Thanks for visiting this page, as I know it means that you might be interested in lending a hand! Of course you are!
Well, here’s what I have in mind.
If I am able to raise just a little extra money through this website, I will be in a position to do three things:
- Give some money to respected organizations in some of the countries I visit
- Keep this website as well-maintained as possible (it takes a significant amount of work and time to do this)
- Secure my release in the event that I am ever taken hostage or kidnapped (again)
THREE WAYS TO HELP OUT
#1. Links to Useful Products/Services: At the bottom of this page you’ll find a list of useful links to such online retailers as Amazon.com. If you visit these sites using these links, a small commission from your purchases will be added to my Wander Fund. You won’t be charged anything extra, but a little money is sent my way.
#2. A Few Dollars: If you’re interested, you can send me a small amount of money (or any amount for that matter) and I’ll be sure to put that money to good use. Even a tiny amount can go a long way with helping me achieve the goals I mentioned above!
#3. Travel Resources: Head over to my Travel Resources page and purchase one of the useful guides on offer. If you’re interested in any form of travel or even travel blogging, you’re bound to find a valuable resource on this page.
Every time money is collected through this site, you can be sure that I will inform everyone about where it went and exactly what that money was used for.
Your support is always deeply appreciated!
Here are those links I mentioned above…
Amazon.com – It’s the #1 online retailer…so don’t forget to click on this link the next time you’re about to shop for anything!
Travel insurance from WorldNomads.com – You can buy, extend and claim online even after you’ve left home. Recommended by Lonely Planet, World Nomads travel insurance is available to people from over 150 countries and is designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and activities such as skiing and snowboarding.
Bluehost – I use Bluehost as the server for many of my websites – it’s cheap (no more than $6.95/month), reliable, user-friendly and their customer service is unreal (average response time of less than 10 minutes to questions I’ve emailed them).
Affilorama – This New Zealand operation offers one of the most comprehensive resources for anyone interested in earning money on the internet. There is an overwhelming amount of information to learn from – videos, tutorials, articles, interviews and constant updates.