Travel Tips From Samantha Brown

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Samantha Brown has one of those dream jobs we all envy. For the past 10 years, she’s been a host on the Travel Channel, paid to visit the most exciting destinations on earth. She stays at the most interesting hotels, eats at best restaurants and does the most exciting activities around.

Samantha acknowledges that she knows everyone wants her job and it makes her a little nervous — because they’re all getting younger.

Now in her 40s, she explains what it’s like to spend more than 200 days a year on the road and how she and her husband make it work.

Samantha explains how much we can all learn by traveling and meeting people from all walks of life. She also offers her three best tips for people of all ages and all income levels to see the world, at a fraction of the cost.

Samantha also reveals her favorite place in the world to visit; it’s also one of the world’s cheapest destinations. Find out where.

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