Traffic Victory Review

Traffic Victory Review In this Traffic Victory Review I will show you how you can get affiliate commissions coming in on a daily basis with this free traffic method Traffic Victory, a product by Marc Gray and launched with Stefan Ciancio and Greg Kononenko, is a course on getting free traffic to your affiliate review […]

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Is affiliate marketing dead in 2017? (or can you still make it work?)

Affiliate marketing is sooo 2007, right? I mean, back then you’d throw some ads up on Google Adwords, keyword “how to lose weight fast” and you could directly link to the sales page of any diet pill or weight loss eBook.   Easy money.   But that’s the thing with easy money, it comes and […]

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How to eat low-carb in Thailand (or not?) – The story of my diet

Help I’m fat! The year was 2011, I was 23 years old and I was in a store, buying clothing. While looking at myself in the mirror of the fitting room, it came to me, for the first time ever. “I am fat”. Now, don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t obese by any measure, but […]

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Why I Don’t Follow The News

“Don’t you care about what happens to the world?” Is a commonly heard reaction when I tell people that I don’t follow the news. So, here are my three reasons. Reason 1: It takes time and mental energy I’d rather use on myself. Whenever you read or watch news, you are spending time and energy. […]

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Vietnam by Motorbike part 7 – The Far North (+My Unsalted Opinion Of Sapa!)

Now it was just me and Alex and we set out to explore the far north of Vietnam, where few tourists venture. Our plan was to go straight up towards the Chinese border and circle westwards and eventually south, back down to Hanoi. The first destination, Ba Be National Park, was a real treasure. The […]

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How To Get A Thai Motorbike Driver’s License On A Tourist Visa Without A License From Your Home Country

So, I went through this whole process and found there’s so much conflicting, inaccurate or incomplete information about this on the internet, I figured I’d write a blog post. Hopefully it will dispel some confusion and help someone else out, who wants to go through the same process. The process is rather long and arduous, […]

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Vietnam by Motorbike part 6 – Rain & Limestone (Vinh, Ninh Binh, Cat Ba)

Since the distance from Phong Nha to our next destination, Ninh Binh, was to far to travel in one day, we decided to make a stop in Vinh. Vinh is quite a big city, but not at all a destination usually visited by tourists. Which always makes of the most interesting experiences. We ended up […]

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Vietnam by Motorbike part 5 – Making New Friends (Hué, Phong Nha)

After the great drive over the Hai Van Pass and through rice fields, I arrived in Hué. This time, having chosen a hostel near the busy tourist district of town, it was easy to meet some fellow travelers and explore the city together. The city offered some nice choices for food and a bustling nightlife, […]

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Vietnam by Motorbike part 4 – Meeting Old Friends (Hoi An, Da Nang)

Hoi An would be the first place where I’d meet another friend from Chiang Mai, Jack, from Poland. Although he was there for only one night, we had a good time drinking and playing games with fellow travelers at his hostel. The town itself was a huge change from the places I’d visited the days […]

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Vietnam by Motorbike part 3 – The Lone Journey (Buon Ma Thuot & Kon Tum)

It’s been awhile since I’ve last written a new blog post about my journey through Vietnam by motorbike. But it’s for good reason: I’m enjoying it so much, I’ve hardly taken any time to sit down and write! After I left Nha Trang and said goodbye to my friends there, I left the coastal area […]

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