it's like travelling for free if you earn it enough.
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No as initially you will require some money for travel..rest depend on place and your talent
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Nope. You can still do it with less money.
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I have never
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Yes you can.
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Not possible.
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I think you really need money to travel. It may not be a very large amount, but you should have enough for housing, food and transportation. When I really want to travel and I don't have money, I look for where to get it or contacting a company https://compacom.com/
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I think it's not exactly happened. Because I'm very interested into travel in Europe country as UK, Finland, Switzerland, etc. So that will be some cost. For example if I plan to travel England, exactly there is some cost to my main expenses. Carlisle is my favorite place to visit. It has most attractive place to enjoy. https://travellifo.com/15-best-things-to-do-in-carlisle-cumbria-england/ The single city in Cumbria, Carlisle, was established as a Roman colony along Hadrian's Wall, the Roman Empire's northernmost frontier, in the second century. The world's biggest Roman artifact is that enormous fortress, and Carlisle is close to forts and lengthy parts of the wall. This border city between England and Scotland had a number of ownership changes during the Middle Ages.
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