Graham Hughes, the first person to visit every country in the world without flying offers his expert advice on how to travel the world on a shoestring. When asked how can I afford to travel so much, I feel like retorting with: how can you afford your rent? To keep a dog? To have children? To smoke? When I travel, I have no rent to pay, no dog to feed, no kids to look after or cigarette companies to support, so 100% of the money I have can go on travel. Keeping to a budget of $15 a day is fairly easy if you're CouchSurfing (free), eating street food ($2 a meal) and travelling on the chicken bus ($10 per 100 miles). That's just $5500 a year -- less than a typical British cigarette smoker will spend on ciggies over the same period and much, much less than the rent on a flat in London or the cost of bringing up children. "The toughest part of travel is deciding to go." Travel isn't a question of being loaded, it's a question of priorities. Obviously if you want comfort and security, stay at home, work hard and maybe go on a cruise when you're 67 years old. If you're lucky enough to live that long. But if you want to see the world NOW, while you're young, rush headlong into the thrill and vigour of the unknown, wake up every day in a new place with new challenges and new friends, then the world is your dancefloor -- all you have to do is make the decision to GET OUT THERE and strut your funky stuff. To read about my Guinness World Record Breaking journey to every country in the world without flying visit htttp://www.theodysseyexpedition.com or you can watch the BBC documentary about my travels here: www.youtube.com/show/theodysseylonelyplanet (UK Only) Filmed on location in Sorong, West Papua and various places on Planet Earth.