Just a few websites I use/browse a lot that might help you with your trampy travel planning. I'm intending to make this an ever-expanding page, so check back every now and again if you're interested.
http://hitchwiki.org/en/ -for first hand, detailed advice on hitchhiking.
http://hitchhikershandbook.com/- a rapidly expanding blog of personal experiences, advice and guest-posts (including one by me!)
http://hitchtheworld.com/hitchhiking-tips/part-one-hitching-the-ride/ -this guy has been on the road for three years from the USA all the way down through Central and South America- if you can't learn anything from him you're a lost cause... He's now given up hitchhiking in order to canoe up the Amazon for a while.
http://www.reddit.com/r/hitchhiking/ - you don't use Reddit yet?
http://www.roadjunky.com/ -super-cheap travel advice on hitchhiking, destinations and events.
Other trampy links...
http://www.numbeo.com/common/ -The biggest internet database comparing the cost of living between the majority of worldwide countries and cities (sometimes your findings are surprising).
http://www.sleepinginairports.net/- lets you know detailed advice on which airports are the best and worst to stay in overnight. It's worth checking as occasionally some will just throw you out!
https://www.couchsurfing.org/ -Sleeping on random people's sofas for a free night's accommodation. Use your common sense.
http://www.workaway.info/ -a few hours work a day for free accommodation and sometimes food in all sorts of amazing locations. It has a sign-up fee (22 euros for a single person, 29 euros for two), which doesn't seem too bad in the long run.
http://www.volunteersouthamerica.net/ -an irritating format, but interesting free and low-cost volunteer opportunities in South & Central America (avoid the greedy middle-men- nobody should have to pay £3000 to spend two weeks looking after orphans).
http://www.freevolunteering.net/ -similar but world-wide
http://www.wififreespot.com/- places to find free wifi (probably useful to have a look before you go somewhere...)
http://www.instructables.com/ -how to hand-make just about anything (thanks Dan)
TEFL teaching- a good way to make a little extra cash on the road or experience what it's like to actually live somewhere for a while...
http://www.eslcafe.com/ -useful TEFL forum
http://www.reddit.com/r/TEFL/ -reddit can be useful
...and some that I just love.
https://soundcloud.com/demaine/- for beautiful music.
postsecret.com -weekly installments of other people's anonymous secrets. I'm just nosy really.
What am I missing?! Feel free to leave any useful trampy links you've found in the comments below.
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