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  1. The Two Most Important Things to Know Before Traveling to Japan | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] in a university for 6 months. To get there, my idea was to avoid paying for the flight by using American Airlines miles. It’s a bargain; for 25,000 miles, I could fly from the United States to Korea and save about US$ […]

  2. Voe de Graça. Os Melhores Cartões de Crédito para Milhas | A Arte de Mochilar & Aventuras para Sair da Zona de Conforto

    […] Unidos. Então, se você tem um SSN, provavelmente você fala Inglês e deve ler a versão inglesa aqui ou simplesmente clicar na bandeira Americana ao […]

  3. An 8 Month Backpacking Trip in Numbers | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] this should give you a rough estimate. Since I got my flight to Europe for (almost) free thanks to these credit cards, my total was a lot lower than it might have been otherwise. Plus, as mentioned above, I received […]

  4. An 8 Month Backpacking Trip in Numbers | A Arte de Mochilar & Aventuras para Sair da Zona de Conforto

    […] Como eu consegui o meu voo para a Europa (quase) gratuitamente, graças a milhas e bônus desses cartões de crédito, o meu gasto total foi muito menor do que poderia ter sido de outra forma. Além disso, como […]

  5. How to get from Guarulhos Airport (São Paulo’s international) to Paulista Avenue with any budget | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] that you can pay with a credit card […]

  6. How I Save Money to Travel So Much | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] costs to travel aside from the flight (although, I’ve found to way to make sure that I usually fly for free, plus 16 tips to save while buying your tickets). Of course, this does depend on your traveling […]

  7. 4 Things you Should Know before Going to Taiwan & Map to Mukumugi | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] the markets or frequenting small, family-owned establishments, but we ended up barely touching our credit cards (with the exception of purchasing train tickets) for the entire […]

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