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[[Hitchhiking]] and [[hospitality exchange]] are perfect matches. Some '''tips for being a welcome guest'''.
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[[Hitchhiking]] and [[finding accommodation|hospitality exchange]] are perfect matches. Some '''tips for being a welcome guest'''.
  
As a [[hitchhiker]] it's a bit harder to plan when you're arriving, especially if you're going a long way. Try to give your hosts a time frame of when you're expecting to arrive and, if possible, send them text messages with updates.
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As a [[hitchhiking|hitchhiker]] it's a bit harder to plan when you're arriving, especially if you're going a long way. Try to give your hosts a time frame of when you're expecting to arrive and, if possible, send them text messages with updates.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Latest revision as of 01:22, 8 October 2011

Hitchhiking and hospitality exchange are perfect matches. Some tips for being a welcome guest.

As a hitchhiker it's a bit harder to plan when you're arriving, especially if you're going a long way. Try to give your hosts a time frame of when you're expecting to arrive and, if possible, send them text messages with updates.

See also

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