How to Travel The World for Free
This is the unbelievable attempt of award-winning comedian Michael Wigge to travel 25,000 miles from Europe to Antarctica, without any money. On his journey he immerses himself into fascinating subcultures, sleeps on the street with homeless people and nourishes himself with flowers. With the help of over 100 people Wigge manages to get free food, free accommodation and free transportation for his 150 days across 4 continents and 11 countries. This unusual travel diary combines adventure with humorous situations and insightful interviews on people's relationship with money.
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